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El Chupacabra dream...

November 18 2002 at 3:43 PM
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Heather  (Login klebzalez)

 
I had a freaky dream last night. El Chupacabra was in it. It was an odd dream for two reasons: 1) I never have dreams of mosters/mythical creatures, and 2) The way the dream was set up. I'll explain:

In the dream, I was either watching the television or listening to the radio, and there was a true story being told of a boy in south Texas who had sighted eight chupacabra. The mother of the boy was telling the story. "It was night time," she said, "and he had just gotten ready to go to bed. He turned out his bedroom lights and sat down by his window to look at the moon and stars for awhile. He heard some noises, and that is when he saw the eight chupacabra." Her voice kind of started fading, and from what I could tell, I was now in the place of the boy-- and I was very freaked out. I tried to scream, but I couldn't. I couldn't even move. They saw me. They started coming (flying?!) towards me. The window I was sitting at was opened, and one came up and grabbed for me.

It was then that I woke up.

I just thought I'd share this. It may not be a "true" Chupacabra sighting, but then again...

-Heather

 
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Jason Sewell
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Exelant!

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November 23 2002, 7:43 AM 

I have developed a therory about the chupacobra that stats that they are possibly telipaths, the 'imaganary' sighting has indeed happened, 1997. this stats that indeed that you might have a sort of telipathic conection to the paranormal, I would wach myself if I was you... your basicly a calling card for them.

 
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Jason Sewell
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December 6 2002, 7:10 AM 

reply 2 this message... only true belevars...

 
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ronquillo
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dream

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May 25 2015, 8:39 AM 

Can u tell me what my dream meant ?

 
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Anonymous
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Re: El Chupacabra dream...

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December 11 2002, 6:12 PM 

So...the first time I ever had a dream about a vampire, make them real because it was the first time? I don't think so.

You knew what a chupacabra was before the dream right? The concept of a chupacabra was already in your head, it is not unusual to dream about something you have had thoughts about. And I've had plenty of dreams set up in the same manner, where I switch bodies.
Maybe this is the first dream you've had that you remember about monsters and mythical beings.
Perhaps you had heard of a similar sighting some time ago and forgot about it. Until the dream brought it back up to the surface.
I doubt the poster has anything to worry about, besides a active and normal imagination.

 
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Heather
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You missunderstand me...

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December 12 2002, 12:59 PM 

I am not saying it is REAL...

I am wondering what it symbolizes. No-one can seem to tell me what it COULD symbolize yet.

I thought at a Chupacabra website someone could tell me what the symbol of the Chupacabra in a dream symbolizes so I can better understand my dream.

I have dreams recently about unicorns-- yest I do not believe they exist, but because I know what they symbolize I do not need to seek outside advice in analyzing my dream.

-Heather

 
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Jason Sewell
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...ya

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December 13 2002, 1:47 PM 

I may... *AHEM!* told you something relevant...

 
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Heather
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...uh-huh...

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December 13 2002, 2:10 PM 

Unless you are "Anonymous," that response wasn't for you...

-Heather

 
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Sephiroth
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re: you missunderstand me

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May 7 2008, 7:03 PM 

it means someone close to you will die in a horrible way. for example: my brother died in 2004 after i had a nightmare about him getting killed by the chupacabra, it killed him in the same way as it killed him in the dream.

 
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Hmmmmmmmm
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I dont get it

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December 24 2002, 10:06 AM 

why analize anything. You had a bad dream. The end.
get some sleep,You'll be all better in the morning.

 
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Jason Sewell
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weeeeeeeeeeee

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January 6 2003, 2:46 PM 

soooo true, i like sleep, i hardly ever get any...

 
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hillbilly hunter
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Re: El Chupacabra dream...

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January 7 2003, 1:20 PM 

i just wanted to tell u u shouldnt be scared of chupacabras, they dont have humans on their list of prey, they fear us , thats why once they see u their so scared they run away faster than u can say s h i t

 
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james
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Re: El Chupacabra dream...

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July 5 2005, 10:31 AM 

ha i just posted to get this to the top yay

 
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riddick
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Re: El Chupacabra dream...

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July 5 2005, 12:23 PM 

believers is spelled like this, not like this: belevars...

if your dream comes true and the chupacabras come and get you, make sure and tell us before they take you away.

dreams have very little relevance to a person's life, seeing visions in meditations is completely different and can be of some value, but dreams are just a twisted replay of your thoughts...sorry

 
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Joshua
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July 5 2005, 6:08 PM 

Just like soft core cable porn.

 
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HunterGriff
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it happened to me also

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April 28 2008, 3:19 PM 

a few years ago, 2004,i had a dream of about a chupacabra killing my brother a few days b4 he died. i was driving and it came out in front of us and i had a pistol and my brother got out and it just killed him and i started shooting it when it saw me and attacked me and that's when i woke up. a few days later, it actually happened except i caught it on film and ran back to the car and got the hell out of mexico. then i took the camera to the govt. and they took my video camera.

 
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