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Strange Vampire Dream

I just moved into my new (old home in value, new residence for us) two weeks ago. Since we have been here, I have been having really gross nightmares, my husband and I have been fighting constantly, we are always financially broke, and are 2 and 1 year old are always crying, having middle of the night screams while they are sleep, or just plain behavior problems.

The other night I had a terrible dream that I was in Bess, Louisiana (a place I'd never heard of--that's where the vampire said he came from). There were hundreds of the vampires everywhere dressed in biker-type outfits. They had whips all over there backs as though they'd been beaten. Their teeth were like sharpened nails and they were bald and muscular. They had blood on them too. I remember walking down a hallway with a minister from my former church. He seemed deceptive and something kept saying "the cord blood" or something like that.

I don't understand the dream. But I think it has a lot to do with our home. I found a Harry Potter trade card before we moved in here. There's always a strange knocking or noise. Plus I always feel someone or something is watching me or standing over me. A spirit of fear overcomes me.

Did I mention that I am pregnant and feel like it is trying to make me lose my baby.
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kizzypooh, Ministering Deliverance 88 Comments [7/20/2009 6:20:17 AM]
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Lou

What a coincidence, I had a dream about vampires and various monsters this morning too. Then as the dream progressed it was about dragons and I was one of them. I liked that bit.

7/20/2009 6:23:50 AM

EvoPagan

Yes vampires always announce themselves by leaving HARRY FUCKING POTTER cards about the place.

PS Stop watching "I Am Legend" right before bed.

7/20/2009 6:31:36 AM

Druminor

Someone seems to be confusing Harry Potter with the Lost Boys

7/20/2009 6:40:28 AM

Horsefeathers

"I just moved into my new (old home in value, new residence for us) two weeks ago. Since we have been here, I have been having really gross nightmares, my husband and I have been fighting constantly, we are always financially broke, and are 2 and 1 year old are always crying, having middle of the night screams while they are sleep, or just plain behavior problems."

Nothing out of the ordinary. This is why people dislike moving.

"The other night I had a terrible dream that I was in Bess, Louisiana (a place I'd never heard of--that's where the vampire said he came from). There were hundreds of the vampires everywhere dressed in biker-type outfits. They had whips all over there backs as though they'd been beaten. Their teeth were like sharpened nails and they were bald and muscular. They had blood on them too. I remember walking down a hallway with a minister from my former church. He seemed deceptive and something kept saying "the cord blood" or something like that."

You seem completely unaware of the underlying eroticism of the vampire mythology. It's quite apparent from your description what's been occupying your subconscious.

Let's see:

Bikers (bald and muscular, even) - archetypal "dominant male" figures.

Whips - phallic symbolism or a representation of your religiously imposed guilt over your repressed sexual feelings.

Teeth like "sharpened nails" - much better to penetrate with, wouldn't you say? Then there's all that biting and sucking vampires do...

Blood - the most private of all bodily fluids; a vampire sucking blood from your body is about as "intimate" as it can get.

A pastor from a former church - had a crush on him, did ya?

"I don't understand the dream."

Obviously, or you wouldn't have posted it.

"But I think it has a lot to do with our home."

I'd say more specifically your bedroom.

"I found a Harry Potter trade card before we moved in here."

Shouldn't you be bitching about finding a copy of Twilight given the topic?

"There's always a strange knocking or noise."

It's an old house. They do that.

"Plus I always feel someone or something is watching me or standing over me. A spirit of fear overcomes me."

That's your predisposition to flights of fantasy. Religion seems to magnify such things.

"Did I mention that I am pregnant and feel like it is trying to make me lose my baby."

Ah, that clears up that "cord blood" reference. I was wondering about that...

7/20/2009 6:43:05 AM

Mortok

Well, at least it wasn't Pokemon. Then you'd really be in the shit.

7/20/2009 6:45:43 AM

breakerslion

I had a dream that there were no more superstitious idiots in the world in complete denial about the real source of their problems. Unfortunately, while their superstitions were gone, they were still idiots without a clue as to what to do next, so they just sat at this long table and ate library paste.

Now help me finish this sentence: My dream is as real as yours, which makes both dreams....

7/20/2009 6:45:45 AM

Clown

Let me get this straight... You just moved into an old house. You're financially broke. Your 1 and 2 year old children wake up in the night, crying (perfectly normal behaviour, btw. They just changed their home for scary old house. Isn't there some unwritten rule not to go on a long trips/movings with children less than 3 years old? And to actually sleep in the same room (or even bed) with them?). In adition to your bad financial state, you are pregnant again... Now, my question is this: What sane person (and a future mother of three to boot) blames her problems on vampires?

P. S. The word vampire comes from serbian word "vampir", so you can forget about Bess, Louisiana. Better look for Serbia on the map. Or Romania, their eastern neighbour, I've heard that's where Drakula's home is.

7/20/2009 6:46:51 AM

Thundersqueaks

You skipped over the obvious, mundane explanations for those things, and went straight to the vampire bikers meet Harry Potter option? Yep, you're a superstitious loon.

7/20/2009 6:47:52 AM

D Laurier.

You are stressed, and you are immersed in a culture steeped with "vampire" motifs.
And being an ignorant and superstitious fundie doesnt help either.

Try addressing your financial problems first.
Then see about couples counciling, and inspect your house for lose fittings that can be secured.

7/20/2009 6:50:04 AM

boingo

Methinks someone's watching too much Trueblood.

7/20/2009 7:10:37 AM

Dexter

There were hundreds of the vampires everywhere dressed in biker-type outfits.

Sounds like a cheap Tarantino rip-off

7/20/2009 7:17:33 AM

Dark_Lord_Prime

Both Google Maps and MapBlast say there is no "Bess, Louisiana."

As for the rest of it, it sounds like you have a leather-boy vampire fetish.

7/20/2009 7:21:02 AM

RavenWood

I'm going to forgo the usual snark here...

You're stressed out and pregnant. I had screwed up dreams when I was stressed out and pregnant, too. Try to calm down. I know it's hard with other small children in a new place and no money but you really have to try. Talk to someone (some real person, not Ministering Deliverance). That alone might stop the funky dreams.

7/20/2009 7:22:54 AM

awitch

Wait, wait, I'm not done laughing...

7/20/2009 7:30:14 AM

Philbert McAdamia

my husband and I have been fighting constantly, we are always financially broke, and are 2 and 1 year old are always crying,

Wait a minute -- oh, I thought you meant your DH and you are 2 and 1 year old. No wonder you're always broke and crying...

Do you hear für Elise playing on the piano at night? Good, you are about to give birth to Satan's baby. BWAAaahahahahahahaha

7/20/2009 7:49:36 AM

CailinBan

You have a two year old, and a one year old and you're pregnant AGAIN. Jesus wept, you poor woman. No wonder you're stressed and upset. That alone would be enough to deal with.

Added to which you've just moved house which is always stressful for everybody.

And you've got financial problems - well, moving house IS expensive.

And your DH is obviously stressed too, hence the fighting.

Nothing to do with vampires though.

Edited to add: the feeing of being forced to lose your baby is probably wishful thinking.

7/20/2009 8:11:16 AM

Lucilius

Or maybe you're all just mentally unstable, not terribly bright, and members of a cult that already relies on fear and blood-drenched fantasies.

7/20/2009 8:13:52 AM

Kat

Yeah, read the side affects of the perscription drugs you are taking. Some of them have a side affect of giving you strange and lucid dreams.

7/20/2009 8:14:05 AM

John_in_Oz

@Ravenwood.
Thanks for the example.

7/20/2009 8:15:52 AM

Mister Spak

" There were hundreds of the vampires everywhere dressed in biker-type outfits. They had whips all over there backs as though they'd been beaten. Their teeth were like sharpened nails and they were bald and muscular. They had blood on them too."

I think we know where Buffy went after her show was cancelled.

7/20/2009 8:16:27 AM

nutbunny

"I found a Harry Potter trade card before we moved in here"

Satan left his calling card?
(with wand in hand)All together now! Riddikulus!

7/20/2009 8:21:26 AM

Angelus

I think the answer is obvious. you obviously moved over top of a 'hell-mouth'. It's kind of like a gateway to the demon realm, which attracts all sorts of oogy-boogies.
The only obvious solution is to find a slayer, or barring that revoke the vampire's invitation to your house (it's a surprisingly simple spell, and you get to nail a crucifix to a wall to boot!)

7/20/2009 8:22:29 AM

Eden

Sounds rather like you´ve watched "From Dusk till dawn", "Blade" or "Underworld" a little bit too often ;)

7/20/2009 8:26:15 AM


7/20/2009 9:05:57 AM

aaa

Dude, you tripping.

7/20/2009 9:12:04 AM
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