Have you considered the context of the dream you had?
Were there any other key elements associated with the symbol?
Also, what place does symbology have in your every day awake living?
Do you look for synchronicity in your daily routines, or do you find hidden meanings in mundane objects that you encounter?
Do you believe in ritual or do you approach things logically...?
Unfortunately I think the questions I raise are indicative that your dream meanings are purely subjective to some degree...
and therefore this symbol is either random or meaningful depending on a whole host of things - your subconcious thought patterns, and unconcious
However, it does remind me of a fictional star map image/or planetary coordinates...
something to do with outer space...
First thing that came to mind is some sort of Starmap...Im trying to remember...there was some lady abductee who once drew a similiar type drawing
that supposedly later was confirmed as a map of a starsytem...Im just grasping though...see what info you can derive by researching starmaps, if it
doesnt solve your question it may at least be an informative read
The two V's create multidimensional "4's" both forward, backward, upside down, etc.
Also, the three dots.
You want my honest evaluation? It's either a 4th star that will appear in the constellation Orion or did appear at one point, or the third sister of
the three sisters Volcanoes in Oregon will erupt soon.
It looks like the drawing of our solar system in the middle, similar to the Sumerian tablets. Then the three big dots are nearby stars or systems,
maybe other large planets just outside out solar system. and the lines are some sort of directions or flight path. But I like the idea of the forth
dimension . maybe these other planets exist in another dimension.I have read in Discovery magazine that gravity might only exist in our dimension
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