While dreaming of a white stork in ancient Egypt Chanting “Humarun”🎵, I proceeded to chant or sing within the dream, the ancient Egyptian bird brought clarity in the night or in the darkness.!.
Whereas noticing the symbolism within pictures of birds portrayed in ancient Egyptian, the orange disc and its position, the two orange balls at the feet and their meaning..
Noting how chanting is best received when these symbols are noted and implemented into one’s life accordingly.
While a dream of waking up in a strange room, being bearly able to see, hearing someone speak, glancing to see a creature which looked alien and yet at the same time which looked like an animal.
It said “they are burning in the day and smell in the night”.
Another bird within the dream woke up and chanted “Humarun”, it has taken me to ancient Egyptian chanting 🎶🎵, wherein noting how the name of the oldest ancient Egyptian hymn is linguistically similar to the word humarun.
Not ever having visited ancient Egypt or knowing its language, yet somehow dreams of this nature present themselves.
The Hurrian hymns are a compilation of ancient inscribed music, engraved on cuneiform clay tablets excavated from the ancient Amorite, Canaanite city of Ugarit, situated upon a peninsula in northern Syria, dating approximately 1400 BCE.
While one of these tablets, which is almost complete, contains the Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal, a.k.a. the Hurrian cult hymn or A Zaluzi to the Gods, making it the oldest surviving substantially complete work of notated music in the world.
Back as far as 2000 BC, the ancient Egyptians inscribed their dreams on papyrus. While people having vivid and symbolic dreams were thought of as being blessed and were considered special.
Ancient Egyptians believed that dreams were like oracles, bringing messages from the gods. They thought that the best way to receive divine revelation was through dreaming and thus they would induce (or “incubate”) dreams.
- From the Greek – όνειροϛ oneiros, dream, and μαντεία manteia, prophecy.
Is a form of divination based upon dreams, and also uses dreams to predict the future.
- God speaks to Abram while he is in a deep sleep (Genesis 15);
- God speaks to Abimelech, the king of Gerar, concerning his intentions regarding Sarah, Abraham’s wife (Genesis 20);
- Jacob dreams of a ladder to heaven (Genesis 28);
- Solomon conversed with God in his dreams (1 Kings 3);
- Daniel interpreted dreams (in the Book of Daniel 2 and 4);
- Joseph, now husband of Mary, was directed to flee with Mary and Jesus to Egypt (Matthew 2);
- In Acts 2:17, the apostle Peter quotes Joel 2:28, saying that because of the Spirit now out poured, “…your old men will dream dreams.”