Dreams of the Last Days: Where are all the Stars?

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Glowing spacecraft hovering silently. Low frequency rhythm of unknown origin. Immense hangar complex with open ceiling. Starless sky on a clear night. Baffled scientists. No answers. Unless you look in the right place. I started looking in the right place and found at least one answer. It has been around for centuries. Most dismiss it. The clincher is not the dream but the follow-up a week later. More
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About Ilyan Kei Lavanway

Ilyan Kei Lavanway is an independent Christian author and publisher with interests in cosmology, eschatology, science fiction, action adventure, and aviation.

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Review by: Edward E. Rochon on Feb. 09, 2015 :
Air Force plus Bible student equals dream scenario, space craft and Bible prediction. I have always found that any dream can be interpreted with diametrically opposite meanings, so I gave up studying my own dreams. A common opinion of the ancient Hebrew scholars was that dreams are so much nonsense or wish fulfillment. Let's say if the last days come and get over with, we will be happy, assuming not sent to hell. The exception is dreams sent by God. If God will not give you the interpretation, you might as well consign it to the devil. Lots of people are calling 2015 a bad year. Lots of people have been calling every year a bad year since bad dreams started. I have no answer for your dream. Pray for an interpretation or drop it.
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