In a nutshell, groups of people were drawn to the ocean, to sit upon the beach and stare out at the water. Many people would wade out into the water and submerge, and come out. Most of the time, nothing happened. But to 2 Bats, they went out, submerged and emerged from the water somehow intrinsically different. I'd wade out into the water, but not submerge, even in the one spot that seemed, somehow, likely. Watching over this all, on a high cliff, an old, blind man who appeared to be Aboriginal. He had cataracts over his eyes and he seemed to be looking far off into something. I went to the 2 Bats who'd been changed and told them about the spot in the water where I wanted to dunk myself, and they encouraged me to do it. So I did. I went under, face up towards the surface, watching how the sun reflected against the serene surface...down, down, down until something enveloped me, and suddenly, I was back on the beach, and in the company of the 5 others who'd been changed. We then went off to have a meeting, along with the old man (whom I was given to understand had once been host to one of the "aliens" like the ones we 6 now hosted...and that he was blind because his "alien" had died...and also given to understand that he was very, very old). In the house, I watched the water creep up along the junction of the floor and walls, spreading wet. Then the alarm clock sounded and I woke up.
I think the water in the house thing was because this house was literally on the beach, in the way of the tide.
Me? I'm looking up the key elements of the dream, and sharing what those elements mean. Dream Dictionary I used.
Water: To see water in your dream symbolizes your unconscious and your emotional state of mind. Water is the living essence of the psyche and the flow of life energy. It is also symbolic of spirituality, knowledge, healing and refreshment. To see calm, clear water in your dream means that you are in tune with your spirituality. It denotes serenity, peace of mind, and rejuvenation.
Ocean: To see an ocean in your dream represents the state of your emotions and feelings. It is indicative of spiritual refreshment, tranquility and renewal. Alternatively, the dream means that you are feeling empowered and unhindered. You have a positive outlook in life and are not limited by anything.
Man: To see an old man in your dream represents wisdom or forgiveness. The old man may be a archetypal figure who is offering guidance to some daily problem.
Aborigine: To see an Aborigine in your dream represents both your untamed, natural self and your pure, innocent side. You need to be more in touch with your intuition and inner forces. It also suggests that you are being overindulgent or overly emotional. You may be harming yourself and jeopardizing your well-being due to your unrestraint.
Underwater: To dream that you are underwater suggests that you are being overcome with emotions and are in over your head regarding some situation. You need to gain greater control of your life. To dream that you are breathing underwater represents a retreat back into the womb. You want to return to a state where you were dependent and free from responsibilities. Perhaps you are feeling helpless, unable to fulfill your own needs and to care for yourself. Alternatively, breathing underwater is analogous to being submerged in your own emotions.
Friend: To see friends in your dream signify aspects of your personality that you have rejected, but are ready to incorporate and acknowledge. The relationships you have with those around you are important in learning about yourself. Alternatively, dreaming of a friend indicates positive news.
Six: Six is indicative of cooperation, balance, tranquility, perfection, warmth, union, marriage, family, and love. Your mental, emotional, and spiritual states are in harmony. It is also indicative of domestic bliss.
Aliens: To dream that you are an alien symbolizes the undiscovered part of yourself. Your manifestation as an alien may be your way of "escaping" from reality. Dreams of this nature also symbolize your outlandish ideas and your wild imagination.
It's too early in my morning to make conclusions or an analysis what this dream means based on all these definitions...but I think it's purty clear that this wasn't a bad dream or a dream with bad connotations, other than the underwater thing (which isn't necessarily bad or negative so much as it may just be a manifestation of life's stress).
I'll just leave you now with this link to Dreams by Fleetwood Mac.