Red dreams are prophetic? Could you please provide more information on this, please? *makes pleading dying-of-curiosity-kitty-eyes*
All red tones? Red is a dominant color? Red cats cross your path? How did you come to the conclusion this means they are prophetic? Is there a source for this? Is it a personal discovery sort of thing? Do the other colors have similar significance?
Sorry, I was posting while you were....
I have had "red" dreams from as young as I can remember, and my parents took me to a therapist who informed them they were correct, I was seeing the future. I remember very little of it except that he didnt label me a lunatic, at least.
The dream is in a reddish mist. All my other dreams are just normal colour, like watching a movie, but red dreams are like some cheap movie effect with red mist around the edges. Flashes of red happen if its a very important (and usually very terrifying for me) message.
Four weeks ago I dreamed of a strange wave that came sideways into shore, and swept my youngest child away. I thought I was having a bloody heartattack when I woke up, I was so distressed. It haunted me terribly for days.
Last Sunday I met my eldest kids and partners at a river we dont frequent much anymore. While crossing the river close to the beach, a weird wave came in sideways. I started screaming at the kids to get across quickly, but my youngest and I were only halfway across. The others made it over, but I scooped him up and went back to the side we started from. And the wave did this weird thing where it combined with an outgoing wave and rose up, causing a massive eddy that absolutely would have drowned my little one and quite possibly me. It was the wave I dreamed of, and the locals I talked to said it happens occasionally in certain conditions, with no warning and has been tragic in the past. This crossing area is only shin deep and very safe almost always, and I had crossed it hundreds of times without fear...
Often they are unimportant things I dream of: a dog waiting in the shadows of a tree. I was unable to see the details of the dog, but it was waiting for me. A few weeks later a rescue dog with special needs came into our family - and as soon as I heard about him, I knew he was the dog waiting. Many people contributed to get that dog to me (literally, from transport, to medical expenses).
I have no control over the dreams at all. Try explaining to a friend that her infertility is not going to be fixed, but that two babies are waiting for her. It was almost the end of our friendship. Eight years later, her two adopted children are thriving. It turned out well, but she did not originally appreciate what I had to tell her.