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    I've been dead in my dreams. Always really sad. Like I would try to make my family and friends hear and see me
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    If Microsoft made brains...

    WARNING!
    Unhandled Exception
    Your Brain is unable to compute this dream state and will be terminated.

    [OK]

    [Blue Screeen of Death]
    mildly amusing
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    (Original post by Blátönn)
    I've died in dreams before. There's a lot of myths regarding it i.e die in a dream and you die in real life, et cetera - they're not true.
    Hard to substantiate that claim, though, Blue Tooth. Are you sure you actually died or were on the verge of death? Furthermore, if you were a spectator to your death, then it's hardly you dying.

    P.S. Why "blue tooth"?
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    I've died in dreams before. Sometimes the dream ends, sometimes I'm a ghost.
    But I usually kill people in dreams as opposed to dying.
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    (Original post by kiss_me_now9)
    It does in Tarot cards, I'm not so sure about dreams though. But I think they're closely linked...
    I think so too.. Now I remember where I read this! It was from a weird book called The Dream Dictionary. Say you dreamt about dying in a pink sea of sheep. You look up "die", "pink", "sea" and "sheep". And there you go, your dream has been translated. Haha.
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    I always jolt awake as soon as i'm about to die.
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    (Original post by Hylean)
    Hard to substantiate that claim, though, Blue Tooth. Are you sure you actually died or were on the verge of death? Furthermore, if you were a spectator to your death, then it's hardly you dying.

    P.S. Why "blue tooth"?
    Very true, I can't prove to anyone but myself that this is the case - but it does prove it to me, by virtue of me still being alive, that the myth is untrue. Take that as you will.

    In the dreams I did die. When I said 'spectator' I was more referring to the emotional detachment from the event, as opposed to seeing it unfold in 3rd person persective.

    As for Bluetooth I always found Haraldr I of Denmark a fascinating figure, I think he left a great legacy in the Jelling stones and such. He was no Knutr, Alfred, or William, and is shown in a fairly poor light in the Sagas but I've always found his reign very interesting. So, just a historical figure I like really. I'm studying Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse at University so quite naturally I prefer to use the original spelling.
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    I've died in my dreams before.

    Not much happened after that. There was a moment of blankness.
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    I've died in my dreams a few times, once was cool, I flew out of my body up into the sky
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    I've never died in my dreams, but I've sort of dreamt of already being dead, as a ghost.
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    When I was little, I often dreamt about being eaten up by a giant wolf. Then I would sit inside his mouth waiting for the next step. Will he spit me out, or will he eat me?
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    Dying in your dreams must be the next step to dreaming. I've only just had one of those dreams where you dream you're dreaming. Rather exciting :awesome:
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    Dreams are supposed to be the time when our souls separate from our body. So, if the soul dies, of course we will also die, for real!
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    I always wrench myself out of the dream just before I'm about to die...or just before something I don't want to happen is about to happen.

    Sometimes I get randomly transported out of the scene with no idea how it came to pass. Of course I don't find that weird in the dream itself.
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    I've died twice in my dreams.
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    (Original post by obnoxious)
    I've heard that no one actually dies in there dreams , and If your going to die , something supernatural wakes you up ?.
    I died in one of my dreams a few years back, I dreamt I drowned and then woke up in the afterlife in some sort of tomb.
    Maybe its a certain way that you can't die?
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    i think the terminator was after me in one of my dreams,,,,,
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    I've watched myself dying from the outside, but I don't think I ever died. I've also dreamed that I was already dead and attended my own funeral...that was weird.
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    I've died in dreams. I seem to fall off of a lot of buildings and onto underground rail tracks.

    How clumsy.
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    I've died in loads of dreams, btu funnily enough I've never died in any "nightmares". When I remember dreams I tend to remember the emotions felt rather than what actually happened, and every time I remember dying in a dream the emotions have never been sad/scary.

    It's especially ironic that I found this thread as soon as I woke up and came online cos I can clearly remember (unusually) dreaming last night both about being in one of the twin towers during 9/11, and then in another dream (also last night), being in another tower which was about to collapse. I didn't die in either... it never got to the point where the towers actually collapsed, but the second time I was awoken by my alarm clock, so who knows what might've happened!

    Dreams are strange.
 
 
 
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