September 14, 2003

Spiritually Balancing Teas

At long last, I am posting part of a dream I had over a year ago that contained, I believe, true information about two kinds of very special tea. These teas can help balance one's emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual selves. The reason I am posting the dream is that, after having the dream, I did research to see if those kinds of teas existed, and I found that one of them did, indeed, exist with the exact name I received in the dream. So here are the significant portions of the dream (there was much, much more to it, but I am only posting the soul of the dream for brevity's sake).

Sunday, August 25, 2002

... As I was gazing up into the evening sky, my brother David and I both saw one or more flying saucers, quite large, circling distantly above the house. We felt no sense of danger—just anticipation.

We watched silently as evening continued to fall and the saucers continued to circle, then finally spoke to each other about what we were seeing. By the time we spoke, evening had fallen completely and we were looking up into the night sky. The saucers were gone. Instead, in the night sky, we saw two beautiful new rings of stars that were quite bright, very close to each other, and were somehow connected to each other. They were slightly to the east of the meridian and zenith of the sky.

I lay on my back with a small hand monocular to see them better, then saw that writing was appearing in the rings. The message had something to do with preparing oneself for the end times. It predicted that there would be four rings of stars total in the sky (these two were the first two), and when all four appeared, that would signal the end of our times as we know it and the start of a new era. There was also the implication that each ring represented a pillar of some sort, with four being the number of completion and totality for whatever they represented. I somehow knew or guessed that the other two would be separate from these two, but also joined to each other, and I speculate that each pair represents the joining of mind and body and of will and emotions.

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January 25, 2003

Coconut Oil

This is just a brief fragment from a dream I had last night. In it, I dreamed that scientists had taken a closer and more microscopic look at coconut oil, and had found that it was enough different that it warranted being placed in a class by itself. They also found that, far from being unhealthy as is being taught today, that it had some unique things to offer. In the dream, I thought of how ironic it was that people whose culture included lots of coconuts in their diet had been reducing their use of coconuts because of the scientists, and now here it was shown that once again, scientists had been wrong.

Just as they were when they said that one must avoid wooden cutting boards because they "must" be unsanitary. Once someone actually tested this assertion, there was quite a lot of egg on a lot of faces, because it turned out that wooden cutting boards are more sanitary and safer than plastic. (Of course, you still have to clean that board!)

I am not saying that my dream was true about coconuts and coconut oil. In fact, I have no idea what the dream might mean. The lesson here is that one must always listen to one's own inner guidance. With so many conflicting stories and sets of "scientific" data, one could be pushed and pulled in many directions otherwise.