A French Nobleman | The Queen’s Palace | A Super Agent

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Dream 1

This dream possibly took place in an area that reminded me of the D Junior High School, it took place outside and maybe inside, and I was talking to several of my female coworkers like maybe J and KE and MA.

One of them was in a bad mood so we were trying to cheer her up, one of them was being positive, and the other was sharing advice.

Dream 2

This dream took place during the day during a disaster of some kind, I remember being in what looked like the yard of The E House, and me and a male French nobleman with light-color skin who looked like he was possibly from an older time period were trying to rescue people and get them to climb with us to the top of a structure in the yard that was hopefully high enough to avoid the disaster.

I can not remember what the disaster was, maybe flooding was part of it and maybe some kind of attack as well, but I can not remember.

Dream 3

This dream seemed or was movie like, it probably involved a movie being made and moments of real events, and it involved a movie and possibly real events of maybe The Queen Of England Elizabeth II or another queen.

It was about maybe the palace (maybe Buckingham Palace) that the new queen was going to move into, and she went to inspect the palace with some other people and the focus was on an upper floor in an area where you walked along a hallway that went through a small area with booth seating with windows on the right side and indoor windows on the left side with a view of the next hallway.

I assume that the film crew and the actors and actresses were filming some scenes and touring the set, and maybe I was there.

There were some flashbacks and / or video of possibly the real queen’s visit to this assumed palace, and the area we toured looked like some other countries et cetera had copied some of its style that had a nice royal simple but ornate wooden style to it.

Dream 4

This dream was possibly connected with the previous dream and it also involved a movie, and The Queen Of England in the movie called up a super secret agent for a mission who was played by Colin Firth who seemed to be playing a superpowered character similar to his character Harry Hart from the movie Kingsman: The Secret Service.

The movie jumped to a room with a glass wall and glass door at the front that was next to a sidewalk that was next to a street, and it was evening.

There were people in the room and a group of armed men led by a maybe bald man with light-color skin raided the room, and Mr. Firth’s character entered the room wearing some kind of strange leather headgear and he was smiling and he somehow quickly filled the room with water or something and he went around the room defeating the armed men having fun while moving very fast and possibly teleporting.

But some of the men shot the glass walls / windows which let the water out, and they all fell and then Mr. Firth adjusted his appearance slightly and pretended to be a hostage and I was there too.

His plan was to wait for an opening to take down the hostage-takers, and I was going to help.

But I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr


Nightmares That Read Into Reality Animated

Nightmares That Read Into Reality Animated

What Is It?

The other day someone sent me a YouTube video by Llama Arts called Nightmares That Read Into Reality Animated.

Here is the description for this video:

This is an animation I made from Mr. Nightmare’s video: 5 First Hand Stories where Nightmares Read into Reality


Damage Incorporated

Source: Amazon

What is it?

The 1997 computer game Damage Incorporated.

What is it about?

This is how Paranoid Productions describe this computer game:

Damage Incorporated is a 3D action strategy game for Macintosh and Windows ’95 in which you command a team of four marines while trying to keep yourself alive at the same time.

Set in present day, some unknown organization has been funding, arming, and training various militant fringe groups around the United States.

It is your team’s mission to uncover information on the sinister workings at hand, secure the safety of civilians caught in the crossfire, and neutralize with extreme prejudice whatever opposition comes your way.

Developed by Paranoid Productions, powered by Bungie’s Marathon 2 engine, and published by WizardWorks (for Windows) and MacSoft (for Macintosh), Damage Incorporated presents a 3D action experience unlike any other.

Check out the Demonstration Version and see why Inside Mac Games said in a July, 1997 review that “Damage Incorporated uses the Marathon 2 engine to create a unique and challenging new game that infuses new blood into the tired first person shooter genre.

If you like Marathon, Close Combat or Warcraft you’ll dig this game.

What are you waiting for Marine?!!!”

(For other effusive praise check out the Press Ravings page.)

What do you like about it and what would other people like about it?

I can not remember if I got to finish this video game years ago, but I liked how it was a cheap squad-based shooter that I had never heard of before that required a bit more strategy than I had expected and it was better than you would think.

Final Thoughts

I had forgotten what the name of this video game was, and so I had to look it up.

I think that I bought this video game at a Walmart many years ago in the discount PC games section, and I remember being surprised (shocked) by this video game’s crazy and graphic content and that it was better than I thought that it would be; and maybe me and some of my cousins would try to see who could get the furthest in this game even though we probably should not have been playing it.

The end,

-John Jr