I had this dream October 01, 2008. This is one of those dreams that you know means something very serious. Every single detail of the dream I can still see and smell.
The dream began with me walking down a long dark hall. To my left I found a door. I opened the door and walked into a very dimly lit room. The room had heavy dark drapes on the windows and a very large oak desk. I smelled leather, whiskey and tobacco very strong in the room.
The room was cold and felt very dark and evil. I looked over to the right and there was a leather couch up against the wall with paintings above it hanging on the wall. There was no dust on any of the furniture. Everything appeared very clean and ready to use. There were various guns and rifles and treasures from all over the world decorating the room.
I saw a door on the right that must have led to another room but it was blocked by some type of stand that had a leather riding saddle on it. The saddle was very old and very expensive. It reminded me of the ones rich Englishmen used when they would go fox hunting.
In the dream I knew where I was. I knew I wasn’t supposed to be there. I knew it was the private study of Adolph Hitler.
Until recently, I did not know why I had this dream. Then I realized it was tied into all the other dreams and visions I have been having. It reveals the study of Adolph Hitler was left vacant and is now waiting and ready for the antichrist to step into the place left open for him. The reason why there was no dust on any of the furniture was because it has been kept ready for the appearance of the son of perdition, the antichrist.
Author: Cyndi J. Dana
Cyndi J. Dana is a wife and mother of two and grandmother of four. She is a member of the praise team and vice-president of women’s ministries in her local church. Cyndi was called by God at the age of 15 She shares her dreams and visions, as well as current world events on her blog. http://propheticinsightfortoday.blogspot.com/
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