Mysterious Omens in Dreams – Are There Meaningful Omens?
Mystery is part of human nature. Science has attempted to explain a great deal of mystery with science fiction, fantasy and more. Many people see the world as a puzzle, where the real puzzles are those that cannot be fully explained by science. This is a theme that runs through much of Mystery TV shows. My attempts at a mystery theme in my articles have met with mixed success, but I will try in future articles to explore this theme more fully.
A lot of people believe in the power of dreams to influence and guide our lives, particularly our dreams about love. They often cite a science fiction story where the character Vito Corleone saw his dead wife floating in a puddle of water in his dreams. This led him to take her place in his life, loving her, planning his future with her, and even taking a relationship to the next level in his dreams.
But there is also a side to Vito’s dream interpretation. Is this simply the product of how we all interpret dreams, or is there something else going on here? Some psychologists think that the interpretation of dreams involves many layers of meaning hidden beneath the ordinary scientific explanation. Many of us have our own theories about the mysterious omens in dreams. And if you pay attention to the various symbols used in Native American totems, you can get a good glimpse into the beliefs and cultures of the American Indian people, before even trying to interpret these symbols for yourselves.
Symbolism can often tell us a lot about a culture
For example, the Polynesians had a fascinating culture of facial paintings and facial tattoos. They were not always beautiful depictions of beauty, but each represented a important position in their society. It took a lot of effort for a male Polynesian to earn the right to attend the annual dances held at the beginning of the Mardi Gras season. A male Polynesian was considered worthy to go to the house of every male member of the tribe for a bath, unless he was related to some chief who had the power to determine which man was worthy to attend the dance. This symbolism was not only a way to separate the tribes, but it also seemed to keep the women well hidden from the men.
In other parts of the world, dream interpretation also has much symbolism. The Japanese, for example, have several symbols that are used to represent various things. Each of these has a different meaning, but they all have something to do with the nature of the Japanese culture. Each symbol represents a task or duty. While you are dreaming, you may find yourself focusing on a particular symbol, and that may be what you are attempting to accomplish.
For example, one of the most common symbols used by the Ancient Egyptians in their dreams is the Eye of Horus. This eye, also known as the “Crown”, has always been associated with judgment and direction. As well as the placement of this eye in the sky, it has another importance among the ancient Egyptian culture. This eye was supposed to guard against drunkenness.
Another symbol found in Egyptian culture is the Eye of Ra
This is also an important eye, but in a different sense than we generally think of the eye as being a guidance system for us. This eye may represent our internal balance. It may also symbolize our connection to the sky god, Ra.
Ancient civilizations also placed importance on the stars. They began to place importance on the presence of these celestial bodies at each time of the year. These celestial objects also had a symbolic importance as well. Many of the sacred sites were also identified with constellations.