Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Two Dreams: General George Patton and Clint Eastwood

Dreams from the LORD 2003-2006
6 February 2006

Last night I had two dreams. In the first dream, there were all of these soldiers (U.S. Army) in parade dress standing at attention on a football field. Then General George S. Patton walked onto the football field with a few other soldiers; he was wearing a helmet and dress uniform. He became very angry and pulled out his sidearm and began shooting and killing the soldiers on the football field. The soldiers broke ranks and began to flee in all directions. General Patton continued to shoot and kill the soldiers as they tried to run away from him.

In the second dream, I saw General George Patton and Clint Eastwood and they were dressed in combat fatigues. They were wearing winter coats. They were not wearing helmets. Their faces were smudged and dirty. They were smiling at each other and laughing. It looked like they had just gotten back from a successful combat mission.

A Dream About General George S. Patton
Another Dream with General George S. Patton
Clint Eastwood's film High Plains Drifter (1973)
Prophetic Photographs:  Patton and Trump



  1. I believe that in the first dream, General Patton is killing off the lukewarm Christians. Lukewarm Christians are good at dressing up and acting like soldiers, but they really aren't soldiers.

  2. I had an amazing dream involving Gen. Patton.

    I was traveling w persons unknown, we came to a house where we were supposed to rest. I went into it, there were three young people in sleeping bags on the floor near the entry door. I went to the back of the house to the kitchen, where Patton was was waiting for me. He looked exactly as the photo on this page, including the cap (which is important to the dream.)

    He speaks to me, tells me he admires me. Wow! He gives me his cap, exactly as the one in the photo, except it was embroidered with the words “G. S. Patton” in small red print. I look inside the cap, see a small tab that says “xl” on it. He tells me he wore it throughout WWIl, and he wants me to have it as as a token of friendship and admiration.

    He hands me a handwritten note. It says that he wants $75,000 paid to me upon his death as a further token of friendship.

    End of dream.

  3. I like your name "Chauncey Gardner" (from the film BEING THERE).

    Thank you for showing me your dream. If General Patton gave you his cap, maybe you are being groomed for an important leadership position--maybe you are going to be promoted into a position of great responsibility.