Scariest nightmare you've ever had?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Sub-Human, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. Serge 13

    Serge 13 Testament to the ghoul lifespan
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    Jul 20, 2006
    Funny, last night I had a dream about you. You called me to come over to your place. I have no idea how that supposed to make any kind of sense since I live in Tehran and you're -if memory serves right- living in Ghent. Anyway, I made my way to your place and as soon as I arrived I had to witness a scene that was simply too disturbing, even for words to describe, so proceed with caution people:

    You were completely naked and your skin had turned brown(sunbathing?). Your balls were still intact but your dick was missing. Instead of a dick you had a weird hole that seemed to be a perfect fit for the midgets cock that was penetrating you. Another midget had his tallywhacker inside your mouth and I should note that his tallywhacker was quite thin compared to the other midget that was penetrating you. I woke with a sudden urge to puke.
     
  2. Sub-Human

    Sub-Human -

    May 31, 2011
    Right... :clap:
     
  3. Surf Solar

    Surf Solar So Old I'm Losing Radiation Signs

    Aug 20, 2009
    A few days ago, I dreamt about touching some some usual banal and boring stuff, when suddenly some kind of strange sphere appeared in the dream from one moment to the other and immedieately all hell broke loose. It's quite a bit hard to describe and also may not sound very "scary" or creepy, but I woke up screaming and thought I'll go insane. :D When this strange sphere appeared, I didn't even really notice it, after seconds suddenly I heard the loudest noise I can imagine and everything around me turned and turned faster and faster, I saw planets, then stars, then galaxies during that, while it turned faster and faster. Then, in the last moment it was as if the entire universe would be turning fast like a wheel and I woke up. This whole "turning sequence" wasn't longer than 3-4 seconds but it felt fucking scary for me.. When I regained my thoughts after being awake, it felt like I was a protagonist in a Lovecraft novel (you know, those who for some odd reason come into contact with the Ancient ones) or that I for some reason accidently made the entire universe spin round and round. :D

    God now that I read that it sounds ridicolous but I really was scared..
     
  4. Sub-Human

    Sub-Human -

    May 31, 2011
    Yah, I think you dreamt of a black hole.

    And I understand your fear, if it's something unusual it's nearly always scary.
     
  5. The Dutch Ghost

    The Dutch Ghost Grouchy old man of NMA Moderator

    Jan 11, 2004
    Actually I had a couple of such dreams, and they did give me inspiration for ideas and stories.
     
  6. Atomkilla

    Atomkilla Alpharius oTO Orderite

    Dec 26, 2010
    Me too. In fact, in the last 2 weeks or so, dreams of this type came more often than usual.

    That's a pretty 'epic' dream, a powerful one definitely. Such dreams are rare, though. I rarely dream of cosmic things. But when I do, it is often in a way that I'm standing on some height, if you can say so of cosmos, a vantage point in a sense, and there is this amazing cosmic panorama before me. Pretty cool.




    All right, here's something more.
    As you might have read in one of my previous posts in this thread, I've recently had the pleasure of finishing a great body of H. P. Lovecraft's works (thank you, Surf Solar, for reminding me of this), and I was a bit struck by the way he imagined his Dreamlands.

    What struck me most is that Lovecraft apparently made Dreamlands from his dreams, so to speak, that majority of those things he actually had dreams of, and that they're not simply made up. Thing is that the Dreamlands are a mapped land, like many imaginary world's in fantasy and sci-fi works etc.
    So what struck me is that our mind, a mind of every person, creates their own "dreamland", a place which it occasionally visits. And this is not random talk, it is somewhat factual, if you can say that for something one's imaginative mind creates.

    So I gave it a little thought, while lying awake in my bed during the night. Apparently, while I'm in that state, I can recall my dreams better that in any other situation, as opposed to, say, mornings, when I don't remember a thing about what I've had in my head minutes ago.

    Anyway, I realized that I do, in fact, have my own "dreamland", a place which I often visit in my dreams. Not that often, actually, maybe twice a month (I plan to start making a record of this).
    My dreamland is actually a distorted, perverted version of my hometown, to say at least. It is essentially a mixture of various towns, cities, villages I've visited, and random locations I've seen on many photographs and in motion pictures. This "town" has a consistency to it, which is the most amazing thing. Locations hardly ever change their places, it's just that new places, buildings, neighborhoods are added to previous ones, expanding an already vast, imaginary area, which is definitely far greater than my hometown.
    I can almost clearly recall this city from my head, as if it is a real one. Furthermore, I'm pretty sure that many places from my childhood - places which exist no more - are present in my dream, and are some of the most essential elements of this imaginary city.

    I'm actually planning on making a diverse map of this place, as far as it is possible, whilst trying not to make my "waking" imagination fill all the blanks and blind spots.


    So, has anyone made a discovery of this sort (it is great discovery for me, to be honest), or was aware of such things a long time ago?
     
  7. Moe Canibo

    Moe Canibo It Wandered In From the Wastes

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    Jan 1, 2012
    ...too bad Pelagius suffered night terrors from a young age.
     
  8. aboniks

    aboniks Still Mildly Glowing

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    Jan 17, 2012
    Pelagius the Mad, or Pelagius the Heretic?
     
  9. Moe Canibo

    Moe Canibo It Wandered In From the Wastes

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    Jan 1, 2012
    This poor fella.

     
  10. aboniks

    aboniks Still Mildly Glowing

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    Jan 17, 2012
    If I had a stone uterus, I'd probably suffer from night terrors too.
     
  11. Gonzalez

    Gonzalez Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    Aug 21, 2004
    Skyrim reference.

    You know, I just remembered a nightmare I had when I was about 5/6 years old. I don't know if it was the first nightmare I ever have but it is the first one I have memory on. Details are sketchy, like it think Batman and Robin where in it? Weird.

    Anyway, I remember either Batman, or someone dressed like him sitting on a swing. Either the sun or the moon was going to appear in the horizon soon, or some sort of ball of light was going to appear, maybe even a spotlight. And when that happened the person on the swing, and myself too if I didn't hide, were going to die. So I was trying to convince this person to come with me and hide, but the batman like person would just sit there looking at the horizon. I felt the other person was going to die and I couldn't do anything to save them. Then the ball of light appear and I remmeber nothing but pure terror. But sensing the thing was comming and fearing what would happen when it did was also terrifying as well.
     
  12. TorontoReign

    TorontoReign Abalutza oTO Staff Member Moderator Orderite

    Apr 1, 2005
    I have similar experiences. Usually I can gain full control of my dreams about 40 % of the time. I remember walking out my front door and super jumping about a mile away, landing in someones swimming pool, and then losing consciousness. I only have full control for a limited amount of time then i go into "dream mode", and I vaguely recall some of it later.

    I often go to places around town like my Dad's old shop (My Dad passed away), nearby towns, and strange locations that are slightly different than real life. Sometimes you may see strange beings, or regular people, the color may be wildly distorted, and things are generally weird as fuck. Dreams are amazing things. I used to practice Astral Projection, but I had some bad experiences with that, so now I stick to lucid dreams.
     
  13. Gonzalez

    Gonzalez Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    Aug 21, 2004
    Bad experiences? How? I'm always curious about the "paranormal" if anything at least in an analytic way. Those things that cannot be explained by "conventional" means and the such.

    Sometimes I think I'll end up being like Mulder once in the federal police :P
     
  14. TorontoReign

    TorontoReign Abalutza oTO Staff Member Moderator Orderite

    Apr 1, 2005
    I became obsessed with it, and started to encounter very bad entities. They were pretty scary. I became more focused on the dream world than the real world. I almost became a "space cadet"....A very dangerous path to take.
     
  15. Gonzalez

    Gonzalez Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    Aug 21, 2004
    Paranormal or not, obsessions, especially with that sort of things, can be very dangerous. In fact they can take us to endanger our lives even, it happened before.

    The lucid dream is usually a lot more controllable and safe, since it has a more factual approach. You are in control, you know it's a dream and it's rather harmless.

    Still, always curious to hear stories and experiences about that kind of thing.

    EDIT: Has anyone ever experiences sleep paralysis? I had from time ti time and sometimes I still do. It's rather horrible, you know you are conscious that you are sleeping (not necessarily dreaming) but still can't wake up, open your eyes or move. And even if you do see things I have found that is not with your eyes, sometimes you can perceive the environment but mostly i do by hearing and what I see is rather what my brain imagines is around me since I have come to know for sure I had my eyes closed at the moment. I think that would explain why some people see strange figures or creatures holding them down or by their beds, because you are aware you are sleeping in your room but what you see is your imagination.

    I was able to realize that when it happened one day I fell asleep somewhere other than my room, and I forgot I was somewhere else so I imagined my room around me as usual, then when I woke up I realized I wasn't there.
     
  16. TorontoReign

    TorontoReign Abalutza oTO Staff Member Moderator Orderite

    Apr 1, 2005
    I had sleep paralysis before. I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't move. I heard something running down the hallway towards my room. I saw a bluish shape dart in the room, and the bed began shaking violently. I struggled to move but all I could do was clench my fist. Then it stopped as suddenly as it came. OBE's can trigger such states I believe.
     
  17. Serge 13

    Serge 13 Testament to the ghoul lifespan
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    Jul 20, 2006
    Damn, I'm continuing to have these...ehum...weird dreams. This can only mean one thing: I need to get laid...FAST!
     
  18. Surf Solar

    Surf Solar So Old I'm Losing Radiation Signs

    Aug 20, 2009
    I never, in my entire life had such a "wet dream". Seems I am a strange person. :<
     
  19. Gonzalez

    Gonzalez Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    Aug 21, 2004
    Nah. We all dream different things, some people dont ever even remember their dreams at all.
     
  20. Atomkilla

    Atomkilla Alpharius oTO Orderite

    Dec 26, 2010
    Quite similar here.
    I sometimes visit this forest from my childhood which I often used to visit up until few years back. Since then, the place has changed a lot, both in reality and in my dream. There's this weird "pocket" in the forest where there's a coffin, there are some bookshelves and some things from my past. Weird, but the place is consistent.
    I've never believed in dream interpretations, though when you wake up dreaming this for I-don't-know-which-time, it can get you thinking.



    I've never heard much of the OBEs and stuff like that, and I don't I've experienced those either. Will look into the subject after reading all this.