I had this dream in early 2014.
I was walking on what seemed to be near a high steep cliff. It was dark, but I wasn’t sure if it was early morning or night. As I was walking across a hilly place, I saw a little light coming as a streak over the grass.
I noticed a pattern barely discernible in the tall grass. I stood there and realized it was like an arrowhead shape pointing in the direction beyond the cliff, so I looked in that direction across the ocean. As I was looking, at that instant, I saw something moving upward from the sea. It looked like a pyramid.
The sun was coming up at the same time this pyramid was coming up from the sea. It was a cold steely black stone. Through the middle of it was something like a shaft that went up from the base all the way to the point. The rays of the sun came right up inside the shaft from the water until it came to the top where it stopped. This sun did not lighten the sky, but was only giving light over the structure, which reflected in the water, sort of an eery light in the dark.
It should have been day time, yet it still looked like night. This was startling to me.
Then I realized I was on the west coast looking out over the sea with the sun rising in the west. That was so disorienting that I wondered did we have a pole shift? Did the world flip over? Why would the sun rise in the west? Then I woke up.
Later, I learned the Muslims believe the Mahdi (sun) will rise in the west, and will bring The Judgment. They believe he will do the same things the Bible reveals will be done by the antichrist, but they believe he will be sent from God.
And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. (Revelation 13:1)
Author: Karen Sue
Karen Sue started out to become a master teacher in the Child Development field until one day a phone call came that changed all of that. It was a call for help that led her into advocacy for children and victims of violent crime. She believes that is where her education really started. It was during that time she cried out to Jesus Christ and was saved.
Later she worked in skilled nursing with a focus on gerontology. She then moved into dementia care and found her niche with opportunities to counsel and teach in the area of therapeutic activities and activities of daily living. Advocacy in both arenas led her to a closer relationship with the Lord.
She now devotes her time to intercessory prayer and Bible study, often led by dreams that both quicken her and direct her prayer life. Karen has opted not to share her last name.