August 23, 2017 (before 7 a.m.)
As I recall, I am now, apparently, just inside the entrance gate of a military base as a 3rd-generation pro-wrestler named Randy Orton, dressed with a tucked in black t-shirt, tan colored pants, and black boots (with pant legs tucked into the boots, BDU-style), purposely walks into this base with a brown rifle in his hands.
He is very intent on starting something.
Just then, a small group of about 5 uniformed soldiers approach and begin surrounding him. In response, Randy gets in a good initial shot and fells the soldier in front of him with an aggressive butt-stroke to the mouth with his rifle. In retaliation, one of the other soldiers then shoots Randy square in the chest -- dropping him. The soldiers then begin severely beating him, like a merciless gang attack; with one of the finishing shots involving one of them fiercely kicking, from behind, Randy's spinal cord as he attempts to get back up.
...after a little while, the scene seemingly resets back to where it was as the start, as another 3rd-generation pro-wrestler, Ted DiBiase Jr., now purposely walks into this base...but with a black rifle in his hands (with the same general style of dress that Randy was wearing).
And now, an entire military platoon is present and off to Ted's left.
This time -- I quickly approach him, pleading and yelling "PUT THE GUN DOWN!!".
By the time I reach him though, Ted doesn't even get an attack in...as he is shot just one time and killed.
Immediately after his death, as I'm now standing there beside his corpse, the military platoon in front of me, wearing black uniforms, is now in silent rank formation (4 rows of 10 soldiers) with their backs to me and at attention, as a sad song (similar to military funeral honors) is playing over a loudspeaker somewhere on the base. While they are at attention, they are also giving a form of salute -- but with their right arms completely extended out -- and the fist clenched up, with the wrist extended outward (i.e. with deliberate emphasis on the wrist).
Out of a show of respect I'm at attention also, but am still very grieved and I don't salute.
Suddenly, one of the soldiers in formation in front of me then authoritatively commands "Put your wrist up!"
In response, I defiantly scream out "NO!!!".
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Immediately after awaking, I heard a police siren blaring down a highway just outside of my neighborhood.
(upon waking, I prayed fervently to the Lord for an interpretation. And after a short while, this information began pouring into my mind)
- Randy Orton
Randy Orton is a 3rd-generation pro-wrestler for the W.W.E. He represents the United States.
Pro-wrestlers, by nature, are showman, in that they portray a persona in the wrestling ring of either a superhero or a super villain -- but it's all show. In America's case, he puts on a good show, in assertively coming onto the base and "looking the part". However, he is ill-equipped to face off against the small, armed group of soldiers which then approach and surround him. And, in spite of America getting off an aggressive initial shot on one of the soldiers -- a severe beatdown then immediately follows.
I believe that Randy wearing the tucked in black t-shirt is significant also, in that black symbolizes evil.
- Ted DeBiase, Jr.
Ted DeBiase, Jr. also is a 3rd-generation pro-wrestler, but who once wrestled for W.W.E. (World Wrestling Entertainment). He, too, represents the United States.
During this second entry into the military base, Ted, in like manner, puts on a good show in assertively coming onto the base and looking tough. This time, however -- there is a whole platoon of organized soldiers close by. Ted's black colored rifle, I believe, is significant and represents a curse upon America's weapons.
And, despite the front, America has nothing at all to offer this time, in terms of a credible offense against the soldiers -- as he, with no commotion, is quickly dealt with and taken out with a single shot.
- Why The Pro Wrestlers?
In this context, I believe it is because I used to be an avid fan of watching pro-wrestling (from about 1992 until 2008), and God knows that I have an understanding of it; what it symbolizes, and how that applies to the USA.
- Significance of W.W.E.
As of this writing, Randy Orton is still employed with World Wrestling Entertainment, while Ted DiBiase Jr. left the organization in 2013. This is symbolic, I believe, in regards to America being part of the world superpowers at the time he purposely walked onto the base. By the time of the second go-round, however, America (portrayed by Ted) has lost his status amongst the world powers.
...in addition, I believe that their 3rd-generation status may also tie in with World War 3.
- USS John S. McCain Being Damaged
I'm adding, here, the event which occurred last summer involving the USS John S. McCain being damaged in a collision, due to the similarities of John McCain being a 3rd-generation military serviceman.
I believe that event also ties in with my dream, as both the sleeping quarters and the communication lines being damaged represents a two-fold reaction, involving an upcoming attack on the U.S. The damage to the sleeping quarters is a sudden and abrupt "wake-up" for the people; while the damage to the communication lines represents the ensuing chaos.
- The Soldiers
The soldiers represent other nations.
The first time, when dealing with Randy, a small group of soldiers confronted and surrounded him. They are armed and can, truthfully, handle America (the pro-wrestler showman) with little trouble. America is still confident in himself, though, and gets a really good initial shot in on one of the nations (North Korea?).
However, this act of aggression is met with an immediate -- and severe -- beatdown on the U.S.
By the second time, there is a much larger, more organized platoon of nations standing by, as Ted Jr. then purposely comes onto the base for a fight. Again though, America is only portraying a tough image and, in reality, has nothing to offer in terms of any kind of credible offense. And by now, the nations have nothing to fear, whatsoever, from the U.S. -- as just one of them quickly takes him out with a single shot.
- The Military Base
In the context of this dream, I believe that the military base represents the world stage, with the ensuing battles involving the fallen world power, America, and the other nations.
- Sad Song/Military Funeral Honors
I believe this symbolizes the official death of the U.S. as a credible power, as the platoon (other nations) "honor" his death at attention, while funeral honors play over the base loudspeaker.
- Right Wrist Emphasis Salute
I believe this portrays complete allegiance to the upcoming one-world beast system.
Additionally, the right wrist, specifically, being extended outward toward the source of the loudspeaker represents submission and embracement of the upcoming "mark of the beast".
And my defiant resisting of it may represent the needed attitude from the body of Christ.
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Lord, please send this message out to as many as "have an ear to hear". In Lord Jesus' holy name.