posted on Sep, 7 2009 @ 06:28 PM
This is usually much easier face-to-face, lol! I have zero background knowledge of you or the way you interact with society. You've stated that you
are semi-submissive in social situations. We'll go with that. And MY impressions. Don't see this as judgement of your dream, but as an objective
opinion. If it feels like I hit the mark, I probably did. If it feels as if I didn't, I'm probably wrong and we can go into that point further.
The massive demon crouched on the building while people screamed in his horns.
This would seem to be a representation of danger for a group of people which would exclude yourself and a few others. The city is stable, the people
in the horns, having gone about their business, were subjected to the danger. City>People>Danger
The fact that you were involved in something non-mundane at the time suggests that you will not be susceptible to whatever danger is approaching.
They are caged, trapped by this danger while you are not. Their screams and pleas for help compel you as if you might be able to save them. You feel
fear, not terror, implying that this danger is not directed at you, specifically. Their screams are of terror and the danger was directed at them.
The incredulous feeling of the weight of the danger vs. the supporting structure implies an idea beyond your comprehension. The relationships I see
here are that those in jeopardy, the city, the danger and the structure or system supporting that danger are all relevant.
The People Falling from the Sky:
As people fell from the sky, we desperately tried to avoid them.
Of the three dangers involved in the dream, only one was directed at you specifically. This was an indirect hazard. The impact of these people
involved chance and the random element. That you did not want to be knocked back into the water implies that if the random hazard and your path were
to cross, you would be forced into a position you didn't want. I think the color orange is a symbol for caution. You saw where they landed, but
could not directly effect the points of impact. Corroborating the random hazard idea.
The camp is a place of confinement. Though you are a minority, you are not alone. You went against the wishes of others and broke your usual
submission. The blonde with you is faceless. This is usually a sign of either your own personality, or a representation of a person that has a
quality you desire but cannot manifest. She gave you strength, motivation, etc... The fact that they fired on you wasn't enough of a concern to
write about, here, so we'll drop that.
My summary so far:
You are trapped and unaware of the details of your situation. You manifest a character (or the embodiment of a characteristic) to assist you in the
escape. In the process of 'searching' for answers or whatever you were looking for, you come upon a road that you had not traveled which led to a
magnificent danger that many complacent people fell victim to. The people in the fringes, not directly involved with the beast or situation similar
to yours were on threatening courses which would have altered your own.
Both ends of the dream signal a trap. You leave one trap to end up confronting another. The random element could spin you in either direction or in
a totally new one. EACH element of the dream is important in it's own way. It's up to YOU to figure out how. Once you get the core meaning of the
dream, you can then extrapolate the details.
A word of advice. Faceless people in your dream are normally one of the most significant aspects OF the dream. After you establish the primary
purpose, you need to focus on her.