A Southwest Washington man who punched Sen. John Glenn (D-Ohio) in the jaw during a television interview Wednesday has told law enforcement officers that in recent months he has had dreams revealing future events, and that he hit Glenn to gain attention for his revelations. Sources said that Michael John Breen, 31, arrested after he was detained by Glenn, also told authorities that he foresees a massive California earthquake, that the government knows about it and hasn't informed residents. An affidavit filed in U.S. District Court here said Breen has told officials that he was "guided" by God to try to alert Vice President Quayle about the coming events during a visit to the Capitol Tuesday, and was "guided" to the tree-planting ceremony Wednesday at the National Air and Space Musem, in which Glenn was participating. Some details of Breen's statements to authorities are contained in court papers filed yesterday charging the Martin Marietta Corp. engineer with assault on a member of Congress, which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Breen, arrested after he was grabbed by Glenn and a Smithsonian Institution guard, was ordered held without bond yesterday and sent to a federal prison in Butner, N.C., for a psychiatric examination. U.S. Magistrate Deborah A. Robinson ordered evaluation at the request of prosecutor Craig Iscoe and with the concurrence of Breen's attorney, Barry Stiller. Robinson turned down Stiller's request that Breen be tested at St. Elizabeths Hospital here so it would be easier for his family to visit from New York. Robinson set a Dec. 6 hearing to review the findings of the psychiatric evaluation. U.S. Attorney Jay B. Stephens attended yesterday's hearing, sitting in the front row of the audience. In a news conference afterward, he said his office takes seriously the attack on Glenn. Glenn was not seriously injured and did not attend yesterday's hearing. Breen sat quietly at the hearing, studying papers on the table in front of him and watching the lawyers. He blew a kiss to relatives as he was led away. Court records show the Long Island native is single, a college graduate who has worked for Martin Marietta for nine years.