In the morning watch on 13th January, I had a dream in which I was standing and looking at a stone paved patio with people sitting chatting in the sun. There was a low pale colored stone wall to the left and the green hill sloped sharply down to a body of water, which may have been the sea. I am not sure. In the distance on the other side of the water was another landmass with a city on the water’s edge. I could just make out the skyscrapers.
I was among the people relaxing in the sun when suddenly there was a red and black flash above this city and the whole skyline turned black. Simultaneously, a black cloud began to travel very fast over the water and I could see it was made up of minute black particles. I shouted, “It’s a nuclear attack. Run inside!”
I ran through the double glass doors and closed one side to stop some of the cloud entering. I kept shouting so people could hear where I was and know which direction to run, even if they couldn’t see as I could see people were struggling visually and one man was so disorientated he ran full tilt into the side of the building instead of through the door. Two babies were crawling towards the doorway and I quickly ran and scooped them up and ran back inside.
By this time, I could see people lying on their backs with their legs in the air, completely unable to breathe. We closed the door and a throng of people were going up the stairs. I kept asking which direction the cloud had come from because it seemed I was not in an area I was familiar with, yet I knew it was an American city that had been hit. I kept getting flash images of a completely flattened city with grey ash everywhere, like Hiroshima.
Eventually, someone told me the city had been east of where we were. I wanted to watch a tv newscast to find out which city had been hit as my knowledge of American geography was limited and I did not know which city was situated alongside a body of water that looked like the sea, with another hilly landmass west of it. However there was no TV available and it occurred to me that this was because the city that had been annihilated was connected to television stations in some way. There were only people reading newspapers and listening to the radio, as if TV signals were no longer an option.
I woke up very disturbed and began to pray for the Lord to warn His children in that city to flee before the disaster stuck. The fact that people were sitting around relaxed and chatting tells me this was the first nuclear attack on an American city, and there was no real anxiety or expectation that this would happen. Perhaps it was a city that has not been considered reachable by such an attack. I don’t know if the land where I was standing was American land or part of an island or another nation. Perhaps someone can enlighten me. Also, the fact that people couldn’t breathe suggests the addition of some sort of nerve gas in the bomb.
Having studied maps of the American coastline, the only cities I can find which have the geographical details in the dream are:
- Seattle, with Puget Sound being the water seen
- San Francisco, with San Francisco Bay being the water seen
- Los Angeles, perhaps seen from another part of the city on a hillside.
I lean toward Seattle as the low stone wall and paving in my dream appear in photographs taken from San Juan and Orcas Islands towards Seattle, and the skyline of Seattle seen from across the water on the way to Bainbridge Island looks the same as in my dream. However, I could be wrong… pray and ask for clarity.
As confirmation, Henry Gruver had a vision of Seattle nuked by Russian submarines in Puget sound.
Author: Christine Beadsworth
Christine Beadsworth lives in Somerset West, South Africa. She is an artist, poet and speaker, also writing and publishing articles under the ‘Fresh Oil Releases’ banner. She has authored several books, which she offers for free on her blog, Fresh Oil Releases. In 2017, she started a new site for posting her podcasts, called Fresh Air Releases.
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