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by Stephen Parker, Ph.D. (Article Selection, Commentary) on April 17, 2010

I am a sixty-one year old clinical  psychologist and heart attack survivor.

Prior to his heart problems, I dreamed of an airplane with a red cylinder engine that was leaking oil and smoking; the plane took off and crashed.      I woke up at five o’clock in the morning, and the first thought in my head was, “I have heart trouble.”    Four months later I had emergency surgery. (

After surviving the heart difficulties, I wondered why I (and my doctor) had not taken this dream more seriously. For the last several years, I have been researching “Prodromal Dreams” — dreams that foretell illness.

You will find a number of prodromal dreams in this website.

If you have had a dream that foretold of  your illness, please contact me.

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