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The Frogs (Ancient Greek: Βάτραχοι Bátrachoi, "Frogs") is a comedy written by the Ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes. It was performed at the Lenaia, one of the Festivals of Dionysus, in 405 BC, and received first place
story of the god Dionysus, despairing of the state of Athens' tragedians, and allegedly recovering from the disastrous Battle of Arginusae
Originally posted by BiggerPicture
flute mean reunion or reconnection
frog means change or leap of faith
Originally posted by GmoS719
Not all dreams have to mean something.
Your mind pieces together things you've experienced in life into one crazy puzzle.
Originally posted by bulldetector
Could it be a pied piper thing?
Originally posted by MESSAGEFROMTHESTARS
please don't over think this, as I have obviously done, just try and suggest what the frog and the flute means LOL!
Thank you in advance.
"Frogs in the church? What does this mean? We find the answer in the book of Revelation. The book of Revelation tells us that frogs represent unclean spirits that come from the mouth of the beast. The book of Revelation is highly symbolic as it the rest of the bible. When the bible speaks of frogs, it is speaking of those who try to follow the law of God by their own works of righteousness in the flesh." Source
"The three most prominent characteristics of a frog are pomposity, an air of superior wisdom and knowledge, and a continual croaking. The teachings associated with frogs would be doctrines of bombast and pomposity, an attempt to overawe with dignity and assumed authority."