It begins with a dream in a dream. The dream begins with my hearing a voice that tells me: “There is going to be an event, an incident. I tell you to prepare you. I do not you to fear.”
I feel myself lift out of that deep dream. I am walking on the side of a rural road and my mother is behind me. I look to our right and I see beautiful green grass and it seems like it is late spring. The hills look like West Virginia. I also see a building with a cinderblock foundation. I glance again and see a white tornado. I tell my mother we have to quickly seek shelter because it is too late to try and outrun it. I am in a panic. I take my mother’s hand and we dash over the lip of the road toward the structure that I had seen.
We run inside and to my surprise there are lots of people there seeking shelter also. I go to a door that lead downstairs to the cinderblock basement. There is a man standing half way at the stairs. I begin to assist people down the stairs. The man takes their hands and helps them down as well. I then pick up a large plastic bag and I hear: “Provisions.”
Then a black woman comes up from the basement with her husband behind her and she says they are leaving because she is just tired of everything. I do not pursue after them. The tornado was coming and it will take them out. I see there are three young people, two males and one female. They want to leave. The one male opens a back door and the velocity of the tornado sucks him out. He clings to the door frame but eventually flies through the air and falls to the ground on his back. I was surprised he was still living. End of dream.
Interpretation: The first part of the dream is about the second part. The second part is about the persecution of the Christians. Some Christians will not be able to cope with having to go underground. They will have to share space and food, etc. They will be able to tolerate it for only a little while and leave. My mother was a Christian and she represents the church. I see trouble, the tornado, and I give instructions to seek shelter, to go underground. The tornado is white and it is usually a symbol of purifying an individual or a people.