Dreams are one of the most mysterious and intriguing aspects of human experience. They provide us with a window into the unconscious mind, and can often reveal our deepest fears, desires, and emotions. One of the most common elements of dreams is the presence of animals, which can represent a wide range of symbolic meanings.
From a subconscious level, animals in dreams can represent different aspects of the self, including instincts, emotions, and behaviors. In some cases, they can even represent certain archetypes that have been present in human culture for thousands of years.
In this article, we will explore the role that animals play in our dreams, with a particular focus on the symbolism of goats and dogs. We will also examine the connection between these animals and the zodiac, as well as the darker and more demonic aspects that can be associated with them.
The Symbolism of Goats in Dreams Goats have a long history of symbolism in human culture, dating back thousands of years. In many cultures, goats are associated with fertility, abundance, and even divinity. In ancient Greece, for example, goats were often associated with the god Pan, who was a symbol of wildness, fertility, and the natural world.
From a symbolic perspective, goats can represent a wide range of things in our dreams. In some cases, they may represent a sense of abundance or prosperity, as goats are often seen as symbols of wealth and good fortune. They may also represent a sense of independence and self-reliance, as goats are known for their ability to navigate difficult terrain and survive in harsh environments.
Could we surmise that the imagery for a dog represents an ordinary animal in the nature, while it’s opposite is an upright human form with the head of a dog or God?
Wherein the God Set is the ancient Egyptian dog headed God.
This may lead us to ask as to whether there are links from ancient Egypt to Biblical Scripture, as we find ourselves asking why did Jesus ride a donkey within the narrative of the Bible?
Is Jesus portraying the idea that his ministry or teachings rest on the shoulders of a donkey?
Whereas Set is the ancient Egyptian donkey headed God.
While we may also conclude that Moses within the Bible, may be Ra-Moses or Rameses the great, whose father is Set?.
Wherein the Bible expands upon the geonolgy from God to Jesus and portrays the idea that Adam and Eve had three sons, Cain, Abel and Set.
While the story goes on to say how Cain kills Abel and therefore Abel has no bloodline, whereas Cain’s people don’t survive the flood in Noah’s time, as it is Set’s bloodline which all humanity has come from, according to the Bible.
Here a fitting conclusion may lead us to believe that if Adam is the son of God, then Set is the grandson of God and therefore Set would call God grandfather.
While interestingly enough some Native American tribes call God or the great spirit grandfather.
According to the Bible it would be Set who would most appropriately have called God grandfather and this might suggest that the Set which is spoken of in the Bible comes from the America’s.
The Bible also describes how Noah made the ark from gopher wood, while the gopher just happens to be an animal in America which is commonly associated with cutting down and felling trees.
Did the biblical Set come from the Meso-American world and take the knowledge of pyramid building to ancient Egypt?.
The word Set has the most amount of definitions in the English language, could Set have travelled to Ireland and England at some time and taken the English language from the Aztek world?, whereby making the word Aztek to actually mean A to Z of tech or technology?.