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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

While dream interpretation may not be accurate, it is certainly not new. The Beatty Papyrus, written around 1350 B.C. and discovered at Thebes, is the oldest dream dictionary existing today. It describes special dream-interpreting priests called 'Masters of the Secret Things' or 'Learned Ones of the Magic Library.'

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Today's Random Fact:

Common themes occurring in different types of dreams include Animals, Anxiety, Authority, Bad Dreams and Nightmares, Being Lost Dreams, Buildings, Colors, Danger, Flying, Houses and Home, Places, Money, Sex, Scenery, Wars, Weather and Work.

Bonus Fact:

Animals often represent the part of your psyche that feels connected to nature and survival. Being chased by a predator suggests you're holding back repressed emotions like fear or aggression.

Being chased is one of the most common dream symbols in all cultures. It means you're feeling threatened, so reflect on who's chasing you (they may be symbolic) and why they're a possible threat in real life.

Falling is a common dream symbol that relates to our anxieties about letting go, losing control, or somehow failing after a success.

Houses can host many common dream symbols, but the building as a whole represents your inner psyche. Each room or floor can symbolize different emotions, memories and interpretations of meaningful events.

Nudity is one of the most common dream symbols, revealing your true self to others. You may feel vulnerable and exposed to others. Showing off your nudity may suggest sexual urges or a desire for recognition.

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