Loki

Loki

There are many incarnations and variations for the God Loki. For the most part he is thought of as the Ultimate Trickster God.

In Norse beliefs (Heathen Religion) people who worship him are generally classified as Lokean, while it was used to describe those who choose Loki as the primary deity it has more recently become a religion in its own right. He seems to have an overall lack of concern or empathy for his fellow Gods. Loki often defies not only societal expectations, but also of what we might call “the laws of nature” themselves. Which is what is thought to draw in the majority to his pantheon. Very nihilistic and irreverent, he is playful, but generally malicious with his abilities rooted in illusions. Despite this he can be helpful when it benefits him as displayed in his aid in Ragnarok.

Marvel has created a similar but yet very different incarnation. Despite being the inherent villain, he is slightly more trustworthy and really just misunderstood.  We can attribute more of his angst to his childhood, adoption, and longing to supersede his brothers shadow, caring far to much in what others think. This seems to be rectified in the new series, with a love interest developing between him and a female variant of himself despite her reluctance to reciprocate. This is amazing symbolism showing the value of loving yourself, even when when you make it very hard for for yourself to do so.

 

 

Albino Animals

Albino Animals

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Shark

The shark, to many people, means swiftness for their deceivingly smooth movement, efficiency for their ability to take out pray in a single attack, aggression for their blood thirsty attacks and grisly display of teeth, and taking what you want because a shark is rarely shy about that.

The shark is an apex predator. These are predators that are known to help regulate food chains. This could mean that sharks symbolize a natural and necessary aggressive element which helps to make sure that other species don’t grow wildly out of control, disrupting the ecosystem for everyone else.

Cruella-de-Vil Personal Mythology

Cruella de Vil

SPOILER ALERT

Cruella de Vil’s Story

Orphaned from a young age, Cruella believed right away that she was not only different, but superior. This gets her in a lot of trouble which her mother has a difficult time curbing, going as far to demand that her daughter stop presenting as her persona, Cruella, and instead as the nicer persona, Estella (her birth name). After significant damage to her family she promises her mother she will stop misbehaving, so it could be reasonable to believe she does find fault in herself despite her myths of superiority and much love for her mother, enough that she would at least try to change her ways. This indicates that her love for her mother is basically the only ‘defect’ in her armor, her only weakness.

She creates trouble once again and is lead to believe that she has killed her mother. Her mother was the only one taking care of her and willing to put up with her. The loss cuts her so deeply she runs away. This solidifies for her the personal myth of being deeply wrong, so much so that she performs a dramatic hair change ritual and the changing of her name back to Estella to enact a myth of becoming someone else. Mythologically, the person she wanted to be, Cruella, died with her mother out of shame and guilt and perhaps the posthumus forgiveness of her mother.

She then finds out her admired fashion designer boss (The Baroness) was responsible for her mother’s death and vows revenge. The persona of Cruella is redeemed, relieved of the burden of her mother’s death, Cruella is able to be resurrected from the dead. She gets her revenge, stages the death of her old persona, Estella, giving her the mental freedom to live her life as Cruella.

Other Notes

  • Notice how all insults roll right off Cruella. She always knows her worth.
  • But she does believe being called normal is a “cruel insult”.
  • The Baroness believes you can’t care about people. They are obstacles and if you care then you will live a bitter life and die not having used your genius.
  • Notice past the first half of movies there is rarely more personal myths revealed. The first half is for revealing them while the second half is generally for enacting them, and usually a singular large change of one of them.
Kraken

Kraken

In some cultures the Kraken symbolizes intelligence. With the likeness to the octopus it may suggest those that relate are amazing multi-taskers, and are very calculated and goal oriented. As the Kraken topples ships likewise a Kraken-person can topple empires. With the intellect and drive, they can accomplish anything once they set their minds to a solution. They are also creatures needing to be free in the wide open ocean, meaning they may not do well being cooped up or stuck in one situation or location.

Dreaming of a Kraken can allude to multiple things. Dreaming Of a Kraken with a fisherman, can denote an overbearing boss. If inside a confined space can infer a complication with collaboration in regards to a friend or collogue. Though an overall undertone with these dreams may be evaluating and seeking out truths in situations.

Werewolf/Lycanthrope

Werewolf/Lycanthrope

Werewolves have been talked about for centuries. They were generally feared in the past but have become a more positively thought about symbol in the present day. They can symbolize wildness, protection, family, loyalty and instinct.

They live by the moon and as it changes so do they, this may feel like a blessing or a curse. Were-people are generally overindulgent, and finding themselves picking up bad habits.

Seeing wolves in dreams, can allude to things around you not being as they seem. This can mean that parts of you may be dangerous to yourself or others. They can also symbolize wild sexual fantasies, and wanting to be more adventurous. Or just that you want to live a more wild erratic lifestyle.

Faerie/Fairy

Faerie/Fairy

While Fae overall have MANY meanings, Fairies usually symbolize a deep connection between living beings and nature. They can be humorous and tricksters by nature. With their ability to fly, they are free spirits, and are usually naïve to the evils of the world, they would rather laugh than find real solutions to problematic and serious situations.

Seeing a fairy in a dream could mean that you are about to receive great news in an unexpected or thrilling way. Since the fairy can symbolize love and affection you could be on the cusp of getting a proposal. Or that you will be having a child soon.

 

Gryphon/Griffin

Gryphon/Griffin

Griffins are often symbolized as guardians or protectors with a strong sense of power and authority. In some cultures however they are seen as hunters or predators. This makes them akin to soldiers, as depending which side they are on depicts them as the hero or the villain. The Griffin has been a popular motif in arts, sculptures, and even in Pop Culture such as Harry Potter.

Griffins are believed to mate for life, in the event one partner would die they would live the rest of their life in solitaire, never searching for another.

Its generally presented with the body, tail, and back legs of a lion, and the head, wings and front talons of an Eagle. This gives it courage and bravery along with a sense of freedom and majesty.

 

 

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Succubus/Incubus

They are often thought of as sexually driven creatures. Needing to consume the souls of others through dreams by means of their beauty. People may relate due to their value of beauty and the resulting domination they may get over people, whether they have it now or just long for the ability. Due to these creatures control over the dream world, their own dreams are likely to be easily fulfilled.

Dreaming about them can omen about a person in your life that you may see as sweet and beautiful, but may very well be a snake in the grass. Could also be a warning in love, and to re-evaluate your choices in partner, as there is a draining feeling and often the relationship is one sided. If you are the Succubus/Incubus in the dream you may the the one taking from the relationship, or putting to much value in your own needs.

Medusa/Gorgon

Medusa/Gorgon

Gorgons are often seen as the ultimate fighters against wrongdoing. Per one version of the the story of Medusa she was unwillingly seduced by Poseidon. Due to jealousy Athena cursed her beautiful hair to turn to snakes, and any man she would lay eyes on would be turned to stone.

Ferocious and determined Gorgons go above and beyond to fight against those that hurt them and those they love.

Dreaming of Gorgons or Medusa may be a precognition of a victory over an all powerful problem, or looming evil. Being a Gorgon with snakes on your head yourself in a dream could be a sign that you have already achieved said victory.

Mermaid/Mermen

Mermaid/Mermen

Merfolk tend to be free whimsical creatures, they can be seen as guardians and menders. However they can come across as evil or cruel creatures too, because sailors thought that these mermaids were actually sirens and wanted to lure them towards the rocks so they could get eaten, usually a misunderstanding. This symbolizes how mer-people can be misunderstood by their rebellious nature.

Dreaming of Merfolk can mean you are searching for something deep within your self as the water realm is the realm of the intuition, feeling, and the unconscious. A darker mean can mean you are drowning in your emotions, and long for freedom from a specific problem.

This is a reminder that you have your own personal power within, like Mer-people, which comes from personal strength and self-confidence. Keep on swimming or keep going so that you can conquer everything standing in your way!

Dragon

Dragon

The Dragon may be one of the most potent symbols. To many it represents personal growth, as well as personal power and identity. Although it has a bad reputation in mainstream culture, dragons are usually associated with personal strength and courage.

To see a dragon or to dream about them can reveal a personal transformation. You are able to look at personal issues and problems with a power and courage that was previously unavailable to you; the personal transformation that is taking place within you allows you to face your shadow and fears, but also your personal triumphs, all in a new light.

 

 

Unicorn

Unicorn

The Unicorn often is seen as a chaste and delicate creature. Generally seen as a symbol of purity in most of personal mythology. Due to its ability to ride the line between light and dark, Unicorns are a favorite personal symbol. The ancient unicorn was a symbol of power, strength, courage, virility and gain wisdom through experience.  They also represent personal integrity. For instance, not being influenced to stray from what they know is right, just because it’s easier than upholding their principals. In doing so they maintain a high moral standard. Even when faced with temptations that would allow one to justify compromising those standards for personal gain.

In dreams, unicorns are symbols of personal power, that you have yet to discover or release. They also represent emotional issues such as conflict between your ideal self, and your actual self, or with others. A common dream is being chased by a majestic white horse with spiraling horns on its head can symbolizes feeling overwhelmed by life’s challenges.

Butterfly Symbolism, Meaning, & Dream Interpretation

Butterfly

Butterfly Symbolism, Meaning, & Dream Interpretation

Blue Jay Meanings and animal symbolism

Blue Jay

Blue Jays are known for being bold talkative animals. Like the crow, magpie and raven, blue jays are opinionated creatures that communicate often. They can represent a cunning intelligence as they mimic and mock other animals around them.

They can symbolize taking advantage of opportunity as they’re resourceful and is known for making the best of its environment.

Blue Jays can be energetic, bring clarity, vibrance and advantage. Often symbolizes curiosity, faithfulness, intelligence, communication, determination, assertiveness, and talkativeness.

Birds seen in the dreams are often said to be messengers from the Higher Consciousness and other dimensions. Since the Blue Jay is chatty seeing one in your dreams may be related to your communication.

Bee Symbolism, Meaning, & Dream Interpretation

Bee

Bee’s are very similar to Ants with their industrious communal work ethic. Bees were blessed with wings giving them the ability to reach and collect the immortal nectar honey. They symbolism the vital principal and incarnation of the soul. It’s a symbol of resurrection. Symbolizes eloquence, poetry, perfectionism, extraordinary and divine intelligence. Business, community, good fortune.

If you dream of bees buzzing good news may come your way. Even if you dream of a bee sting it is often considered good fortune.

Ant Symbolism, Meaning, & Dream Interpretation

Ant

The Ant Symbolizes industriousness, organized community, judicious planning and forethought.

If you dream of ants on your clothing it may be a sign of frustration. It may also be a reference to business and changing direction. Dreaming of ants is supposedly a sign of wealth to come plus very good health. In general, ants are referred to as good omens and role models of work and wisdom.

meaning and symbolism of rose

Red Rose

The red rose is often seen as a classic, perhaps stereotypical, symbol of love, affection, romance, drama, melodrama, beauty, sexuality, and desire. Its rich red color, desirable scent, and delicate nature make it a good candidate for displays of emotion.

In relationships the rose is offered as initiation of courtship, celebration of romantic milestones, and even like an olive branch to ask forgiveness. On the societal level the red rose can signify congratulations or sometimes condolence for a tragedy.

Roses are generally perceived to have a dramatic character, inspiring high and low drama throughout literature, movies, poetry, and art.

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Phoenix

The phoenix is a legendary bird engulfed in flame. It is often depicted as the symbolism of rebirth and immortality which lives for 500 years or more before it dies to be reborn from its own ashes, similar to the life cycle of a caterpillar, except that the phoenix retains its previous form. The phoenix embodies existence that lies beyond our current cycle of life and death.

People often connect to immortality not only because of the overcoming of death, but because they believe that if you can live a long life you must have access to some great power, and you’re likely to have learned a great deal of wisdom that the average person has not. The phoenix is often associated with the sun, which has a long life and appears to die at night only to be reborn in the morning.

It is one of the most popular mythological creatures to appear in tattoos and the symbolism of the phoenix is known around the world, making it one of the most ubiquitous mythologies. Many people who associate with the phoenix have undergone great challenges in their lives that they have or wish to overcome.

 

Alan Watts

Alan Watts

Alan Watts was a British philosopher who popularized Eastern teachings for Western audiences. He considered himself a “spiritual entertainer”. Alan Watts embodies the good natured, and humorous wise man. One who will lead you to enlightenment through education and laughter. To encounter him should always be symbolic of good things,

Alan Watts was a British philosopher who popularized Eastern teachings for Western audiences. He considered himself a “spiritual entertainer”.

Alan Watts embodies the good natured, and humorous wise man. One who will lead you to enlightenment through education and laughter. To encounter him should always be symbolic of good things, or at the worst, a seriously profound message.

Wolf

Wolf

This animal totem has a strong sense of family and tribe as they have the ability to make quick and solid emotional attachments. If this is your spirit animal your soul may still remember what it’s like to be wild and free. Wolves have a high sense of loyalty and strength as well as a healthy sense self confidence. Their mythology is filled with tales of elusive ghostly predators that hunt in vicious packs, however, this power animal goes out of its way to avoid confrontation. This spirit animal is stubborn and a dangerous enemy when standing their ground. The wolf will be heard when they want to be by howling loudly to the heavens calling their pack to their side.

The wolf appearing in a dream tells of a time on the horizon where confidence and composure is essential. You may find yourself yearning for some alone time so that you can return to a difficult situation with greater perspective. Taking that time is the means to your success if you trust your gut. A wolf at the door is often a symbol of hard times ahead. Dreaming of this power animal can be an interpretation of your love of nature and animals. A pack of wolves can be a symbolize a threat or issue weighing down on you.

Spirit Animal

Spirit Animal

The spirit animal, or totem, symbolizes the traits, skills and characteristics you believe to have in yourself, and guides you to those you would like to obtain. The mythology of the spirit animal is often characterized by a personal relationship to the individual it is associated with. You can have one or several spirit animals change throughout your life as the totem is a symbolism of your expanding inner personality, feelings and mythology. The knowledge and power of animal guides is alive and can be effectively used to improve our lives. It is important to learn about the traits and habits of your spirit animal and see how they are reflected in your own personality and past experiences.

Spirit animals, or totems, often reveal themselves to us through our subconscious in our dreams. Meditation is a state of conscious dreaming, so you can identify animal totems through both dreams and meditation. Spirit animals are symbols of valuable information about our past, present and future. If we pay attention, and learn more about what this animal represents in our dreams we can work with our animals mythologies to resolve circumstances in our lives as animals tend to have a keener sense of purpose, and instinct. These are valuable traits we can learn from them by seeking their guidance, and observing their meaning in our dreams and meditations.

Spider

Spider

The spirit animal, or totem, symbolizes the traits, skills and characteristics you believe to have in yourself, and guides you to those you would like to obtain. The mythology of the spirit animal is often characterized by a personal relationship to the individual it is associated with. You can have one or several spirit animals change throughout your life as the totem is a symbolism of your expanding inner personality, feelings and mythology. The knowledge and power of animal guides is alive and can be effectively used to improve our lives. It is important to learn about the traits and habits of your spirit animal and see how they are reflected in your own personality and past experiences.

Spirit animals, or totems, often reveal themselves to us through our subconscious in our dreams. Meditation is a state of conscious dreaming, so you can identify animal totems through both dreams and meditation. Spirit animals are symbols of valuable information about our past, present and future. If we pay attention, and learn more about what this animal represents in our dreams we can work with our animals mythologies to resolve circumstances in our lives as animals tend to have a keener sense of purpose, and instinct. These are valuable traits we can learn from them by seeking their guidance, and observing their meaning in our dreams and meditations.

Snake

Snake

The spirit animal, or totem, symbolizes the traits, skills and characteristics you believe to have in yourself, and guides you to those you would like to obtain. The mythology of the spirit animal is often characterized by a personal relationship to the individual it is associated with.  You can have one or several spirit animals change throughout your life as the totem is a symbolism of your expanding inner personality, feelings and mythology. The knowledge and power of animal guides is alive and can be effectively used to improve our lives. It is important to learn about the traits and habits of your spirit animal and see how they are reflected in your own personality and past experiences.
Spirit animals, or totems, often reveal themselves to us through our subconscious in our dreams. Meditation is a state of conscious dreaming, so you can identify animal totems through both dreams and meditation. Spirit animals are symbols of valuable information about our past, present and future. If we pay attention, and learn more about what this animal represents in our dreams we can work with our animals mythologies to resolve circumstances in our lives as animals tend to have a keener sense of purpose, and instinct. These are valuable traits we can learn from them by seeking their guidance, and observing their meaning in our dreams and meditations.

Owl

Owl

This spirit animal lives in the darkness of mystique, magic and ancient knowledge. They are skilled at maneuvering in the unknown and it’s mythology is closely tied to wisdom. The owl thrives in the shadows with it’s natural intuition and as a spirit guide can help us manage the sometimes dark and scary spaces transitions in our lives. They live within the darkness by the moon’s cycles, thus having a close mythology with feminine fertility as the cycles renew. It also is a symbol of death, unless it is a white owl, as white often symbolizes purity. Simply put the owls core meanings are life, transition and change.

To see one of these creatures of the night in a dream symbolizes your expanded consciousness. The owl has knowledge in the unconscious areas of your life and thus it can bring you to better understanding of your life experience. Their subconscious meaning could symbolize the need to let go of the past or other negativity in your life. Seeing the feathers often means you should share your wisdom with those you can. The sounds from this power animal is a bad omen as it has deadly meanings in dreams. If the spirit animal is peaking into eyes it symbolizes lack of knowledge or meaning in one’s life. Examine the context of the dream and use the mythology of this totem to gain better understanding.

Lion

Lion

The symbolic meaning of the lion as a spirit animal is generally associated with strength and courage. If this powerful creatures mythology appears powerful to you, its presence as a spirit guide is a symbol of positive representation of self-confidence. Lions and lioness point to qualities of justice, dignity, authority. They are also animals who dominate others in nature. When they appear as your Spirit animal, it can mean you have ability to lead others, and strength in overcoming difficulties.

Lion Dream Interpretation & Meaning
The fact that this spirit animal is a nocturnal creature and that the lioness is considered a lunar animal, means that the lion is a symbol of authority and command over dreams and subconscious states. As the king of the jungles mythology relates to predatory feelings like fear, the presence of this spirit animal in your dreams could mean something wild or difficult to control is happening. Lion spirit animals can also warn about potential threatening situations. Dreaming of lions often times symbolize aggression or anger you are currently dealing with.

Fox

Fox

Spirit Animal mythology takes a turn of intelligence as the fox is believed to be a guide and honored for its wisdom. They know the woods intimately and uses it’s cunning strategies to outwit others. If this is your spirit animal your persona is highly adaptable and you portray yourself as whatever you need to be in any given interaction, quick thinking and cleverness is a common tool during these situations. Fox are also keen observation and sly energy allow it to blend into it’s surroundings going unnoticed. This is a symbol known to be cunning, malicious and clever.

This spirit animal is a dream symbol that stands for someone who is a trickster and a liar, giving warning to beware of false persons in your life as they can cause harm. They often have negative connotation in dreams as their mythology is full of betrayal, mischievous and contradictory symbolism. A woman dreaming of the sly fox can mean she is being followed or has rivals in her love life.. To be given this power animal as a gift in your dreams means that you may have a small problem with someone or that there will be an offense that is committed by someone sly. Killing or finding a dead fox in your dreams symbolizes that you will defeat a cunning enemy.

Deer

Deer

The spirit animal, or totem, symbolizes the traits, skills and characteristics you believe to have in yourself, and guides you to those you would like to obtain. The mythology of the spirit animal is often characterized by a personal relationship to the individual it is associated with.  You can have one or several spirit animals change throughout your life as the totem is a symbolism of your expanding inner personality, feelings and mythology. The knowledge and power of animal guides is alive and can be effectively used to improve our lives. It is important to learn about the traits and habits of your spirit animal and see how they are reflected in your own personality and past experiences.
Spirit animals, or totems, often reveal themselves to us through our subconscious in our dreams. Meditation is a state of conscious dreaming, so you can identify animal totems through both dreams and meditation. Spirit animals are symbols of valuable information about our past, present and future. If we pay attention, and learn more about what this animal represents in our dreams we can work with our animals mythologies to resolve circumstances in our lives as animals tend to have a keener sense of purpose, and instinct. These are valuable traits we can learn from them by seeking their guidance, and observing their meaning in our dreams and meditations.

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Crow

The Crow symbolizes the traits, skills and characteristics you believe to have in yourself, and guides you to those you would like to obtain. The mythology of the spirit animal is often characterized by a personal relationship to the individual it is associated with. You can have one or several spirit animals change throughout your life as the totem is a symbolism of your expanding inner personality, feelings and mythology. The knowledge and power of animal guides is alive and can be effectively used to improve our lives. It is important to learn about the traits and habits of your spirit animal and see how they are reflected in your own personality and past experiences.

Spirit animals, or totems, often reveal themselves to us through our subconscious in our dreams. Meditation is a state of conscious dreaming, so you can identify animal totems through both dreams and meditation. Spirit animals are symbols of valuable information about our past, present and future. If we pay attention, and learn more about what this animal represents in our dreams we can work with our animals mythologies to resolve circumstances in our lives as animals tend to have a keener sense of purpose, and instinct. These are valuable traits we can learn from them by seeking their guidance, and observing their meaning in our dreams and meditations.

Beaver

Beaver

The spirit animal, or totem, symbolizes the traits, skills and characteristics you believe to have in yourself, and guides you to those you would like to obtain. The mythology of the spirit animal is often characterized by a personal relationship to the individual it is associated with. You can have one or several spirit animals change throughout your life as the totem is a symbolism of your expanding inner personality, feelings and mythology. The knowledge and power of animal guides is alive and can be effectively used to improve our lives. It is important to learn about the traits and habits of your spirit animal and see how they are reflected in your own personality and past experiences.

Spirit animals, or totems, often reveal themselves to us through our subconscious in our dreams. Meditation is a state of conscious dreaming, so you can identify animal totems through both dreams and meditation. Spirit animals are symbols of valuable information about our past, present and future. If we pay attention, and learn more about what this animal represents in our dreams we can work with our animals mythologies to resolve circumstances in our lives as animals tend to have a keener sense of purpose, and instinct. These are valuable traits we can learn from them by seeking their guidance, and observing their meaning in our dreams and meditations.

On the negative side, the dream badger may indicate that you are trying to convince yourself of something by “badgering” yourself – or constantly aggravating yourself by constantly ruminating on a particular topic or event.

Bear

Bear

If this is your spirit animal totem, you are a playful but powerful creature. The bear symbolizes great patience and aptitude when it is found in leadership roles. If you associate with the bears mythology you’re authoritative and nurturing and know how to protect those you love well. When the totem shows up as a spirit animal in your life, it’s perhaps time to stand for your beliefs or truth. This power animal will provide for support and strength. Know that you are free to roam as this spirit animal is confident in it’s path.

If this power animal is seen in your dreams it symbolizes strength in times when we are weak or helpless. The spirit of the bear is a strong source of support in times of difficulty as it provides courage and a stable foundation to face challenges. Dreaming of this symbol could could also signify that it is time to explore your thoughts and perspectives. Reflect inward and find the true meaning on matters and follow what you know is right in your heart. If cubs visit your dreams make sure you bring your children closer to you. It could mean that you need to connect closely with the kids in your life and ensure that they are safe and sound.

Bat

Bat

The Bat has a keen sense of their surroundings and it is considered a symbol of dreaming, intuition, sensitivity and visions. This Spirit animal has strong symbolism of death and rebirth as it’s mythology tells of it being a creature that lives in the belly of mother earth. Due to the bat’s sensitivity and intuition it has a way of seeing through illusions and lies, therefor it is a powerful animal totem to have on your side. Bats mythology is surrounded with fear but they are contradictory tales as this power animal, the guardian of the night, is known to help us to release fear and patterns which no longer fit within our pattern of growth along our life path.

Seeing a flying bat in dreams often has meaning of something negative approaching that you can manage to overcome, however, a swarm of bats that make you fearful is symbolic of an overwhelming situation in your life that is out of your control. The interpretations of such dreams is to face the difficulties you are faced with in your waking life to the best of your abilities. Due to the death and rebirth mythologies of the bat, this spirit animal flying in a dream can also symbolize transformation of one’s ego about to happen, end one life path and starting another.

Badger

Badger

This Spirit animal is willing to fight whenever it wants due to it’s aggression and fearless bravery. While the Badger is happy with themselves due to their self-reliant nature they still have links to plant and animal spirits and their mythology has strong ties to the underworld and the mysterious magic of creation. This power animal is quick to express feelings with no concern for the consequences of their actions. The badger is connected to the Earth, meaning it stays grounded in all circumstances. This is a very powerful animal totem to have on your side when used correctly.

To Dream of the Badger is a good omen after struggling with hardship as it is a symbol of luck and prosperity from one’s own efforts. If this power animal is aggressive in your dreams it symbolizes a person close to you who may want to personally attack you or has been nagging or “badgering you. However, the badgers mythology is also tied with healing so it could mean it’s time for change. This persons efforts to make you change may not be best for your life path it is advisable to analyze the situation and follow your heart. If this spirit animal is found dead in your dream it could have meaning that you failed to set boundaries and you’ve been walked over despite the badgers normal territorial independent state.

**Dream symbols are not so important by themselves, their meaning lies in the emotions and situations that they are associated with.

Alligator

Alligator

The alligator is a prehistoric predators hold ancient mythology with many cultures. As a spirit animal they represent fierce protection and seeing clearly into emotional worlds. Alligators ask us to dive into our emotions and seek fluidity like the waters they live in. Alligators animal totem is very precise in emotion. They remain hidden show of ultimate control until they snap. They symbolize perfect camouflage and encourages us to look but not be seen.

To see an alligator in your dream holds meaning of betrayal, deception, as well as hidden instincts and desires. It may be a symbol for you to take on a new perspective on a situations meaning, and grow from the understanding of a new perspective. This spirit animal tells us that we can see clearly through our dreams, and confusing emotions. We would do well to learn from the alligators mythology to make our choices wisely and allow them to take course once we’ve made them.

**Dream symbols are not so important by themselves, their meaning lies in the emotions and situations that they are associated with.

meaning of demon hunter

Demon Hunter

The demon hunter is generally one who has suffered great loss due to a particular monster and devoted their lives to destroying that monster. Very often they are misblessed, usually by taking on a part or power of the monster, giving them exceptional power but at the cost of their own humanity.