Very elaborate dream with both lush and also terrifying environments.
lots of travel and then labor for the characters, who were middle class Americans not accustomed to this kind of work
one of them got a job they had hundreds of other laborers in cold water to catch exotic fish for a mad man’s aquarium
this mad man had gotten investments from around the world and build the worlds largest aquarium that housed sea life.
there were at least 11 stories to this building that spanned several acres and had outdoor as well as indoor areas, with sea creatures in glass configurations that were astounding to the eye.
small and large, you couldn’t help but be mesmerized.
The fish were very real but they were together in configurations that would be impossible in real life.
they were overlapped with each other yet living just fine.
One of my friends managed to break a small glass container it was sealed but contained more fish than was possible.
without killing any of them, she revealed that there was more space on the inside then it seemed, but when you looked at it it seemed smaller than it was, and it seemed to contain extra dimensions.
The environment unfolded when she broke the glass and the sea creatures were no longer overlapping in impossible ways.
the tanks were illusions of glass!
next thing I saw was a revolt – a large number of visitors decided to destroy the entire complex to free all of the fish and sea creatures trapped inside of these glass illusions to return to the sea which this multi acre complex was built upon.
they attempted to destroy thousands of strange multi dimensional fishtanks.
but the madman creator used tempered glass and they would not break
now the illusions were scattered and laying down when they once stood up although the sea creatures did not seem to mind.
it was very noisy though, all of the falling aquariums and screaming and chaos.
all of the protesters were panicking, the mission a terrible failure only partially achieved – but none would learn the truth of labor and visual illusions of the aquarium complex, unless word got back to the investors who would pull the funding, but I woke up before then.