She told them not to be afraid, everything is going to be alright.
This after a majority of Singaporean men — both gay and straight — saw Serina Wee appear in their dreams with a message of hope and peace.
One local, Zuo Mong, said: “At that moment Serina Wee appeared, there was nothing but serenity.”
“She reached out to me but just as I was about to hold her in my embrace, she said she had to go, as she had another man’s dream to enter.”
“I was overwhelmed with love and a sense of tranquility I haven’t felt since I first saw her picture in the newspapers in 2013.”
Other locals said this dream was a sign that more could be done in Serina Wee’s name.
Another Singaporean man, Wo Ai Ni, said: “She is the religion Singapore deserves, but not the one it needs right now.”
“So we’ll worship. Because she can take it. Because she’s not our heroine. She’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A goddess of nectar and all things divine.”