Threads of the Divine

Significance in Real Life and Time

As times passes, the meaning of this particular dream, like many important dreams, has become more complex and more relevant to the dreamer and any who care to look into the symbolic relationships it proposes. The primary element of complexity is the synchronicity of relationship between crop circles, vesica pisces, and the vase and carpet. The sychronistic experience happened spontaneously via an action apparently unrelated to the dream, i.e. the search in a dictionary for the meaning of a symbol seen in a crop circle formation. Through the connection to the painting by Pedro Berruguette, the phenomenon addressed by the dream is seen to have been working in the world from at least as early as the 15th century when the painting was created.

Without the above mentioned 'coincidence', the dream's meaning would remain one of vague hope for a sublime event represented by the amazingly beautiful, and unusual vase. It would indicate some reference to the Divine Feminine because of the gold and the vase shape. It would be instructing the dreamer to concentrate on this spiritual element in her life rather than be bothered with trivial details about material expenses. It does let the dreamer know that it pertains to spiritual matters because the carpet is a de facto symbol of the spiritual space.

With the synchronistic connections, appearing 28 years later, the meaning of the dream takes on a wider relevance. When it is seen in view of the contemporary phenomenon of the crop circles, the dream can amplify some of the raison d'être of the crop circles and they in turn amplify the meaning of the dream. Vesica Pisces, as a crucial factor in the relationship, refers to the origins of Creation and to the Feminine Principle or, Great Goddess. So we have some statement in the dream and in many crop circles, whose sacred geometry is formed from the foundation of a Vesica Pisces, that the Divine Feminine is incipient, immanent and operative in the regeneration taking place in the world.

We also see that the issue addressed is not only of this time, but encompasses ancient times as well. Most of the crop circles in Britain appear near ancient landmarks, megalithic ruins, medieval churches, neolithic forts, or ancient sacred grounds.

What's In Store?

The setting of the dream is in a house with a 'store window' that has been inherited by a woman from her uncle.

Change: Two 'new people' arrive on the scene. Formerly, the owner was a single male, the uncle. Now, there is a female owner who has a male 'partner' involved in the house and property.

She has renovated it and the man is hanging around to get what he can. He got rid of the soccer players who played in the front. The woman was worried about paying for things and about the arrangement of the carpet.

The issue of the house has become the concern of the woman, the Feminine Principle. The Masculine Principle is still around, but not in a dominant role and he must wait on the Feminine owner to get treasures. He does arrange to stop activity (of the soccer game) that can be destructive, even though is it interesting to watch. The game, similar to football, hockey, rugby, etc., is based on a polarized field where both sides are working against each other in order to 'win', as in war.

So the working relationship of the Masculine and the Feminine has changed to a relationship of equals perhaps; they both concern themselves with the care of the house and property.

Advice: The direction given in the dream is to concentrate on the vase. The vase has golden handles. Gold is traditionally associated with divinity. The handles correspond to the two circles that form the vesica pisces. Two symbols of the divine, coming together to bring about a new formation. The neck of the vase corresponds to the mandorla-shaped intersection of the two circles. It leads to the opening from which the 'NEW" will emerge. The cost of letting go of concern for old values is not important; the vase holds the promise for the new, an unknown, but something that must be given attention and trust.

The SYMBOLISM OF THE VASE itself is one relating to the origins and creation of life.

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events which are perceived as causally unrelated occurring as meaningful parts of a paradigm. In order to count as synchronicity, the events involved would generally be unlikely to occur together or in a causal sequence. The particular appearance of the vase in the painting, the search for symbols regarding crop circles and the actual dream content all seemed to coincide in the discreet and single event of opening the dictionary to a certain page. This event contributes to the interpretation of the dream.