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My Dream
By Helen M Ide   
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Last edited: Wednesday, July 09, 2008
Posted: Wednesday, July 09, 2008

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my dream....

I had a dream last night and for one it is one of the very few I ever remember. In my dream a man appeared on a snow white horse. His dark skin and long black hair made it very evedent that he was a native american. Red feathers hung from the back of his hair while half his face was painted black. A wolfs head sat upon his head making him look very scary. He held a staff in his hand that was decorated in bright feathers and beads and white shells. He wasnt wearing a lot of clothing so his legs were bare except for his tan moccosins. He never said a word to me he just sat and stared for a while, then he smiled and shook his staff at me and laughed as he rode away.  Now this dream was in full color so there was no mistaking him at all. It has left me feeling very unsettled to say the least. Now I am not one for dream interiptation but if someone knows what this is supposed to mean feel free to share it with me.


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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 7/9/2008
I do like this descriptive dream. It could mean that he was making you happy and the smile he gave you let you know he cared for you. Colorful dreams are nice too. Maybe the snow white horse was carrier of good news coming too. Native american customs I don't understand all of them but it seems as this was a very experimental dream and leaving you unsettled should not be cause it was a good colorful and exciting dream to be remembered. See what comes to you in the next days or so.



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