Really beautiful, extremely realistic dream. Just as I expected the end would look like; Completely beyond anyone's comprehension. It wasn't full of religious symbolism, while in it, EVERY religious group was claiming that this was "their" version of the end. Going into details would be useless in explaining what it was that I saw. I could feel wind on my face. I could feel people bumping into me. I could hear noises that are beyond explanation coming from what I was seeing: enormous, clear prisms descending from the sky, stacking on top of one another, those that were closer to the ground were larger and less transparent than those above the, massive gravitational distortion patterns in various places on the horizon, symmetrical, not random. The sun was shining as if it were when it shines during a hazy day (more intense than normal, but not as bright even though there are clouds(hopefully you know what kind of day I'm talking about)), even though the sky was clear. When I moved (I was in school this whole time) and looked out another window, It was suddenly night time. Millions of stars were in the sky in strange patterns, and there were bright lights that were bigger than the stars seemed to be hovering miles above Earth. Someone to my left said "But it's day time over here!". I went back to my last window, and saw that the same thing I had seen before was still there. Suddenly a tiny white speck of light slowly descended in front of us, directly on the other side of a window to my left. Some one, for some reason, yelled out "Boom!" and the speck of light exploded. When it did, it did not produce fire, or any sort of force that n=would normally come from an explosion. It seemed to only effect the people watching, as we were all thrown, not necessarily back, away from the window. I flew up towards the ceiling, in a diagonal direction back towards the wall behind me. I think that those gravitational distortions that I saw in the distance were similar occurrences, but I can't be sure, as I woke up directly after the speck exploded.
This had only been a ten minute segment of a dream that had lasted for days in my head last night. I remember several other parts of the dream, but this part was the most important one.