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Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:51 am
by Silent Stream
Had this crazy dream moments ago and woke up after it . I'm currently unemployed, going through some stress, the dream was about my ex and my children while they were young and we lived out in the country in a a house trailer. I came home and my whole front yard was destroyed and had a huge hole dug in it by Indians they had left stone statues around the back side of the hole my front yard was a mess. I told everybody to get in the house and was scared. I was so mad that they tore my yard up and erected Indian statues in my front yard I went out and kicked over the statues in the hole and threw their small idols in as well, my ex told me I better stop, I told her that it was my property and not theirs.

After doing this and going in the house I heard people out side my house and they were mad that I threw the statues and idols in the hole and started to try to get into my home but not violently just like they were walking as though dead and not hearing me, I told them to leave but they wouldn't. I called the police and told them what was happening and the police on the phone were Indian too! And said there was probably nothing they could do about it, so I panicked and got my gun and and shoot in the air threw the window at them but they started coming into the house slowly walking and chanting men women and children.

My two kids and wife were mad at me for my actions and I told my ex that that was it that I would leave her because she was siding with the Indians and wouldn't help me. They were coming in and still chanting I was desperately trying to get them out of my house but the just kept coming at me slowly with blank looks on there face children, young and old people. Then I woke up, even my favorite pendulum I always sleep with under my pillow was under my bed!

Crazy dream, I know it means something but what? Firebird do you have any wisdom for me, I'm a male eclectic witch and practice tarot, candle magic, cord magic and pendulum, before I went to bed I did a white candle for calm and peace in my life after a tarot reading i did for myself that actually was good. Firebird what do you see .? Silent Stream

Re: dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 8:22 am
by Silent Stream
Thought I would add my celtic cross spread.> no.1 The Empress, 2 The Fool 3,Prince of cups ,4 The Devil, 5 Two of Swords,6 Queen of wands, 7,,The Hermit ,8 Six of swords, 9, eight of swords, 10, The chariot

Re: dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:31 pm
by firebirdflys
Hi Silent
I don't have time in this moment for an indepth answer..but will get back later

My initial thought was that you may be in conflict with something you have no controll over.

See you soon, Firebird

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:30 pm
by Silent Stream
OK, under a lot of stress, and am unemployed at the moment, looking forward to your reply.

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 6:40 pm
by firebirdflys
Hi Silent Stream back again! Lets finish your reading.

Firstly let's look some of the key symbols in the dream

Hole in ground: this is the earth displaced, it could relate to being ungrounded in some sense... a hole in the earth suggests an underworld journey, or something related to the shadow side of the self.

Indians: this may have in part to do with how you view what a Native American Indian means to you, but for the purposes of this reading Native Americans can represent how you view spirituality or they could represent the cowboy and Indian kind of conflict that we are all familiar with.

Statues: statues represent being frozen or stagnant and inactive in some way. They mimic beautiful forms that is immobile.

House/living space: your living space generally represents the Self and the different rooms can be different aspects of the self, attic-the mind, kitchen-nourshment, living room-leisure time, bedroom rest and sexual fulfillment, etc... since this happened in your front yard, we see that yard can represent growth, both emotional and spiritual and how you nurture or nourish your outer surroundings, like dress and grooming, or how you wish others to view you.

Family: these are also aspects of the self, and usually not representing the actual person or persons in the dream but they could give insight to your relationships with them.

Your dream reflects the stress you are experiencing being unemployed.
The statues are the stagnant part yourself in relationship to your job or lack thereof. The frustration of that could be this struggle between the Native Americans the spiritual self trying to find some balance with work and the spiritual part of yourself. The hole in the ground could mean you need to do some deep inner work to discover what may be holding you back. Firing a gun is scattering or misdirecting energy
I also imagine that during your bad dream you thrashed about quite a bit and probably flung your pendulum on the floor.

Silent Stream wrote:.1 The Empress, 2 The Fool 3,Prince of cups ,4 The Devil, 5 Two of Swords,6 Queen of wands, 7,,The Hermit ,8 Six of swords, 9, eight of swords, 10, The chariot


Empress the fruitful self is being crossed by
The Fool, who's folly of the self is the challenge for the current direction or goal is
The Prince of Cups, suggesting deeper knowledge or schooling as the direction, suppoered by
The Devil, that reminds one releasing out worn ideas or crutches gives one strength, in which you can let go of
The 2 of Swords, a block of duplicity in the mind and heart, acomplished by going within where one finds they enter into
The Queen of Wands, revealing success espically in business when one is steadfast and honorable. The fruitful self and
The Hermit, finds enlightenment on the inner plains need to find balance to reach the goal. From your physical surroundings
The 6 of Swords reminds one that the journey may be arduous but still within our scope. When we let go of our hope of and fear for
The 8 of Swords, which had bound us to our shadow side... to achieve the goal of
The Chariot, where we have discovered balance and control and mastery over our own domain.

I'm not entirely sure which deck you're using but that's my Celtic Cross reading. In short, I would say there is some inner and outer (like schooling) work to be done in order to find some kind of balance that will benefit you and any job that you're looking for.

Hope that helped some,
Bb, Firebird

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:57 pm
by Silent Stream
Thank you, the gun being fired really hit home , I've been a spiritual wreck since job loss. This is really tempering the steel in the fire, it's causing me to act irrationally in my magick and magick can't be rushed by my urgency. I've found I have drawn closer to God and Goddess but wow, I feel like I'm walking in a desert and chasing mirages! If that makes sense! Time to just trust in my intuition and go, I tell my self to look back and learn from this experience when it's over and learn. Thanks for your time and energy, Silent Stream.

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:59 pm
by Silent Stream
Deck was Rider, spread was Celtic cross.

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 10:13 pm
by firebirdflys
Yea...I don't know what I was saying, long day ( kitchen remod :annoyed: ) when you said Empress I thought Princess in the Thoth deck for some reason, yet I read it as the Empress :roll: .....
.....couple other decks switch the 8 and 11 cards. http://www.soul-guidance.com/tarotdecks ... the_switch
I used the color enhanced version of the Ryder Waite frequently, yet my favorite is the Mary Hanson-Roberts. It's like the size of deck of poker cards, easy to handle for my un-nimble hands :lol: http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/hanson-roberts/

I usually use a Significator card, so the first three cards in the center are the core of the querients ( spelling?) question.
Anyway, the Fool being the crossing card is the challenge. The fool does trust his intuition, so much so that he doesn't watch where he is going. Intuition is definitely a good thing, but it looks like your challenge to fruitfulness may be finding a balance in trust, and a plan.

Bb, Firebird

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2015 5:42 pm
by mrsdavid1975
Do you have any Native American ancestry?

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 10:10 am
by Silent Stream
Drawn to it, my father had a tipi making company called four seasons tent masters. started back in the seventies , i used to help him make some. my father passed in 2001 but the company is still in tipi and tent manufacturing. Back in my teen party days I wore leather mocasins with bell bottom jeans LOL . I also made a bead loom and made my own bead stuff! smoked kinik kinik, i think thats what it was, anyway im german irish celtic maybe indian in past life

Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 8:29 pm
by mrsdavid1975
Hah. Ok. That's quite cool. I have creek, Choctaw, tsalagi .. And of course I'm Irish , Scottish and Swedish.

( edited due to tmi lol )

Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 8:32 pm
by mrsdavid1975
I only ask due to you maybe having an internal conflict with your ancestry. .. Or someone is trying to tell you something. I found out because my dreams told me things. I never had a clue before then. .. Aside from that , if you have nothing but European ancestry, there may be just that latent blood memory in your DNa regarding native Americans. ( meaning your white ancestors fought Indians and your blood is remembering this ).


But I feel there is something hidden. Even if it is way back in the 16 or even 1400s. Your native ancestors are angry you're leaving them out of the mix

Re: Dream or bad omen?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2015 3:49 pm
by Silent Stream
Interesting. One of my past life dreams were me dead looking up from laying on a funeral pyre ready to be burned and shoved out to sea. I could not speak but I could see my wife crying and others mourning my death as they looked down on me they were wearing hoods. After that I asked how I died, and it came to me that I was out in a great forest felling trees with huge axes. I was on top of one, walking on it to trim branches, and lost footing and fell and broke my neck. That's all I remember.