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    Summoning a Chinese Sea Dragon to Swallow a Sea God

    by , 12-27-2018 at 06:27 PM (147 Views)
    Morning of December 27, 2018. Thursday.

    Dream #: 19,001-02. Reading time (optimized): 1 min. Readability score (optimized): 70.



    At night, I am hovering over an unknown region of the ocean, walking on water at times. A miniaturized dam and its spillway are between two rocky outcrops. In proportion with my erroneous size perception, it only seems about six feet in length and about a foot in width. Despite the presence of the ocean, there is a vague awareness of indoor-outdoor ambiguity. An unknown male is with me.

    A sea god, possibly Thaumas, flies down to land atop the dam in a squatting position, on the right of the middle on our side. He appears as an informally dressed slim blond man with a mustache. He pulls a diagonal lever with his teeth, resulting in the water on the opposite side of the dam lowering and vanishing, leaving an expansive floor at the level the ocean’s surface had been. This floor has a break perpendicular to the middle of the dam, implying two sliding doors of enormous size, now closed.

    His act annoys me. I affirm the return of the water, saying that no one else will ever be able to change it. The ocean water flows back to where it had been, presumably as deep as previously.

    I confidently affirm a sea serpent will rise from the ocean depths to swallow this intrusive male. A Chinese sea dragon, with a head the size of a bus, emerges.

    Although rising close to the other male and me, it is not a threat to us. It swallows the sea god and swims away.



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    Updated 08-27-2019 at 10:36 AM by 1390

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