Fireball dream

I’ve had fireball dreams a couple of times, but most of the time there is only one fireball. The last one I remember saw enough people to fit a school gymnasium—myself and my parents included—standing in a plaza that exists near my home in real life.

We were all looking up at some kind of space cloud (it looked sort of like a nebula?) behind a tall building, kind of like how the humans in war of the worlds are dumb enough to wander up to the tripod and are just fascinated with it—before it attacks! 

Suddenly, a huge fireball flew out from behind it and struck the plaza. I couldn’t find my parents in the chaos. That’s when I woke up. That dream bothered me for a little while, probably because of my parents potentially getting hit by a meteor and there was nothing I could do to stop it.

Last night’s dream had me running through a small town as fireballs were coming down form the sky and bouncing off of things, setting buildings and objects on fire and knocking people flying. It basically looked like an intergalactic game of dodgeball and I was the only one not getting hit (for a change, I suck at dodgeball in waking life). When the fireballs hit the ground, they made a big booming noise like something outve a theatre speaker.

Quoting Ron Stoppable “That would be so cool if it wasn’t going to kill us!”

I’m still wondering about the meaning behind this dream, but it doesn’t bother me as much as the other one did at the time—at least not in the same way. Both dreams happened as I was close to waking up anyway, and the rest of the night had been uneventful.

Has anybody else experienced dreams with fireballs before? If so, I’d love to hear about it in the comments! Oh and if you have a dream dictionary on hand, please feel free to share what yours says!

Until next time,

~Niki

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