Dream Interpretation For Fun Fair Dream
Fun Fair Dream Interpretation-Translation-Transcription-Prophecy
Here is Templar's third dream that I am posting for him in his new dreams thread:
I was with a group of people at a school; the school was holding a funfair. There, a small fee was charged to access a room; I was uninterested in finding out what was inside, but someone told me to go so I gave in to him and entered. The inside of the room was enormous, containing massive shelves and piles of free items. First, I grabbed as many worthless trinkets as I could carry. (I did not look at the objects before I took them, but once I inspected them, they all happened to be related to cats.) Then, I realized that there were more valuable items and even money available, so I looked through those, making selections for myself and as Christmas gifts. Whatever the case, I was overwhelmed with greed, determined to get as much as possible. I eventually proceeded to a checkout desk. It was there that I saw signs that placed a five-item limit on what I took; I could not get all that I wanted. I was told that it was time to leave, so in a hurry, I shed what I had taken and walked away with only a cheap bottle of perfume (which was of no use to me, as I am male).
Dream Transcription by Adam Kadmon: posted December 26, 2008 at 10:44 am
Adam said: Hi everyone, I have been very busy during the last week or so, however, I am sure that God and the angels knew that and also knew that I would not get this translated until today.
1. He was at a fun fair and this was a symbol of something that God wants us to have fun at. At this place there were many nice people who wanted to have some fun. And many of their interests were very different than everyone else and this was symbolized by him being uninterested. There was this room where someone wanted him to go and even though he had no interest he paid and went in, and this room was filled with worthless trinkets.
On the 28th of December, 2008 Adam wrote:
There was a newspaper article in the Toronto Sun on Sunday, December 28th which confirms the prophecy in this dream. It was on page 26. I could not find the first part that he is referring to in the beginning of the article, but if you go to http://www.torontosun.com and do a search for articles by Alan Shandoff you may have better luck then me. This is what he says in the article and talks about several laws of humanity that have caused problems in 2008 and what their outcome was.
Alan Shandoff said in the article:
Here's the second half of my year-end review of the top legal stories/developments for 2008.
1. We started the year with a stunning decision in January staying criminal corruption charges against six members of the Central Field Command drug squad of the Toronto Police Service. The decision was based on violation of the accuseds' right to have a trial within a reasonable period of time. Even though the charges were laid some six years after many of the events, the Crown was unable to get the case ready for trial in under four years from the laying of the charges.
So, by the end of the year things should have improved, you'd think. Sorry. Ontario Auditor-General Jim McCarter's report in December noted the number of Ontario charges pending is 275,000 which is 17% higher than the figure five years earlier. With these numbers we're going to be seeing even more charges withdrawn for delay. Perhaps there is some improvement coming with the adoption of recommendations submitted by former judge Patrick LeSage and Professor Michael Code.
2. Can you imagine people dumb enough to make a charitable donation and then filing a claim for many times more than the actual donation? Apparently tens of thousands of Canadians are that dumb. The Canada Revenue Agency has been busy denying tax donations connected to dubious charities that dish out charitable receipts for a multiple of the actual "donation." There are said to be dozens of "charities" operating in Canada that issue these tax receipts and now many Canadian taxpayers are facing tax penalties and larger-than-expected tax bills. I applaud the CRA for cracking down on these schemes. I also applaud the CRA for going after businesses that don't pay their fair share of taxes. The CRA has been trying to get their hands on records kept by eBay Canada on servers outside Canada. The CRA wants access so they can go after eBay's top online vendors. In November the Federal Court of Appeal sided with the CRA and ordered eBay to make the records available to the CRA. This decision has received criticism by many who believe that individuals who buy and resell items on eBay shouldn't have to pay tax on their earnings. Surely these small eBay businesses shouldn't be treated any differently from any other business. A business operated out of a garage is still a business and must pay income taxes.
3. The Inquiry into Paediatric Forensic Pathology in Ontario led by Justice Stephen Goudge concluded. This is the inquiry into the incompetence of pathologist Dr. Charles Smith and how he destroyed the lives of innocent people by making "false and misleading statements" in court. One hopes that the reforms arising from the Goudge Report will eliminate wrongful conviction arising out of erroneous coroner's reports. Losing a loved one is one of life's tragedies but it is compounded to an incomprehensible degree when you are wrongly accused of killing that loved one.
4. In case you've forgotten about our very own alleged home-grown terrorists charged in Toronto, the so-called Toronto 18, here's an update. A 20-year-old (17 at the time of the offence, so he can't be named) has now been convicted of belonging to a terrorist group. The others in this group await their trials. In the meantime in Ottawa Justice Douglas Rutherford found Canadian-born Mohammad Momin Khawaja, 29, guilty on charges of financing and facilitating terrorism as well as two offences involving building a remote-control device to trigger bombs.
Charter of Rights
5. We can't leave a legal list without mentioning the 26-year-old Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The big debate right now surrounds how to deal with obviously guilty people and reliable evidence obtained through Charter violations. In the recently argued Bradley Harrison case police found 35 kg of cocaine in a car. The officer's suspicions were apparently aroused because the car was being operated at the posted speed limit. Even I don't think that's probable cause. But do we acquit and ignore the evidence?
The Ontario Court of Appeal upheld the conviction but the Supreme Court of Canada has reserved its decision. If a cop makes a mistake do we let the criminals go free? Stay tuned.
If you go over the transcription and the prophecy you will find many parts of the transcript are related to the article. It would be nice if some of you posted some of the relationships that they can see in the articles as well.
Templar responded: January 9, 2011 at 3:54 pm
I can't help but wonder how always following the laws of humanity can be consistent with God's other principles. For example, is it against God's wishes for someone to resist being conscripted to fight in a war? Was Martin Luther King, Jr. hindering his spiritual growth when he encouraged peaceful violation of the Jim Crow Laws?
Adam responded: January 10, 2011 at 12:43 pm
I look at this as when we are forced to follow a law of humanity when we do not have a choice. If we have to follow it and do not have a choice then we have to make sure that we do not let it affect us morally or accept it as being right. As long as we know it is wrong then it should not give us guilt or cause us confusion as we know God will not judge us for it. In general there are many laws of humanity that we can choose to rebel against if they are wrong. If we choose to rebel against all the evil laws, we may never have peace. Therefore our life would be filled with suffering because of it. In most cases there will be evil resulting from not obeying the laws of humanity in one form or the other. In many cases the evil will be put upon the person or people who choose to disobey them. There are many good laws of humanity that we can dedicate our support to instead.
The last part of the transcript says:
For there are many good things on earth that God will support, but He will not judge you for them (the bad things) when you are following the laws of humanity
And you have a promise that God will give us much guidance in this religion when it comes to right and wrong and he will never keep you from heaven if you follow the laws of humanity as long as your actions are based in love and you are spiritually pure.
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