- ... Hey Volk! ... coming ... By sort of doing a running comentary as we go along unfortunately this one was a while ago and i didn t note down everything theyMessage 1 of 68 , Mar 25 10:45 AMView Source
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> 1. Blood Red Moon
> > [How does the reported sensation of doom involved with the scene
> > translate to that couple?] - In the way that they know it's
> > and how. there kind of showing it to me.
> How do they do this?
By sort of doing a running comentary as we go along unfortunately
this one was a while ago and i didn't note down everything they said
just the phrase that stuck in my mind.
> > Gothic motive?
> Vampires, Werewolves, the whole corona, quoi.
Nothing like that, never had any of those things in a dream before.
> 2. Sleeping parameters
> > Well both [morgue, slaughterhouse] are particularly creepy so i'd
> > avoid both. I'd probably hate a morgue though. i once visited a
> > block of flats that used to be an isolation hospital and that was
> > creepy enough!
> How would the following factors relate (to such dedicated space):
> 1. extreme heights or depths;
> 2. extreme distance to human civilization;
> 3. presence of rats, bats, bugs, etc. whether visible or not;
> 4. (earlier) occurrence of alleged crime(s) or related acts;
> 5. (earlier or ongoing) occurrence of worship, esp. when not
> to established mass religions;
> 6. perception of bodily substances, such as (but not confined to)
> smell of blood;
> 7. presumed presence of hazardous substances?
I guess it's more if i know that the place is where people died or
dead people have been then i don't like it. Pretty common i guess.
> 3. "Third Leg For Beast"
> > How unusual, are all of your dreams of this content (to do with
> > beasts)?
> Rather not. Major motives/topics as submitted earlier. Lots of
> concepts/imagery/.. of late.
> > Do you believe that there are hidden meanings relating to
> > your life in your dreams in relation to the third leg and hostile
> > environment?
> As to the former, certainly so; hence our game. As to the latter,
> oneiric third leg, more or less, was the fruit of what might be
> substitute activity, or non-activity rather, like contemplating
> running nose, or blood oozing from a wound, in lieu of blowing
> nose and putting on a fresh bandage, respectively. As said, the leg
> would have proved unfit for (faster) running, since an awkward
> ment of human symmetry (growing some 45° from the right hip, rather
> than making a potent coccyx extension), which is why - once used,
> then caught, eventually lost - it was kind of easy to abandon such
> since it never really pertained to the body.
> Another sample of tissue growth, fresh from the vaults, involves
> patient, met on ashen hillocks, who managed to grow her cancer out
> her body and use the "aprons" thus created for extra motion
> rather than flying) and ingestion (taking maritime life as a
So it's not always you who turns into a beast or has something
happen to them, you can be watching someone else undergo this
transformation also? When you say you grew a third leg could you
observe or feel this happening?
Thanks for the reply Volk!
Speak to you soon.
- Hullo Grace, Thanks for your response. ... 1. When would you say that sth like a change in yr perception of dreams, and interest therein occurred? 2. WhatMessage 68 of 68 , May 16, 2003View SourceHullo Grace,Thanks for your response.> at the time i would have dreams like this,i did'nt understand what the> point of these things i was doing was.later,of course,when i realized> i'd dreamed of this moment years ago, i knew,well,im operating this> machine or standing here making coffee....but when i would have the> dream i'd wake up and think "why would i be just standing around?"> or all the machines looked so foreinge to me,you know?1. When would you say that sth like a change in yr perception of dreams,and interest therein occurred?2. What accompanying factors (environment, person(s)...) of suchchange could you make out?> um..i have never had scent be a part of a dream....How about other sensorial perception, including temperature, air pressure,altitude, moisture, velocity, mass, time... ?have you?Often. Very intense. Including substitution and cross-pollination (scentsto eat & drink, scents that talk, scents in ultra-vivid shades...).> i quit that job cause i could'nt take it anymore,i dont eat meat!Ethical reasons, hence?> and my boss was screaming at me saying i was too slow.i dont> know what he was talking about,i was busting ass all the time.> later i learned that he was in the military and he was taught that no> matter how good of a job someone is doing to yell at them and make> them work harder.i hated him.that is sooooo wrong.grrr.....Would you say that by so doing he was blindly following the patternthat was drummed into his mind, or that he actually understood thedeeper meaning of such rationale?
Thank you for your time.B(l)est,Volk