When I was three years old, I had a vision of someone in what I called Hell being eaten. The thing is, the creature looked back at me. I mention this because I almost looked like that not too long ago.
In 2012, I had a vision about a show called either Khaos or Chaos on the TV. There was a bad storm and some other things happened before I got pulled into another realm or something and I was back in my bed.
In 2017, I had a vision about the coronavirus. I know its a little late now, but one of the people talking to me in that vision looked like an angel.
Another vision I had as a kid was of a bunch of this one zombie-looking thing (supposedly a harbinger of death) walking in a line and one glaring at me. Im just hoping that my apocalyptic thoughts arent going to ruin my life. I was doing some shadow work recently and I think I lost control of myself. I dont want to go to Hell or even die and I dont know who to talk to about this. If there is a war coming, can I least know that the people who practice will look out for each other?
First a word of comfort; As Freud once said, sometimes a cigar, is just a cigar. Likewise (in your case) sometimes a dream is just a dream. Not every dream you have is or will be precognisant, and even the ones that are can never be certain anyways.
Sometimes likely, to be sure, but never definite. And considering how ambiguous prophesy tends to be, they tend to only be truly evident in hindsight anyways. Even at the best of times.
It also helps to remember that, in all brutal honesty, Mankind has always been at war somehow, somewhere. Mankind has and will always have some sort of possible or probable impending apocalypse or great change coming. And Mankind will always move forwards regardless. It is just the nature of, well, nature. And humanity itself.
The trick is understanding that it isn't the event that matters, whether it comes to pass or not. It is how we as a people learn and respond to it. By and large you can't change what will happen. But you can affect how you choose to react. So focus on that instead.
That change in perspective helped me anyways, it might do the same for you.