Monthly Archives: April 2021

The foursome I never had: a dream interpretation.

 Howdy everyone, sorry I haven’t posted in lately, but I’ve been working on a dream video that I’ll post soon.  I really am getting this dream stuff down, finally, after 60 years of dreams that I’ve had which would happen years later.  You see, I come from a long-line of backwoods midwifes, animal doctors, and fortune tellers.  Yep, good old-fashion American Hillbilly Gypsies — yes, it is a thing (thang for my Texas readers).  What pleases me most is that I still have many premonition dreams which mean I still have years left on this earth, unless that is, the dreams are for my next life… be still my Buddhist heart.  Nonetheless, last night’s dream was a weird one: a guy I worked with on a few films until I found out  he was a White Supremacist and so stopped working with him, was in last night’s dream.  It took place at work where we were having a foursome with another man and a woman I loved.  The other man was a mystery.  That’s right, that faceless person in dreams.  

The White Supremacist guy was doing it to my woman while I was kissing her.  Yes, I was getting off but hated myself while doing so.  The other guy was standing in a corner.  I heard someone coming and so ran and left the others behind.  The person who came was the HR leader.  That’s right, the nemesis of my work life: the Human Resources person who was very cheerful even when telling you to hit the road, “You’re fired!”  “Oh, and please leave me a good review on the company Webpage.” 

Yes, the dream got weird and so I tried to run away from it.  I went to another office where the White Supremacist guy was in a meeting with other business people and he joyfully winked at me.  I ran to another office where I found a desk to hide under.  Yep, a safe place that I try to find in all my dreams.  

Okay, the analysis.  The “safe place” is from my early childhood when my Step Father beat my mother while I hid in the closet with my best friend the Hoover vacuum cleaner — which looked like R2B2 in the Star Wars movies.   The weird sex stuff is just because I haven’t had any since the Republican Party was still respectable and not the party of dissenting Neo Nazis on steroids — pow, right between the eyes, someone had to say it.  And finally, the faceless man… well… me.  Yes, the faceless person in dreams is always that part of us we don’t want to own up to.  In my case, that deviant self that is hidden which might share in a perverted sexual thing with three guys and his girlfriend, but fortunately never have because I escape the act before it happened.  

 My childhood safe place was in the closet with the family Hoover. 

Okay, so that’s today’s dream interpretation.  

If you want me to analysis your dream, please respond.  The first one is free. 

~~ Dr TV Boogie, Dream Analysis. 


444 Message From My Angel, yeah!

My year of discontentment is over!  I have my Covid shot 1 of 2,  work is picking up, and I’m cancer free!  This has to be the reason I keep seeing the numbers 444.  It first happened after I had the spot of cancer removed from my right lung, I woke up one night, looked at the clock and it read 4:44 exactly. 

It happens.  

But then it happened again at the exact time the next night: the clock read 4:44 when I woke from sleep.  

Ok, that’s two. 

And yes, a third day I woke up from a nap in the middle of the afternoon and looked at the iPhone clock and it read:

 So after seeing the number three times I knew it was more than coinkydink, and so began my research of 444 by googling 444:

According to willowsoul.com it is a sign from my guardian angel saying “You’re not alone…Departed Ones Are Sending a Message…You Are On The Path to Spiritual Awakening.”

Wow, I had chanted before I started seeing the 4’s for my deceased mother to send me a message.  I have a picture of her on my Buddhist altar and looked at it and said, “If you can, give me a sign, I’m tired of wondering.” 

And so the 4’s stared appearing.  More importantly, I hadn’t heard from my Guardian Angel since I had a car accident in my 20’s and she grabbed me from behind and whispered in my right ear “It’s Going To Be Okay.” My 1963 Volkswagen Beetle had been demolished and I woke up outside it with a group of people standing over me.  Somehow I had been lifted up by my angels arms and placed outside the car.  That was 40 years ago.  

So for those of you who don’t believe in Angels, or worse, think they are things from a Christian God only, you’re wrong.  We all have a guardian spirit who comes to us in need, if we open to it through prayer no matter what definition we give it. 

~~ Eso Terry


My Favorite Spring Celebration and Easter Hymm Celebrating My Savior Donald Trump.

On Easter Sunday, a bunny will deliver chocolate eggs to many households across the world.  Have you ever wondered how this seemingly bizarre tradition came to be?  Well, it turns out Easter actually began as a pagan festival celebrating spring in the Northern Hemisphere, long before the advent of Christianity.
Since per-historic times, people have celebrated the equinoxes and the solstices as sacred times. The spring equinox is a day where the amount of dark and the amount of daylight is exactly identical, so you can tell that you’re emerging from winter because the daylight and the dark have come back into balance. ” 

Piero della Francesca's Resurrection painting

Following the advent of Christianity, the Easter period became associated with the resurrection of Christ.  In the first couple of centuries after Jesus’s life, feast days in the new Christian church were attached to old pagan festivals. Spring festivals with the theme of new life and relief from the cold of winter became connected explicitly to Jesus having conquered death by being resurrected after the crucifixion.

Easter’s changing date

In 325AD the first major church council, the Council of Nicaea, determined that Easter should fall on the Sunday following the first full moon after the spring equinox.  That is why the date moves and why Easter festivities are often referred to as “moveable feasts.”  There’s a defined period between March 25 and April 25 on which Easter Sunday must fall, and that’s determined by the movement of the planets and the Sun. In most countries in Europe, the name for Easter is derived from the Jewish festival of Passover. So in Greek the feast is called Pascha, in Italian Pasqua, in Danish it is Paaske, and in French it is Paques: however, in English-speaking countries, and in Germany, Easter takes its name from a pagan goddess from Anglo-Saxon England who was described in a book by the eighth-century English monk Bede. Eostre was a goddess of spring or renewal and that’s why her feast is attached to the vernal equinox. In Germany the festival is called Ostern, and the goddess is called Ostara.

Rabbits and eggs as ancient symbols of new life

Many of the pagan customs associated with the celebration of spring eventually became absorbed within Christianity as symbols of the resurrection of Jesus. Eggs, as a symbol of new life, became a common people’s explanation of the resurrection; after the chill of the winter months, nature was coming to life again.

Traditionally decorated Easter eggs

During the Middle Ages, people began decorating eggs and eating them as a treat following mass on Easter Sunday after fasting through Lent. This is actually something that still happens, especially in eastern European countries like Poland.  The custom of decorating hard-boiled eggs or blown eggs is still a very popular folk custom.  Rabbits and hares are also associated with fertility and were symbols linked to the goddess Eostre. The first association of the rabbit with Easter, according to Professor Cusack, was a mention of the “Easter hare” in a book by German professor of medicine Georg Franck von Franckenau published in 1722.  He recalls a folklore that hares would hide the colored eggs that children hunted for, which suggests that as early as the 18th century, decorated eggs were hidden in gardens for egg hunts.

Commercialization, confectionery and greeting cards

Chocolate easter eggs and bunnies wrapped in foil

Commercialization during the 19th century saw rabbits become a popular symbol of Easter with the growth of the greeting card industry. Postage services became affordable and people wanted to keep in touch with people, and so companies like Hallmark became big by launching images of cute little rabbits and Easter eggs on cards.
The first edible Easter bunnies made from sugared pastry were made in Germany in the 19th century. Big confectionery companies, like Cadbury in England, started manufacturing chocolate eggs. Chocolate that used to be something that’s bitter and drunk became something that was sweetened and turned into a confectionery treat by the capitalist looking for a quick buck. Today, chocolate eggs and egg hunts are a popular part of Easter celebrations around the world.

~~ No matter what you’re belief this Easter, enjoy and accept other’s no matter if they believe your myth or not.  It’s the only way were going to achieve the society we all want. 

                                                       ~~Eso Terry


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