On July 18th, 2016 my 4 year old daughter Emily suddenly awoke at about 10:30pm, a few hours after being put down for the night. She was crying hysterically, and said she keeps thinking about all her toys being lost, our two dogs being gone, and not having a place to live because our house is destroyed.
The vision was quite vivid, and she described not having a house anymore because it got knocked down. She described our dogs not being there anymore after the house went away, with us being unable to find them, and all of her toys and belongings being gone along with the house, with our family having no place to live.
We just moved back to New York from Texas and now live close to the South Shore of Long Island, and in recent years hurricanes have had a much more devastating impact on Long Island than in decades, even centuries past. (The south shore was completely obliterated by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.) She was wide awake and saying she still sees the vision. This has me concerned that a hurricane that occurs this year or within the next few years may have a devastating impact on our family.
Premonition has run in several members of my family, especially my Aunt, who has had visions of several major events in our lives. She predicted my engagement, a major bout of marital issues that occurred for us, and began having visions of a mixed race Asian/white baby after our daughter was conceived (but before we told anyone about it).
To a lesser extent, I have had premonitions in the past, but I am more of a moderate level empath (able to completely absorb emotions from individuals as well as large groups of gathered people in an enclosed single area).
I once had a major premonition of catastrophe hitting Japan, and this occurred mere days prior to a devastating typhoon hitting Asia during the 1994 Spring typhoon season. I was 11 years old at the time.
Since my daughter has been born, she has had two incidents prior to this one. There is no history of premonition in my wife’s family, only my own. I’ll be watching the weather quite more often moving forward.
— Mike, New York