who can read dreams?
i just got up from a bad dream. the setting is simple: desert, pretty much like colorado, and there was an old lady. and the old lady is family, i'm pretty sure. you know how in dreams, inspite of the insufficient evidences, you just know. it's like one of those, this lady was from our family. "was" because it's arguable that the lady has been dead for quite some time. anyway, the lady was standing in front of me and then with her gnarly fingers, pointed at me and told me, "witch of endor." i don't remember ever hearing about the witch of endor, but i'm sure i've heard of it. i mean, you don't exactly know and learn new things from dreams, "witch of endor" is probably something i've heard before but didn't pay attention to. so i looked it up in the net, and here's what i found:"In 1 Samuel 28 we find the story of king Saul seeking out the "Witch of Endor" and the apparent appearance of the deceased Samuel from somewhere beyond the grave. Some have appealed to this event to suggest the conscious existence of a person's "undying spirit" in some location beyond this present physical realm."
--- al maxey