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Old 29-02-2020, 10:59 PM
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I'm not being ungrateful to Prometheus, I just don't think that he could see the bigger picture like Zeus did. To give a firearm to every person in the street, or an atomic bomb to every nation may be not such a good idea. No one should have that much destructive power.
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Old 09-03-2020, 10:42 PM
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What does she like to eat?

Being omnivorous, I never gave much thought about eating one type of food or another, as long as I'm preparing the meal myself I have no restrictions.

I was curious about what the fairy likes to eat, maybe it was something strange like toads and lizards, or disgusting compared to our customs, like corpses of animals and people. Reading online there's a sort of consensus that they like sweets, milk and honey. I was ready to be shown anything, but what she said made me wonder.

That which the earth gives for free and people don't have to steal from other creatures. In this case, fruits and vegetables, as opposed to the milk that people have to steal from cows, or honey that people steal from bees, or eggs that people steal from chickens.

Meat comes from living beings, which means that they should have a life and be free before they are captured and eaten. In other words, it's ok to eat animals that were hunted for that purpose, but it is cruel to keep them imprisoned in awful conditions to serve as food. That's the way the native indians did, probably because they understood better the will of the higher beings and how to treat nature.

She also said she likes that which grows secretly in the earth, which includes carrots, potatoes, garlic, onion, etc.
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Old 28-04-2020, 06:42 AM
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Keeping cool among the satyrs

Can't recall for sure how long this dream was, how it began or how it ended.

Was walking around on a nice afternoon when I heard the sound of a flute. It was a beautiful melody, I asked facetiously the people next to me, "Who is playing? Are there satyrs here?", not being fully aware that I was dreaming.

The melody was coming from a canteen. I entered the area and I saw the player, thought I recognized him. I went up to him and shook his hand, believing it was a person I know in real life. It clearly wasn't, but I couldn't tell and treated him as a friend.

"How are you doing, man?"

He was siting at a table talking to his friend. Then I remembered that one is not supposed to shake hands anymore.

"I'm so sorry, I totally forgot about the new rules of not touching while greeting."

He answered,

"Hey, why bother about it? Are you a chicken?"

His words kinda embarrassed me. I replied,

"No, but I'm responsible."

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Old 01-05-2020, 02:46 PM
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Still reading. Lots of thoughts about what you've written since last time I posted.

Fairies living underground implies they might be connected to the underworld. I see that, in humans, in an archetypal way, as the deepest and more animalistic parts of us. It was surprising to me, based on my experiences with fairies, that this would be the case, but I could see how it could be as they are fairly sexual beings. I don't think this is bad, but they are often sources of higher wisdom as well, especially in that they are connected to flying, and in that way the air. They are often full of light, laughter, and also love. Many of them are.
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Old 01-05-2020, 11:11 PM
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When trying to define where these beings live some names come up in my research, Hades, Arcadia (of the god Pan), and recently I learned about another one, Himavanta forest of Buddhist and Hindu mythology.

Here's an excerpt from The Seven Sermons of The Dead, the words inside the parenthesis are my inclusions:

Man shall distinguish himself both from spirituality and from sexuality. He shall call spirituality Mother (fairy), and set her between heaven and earth. He shall call sexuality Phallos (satyr), and set him between himself and earth. For the Mother and the Phallos are super-human daemons which reveal the world of the gods. They are for us more effective than the gods, because they are closely akin to our own nature. Should ye not distinguish yourselves from sexuality and from spirituality, and not regard them as of a nature both above you and beyond, then are ye delivered over to them as qualities of the pleroma. Spirituality and sexuality are not your qualities, not things which ye possess and contain. But they possess and contain you; for they are powerful daemons, manifestations of the gods, and are, therefore, things which reach beyond you, existing in themselves. No man hath a spirituality unto himself, or a sexuality unto himself. But he standeth under the law of spirituality and of sexuality.
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Old 08-05-2020, 06:23 PM
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Definitely I've made peace with the race of satyrs, or at least some of them. Been arrogant here calling them names and thinking that I am superior. This probably displeased their god, so they humbled me by making me do something I said I wouldn't do, that is, to shake hands with one of them.

I can sense the divine humour in that experience, being attracted by the music and complimenting the flutist, then I felt embarrassed while they stared at me. Maybe it had something to do with the person sitting next to him, I didn't pay much attention. Thinking now, it could have been Dionysus, but he wasn't carrying a thyrsus, it would have been too obvious.

We're different, I still can't sympathize with what they do, but I better be respectful, you don't wanna annoy a god and have him teach you a lesson in humility.
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Old 12-05-2020, 01:23 PM
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My first memory of the dream was of a magician performing to a small public. One of his tricks was to hide small fluffy red balls inside his socks and make them appear elsewhere. I was standing close by and decided to check how his trick worked. What I saw was this billiard table, and the hole had a passage that conducted the objects to another place. Then there was a trick where he was shot by an arrow while lying on the floor. For some reason I sat beside him and hoped the arrow wouldn't hit me and ruin his presentation.

Later on I was talking with some friends who were not from the human realm. There was a disagreement between one of them and the others. I told him that he was important there and should not turn his back on us. The place was like a vacation camp, with pools, dormitories, leisure areas, etc.

In the leisure area we were talking and playing games on the early night. Then one girl passed naked, running around. I have mental filters to block nudity, so that was very strange. Anyway, I didn't know that I was again among the fairies, thought she was one of those girls who like to get high, drunk, and go out doing silly things. I yelled to make fun of her:

-Hey, you forgot your clothes!

She replied with irony:

-Yeah, that's sacred.

Then after a few moments another girl passed naked, and I said the same thing:

-You forgot your clothes!

Not sure that she replied. One of the guys said that she was his ex-girlfriend. Then after a few more minutes another girl passed, but this one only didn't have her shirt on. In the dream I didn't recognize her, but she was probably my fairy friend.

Suddenly a great commotion in the sky. A squadron of aeroplanes and helicopters were escorting a dark, evil cloud. I thought it was some kind of classified military activity, like those ufo cover-ups. Now I think those were divine beings conducting demons to another area. I also thought, while in the dream, that it may have had something to do with the virus.

That cloud had a very strong evil presence, it made the air heavy, it made me dizzy and gave me headache as it passed above in the sky. I almost couldn't stand it with my normal self, so I evoked my higher-self. It worked, it was no longer able to affect me, but the people who were with me were gone or just distant.

Then I saw a cat coming from behind a bush, a black and white one. I thought it was related to the cloud, an image that I could interact with to communicate with the cloud, but now I know that it wasn't. The cat turned into a tiger, green and white. Since I assumed he was the intelligence of the cloud (that was now gone and the planes had taken it somewhere else), and also assumed that the cloud was the virus, I tried to talk to him. I wanted to start by creating some affinity between us, so I said:

-I also agree that humans do everything wrong...

It seemed that he was about to say something, but I guess he just roared. He wasn't the cloud, he was just a creature of the Himavanta. When I was there I couldn't understand it.

I tried to pet his head, but he was a wild beast, he backed away and hissed. He wouldn't attack me, I was with divine power. The dream ended while I confusedly tried to speak with the creature.


Climax of the dream: squadron of aeroplanes conducting the demon cloud.

Best moments: sharing lovely moments with my friends and seeing the nymphs running around.

Tension: interacting with the exotic wild beast.
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Old 17-05-2020, 04:27 PM
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The last trick of the magician reminded me of the death of Krishna. It seems my experience is being enriched by exposing me to other entities, not only from Greek mythology, but also Buddhism and Hinduism. And we're all friends, since light associates with light, and darkness with darkness.

The guy who was in disagreement with the others, I don't know any of those people in real life, but he was a good friend, someone who would be missed. His attitude is like my own attitude, that's why I sympathized with him.

The first nymph that appeared walking around without clothes, there's a pattern here. She is the same girl that appeared in that school dream, flooding the sinks in the boys restroom. It always feels like I'm not supposed to be seeing her. She is a witty little spirit. I had the same impression from that other dream, that if it was a man doing something like that, they would call him out on it.

That's what I did, I told her she wasn't wearing clothes. Maybe her reply wasn't ironic, she could have been complimenting me for my attitude.

The dark cloud was very nasty, disturbing to look at. It had disgusting larva hanging from it. I was happy the squadron of aeroplanes and helicopters had it under control. They were my heroes, I wanted to be part of the team and do what they do.

My higher self turned my experience around, it was almost like a different dream, but I'm sure it wasn't. I wanted to have a chance to overpower that cloud too, which caused me to confuse the cat and the tiger with it.

The green tiger enriched my experience with elements from other mythologies.
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Old 20-05-2020, 09:49 PM
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Considering all these experiences so far, the moment I felt most vulnerable was when I flew to the East and landed among the satyrs.

I had a bad opinion about them, which probably caused me to have an unpleasant experience with them. Was about to give up on that dream when they started surrounding me. My mind was blocked and I couldn't remember any spell to use against them. Started mentally calling for help while thinking, "Do I fight until they overpower me or do I wake up right now?"

Then my higher self manifested, but I didn't know who he was, whether friendly or not. He saved me there.

I was asking them how to be able to tell when entities are in disguise. One of them touched my chest. Maybe he was my own satyr, maybe he meant I could tell in my heart, maybe he was checking me out...

The point is, I haven't confronted them. Didn't feel like I could just arrive at their realm and cast spells on them, that could get me in trouble with higher beings.

Now I try to see them as friendly creatures, and my reasoning is that I can't judge them based on morals that exist in the human world. I assume the supernatural realm is perfect, the human realm is imperfect, if I try to change them I mess up.

But what if one of them is causing trouble?

In the arts, cherubs and cupids are the ones who contend with the wicked satyrs:

https://www.britishmuseum.org/collec..._1834-0804-303

https://www.artic.edu/artworks/76133...ishing-a-satyr

http://www.artnet.com/artists/guido-reni/a-cherub-struggling-with-a-satyr-the-clash-tgd-0_DynbxDRCqKt7ikSw2

The gods will also punish them when they get out of control. There's the story of Apollo that flayed Marsyas alive, after the latter challenged him for a musical battle. In a painting by Jacques Sébastien Le Clerc, Diana has a satyr punished in a trial. And there's also the myth of the nymph Amymone, who was almost caught by a satyr when she was searching for a spring, but ended up being rescued by Poseidon.

I'd say always have a plan for whatever you may encounter out there. In those first experiences I was lost and had no idea what to do.
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