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A United Airlines travel poster promoting travel to Hawaii. An image of a plane, much like the one featured here, appeared in my waking dream state.
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I could see, floating in the ocean, part of a jet airliner cargo container. The sort that luggage is kept in the cargo area of an airplane. On the part above the water I could see stamped in black letters HONOLULU. I also noticed the letters “JFK.” I assumed this was because the silver-colored, metal cargo container had flown from New York’s JFK airport to Honolulu before it presumably crashed.

As I was coming out of my dream state, I could see the outline of an island and what looked like a dot or point on the eastern tip (Oahu?) There were two “lights” involved and a more distant third light. I got the impression they were under some “alien” control., although I'm not sure what that means. The images came quickly and urgently. I saw an airplane, although it looked like a propeller-driven one from the 1940’s and 50’s. I also saw a palm tree.

There was a lot going on in this dream. A lot of violence. A lot of conspiring. And lots of ocean views against a murky twilight.

I should note that when I awoke from this dream and saw those ghostly images of the “island,” “lights,” “palm tree” and alien beings, I began wondering if – like the day of the Fukushima nuclear disaster – if something had happened. A plane crash? Something in Hawaii? There are nonstop flights between JFK and Honolulu, I should note. 

Checking the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s website, I did notice an Associated Press story noting how President Obama is traveling to Hawaii – specifically Honolulu – with the first family to enjoy Christmas vacation in his home state, as he usually does. Obama will leave on Friday  Dec.18 for San Bernardino, California to meet with families of the victims in the recent mass shooting there. San Bernardino, we should note, is on Route 66, which is a synchromystic road as we have noted in the past. 

Shortly after writing much of the above, I was driving near 13th and Walker here in Oklahoma City and saw an aircraft of some sort leaving behind a pretty heavy smoke trail as it went from heading north to swinging rapidly west and then heading south, from whence it came. It was likely a plane from Tinker AFB, but it was still dramatic. Looking for more evidence of this plane, I somehow lost it. But where it had been in the sky, I could see a distant, stationary white object in the eastern sky. It too faded away.

EDITOR'S NOTE (Thursday Dec. 17, 2015 11:30 a.m.): Sync blogger and leading cryptozoologist Loren Coleman was reminded of this video showing a Dec. 11, 2013 plane crash off the Hawaiian island of Molokai. The actual crash was caught on a GoPro camera by a passenger. Watch it here. While no one died in the crash, Hawaii's health director Loretta Fuddy became stressed as a result of the crash and suffered cardiac arrhythmia, dying as a result. Those following the Obama birth certificate controversy may recall it was Loretta Fuddy who released President Barack Obama's birth certificate in order to quell conspiracy talk that claimed Obama was foreign born and not born in 1961 in a hospital in Honolulu.

Among the leading "birthers" in America has been current Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Curiously, racist Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio revived the birth certificate conspiracy theory on Wednesday before introducing Trump at a campaign rally in Mesa, Arizona. Read more here.

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