Jan 8, 2020 11:31 AM
Over the last few months I have had numerous dreams and visions where there was no electricity.
On 10/4/2019 I saw a vision of an old-fashioned alarm clock. It was round with 2 bells on the top. I knew that it was a wind-up model, the type where you have to wind the knob at the back to make it work. It was the kind that does not require electricity to operate.
On 9/13/2019 I had a dream that I was in a classroom with other people. During our break, we were served freeze-dried broccoli and cheese to eat. End of dream. I found it interesting that the food was freeze-dried. Freeze-dried foods do not require refrigeration and have a pretty long shelf life, some up to 30 years.
On 10/20/19 I smelled a strong odor of rotting food upon waking. It was like the odor of spoiled food in a refrigerator where there was no power.
On 12/2/2019 I had a dream that I came home and the electricity was off and it was pitch black in the house. I remember looking for a flashlight in the dark.
On 12/16/2019 around 6 AM I had 2 visions in succession. In the first one, I saw myself turning the key in the car ignition and the car did not turn over. In the 2nd one, I saw myself scooping feces out of a toilet.
I wondered what would necessitate having to scoop feces out of a toilet. It must mean that the toilet would not flush as it normally would. I recently experienced 2 power outages of very short duration – one was about an hour and the other one about 2 hours. Both times the toilets flushed normally. I remember my neighbor telling me that most toilets would flush as long as there was water in the tank or bowl because most of them are gravity operated. He told me a story of the time he lived in Florida and there was a power outage due to a hurricane. He said that he collected rain water in a trash can and used it to flush the toilets during that time.
Then I wondered about extended power outages. How long can you continue to add water to the bowl or tank and the toilet will flush? According to an article on https://www.outagehacks.com/can-you-flush-a-toilet-without-power/:
“With water supplied by a local municipality, your home is pressurized from a large water tank that is much higher than your home. Once the water tank drops in volume, it will call for water from an electric pump. Without a generator to keep that pump running, the system will drop in pressure and cease to work.”
So I think that the Lord is warning us to not rely on using stored water to flush the toilet in an extended power outage situation. It will work for a while but we will probably need to switch to an alternative system (also described on that same website) in the event that the outage continues for any length of time.No_Electricity