I have met BAPHOMET - who else has met him in a dream?

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posted on Apr, 12 2013 @ 05:50 AM
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they were drinking.

Balphomet is a fine slump buster. Like a moped. fun to ride until your friends see you on it.




posted on Apr, 12 2013 @ 01:11 PM
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Originally posted by network dude
they were drinking.

Balphomet is a fine slump buster. Like a moped. fun to ride until your friends see you on it.


I will remember that next time it and I are playing Spin the Baby.



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 01:28 AM
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Baphomet said I could use the grand hail sign to get people to take me seriously.
Is that right?



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 03:36 AM
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Is this forum full of people who have nothing better to do than deny someone else's experiences?



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 03:51 AM
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reply to post by Unferth
 


While I don't yet grasp what you mean... I find it may appear to be true.



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 03:58 AM
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I had a crazy dream once that I will never forget...
In it, I was being arrested by the Police in a hallway and had handcuffs on me and suddenly this well dressed man appeared and the dream "paused". He talked to me and told me I was dreaming and could do anything I wanted to do.

I suddenly became very aware that I was, in fact dreaming. I made the handcuffs disappear, thanked the guy and flew away into the dreamscape. It was freaking amazing - For the rest of the dream I was fully in control, aware and knew it was a dream- Was so hyper-realistic.

That was like 6-7 years ago and I remember it like it was yesterday and wish it would happen again.

Anyhow, I know its not what you were asking op (and, no- I do not think the 'well dressed guy' was the Devil or baphomet or Lucifer or a minor demon from the 7th level of Hell) but after that experience I fully understand how "REAL" dreams can be.



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 05:15 AM
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I once dreamt that a woman of bloned hair and blue eyes was being placed in an open casket with her daughter and tossed off into the sea alive... I am Hispanic.

The dream has remained with me ever since. Why?
Fellow ATSians... the time has come to shed light on it.
Give to me...



posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 02:56 AM
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You met "IT" you mean... and by that; do you have any feelings about it?

Personally I would not want to give any such freak creature the time of day. It will not be part of any afterlife I am involved in. Those alien creations of Satan for which he was cast out of heaven for making, have no place in my future.
Make sure they do not have a place in yours, for that future is written in stone to be the short one.
Mine will be life everlasting.
Jesus made they grays very angry, and many even left earth looking for new places to colonize, after he stated that he will only be savior to the son's and daughter's of Adam's descendants.



posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 12:46 PM
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Baphomet is the graven image of the Pilgrim.
He is a traveler. Will you not honor the christ and the templars and be an escort and a guide and a protector?



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 10:46 AM
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It is actually not possible to see any face you've never seen in real life in a dream, because anything that happens in your head is purely you. For example, when someone says to themselves "You're being stupid today" Who are you talking to? You've just split yourself into two personalities. The one that takes instruction and the one that tells you what you're doing wrong.

As for the dreams, sometimes when someone sees a picture and sees the figure in their dream, the figure can tell them things that only their deepest subconscious has been trying to tell them, so they assume that they are being spoken to by someone else. And since it is unknown what this figure actually looks like, it only proves that you're only seeing it because you want it to be there.

And to the guy that talked about flying in his dreams- that is called lucid dreaming. It's just where your body goes to sleep but your mind does not. What the mind sees is so real, that this is where most beliefs of alien abduction come from. There is actually a way to induce it, though I have not tried it because in one of the stages, if you accidentally open your eyes then your body is still still asleep, and seems paralyzed to you. However, your mind is both still awake and in a hyper active dream state, so you are able to see things in the room with you. This would make anyone very scared, since they are afraid they cannot move, and thus produces (while you're awake) images of disturbing things that look very real.

Unfortunately, when we can't explain something we like to think it's celestial. This has happened for thousands of years. But the truth is that we don't even fully understand our minds yet, and places of it can be accessed in dream state that we didn't even know existed.

Hope this helped

xx



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 06:20 PM
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I only say you that time ago i knew a person, and he told me that some demon looking just like the baphomet appears at him and his girlfriend, she was in a family that where involved in black magic. the thing didnt do anything but his girlfriend says that appears when she dont "pray" to him. all because her family
i think that case was a demon. just my opinion.
Good luck, dont let things like that bother you, in dreams or anywhere



posted on May, 19 2013 @ 09:20 PM
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dont dabble in this area



posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 11:22 PM
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I once seen dragons..like Futuristic-med-evil dragon
And angels in my dreams shapeshifting.
The hindu gods are demons..or angels too.
I seen a demon in reality too..in human form...

and allah...and i think allahs a demon. not God...Jehovahs a demon too i think.
But not the creator of the universe



posted on Nov, 30 2013 @ 09:15 AM
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Thought I'd elaborate a little over Baphomet. It first showed up during the inquisition trials against the French Templars in the 14th century. Many of them "confessed" under heavy torture to having mocked the cross and to have worshipped the idol of Baphomet, an aphrodite with a goats head often encircled with a pentagram. As it turns out, Baphomet isn't a real word but a code. Written in Hebrew it writes Bet Pe Vav Mem Tav. However, if you apply the Atbash cipher (substitute the first letter with the last, the second with the second to last and so on) you get Sjin Vav Pe Jod Alef-- the Greek word Sophia, meaning Wisdom. Sophia is central in both Gnosticism and Hermetism, but also prominent in Kabbalah as a proper Greek "name" of God's female counterpart Binah, the Divine Mother and the Womb, and Sjekhinah, Divine Immanence, the Kingdom.

The name of the mentioned substitution cipher, Atbash, holds it's secret in the very name. A=T+B=Sj Alef=Tav Bet=Sjin



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