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    Spellbee Summer Comp - Day 3 - Rebels and Colonists

    by , 09-04-2017 at 05:25 PM (479 Views)
    Dream 1.
    Shopping along with some acquaintances. Looking at full body hoodies and being silly.

    Dream 2.
    I am in the African jungle with rebels, spending time with a few native kids, especially one boy. Though he was born from the rebels, he doesn't feel he belongs with them and has further isolated himself. He shows me his secret tree house and shows me his baby brother. They have no mother. I hold the baby and decide I must find baby formula for him so he can survive. I leave on my quest and enter a building. I sneak my way past the workers and find a kitchen. I ask a woman for baby formula. There is none but she tells me babies can also eat brown sugar and grains so she hands that to me from a trailer truck. We are outside in the jungle. My father and brother are with me. On the muddy street, I see white religious fanatics riding motorcycles towards the rebel camp with tall thin metal crosses above them. I run behind them, but off the road and in the jungle so they won't see me, my father and brother behind me. We are on the muddy road again. Two kids are with my father and brother. I tell them to hide; we are white and they are black; we can offer them no protection when the religious colonists see them. They go away. All the kids are hiding. Some have stolen access cards to hide in a government facility. I am looking for the boy and baby from before but I also end up in the government facility. A woman on my side makes a comment and suddenly the bad guys know I am an antagonist so they shoot at us from higher levels accessible by escalators. I take cover close to the wall. The bad guys boss comes down with his pistol closer to me and I rise up to meet him climbing the wall to a platform. He goes to shoot me but I fight back and point the gun at his head. I shoot him multiple time but it just makes him weak. A higher up authority arrives. We are surrounded. I move around trying to do something but eventually decide to just stand by and wait to see what happens next. The authority talks to some people and the dream ends.
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    1. DawnEye11's Avatar
      Did you ever read the book "A long Way Gone"? I read that book like a bazillion times on my train ride to and from school because I always just had it in my bag along with a Alice and wonderland book. It was mostly there just to help pass the time but after reading your dream journal entry it reminded of what happened in the book with the rebels, corrupt govt and people trying to assist those caught in the middle of the war. Ofcourse there could be other books you read or a movie that could have influenced your dream too. But I was just curious. :3
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    2. Occipitalred's Avatar
      Hmm, no. I never read that book, though I did read Alice in Wonderland. Probably not what inspired this dream though.
      I have read "No hay silencio que no termine" which is the story of Ingrid Betancourt kidnapped by rebels in Colombia. Taking care of children is a theme in my dreams because I have done it for a job and as a volunteer.
      It's easy for the government to take the role of the tyrannical order archetype, and I wish I wouldn't dream of it this way as often because I should also trust order. yet, in the dream, when I defeated the bad guy, I had hope that his superior would not be as corrupt and would cease the tyranny. So that seems balanced now that I think of it.
      It's nice that you always have books with you when taking the train. I use to just sleep it off (but no dreams)
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    3. DawnEye11's Avatar
      Hmm, no. I never read that book, though I did read Alice in Wonderland. Probably not what inspired this dream though.
      I have read "No hay silencio que no termine" which is the story of Ingrid Betancourt kidnapped by rebels in Colombia. Taking care of children is a theme in my dreams because I have done it for a job and as a volunteer.
      It's easy for the govelrnment to take the role of the tyrannical order archetype, and I wish I wouldn't dream of it this way as often because I should also trust order. yet, in the dream, when I defeated the bad guy, I had hope that his superior would not be as corrupt and would cease the tyranny. So that seems balanced now that I think of it.
      It's nice that you always have books with you when taking the train. I use to just sleep it off (but no dreams)
      Hehe Yeah, there are no rebels in Alice In Wonderland.
      Okay. Thanks for explaining.Its true that trust is very important when it comes to govt.Its unfortunate there are people who are struggling under tyrannical govt though.
      Thx If I could I would sleep. But there are a lot of creepers out there. Can't you miss your stop like that too? XD
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    4. Occipitalred's Avatar
      Though maybe Alice was a rebel

      I have missed my stop a few times but I generally would always wake up in time
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    5. DawnEye11's Avatar
      Though maybe Alice was a rebel
      Lol Well.. I guess in wonderland she was. She did go up against the queen.
      I have missed my stop a few times but I generally would always wake up in time
      : DThat's impressive but it can leave you vulnerable to being touched or robbed by a stranger. However, if you've been doing it for quite some time, maybe you luckily dont get alot of creepers on your train.
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    6. Occipitalred's Avatar
      I'm from a safe city
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    7. DawnEye11's Avatar
      I'm from a safe city
      Amazing.I wish my city was that safe.
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