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The Symbolic Dream Language and My Prophecy

Updated on December 31, 2014

Understanding The Hidden Unconscious Messages in Dreams and Literary Works

After suffering from a tragic car accident when I was 15-years-old I started writing a literary book that gave me the key of knowledge when I analyzed its symbolic meaning according to Carl Jung's method of dream interpretation.

Jung had analyzed the literary works of many authors who used to write inspired by the unconscious mind, which produces our dreams and gives us artistic talents and religious inclinations.

I decided to analyze the symbolic meaning of my literary book when I became an expert on dream translation.

I recognized many dream symbols in the strange romance I had written after the tragic accident, many years after writing this book.

The translation of the symbolic meaning of this literary work will show you the importance of the unconscious language in dreams and artistic manifestations.

You will understand how to translate the meaning of your dreams according to the method of dream interpretation discovered by Carl Jung and simplified by me, by understanding the meaning of the symbolic language of the unconscious mind.

This literary book was written in Portuguese because I'm Brazilian. It was never published because I was living in Greece when I finished writing it. Then, I got married, and I forgot its existence.

Only when I became 27-years-old and I started writing a scientific book in order to prove to the world that only Carl Jung had discovered the right method of dream interpretation I remembered again the literary book I had written after the tragic car accident. I wrote this strange romance during six years. I finished writing it one month before getting married.

After the car accident I became an atheist because I couldn't forgive the death of my friend Marina. My atheism lasted six years, exactly the period of time while I was writing this strange romance, which seemed to contain certain ancient wisdom even though it was written in a modern style.

I started accepting the possibility of God's existence after writing this book, even though my faith was too weak. I recuperated my faith only when I found scientific proof of God's existence thanks to Carl Jung's discoveries about the symbolic meaning of dreams.

My literary book was entitled "The Philanthropic Beggar".

The original book is complex. All dialogues are written in poetry. Unfortunately I cannot translate such complicated book to the English language exactly as it was originally written.

I'm going to write here a very simple summary of this literary work, only in order to give you a lesson about the importance of its symbolism.

I will show you the three different interpretations of the meaning of this book, showing you also the hidden prophecy and the prediction contained in two different versions of its symbolic meaning.


The Philanthropic Beggar

The story of this beggar was in fact written by the magical inspiration sent to me by the wise unconscious mind.

It was not a simple matter for me to summarize this complicated work for you.

However, I had to show you how I could discover a lot more about the meaning of dreams and the meaning of life thanks to the book I wrote when I was an ignorant teen.

The hidden symbolic meanings of this literary work prove God's existence. The divine unconscious mind that produces our dreams and gives us artistic talents is God's mind.

Hunger

Ruz was an old beggar. He was revolted with the human indifference to hunger and misery. He was also revolted with the existence of an invisible war among all human beings, besides the visible ones.

Ruz used to talk with the nature of our planet, which was revolted too.

The book begins with all trees complaining about the destructions caused by the absurd modern civilization.

Ruz tried to justify the human craziness, explaining to the trees that there was a bright essence inside all human beings, even though we were so absurd.

However, Ruz was as revolted with the human race as the trees, because all human beings disregarded their bright essence.

The White Rock, The Ghosts and The Rooster

The beggar had an enemy; the big white rock, which lived on the clouds, over the gray city. She lived surrounded by ghosts. The ghosts were her soldiers.

The philanthropic beggar wanted to bring peace, abundance and happiness to Earth, but the white rock and her ghosts keep preventing him from attaining this goal.

The rock had the support of a rooster, which lived on the clouds too, and was constantly making fun of the beggar's intention to bring peace and abundance to Earth.

The Poor Girl Who Had No Teeth

One day, the beggar met a girl who had no teeth. She was the child number nine in her family. She worked in a factory that produced smoke. Her name was Maria Joanna Cor de Abobora. The words 'cor de abobora' in Portuguese mean 'the orange color'.

Therefore, her name when translated to English is Maria Joanna Orange.

The old beggar started treating this girl as if she was his granddaughter. Maria Joanna wanted to feed humanity too.

Mother Nature

The beggar tried to find food in order to feed humanity, but the inhabitants of the gray city didn't pay attention to his requests.

Some day Ruz found a lilac (light purple) flower in a garden. This flower was Mother Nature. Mother Nature told him that she didn't mind because all human beings were destroying our planet. We were still very young. We were learning. Some day, we would stop destroying everything.

Even though the trees were revolted with our pollutions, Mother Nature understood that we, human beings, were imperfect and we had to pass through a process of development in order to learn how to respect the nature of our planet.

The Trip

Since Ruz couldn't find any solution, he decided to make a trip with his granddaughter in order to look for food and peace far from the gray city.

The beggar and the child traveled on the road by feet. They found a castle. They tried to enter in, but a guard didn't let them pass. However, they could see the fat monster that lived inside the castle through the window.

This monster used to be a human being, but he became a fat monster because he couldn't stop consuming many products without stopping. The monster didn't stop eating various expensive objects. It ate jewelry, ships, cars, houses, food, the furniture, etc.

Ruz explained to the monster that he should look for the meaning of life and try to find happiness instead of eating so much. However, the monster didn't care about the meaning of life. It kept eating many goods.

Around the castle there were other human-monsters, who imitated the example of the rich monster, even though they were poor and they kept eating garbage.

Ruz became very worried. He was afraid that when all the poor people of the gray city (and the poor people of other places of Earth) would have enough food, they would become monsters too, like the monster of the castle and the monsters that imitated its example.

However, Maria Joanna couldn't believe that her poor friends would become monsters if they could live in abundance.

The Flying Shark

Then, the travelers went to the mountains. They found there a flying shark. The shark was vegetarian and it lived in the air instead of living in the deep sea like other sharks.

The beggar told the shark that its existence in the air was something impossible to happen. However, the shark justified his existence by affirming that its existence was perfectly logical even though it was not common. What was logical or common were two different words, which had a different meaning.

The shark explained that human beings didn't know what was logical or illogical, and this is why they couldn't live peacefully and happily.

The beggar talked about his intention to help humanity live in abundance. The shark told him that he only needed to create a perfect reasoning system in order to transform the entire world into a place where everyone would have enough food. Everyone would live peacefully and happily for following a perfect logic.

The beggar and Maria Joana Orange liked this brilliant idea. They asked to the flying shark which logic was the ideal one. However, the shark told them that they had to find the perfect logic by themselves.

The Pacific Logic

The beggar and his granddaughter met Josue Ramibu de Cri, a religious man who believed in life after death. Josue believed that it was impossible to live happily on Earth and that only after death the human being could find peace and happiness.

The beggar and his granddaughter disliked his ideas. They wanted to help everyone live happily on Earth while they were alive, and not in another planet after death.

They found many drunk people at a bar. When they asked them why they were drinking alcohol all the time, these people told them that they were trying to forget their pain.

The travelers didn't agree with their philosophy of life. Drunk people couldn't help them find the perfect logic that would help humanity find peace, abundance, and happiness.

Writing A Pacific Logic Themselves

Then, the beggar and his granddaughter met Freedom. Freedom was a girl who had flowers on her head in the place of her hair.

Freedom told them that they should write a perfect logic themselves, which should be based on freedom. Only freedom could help all human beings live peacefully and happily.

The beggar started writing down the perfect logic based on freedom.

He kept traveling with his granddaughter. At a certain point in their journey, when they were almost arriving at the gray city, they met Justice.

Justice was a blind woman. She told them that the perfect logic had to be based on justice. Then, Justice helped them continue writing their perfect reasoning system, the pacific logic. All human beings had to follow this logic in order to live peacefully and happily.

The Three Flying Heads from Another Planet

In the meanwhile, the beggar and his granddaughter were observed by three flying heads that came from another planet. They belonged to the same neck, but they lived separated.

Two heads were deficient. One of them had no vision. The other one couldn't talk. The smallest head was black. It was perfect, and it worked based on thoughts. It was the only intelligent one.

The deficient heads had feelings but they couldn't think logically, while the black head could only think, but had no feelings.

The two deficient heads were friends. They were observing the planet Earth together, based on their feelings, even though one of them was blind, and the other one, deaf.

The black head observed the planet Earth and the adventures of the philanthropic beggar alone, making many logical conclusions.

Going Back to The Gray City

The beggar and the girl who had no teeth arrived at the gray city, after writing down a perfect reasoning system based on freedom and justice.

This reasoning system was a pacific logic, which would put an end to hunger and all wars. The pacific logic would surely help humanity live peacefully and happily forever.

However, the beggar and Maria Joanna Orange were suddenly transported inside a human brain. They found there an old man whose beard was so long that it reached the ground.

This old man told them that they should add something else in the end of their pacific logic. They should give to all human beings the alternative to stop following the pacific logic in case they would feel unhappy for following it.

The old man with the long beard that reached the ground told the travelers that they had to respect the human feelings. He showed them the dreams contained in the brain of the person in which head they were in.

The old man explained that this person's dreams reflected their traumatic experiences.

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange got out of this head, going back to the gray city.

However, humanity didn't pay attention to the pacific logic written by the beggar, and nothing changed on Earth.

Contradictions and Impossibilities

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange started traveling on the circles of the sun. The sun almost melted them, the same way it was melting the time.

The sun explained to the travelers that all modifications needed time to happen. The beggar and his granddaughter had to wait many years before they could see peace and abundance on Earth.

There were too many contradictions and impossibilities in our world. These contradictions and impossibilities prevented humanity from finding peace and from living in abundance.

Ruz and Maria Joanna Orange had to wait for the proper time, when various transformations would permit the peaceful coexistence between all human beings on Earth.

A Seed

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange visited the star of love. They asked love to invade all human hearts so that humanity could faster find peace. This way, everyone would be able to live happily on Earth, without having to wait many years before finding peace and abundance.

However, the star of love told the travelers that there was too much hatred in all human hearts. Love would surely die if it would enter into contact with hatred. Hatred was a terrible poison that prevented love from living in all human hearts. This is why all human beings were enemies.

Love told the beggar and his granddaughter that they should help humanity eliminate hatred from their hearts. This way, love would be able to invade the human hearts and help all human beings find peace.

The beggar and his granddaughter understood that it was impossible to bring peace and abundance to Earth in a short period of time.

They wrote a book about their adventures and all the contradictions and impossibilities they found in their difficult journey. This way, they would help the new generations avoid their mistakes and discover how to put an end to hunger and hatred.

A seed was planted into the covered by smoke planet.

The End


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The Literary Meaning of The Romance

First of all I'm going to analyze the literary meaning of this romance; the only meaning that I, the author, could understand while I was writing it.

Hunger

Ruz was an old beggar. He was revolted with the human indifference to hunger and misery. He was also revolted with the existence of an invisible war among all human beings, besides the visible ones.

Ruz used to talk with the nature of our planet, which was revolted too.

The book begins with all trees complaining about the destructions caused by the absurd modern civilization.

Ruz tried to justify the human craziness, explaining to the trees that there was a bright essence inside all human beings, even though we were so absurd.

However, Ruz was as revolted with the human race as the trees, because all human beings disregarded their bright essence.

Only an old beggar could perceive that all human beings are in a constant war and there is no peace on Earth, even when bombs are not visible.

The philanthropic beggar defended the human absurdity when the trees complained about all the destructions provoked by our insanity because he knew that there is a bright essence inside all human beings. This bright essence is our capacity to find peace and happiness.

However, indifference and greed prevent humanity from finding peace.

Without peace, we'll never find happiness.

The White Rock, The Ghosts and The Rooster

The beggar had an enemy; the big white rock, which lived on the clouds, over the gray city. She lived surrounded by ghosts. The ghosts were her soldiers.

The philanthropic beggar wanted to bring peace, abundance and happiness to Earth, but the white rock and her ghosts keep preventing him from attaining this goal.

The rock had the support of a rooster, which lived on the clouds too, and was constantly making fun of the beggar's intention to bring peace and abundance to Earth.

The white rock represents the dictatorship of the Caucasian race on Earth. This is why black people are poor. White people are barbarous hypocrites who live on the clouds; far away from the reality lived by those who have no money on Earth.

The white rock also represents the world leaders, who pretend to be peaceful, while they are evil.

The ghosts represent the fears imposed by various political systems to our population.

The rooster represents superficiality and pride.

The roost and the ghosts govern our world with the white rock because violent white men who are superficial and proud of themselves generate many fears to the population of our world.

All political systems are based on hypocrisy.

The Poor Girl Who Had No Teeth

One day, the beggar met a girl who had no teeth. She was the child number nine in her family. She worked in a factory that produced smoke. Her name was Maria Joanna Cor de Abobora. The words 'cor de abobora' in Portuguese mean 'the orange color'.

Therefore, her name when translated to English is Maria Joanna Orange.

The old beggar started treating this girl as if she was his granddaughter. Maria Joanna wanted to feed humanity too.

This poor girl represented the poor children of the world. She was the biggest victim of the human indifference to the misery of those who are starving on Earth.

Mother Nature

The beggar tried to find food in order to feed humanity, but the inhabitants of the gray city didn't pay attention to his requests.

Some day Ruz found a lilac (light purple) flower in a garden. This flower was Mother Nature. Mother Nature told him that she didn't mind because all human beings were destroying our planet. We were still very young. We were learning. Some day, we would stop destroying everything.

Even though the trees were revolted with our pollutions, Mother Nature understood that we, human beings, were imperfect and we had to pass through a process of development in order to learn how to respect the nature of our planet.

Mother nature represented the wisdom and the patience of the nature of our planet.

The Trip

Since Ruz couldn't find any solution, he decided to make a trip with his granddaughter in order to look for food and peace far from the gray city.

The beggar and the child traveled on the road by feet. They found a castle. They tried to enter in, but a guard didn't let them pass. However, they could see the fat monster that lived inside the castle through the window.

This monster used to be a human being, but he became a fat monster because he couldn't stop consuming many products without stopping. The monster didn't stop eating various expensive objects. It ate jewelry, ships, cars, houses, food, the furniture, etc.

Ruz explained to the monster that he should look for the meaning of life and try to find happiness instead of eating so much. However, the monster didn't care about the meaning of life. It kept eating many goods.

Around the castle there were other human-monsters, who imitated the example of the rich monster, even though they were poor and they kept eating garbage.

Ruz became very worried. He was afraid that when all the poor people of the gray city (and the poor people of other places of Earth) would have enough food, they would become monsters too, like the monster of the castle and the monsters that imitated its example.

However, Maria Joanna couldn't believe that her poor friends would become monsters if they could live in abundance.

The poor beggar and the poor girl met the terrible consumers of our world, who are totally indifferent to the misery of those who have no food, no house, and no clothes.

The Flying Shark

Then, the travelers went to the mountains. They found there a flying shark. The shark was vegetarian and it lived in the air instead of living in the deep sea like other sharks.

The beggar told the shark that its existence in the air was something impossible to happen. However, the shark justified his existence by affirming that its existence was perfectly logical even though it was not common. What was logical or common were two different words, which had a different meaning.

The shark explained that human beings didn't know what was logical or illogical, and this is why they couldn't live peacefully and happily.

The beggar talked about his intention to help humanity live in abundance. The shark told him that he only needed to create a perfect reasoning system in order to transform the entire world into a place where everyone would have enough food. Everyone would live peacefully and happily for following a perfect logic.

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange liked this brilliant idea. They asked to the flying shark which logic was the ideal one. However, the shark told them that they had to find the perfect logic by themselves.

The flying shark represented the dictatorship of hypocrisy, irony, absurdity and superficiality on Earth.

The Pacific Logic

The beggar and his granddaughter met Josue Ramibu de Cri, a religious man who believed in life after death. Josue believed that it was impossible to live happily on Earth and that only after death the human being could find peace and happiness.

The beggar and his granddaughter disliked his ideas. They wanted to help everyone live happily on Earth while they were alive, and not in another planet after death.

They found many drunk people at a bar. When they asked them why they were drinking alcohol all the time, these people told them that they were trying to forget their pain.

The travelers didn't agree with their philosophy of life. Drunk people couldn't help them find the perfect logic that would help humanity find peace, abundance, and happiness.

Those who wait for happiness after death, and those who are dying while they are alive cannot help humanity find peace.

Writing A Pacific Logic Themselves

Then, the beggar and his granddaughter met Freedom. Freedom was a girl who had flowers in her head in the place of her hair.

Freedom told them that they should write a perfect logic themselves, which should be based on freedom. Only freedom could help all human beings live peacefully and happily.

The beggar started writing down the perfect logic based on freedom.

He kept traveling with his granddaughter. At a certain point in their journey, when they were almost arriving at the gray city, they met Justice.

Justice was a blind woman. She told them that the perfect logic had to be based on justice. Then, Justice helped them continue writing a perfect reasoning system, the pacific logic. All human beings had to follow this logic in order to live peacefully and happily.

Only freedom and justice can help humanity find peace and happiness, but we are slaves of the world leaders.

The Three Flying Heads from Another Planet

In the meanwhile, the beggar and his granddaughter were observed by three flying heads that came from another planet. They belonged to the same neck, but they lived separated.

Two heads were deficient. One of them had no vision. The other one couldn't talk. The smallest head was black. It was perfect, and it worked based on thoughts. It was the only intelligent one.

The deficient heads had feelings but they couldn't think logically, while the black head could only think, but it had no feelings.

The two deficient heads were friends. They were observing the planet Earth together, based on their feelings, even though one of them was blind, and the other one, deaf.

The black head observed the planet Earth and the adventures of the philanthropic beggar alone, making many logical conclusions.

If superior creatures who belonged to another planet could observe our world and criticize its functioning, they would surely understand that we are totally absurd, even if they had no feelings.

They would better understand that we are crazy if they had feelings, even if their feelings were based on imperfect functions.

Going Back to The Gray City

The beggar and the girl who had no teeth arrived at the gray city, after writing down a perfect reasoning system based on freedom and justice.

This reasoning system was a pacific logic that would put an end to hunger and wars. The pacific logic would help humanity live peacefully and happily forever.

However, the beggar and Maria Joanna Orange were suddenly transported inside a human brain. They found there an old man whose beard was so long that it reached the ground.

This old man told them that they should add something else in the end of their pacific logic. They should give to all human beings the alternative to stop following the pacific logic in case they would feel unhappy for following it.

The old man with the long beard that reached the ground told the travelers that they had to respect the human feelings. He showed them the dreams contained in the brain of the person in which head they were in.

The old man explained that this person's dreams reflected their traumatic experiences.

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange got out of this head, going back to the gray city.

However, humanity didn't pay attention to the pacific logic written by the beggar, and nothing changed on Earth.

Even if someone could discover a magical way to save humanity from poverty, indifference, and violence, nobody would pay attention to this solution because human beings are selfish and lazy.

Contradictions and Impossibilities

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange started traveling in the circles of the sun. The sun almost melted them, the same way it was melting the time.

The sun explained to the travelers that all modifications needed time to happen. They had to wait many years before they could see peace and abundance on Earth.

There were too many contradictions and impossibilities in our world. These contradictions and impossibilities prevented humanity from finding peace and from living in abundance.

The beggar and his granddaughter had to wait for the proper time, when various transformations would permit the peaceful coexistence between all human beings on Earth.

The sun melting the time and telling the beggar that he had to wait many years before he would be able to see a transformation on Earth represented the false promises of the hypocrites who rule our world.

A Seed

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange visited the star of love. They asked love to invade all human hearts so that humanity could faster find peace. This way, everyone would be able to live happily on Earth, without having to wait many years before finding peace and abundance.

However, the star of love told the travelers that there was too much hatred in all human hearts. Love would surely die if it would enter into contact with hatred. Hatred was a terrible poison that prevented love from living in all human hearts. This is why all human beings were enemies.

Love told the beggar and his granddaughter that they should help humanity eliminate hatred from their hearts. This way, love would be able to invade the human hearts and help them find peace.

The beggar and his granddaughter understood that it was impossible to bring peace and abundance to Earth in a short period of time.

They wrote a book about their adventures and all the contradictions and impossibilities they found in their difficult journey. This way, they would help the new generations avoid their mistakes and discover how to put an end to hunger and hatred.

A seed was planted into the covered by smoke planet.

The End


There is no way humanity may find peace and happiness if hatred prevents us from finding love.

The conformism of the beggar and the poor girl after finding so many impossibilities was the result of the dictatorship of violence and greed on Earth.

Happiness on Earth is only a myth.

We will never find peace because our world leaders are selfish, absurd, violent, and powerful. They will never let anyone find happiness. They prefer to be the only ones who live in abundance, while the biggest part of our population is killed by hunger.


Christina Sponias

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Divine Revelation Based on Dream Translation

You have to fight the absurdity you have inherited before losing your mind. If your anti-conscience will completely destroy your conscience, you won't have the chance to evolve.

You'll be an eternal slave of your evil and absurd anti-conscience without understanding your position.

This means that if you are not transforming your personality and becoming wiser, you are wasting your time. You also are preparing your grave.

You have to urgently transform your satanic anti-conscience into a human being with the help of God's guidance in dreams. You can also be helped by your religion.

Your anti-conscience is your worst enemy. It is a caveman from remote times, still alive in your brain. Its demoniac nature proves that it is in fact, Satan. Only your tiny human conscience has human characteristics.



Understanding The Meaning of The Symbolic Dream Language

When we translate the symbolic meaning of a dream we translate dream images into words we can understand based on the discoveries of the psychiatrist and psychologist Carl Jung, and based on my discoveries after continuing his research.

We exchange images with words.

For example, the house in dreams represents the dreamer's psyche. So, the symbolic meaning of the house in dreams and literary works is always related to someone's psyche.

When we translate a dream where the dreamer is in his/her house, we must say that the dreamer was in his psyche. The meaning that the word 'house' has in a dream changes the meaning that a sentence has when we look at it based on the logic of our ignorant conscience.

We have to follow the unconscious logic because the unconscious mind is the dream producer. We also have to learn the meaning of the dream symbols.

House means psyche. Everything that is happening in a house is also happening in the dreamer's psyche.

So, when you translate a simple sentence as 'I was at home' according to the dream language, you have information about your psyche, which is a complex topic.

The fact that the meaning of the word 'house' changes to 'psyche' when we translate a sentence based on the symbolic meaning of the dream language means that we have another type of information by reading the symbolic meaning of a dream, or the symbolic meaning of a literary work.

Now you will see how the meaning of the images that appear in the story of the philanthropic beggar completely change the meaning of the story, independently of my words.

I was writing this book while having in mind only the literary meaning, which was the first one I showed you. I had no idea that there was also a psychological meaning in the story I was writing, which was clearly reflecting my psychological problems. I also had no idea that there was a universal meaning behind the beggar's story, which expressed God's words.

The meaning of the images doesn't depend on the meaning of the words written in the story. The images we see when we identify the dream symbols existent in this strange romance talk by themselves, giving us different information.

This means that the divine unconscious mind wrote the three versions of this book through the magical inspiration that whispered the words I should write.

I was in fact rewriting the information that the unconscious mind was sending me.

The story of the philanthropic beggar was an artistic creation. All dialogues were written in a poetic form, while the background of the story was written in a philosophical and poetic style.

The Psychological Meaning of the Book - My Severe Mental Illness

I will analyze the psychological meaning of this book by translating the symbolic meaning of the personages of the story according to the scientific method of dream interpretation.

I will analyze the symbolism of the book relating it to the psychological system of the author.

Since I am the author, I will analyze the meaning of this book as if the story of the philanthropic beggar was composed by a series of dream scenes that I saw in a dream, instead of being my literary work.

Hunger

Ruz was an old beggar. He was revolted with the human indifference to hunger and misery. He was also revolted with the existence of an invisible war among all human beings, besides the visible ones.

Ruz used to talk with the nature of our planet, which was revolted too.

The book begins with all trees complaining about the destructions caused by the absurd modern civilization.

Ruz tried to justify the human craziness, explaining to the trees that there was a bright essence inside all human beings, even though we were so absurd.

However, Ruz was as revolted with the human race as the trees, because all human beings disregarded their bright essence.

The beggar represented a masculine part of my personality that became totally weak after the tragic car accident.

The trees represent life in dreams. The revolted trees indicated that I was revolted because I lost my life.

The White Rock, The Ghosts and The Rooster

The beggar had an enemy; the big white rock, which lived on the clouds, over the gray city. She lived surrounded by ghosts. The ghosts were her soldiers.

The philanthropic beggar wanted to bring peace, abundance and happiness to Earth, but the white rock and her ghosts keep preventing him from attaining this goal.

The rock had the support of a rooster, which lived on the clouds too, and was constantly making fun of the beggar's intention to bring peace and abundance to Earth.

The rock in dreams represents the truth. The white color represents wisdom and peace. Therefore the rock represents the unconscious mind that produces our dreams.

The ghosts represent neuroses in dreams. Their presence near the rock indicated that I was losing my mental health because my anti-conscience was with the unconscious mind, preventing my conscience from finding sound mental health.

The rooster represented my tendency to like handsome men who are very attractive and admired by all women.

Since the rock, the ghosts and the rooster lived on the clouds, this means that the unconscious mind, my neurosis and my sexuality prevailed in my life. They were in the position of gods.

Even though the presence of the ghosts (neuroses) and of the rooster (immorality) are negative, the presence of the unconscious mind (white rock) on the clouds indicates that I had the protection of the unconscious mind thanks to my literary talent, even though I was neurotic and I had immoral tendencies.

The Poor Girl Who Had No Teeth

One day, the beggar met a girl who had no teeth. She was the child number nine in her family. She worked in a factory that produced smoke. Her name was Maria Joanna Cor de Abobora. The words 'cor de abobora' in Portuguese mean 'the orange color'.

Therefore, her name when translated to English is Maria Joanna Orange.

The old beggar started treating this girl as if she was his granddaughter. Maria Joanna wanted to feed humanity too.

The girl without teeth represented an immature feminine part of my personality that had lost psychical energy.

The teeth in dreams represent psychical energy. When we see our teeth falling out in dreams this is a serious warning. This means that we are losing our power as human beings because we are making costly mistakes that will ruin our lives.

This girl without teeth represented an immature part of my personality that would make many mistakes.

Mother Nature

The beggar tried to find food in order to feed humanity, but the inhabitants of the gray city didn't pay attention to his requests.

Some day Ruz found a lilac (light purple) flower in a garden. This flower was Mother Nature. Mother Nature told him that she didn't mind because all human beings were destroying our planet. We were still very young. We were learning. Some day, we would stop destroying everything.

Even though the trees were revolted with our pollutions, Mother Nature understood that we, human beings, were imperfect and we had to pass through a process of development in order to learn how to respect the nature of our planet.

Purple in dreams represents craziness. The lilac flower that symbolized Mother Nature in the story represented my absurd concepts about the human nature when I wrote this book.

The Trip

Since Ruz couldn't find any solution, he decided to make a trip with his granddaughter in order to look for food and peace far from the gray city.

The beggar and the child traveled on the road by feet. They found a castle. They tried to enter in, but a guard didn't let them pass. However, they could see the fat monster that lived inside the castle through the window.

This monster used to be a human being, but he became a fat monster because he couldn't stop consuming many products without stopping. The monster didn't stop eating various expensive objects. It ate jewelry, ships, cars, houses, food, the furniture, etc.

Ruz explained to the monster that he should look for the meaning of life and try to find happiness instead of eating so much. However, the monster didn't care about the meaning of life. It kept eating many goods.

Around the castle there were other human-monsters, who imitated the example of the rich monster, even though they were poor and they kept eating garbage.

Ruz became very worried. He was afraid that when all the poor people of the gray city (and the poor people of other places of Earth) would have enough food, they would become monsters too, like the monster of the castle and the monsters that imitated its example.

However, Maria Joanna couldn't believe that her poor friends would become monsters if they could live in abundance.

The gray color in dreams represents the recognition of what is bad. Therefore, the gray city represented a part of my psyche that could see the truth.

The trip of the beggar and the poor girl represented my trip to the Self, a trip in which a hero seeks salvation after feeling the necessity to discover the content of his or her psyche. Carl Jung discovered that those who regularly follow the unconscious guidance in dreams follow a certain trip of self-discovering, having dreams about the same known themes during the trip.

All dreamers pass through the same points during this trip, until they meet the Self, which is the wise unconscious mind.

I made my first trip to the Self by writing this strange romance after suffering from the tragic car accident when I was a teen.

The Flying Shark

Then, the travelers went to the mountains. They found there a flying shark. The shark was vegetarian and it lived in the air instead of living in the deep sea like other sharks.

The beggar told the shark that its existence in the air was something impossible to happen. However, the shark justified his existence by affirming that its existence was perfectly logical even though it was not common. What was logical or common were two different words, which had a different meaning.

The shark explained that human beings didn't know what was logical or illogical, and this is why they couldn't live peacefully and happily.

The beggar talked about his intention to help humanity live in abundance. The shark told him that he only needed to create a perfect reasoning system in order to transform the entire world into a place where everyone would have enough food. Everyone would live peacefully and happily for following a perfect logic.

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange liked this brilliant idea. They asked to the flying shark which logic was the ideal one. However, the shark told them that they had to find the perfect logic by themselves.

The shark in dreams represents schizophrenia. It was a flying shark because schizophrenia was in the place of a god in my psyche.

I would surely become schizophrenic like my father.

I was accepting the absurd ideas of my anti-conscience.

The shark didn't tell the beggar which logic was the perfect one because all reasoning systems end up on craziness. Without feelings, there is no balance.

The shark represented the mental illness who was awaiting me because I belonged to a rational psychological type. I was giving too much importance to my ideas, which were absurd, while I had no feelings.

The Pacific Logic

The beggar and his granddaughter met Josue Ramibu de Cri, a religious man who believed in life after death. Josue believed that it was impossible to live happily on Earth and that only after death the human being could find peace and happiness.

The beggar and his granddaughter disliked his ideas. They wanted to help everyone live happily on Earth while they were alive, and not in another planet after death.

They found many drunk people at a bar. When they asked them why they were drinking alcohol all the time, these people told them that they were trying to forget their pain.

The travelers didn't agree with their philosophy of life. Drunk people couldn't help them find the perfect logic that would help humanity find peace, abundance, and happiness.

The religious man was a part of my personality that wanted to believe in God and in life after death. I couldn't forgive my friend Marina's death in the accident. I became an atheist because I concluded that if God existed He would have protected her instead of letting her die. However, there was a part of my personality that wanted to believe in life after death and forgive God for taking Marina's life.

The drunk people represented weak parts of my personality that were absurd and were therefore controlled by my anti-conscience (the wild side of the human conscience).

Writing A Pacific Logic Themselves

Then, the beggar and his granddaughter met Freedom. Freedom was a girl who had flowers in her head in the place of her hair.

Freedom told them that they should write a perfect logic themselves, which should be based on freedom. Only freedom could help all human beings live peacefully and happily.

The beggar started writing down the perfect logic based on freedom.

He kept traveling with his granddaughter. At a certain point in their journey, when they were almost arriving at the gray city, they met Justice.

Justice was a blind woman. She told them that the perfect logic had to be based on justice. Then, Justice helped them continue writing a perfect reasoning system, the pacific logic. All human beings had to follow this logic in order to live peacefully and happily.

The idea of creating a pacific logic was the representation of the creation of a political system based on dictatorship.

I had the personality of a dictator. I was exactly like my father, who was schizophrenic. He didn't live in a sanatorium because he was very powerful. He had a lot of money and he could give orders to others.

Those who have money on Earth rule our world, no matter how absurd they may be.

The unconscious mind was showing me through my literary work that I would never be able to find peace based on reasoning.

Freedom was an absurd part of my personality that had no ideas, since Freedom was a girl who had no hair. The hair in dreams represents our ideas.

She had flowers in her head, in the place of her hair. This means that my reasoning wouldn't protect me if I would let this part of my personality control my behavior. The flowers in dreams have a positive meaning. They represent purity. However, the fact that this part of my personality had purity in her head instead of ideas (hair) indicates that I was too naïve.

The blind woman represented a part of my personality that could not see the truth. We give to the blind justice a positive meaning when we analyze this symbol based on our conscious mind, because we believe that justice is blind for being impartial, and this is why she can find the truth without being influenced by any side. However, the blind woman in dreams always represents a part of the personality of the dreamer that cannot see the truth because it is blind. Therefore, it has a negative meaning.

When we analyze the literary work of an author who writes inspired by the unconscious mind, we can analyze his/her psychological system as if we were analyzing his dreams.

The Three Flying Heads from Another Planet

In the meanwhile, the beggar and his granddaughter were observed by three flying heads that came from another planet. They belonged to the same neck, but they lived separated.

Two heads were deficient. One of them had no vision. The other one couldn't talk. The smallest head was black. It was perfect, and it worked based on thoughts. It was the only intelligent one.

The deficient heads had feelings but they couldn't think logically, while the black head could only think, but it had no feelings.

The two deficient heads were friends. They were observing the planet Earth together, based on their feelings, even though one of them was blind, and the other one, deaf.

The black head observed the planet Earth and the adventures of the philanthropic beggar alone, making many logical conclusions.

We have four psychological functions:

1. Thoughts

2. Feelings

3. Sensations

4. Intuition

However, only one of them is working in our psyche, while a second one is partially working. We have to pass through dream therapy in order to develop our four psychological functions to the same degree.

The number 3 in dreams indicates that there are 3 psychological functions working in the dreamer's psyche, but only one of them is completely developed. The forth psychological function is missing, while the other two functions are in a dormant condition.

These three heads indicated that one psychological function (feelings) was totally dead in my psyche, the same way that my other two psychological functions were not working (intuitions and sensations). There was only one psychological function perfectly working in my psyche: my thoughts, which were represented by the flying black head, the only perfect head in the story. My feelings should appear as a forth head if they were working in my psyche.

The blind and the deaf heads represented my intuition and my sensations, which were in a dormant condition.

The fact that my psychological functions were represented by flying heads indicates that I was totally rational, and I gave no importance to my body.

Since these heads were flying in the air, this means that they were like gods for me. In other words, I gave too much importance to the three psychological functions that were appearing as three heads in this story (even though the most important one was the one that represented my thoughts - the black head) without giving any importance to the forth psychological function that was missing: my feelings.

The fact that these heads were from another planet means that I was too far from my objective reality.

Going Back to The Gray City

The beggar and the girl who had no teeth arrived at the gray city, after writing down a perfect reasoning system based on freedom and justice.

This reasoning system was a pacific logic that would put an end to hunger and wars. The pacific logic would help humanity live peacefully and happily forever.

However, the beggar and Maria Joanna Orange were suddenly transported inside a human brain. They found there an old man whose beard was so long that it reached the ground.

This old man told them that they should add something else in the end of their pacific logic. They should give to all human beings the alternative to stop following the pacific logic in case they would feel unhappy for following it.

The old man with the long beard that reached the ground told the travelers that they had to respect the human feelings. He showed them the dreams contained in the brain of the person in which head they were in.

The old man explained that this person's dreams reflected their traumatic experiences.

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange got out of this head, going back to the gray city.

However, humanity didn't pay attention to the pacific logic written by the beggar, and nothing changed on Earth.

The old man with a long beard represented the unconscious mind that produces our dreams. The unconscious mind was explaining to the parts of my personality represented by the beggar and the girl without teeth that I would never be able to find peace based on my cruel rationalism.

Contradictions and Impossibilities

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange started traveling in the circles of the sun. The sun almost melted them, the same way it was melting the time.

The sun explained to the travelers that all modifications needed time to happen. They had to wait many years before they could see peace and abundance on Earth.

There were too many contradictions and impossibilities in our world. These contradictions and impossibilities prevented humanity from finding peace and from living in abundance.

The beggar and his granddaughter had to wait for the proper time, when various transformations would permit the peaceful coexistence between all human beings on Earth.

The sun in dreams represents the light of truth. The unconscious mind was showing me that I had to respect the truth if I wanted to find peace.

A Seed

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange visited the star of love. They asked love to invade all human hearts so that humanity could faster find peace. This way, everyone would be able to live happily on Earth, without having to wait many years before finding peace and abundance.

However, the star of love told the travelers that there was too much hatred in all human hearts. Love would surely die if it would enter into contact with hatred. Hatred was a terrible poison that prevented love from living in all human hearts. This is why all human beings were enemies.

Love told the beggar and his granddaughter that they should help humanity eliminate hatred from their hearts. This way, love would be able to invade the human hearts and help them find peace.

The beggar and his granddaughter understood that it was impossible to bring peace and abundance to Earth in a short period of time.

They wrote a book about their adventures and all the contradictions and impossibilities they found in their difficult journey. This way, they would help the new generations avoid their mistakes and discover how to put an end to hunger and hatred.

A seed was planted into the covered by smoke planet.

The End


The seed represents the beginning of life, since plants represent life in dreams.

This book was merely the first part of my research about the meaning of life. Thanks to this literary work I would discover the truth about the human brain - when the seed would become a tree.

I understood that all logical conclusions were useless because there was no love uniting all human beings. There was only hatred in the human hearts.

Our theories would never manage to solve our existential problems. Without love everything was impossible.

This was a true revelation for me. I understood the importance of our feelings.


A Preparation for Future Discoveries

"The Philanthropic Beggar" worked like psychotherapy for me during my troubled adolescence. This book prepared me for facing the battle against my terrible anti-conscience when I would become 28-years-old.

I would find peace only when I would write my first scientific book about the meaning of dreams and their healing power.

The adventures of the beggar and the poor girl were preparing me for discovering the satanic origin of the human being, when I would become an adult and I would discover the existence of the demoniac anti-conscience into the biggest part of the human brain.

This book predicted my failure when I would look for peace through science, the same way I had to face failure when I looked for peace through literature and philosophy. I would discover that the real reason why human beings cannot find peace is the fact that we inherit a totally absurd wild conscience into the biggest part of our brain.

Only religion could help me bear discovering the bitter truth and believe in salvation.

We inherit so much craziness in our brain that only a miracle can save us from terror and despair.

This miracle exists. It is the divine unconscious mind that produces our dreams.

However, the unconscious mind depends on our obedience. We can be saved only when we obey the guidance we have.


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Atheism and Mental Illnesses

The Importance of Accepting God's Existence

The scientific dream translations accurately transcribe God's words in dreams. The information you have is superior and surely helps you in all ways.

God wants to transform you into a wise and sensitive human being, so that you may be able to find peace and happiness.

Therefore, instead of following the atheism of your historical time and being imprisoned into the traps of the absurd modern civilization, you should surpass the narrow-minded concepts of your barbarous historical time. The acceptance of God's existence is necessary if you want to keep your sanity and eliminate all the absurdity you have inherited into your brain.

You cannot have the arrogant behavior that characterizes atheists if you want to be enlightened by divine providence.

You must be humble.



The Universal Meaning - The Prophecy Contained in The Second Symbolic Version

Now I'm going to analyze the universal meaning of the symbolism of this book, independently of my psychological characteristics, since I was the book's author.

The universal symbolic meaning could be understood thanks to the knowledge I acquired after continuing Carl Jung's research into the unknown region of the human psyche through dream interpretation. I discovered the anti-conscience that he couldn't see with the knowledge he had, besides discovering the sanctity of the unconscious mind that produces our dreams, which Jung couldn't perceive because he was too insensitive.

My literary talent helped me recognize the unconscious sanctity, even though I was too insensitive too. I was more insensitive than Jung because I was neurotic, however, my literary talent gave me a certain sensitivity that helped me discern the unconscious sanctity. I also remembered the religious education I had during my childhood, when my human conscience was very strong.

Therefore, even though I had no idea of the real importance of the words I was writing when I was a teen, these words were reflecting the unconscious wisdom. This means that I was a prophet. The universal version of my literary book explains the meaning of life and death. It also explains God's behavior, and the destiny of humanity.

Scientific Evidence that God Exists

The Prophecy Behind The Words of a Young and Ignorant Author

Hunger

Ruz was an old beggar. He was revolted with the human indifference to hunger and misery. He was also revolted with the existence of an invisible war among all human beings, besides the visible ones.

Ruz used to talk with the nature of our planet, which was revolted too.

The book begins with all trees complaining about the destructions caused by the absurd modern civilization.

Ruz tried to justify the human craziness, explaining to the trees that there was a bright essence inside all human beings, even though we were so absurd.

However, Ruz was as revolted with the human race as the trees, because all human beings disregarded their bright essence.

The beggar represents the psychological situation of all human beings on Earth. Everyone on Earth is a beggar revolted with our unfair world.

The trees represent life in dreams. All trees are complaining about our destructions because all human beings have lost their lives.

We lost our lives because our world is a living hell ruled by violence, immorality, craziness, hypocrisy, indifference to the human pain, superficiality, and greed.

Prophecy
Prophecy

The White Rock, The Ghosts and The Rooster

The beggar had an enemy; the big white rock, which lived on the clouds, over the gray city. She lived surrounded by ghosts. The ghosts were her soldiers.

The philanthropic beggar wanted to bring peace, abundance and happiness to Earth, but the white rock and her ghosts keep preventing him from attaining this goal.

The rock had the support of a rooster, which lived on the clouds too, and was constantly making fun of the beggar's intention to bring peace and abundance to Earth.

The white rock represents God, who lives in the sky. The rock represents the truth in dreams. The white color represents purity and wisdom.

The white rock is the beggar's enemy because human beings believe that God is evil and this is why He doesn't help us live peacefully and happily. However, the truth is that God is wise and saintly, but He is obliged to punish all human beings with suffering in order to correct our behavior because we are evil. We inherit too much craziness into the wild side of your conscience.

We make many costly mistakes because we are evil and we are constantly controlled by our anti-conscience, which manipulates our one-sided conscience.

When we disobey God's guidance, He must let us face the consequences of our mistakes without protecting us, so that we may learn the importance of obeying the wise guidance we receive instead of being evil. God punishes us by abandoning us. He lets us face the tragic consequences of the mistakes we make because we prefer what is bad.

We are always suffering because we have a satanic nature. We cannot find peace because we are selfish and unfair.

God is surrounded by ghosts that live with the white rock on the clouds because the human being believes that God sends us mental illnesses, while they are in fact generated by our wild conscience, the primitive anti-conscience, which has satanic characteristics and occupies the biggest part of our brain.

The rooster represents the sexual image of the world. We believe that men should have sexual relationships with many women like roosters have sexual relationships with several hens. This is why our world is characterized by prostitution.

The Poor Girl Who Had No Teeth

One day, the beggar met a girl who had no teeth. She was the child number nine in her family. She worked in a factory that produced smoke. Her name was Maria Joanna Cor de Abobora. The words 'cor de abobora' in Portuguese mean 'the orange color'.

Therefore, her name when translated to English is Maria Joanna Orange.

The old beggar started treating this girl as if she was his granddaughter. Maria Joanna wanted to feed humanity too.

The girl who had no teeth represents the feminine identity in our world. Women on Earth are immature children who have no psychical energy. Our world is governed by men.

The orange color in dreams represents a temporary period of time. The orange color represents a preparation for a future change.

Therefore, Maria Joanna Orange is the feminine identity on Earth only for a certain period of time, which some day will come to the end.

Women have an inferior position on Earth because the superficiality that characterizes the feminine identity of humanity must be transformed into wisdom. This is why the weak condition of women on Earth is a temporary phenomenon. Women are in an inferior position until they will attain a higher level of knowledge and change their behavior.

Mother Nature

The beggar tried to find food in order to feed humanity, but the inhabitants of the gray city didn't pay attention to his requests.

Some day Ruz found a lilac (light purple) flower in a garden. This flower was Mother Nature. Mother Nature told him that she didn't mind because all human beings were destroying our planet. We were still very young. We were learning. Some day, we would stop destroying everything.

Even though the trees were revolted with our pollutions, Mother Nature understood that we, human beings, were imperfect and we had to pass through a process of development in order to learn how to respect the nature of our planet.

We live in order to transform our absurd nature into human nature. Mother Nature has a light purple color because it represents the absurdity that characterizes our brain and psyche, after the transformation we have passed through, since we acquired a human conscience.

We have a human conscience given to us by God but the truth is that human beings are basically demons. We inherit a huge schizophrenic primitive conscience, the anti-conscience, which is constantly trying to destroy our human conscience and control our behavior.

We live in order to transform our anti-conscience into human content, like the human side of our conscience. In order to do so, we must obey the unconscious guidance in dreams, so that we may develop our intelligence and our sensitivity.

Only when we'll acquire total consciousness, will we get rid of our evil anti-conscience and use its brain power in a positive way.

We are under-developed primates who possess a tiny human conscience which is one-sided (therefore absurd) and must be developed. Our huge anti-conscience has satanic characteristics because its disorganized development led it to terror and despair. The anti-conscience didn't evolve like the human side of our conscience because it refuses learning and changing its behavior.

We are the human beings concentrated into the human side of our conscience, which is in fact the conscience of a demon (since the biggest part of our brain belongs to our anti-conscience). We, the human beings, must tame the monster we come from. We have to follow the unconscious guidance in dreams, so that we may eliminate our satanic nature through consciousness.

The light purple color of Mother Nature indicates that we are still too far from sound mental health.

The Trip

Since Ruz couldn't find any solution, he decided to make a trip with his granddaughter in order to look for food and peace far from the gray city.

The beggar and the child traveled on the road by feet. They found a castle. They tried to enter in, but a guard didn't let them pass. However, they could see the fat monster that lived inside the castle through the window.

This monster used to be a human being, but he became a fat monster because he couldn't stop consuming many products without stopping. The monster didn't stop eating various expensive objects. It ate jewelry, ships, cars, houses, food, the furniture, etc.

Ruz explained to the monster that he should look for the meaning of life and try to find happiness instead of eating so much. However, the monster didn't care about the meaning of life. It kept eating many goods.

Around the castle there were other human-monsters, who imitated the example of the rich monster, even though they were poor and they kept eating garbage.

Ruz became very worried. He was afraid that when all the poor people of the gray city (and the poor people of other places of Earth) would have enough food, they would become monsters too, like the monster of the castle and the monsters that imitated its example.

However, Maria Joanna couldn't believe that her poor friends would become monsters if they could live in abundance.

The monster that once was a human being but became a monster because he kept consuming various expensive products without stopping reflected the behavior imposed by the anti-conscience to those who make a lot of money on Earth, a planet ruled by violence, immorality, hypocrisy, indifference to the human pain, and greed.

Most people in our world are controlled by their anti-conscience, especially when they become rich. Their anti-conscience transforms them into indifferent monsters. This is why they become totally selfish and they are insatiable consumers who never think about those who are starving.

The monsters that once were human beings and were imitating the behavior of the rich monster of the castle even though they were poor, represent the various parts of humanity's personality, which are influenced by the evilness of their terrible anti-conscience the same way that those who have financial power are.

Our sick population is composed by many monsters who have enough money and are constantly consuming various products, and by many victims of poverty, who are starving without any hope of salvation.

The Flying Shark

Then, the travelers went to the mountains. They found there a flying shark. The shark was vegetarian and it lived in the air instead of living in the deep sea like other sharks.

The beggar told the shark that its existence in the air was something impossible to happen. However, the shark justified his existence by affirming that its existence was perfectly logical even though it was not common. What was logical or common were two different words, which had a different meaning.

The shark explained that human beings didn't know what was logical or illogical, and this is why they couldn't live peacefully and happily.

The beggar talked about his intention to help humanity live in abundance. The shark told him that he only needed to create a perfect reasoning system in order to transform the entire world into a place where everyone would have enough food. Everyone would live peacefully and happily for following a perfect logic.

The beggar and Maria Joana Orange liked this brilliant idea. They asked to the flying shark which logic was the ideal one. However, the shark told them that they had to find the perfect logic by themselves.

The flying shark represents our schizophrenic world leaders. Our crazy world is ruled by those who hold the global economy in their hands, even though they are insane. This is why terror, wars, and numerous crimes characterize our world, which is in fact a living hell.

Justice on Earth is merely a game played by lawyers. Everyone in our world is merely interested on having a privileged position. Everyone is constantly pursuing material pleasures, without paying attention to what is happening to those who are starving.

Human beings accept doing anything for money because money is very powerful on Earth. Those who have no money have no human rights. The poor and the weak are condemned to forever live on terror and despair.

The Pacific Logic

The beggar and his granddaughter met Josue Ramibu de Cri, a religious man who believed in life after death. Josue believed that it was impossible to live happily on Earth and that only after death the human being could find peace and happiness.

The beggar and his granddaughter disliked his ideas. They wanted to help everyone live happily on Earth while they were alive, and not in another planet after death.

They found many drunk people at a bar. When they asked them why they were drinking alcohol all the time, these people told them that they were trying to forget their pain.

The travelers didn't agree with their philosophy of life. Drunk people couldn't help them find the perfect logic that would help humanity find peace, abundance, and happiness.

Humanity keeps being misled by false theories about the meaning of life after death. We will live in a better world after death only if we'll transform our satanic nature into human nature. Otherwise, we will go to hell.

There is a hell for all sinners, the same way that there is a paradise for those who obey the divine unconscious guidance in dreams and religious teachings.

If we will merely wait for a better life after death without transforming our personality, we will go to hell.

On the other hand, if we try to merely forget our pain by doing something that gives us certain relief (like the drunk people of the story) without fighting against the evilness we have inherited and without offering resistance against the evilness of the world, we will end up in hell the same way.

We are totally indifferent to what happens to our spirit after death. However, we should be very afraid of God's judgment.

We have to pay for our sins after death because this is the only way we may learn how to stop being evil.

Writing A Pacific Logic Themselves

Then, the beggar and his granddaughter met Freedom. Freedom was a girl who had flowers in her head in the place of her hair.

Freedom told them that they should write a perfect logic themselves, which should be based on freedom. Only freedom could help all human beings live peacefully and happily.

The beggar started writing down the perfect logic based on freedom.

He kept traveling with his granddaughter. At a certain point in their journey, when they were almost arriving at the gray city, they met Justice.

Justice was a blind woman. She told them that the perfect logic had to be based on justice. Then, Justice helped them continue writing a perfect reasoning system, the pacific logic. All human beings had to follow this logic in order to live peacefully and happily.

Freedom on Earth is only a myth. There are numerous limitations that oblige us to live and act in a specific way. We are conditioned by our society and by the absurd mindset of our civilization.

On the other hand, since we have inherited absurdity into the biggest part of our brain, when we are free to do what our conscience desires, we become slaves of our anti-conscience.

Freedom is in fact very dangerous. We can be free only after eliminating the absurdity and the evilness we have inherited, and after learning how to be wise.

Justice is another myth in our world.

Those who have financial power don't respect any law. They can kill whoever they may desire without being bothered by anyone. Everyone is afraid of billionaires who can spend a lot of money in order to oblige everyone to do what they want.

Everyone is a coward on Earth.

Therefore, the beggar's intention to create a logical system based on freedom and justice in order to put an end to hunger on Earth is a ridiculous attempt to regulate the functioning of our living hell based on false concepts. In a few words, the pacific logic is a political system that would basically work like dictatorship in case it could rule our world. This means that instead of bringing peace and abundance, this logic would surely generate many wars.

The Three Flying Heads from Another Planet

In the meanwhile, the beggar and his granddaughter were observed by three flying heads that came from another planet. They belonged to the same neck, but they lived separated.

Two heads were deficient. One of them had no vision. The other one couldn't talk. The smallest head was black. It was perfect, and it worked based on thoughts. It was the only intelligent one.

The deficient heads had feelings but they couldn't think logically, while the black head could only think, but it had no feelings.

The two deficient heads were friends. They were observing the planet Earth together, based on their feelings, even though one of them was blind, and the other one, deaf.

The black head observed the planet Earth and the adventures of the philanthropic beggar alone, making many logical conclusions.

The three flying heads indicate that our world is ruled by the one-sided human conscience of all human beings, which is influenced (or completely controlled) by our anti-conscience.

Our population is composed by mentally ill individuals who must develop their four psychological functions, and learn how to be as introverted as extroverted in order to find balance.

The two imperfect heads that had feelings but couldn't think represent the sick condition of the insensitive human race.

The black head that could think (and was perfect) indicates that the cruel rationalism of humanity governs our world. However, our ideas are totally absurd. Without sensitivity there is no balance.

The black color in dreams represents the acceptance of what is bad. The rational black head accepts what is bad with total indifference for the human pain because humanity's reasoning is cruel and absurd.

The fact that there were three flying heads on our planet means that we neglect the existence of our body, believing that our capacity to think logically is able to better decide our actions. In other words, we are totally absurd, even though we are proud of our intelligence.

Our cold rationalism is one-sided, absurd, totally insensitive and far from the truth.

This is why these three heads belong to another planet. They are very far from our objective reality.

We are idiotic and crazy creatures who need psychotherapy.

Going Back to The Gray City

The beggar and the girl who had no teeth arrived at the gray city, after writing down a perfect reasoning system based on freedom and justice.

This reasoning system was a pacific logic that would put an end to hunger and wars. The pacific logic would help humanity live peacefully and happily forever.

However, the beggar and Maria Joanna Orange were suddenly transported inside a human brain. They found there an old man whose beard was so long that it reached the ground.

This old man told them that they should add something else in the end of their pacific logic. They should give to all human beings the alternative to stop following the pacific logic in case they would feel unhappy for following it.

The old man with the long beard that reached the ground told the travelers that they had to respect the human feelings. He showed them the dreams contained in the brain of the person in which head they were in.

The old man explained that this person's dreams reflected their traumatic experiences.

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange got out of this head, going back to the gray city.

However, humanity didn't pay attention to the pacific logic written by the beggar, and nothing changed on Earth.

The old man with a long beard represents God, who is inside every human being. The unconscious mind that produces our dreams and gives us religious inclinations and artistic talents is God's mind.

God asks us to stop being cruel dictators who impose our will. We must respect the human feelings. We must think about what others desire and understand how they feel, without demanding their obedience.

The idea of creating a pacific logic is totally absurd because peace depends on goodness. Without goodness humanity will forever face many horrors. Only when we will cultivate goodness in our hearts, will we find salvation.

The trip inside the head of a person and the analysis of their dreams explains that God tries to make us pay attention to the meaning of our dreams. We must study the dream language, so that we may understand His messages, and follow His guidance.

Fortunately, Carl Jung discovered the real meaning of the dream language, and I managed to simplify his complicated method, so that everyone may be able to understand God's words in dreams.

Only God can help us eliminate our satanic anti-conscience and become true human beings.

Only when we will be wise and sensitive, will we find peace.

Contradictions and Impossibilities

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange started traveling in the circles of the sun. The sun almost melted them, the same way it was melting the time.

The sun explained to the travelers that all modifications needed time to happen. They had to wait many years before they could see peace and abundance on Earth.

There were too many contradictions and impossibilities in our world. These contradictions and impossibilities prevented humanity from finding peace and from living in abundance.

The beggar and his granddaughter had to wait for the proper time, when various transformations would permit the peaceful coexistence between all human beings on Earth.

The sunlight in dreams represents the real truth, while the light of a lamp represents the false truth generated by human ignorance and hypocrisy.

The sun explains to the poor components of humanity's personality (the beggar and the girl) that we must change our behavior if we want to change our lives and our world. This transformation is indispensable.

If we won't change our behavior the truth will melt our future, what means that we will have to suffer in hell.

A Seed

The beggar and Maria Joanna Orange visited the star of love. They asked love to invade all human hearts so that humanity could faster find peace. This way, everyone would be able to live happily on Earth, without having to wait many years before finding peace and abundance.

However, the star of love told the travelers that there was too much hatred in all human hearts. Love would surely die if it would enter into contact with hatred. Hatred was a terrible poison that prevented love from living in all human hearts. This is why all human beings were enemies.

Love told the beggar and his granddaughter that they should help humanity eliminate hatred from their hearts. This way, love would be able to invade the human hearts and help them find peace.

The beggar and his granddaughter understood that it was impossible to bring peace and abundance to Earth in a short period of time.

They wrote a book about their adventures and all the contradictions and impossibilities they found in their difficult journey. This way, they would help the new generations avoid their mistakes and discover how to put an end to hunger and hatred.

A seed was planted into the covered by smoke planet.

The End



The hatred generated by the wild side of our conscience doesn't let humanity cultivate love. However, without love we'll never find peace.

We have to eliminate our hatred by eliminating the evilness of our anti-conscience through dream therapy and religion.

The seed planted predicted that this book was a preparation. I, who wrote this strange romance inspired by the unconscious mind, was prepared to discover the existence of the anti-conscience when I would study Carl Jung's method of dream interpretation.

I had to prove to the crazy world that God exists and sends us important messages in dreams.

I also had to convince the world that we must obey the divine unconscious guidance. We have to eliminate our dangerous anti-conscience through dream translation in order to acquire sound mental health that lasts forever and find peace.


Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung's research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to accurately translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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The Meaning of Dreams, The Signs of Your Reality, and The Meaning of Craziness

When I replaced the word 'shark' with the word 'schizophrenia', the other dream symbols found in the story I was analyzing became quite clearer.

For example, I could better understand the meaning of the white rock that lived in the clouds. This rock was the beggar's enemy, while it represented God.

God was the beggar's enemy because the beggar didn't want to obey God's guidance. He didn't believe in God's existence. He believed that human beings could solve their problems alone.

When I compared the flying shark with the rock that lived in the clouds I could better understand the meaning of this dream symbol. The white rock was in a high position in the sky, while it represented God. The shark was also in a high position in the sky. Thus, the shark was in the place of God. It was as powerful as God.

When you translate a dream, this means that you are gradually discovering the hidden meaning of the unconscious messages. The same happens when you translate a literary work, or the signs of your reality. The symbolic meaning of people, animals, and objects is always the same everywhere where they are found.

You only have to learn the dream language to be able to read the signs of your reality and identify important symbols in literary works, the same way you read dream symbols.



My Conclusions

After analyzing the literary meaning of the romance I started writing after the tragic car accident (when I was 16-years-old, one year after the accident) I understood that I had no power. The literary meaning of this book inspired by the unconscious mind helped me understand that there were numerous obstacles I would never be able to overcome based on my knowledge, my capacities, and my power.

The beggar's failure showed me how impotent I was. I couldn't change the world, the same way that the beggar was unable to bring peace, abundance, and happiness to Earth.

I understood that everything was impossible because hatred didn't let love live in the human hearts.

This comprehension was necessary, so that I would accept obeying the unconscious guidance when I would learn how to translate the symbolic meaning of dreams. This happened five years later. I wrote the romance during six years, and I abandoned it. I learned how to translate the symbolic meaning of this literary work only five years after writing it.

I had to verify how impotent I was in order to understand that I was unable to transform my reality.

I had to understand that I couldn't control my behavior because a big portion of my human conscience was destroyed by my anti-conscience when I became a teen. I needed guidance.

The unconscious mind was very generous with me and gave me an extraordinary literary talent because I had to be prepared to be very obedient when I would become a young adult. I had to respect the unconscious wisdom, recognizing my ignorance and my absurdity.

While I was used with the literary meaning of my book for so many years, when I became 27-years-old I suddenly discover its symbolic meanings, after learning how to accurately translate the meaning of dreams according to Carl Jung's method (in 1988).

When I translated the meaning of the dream symbols contained in my strange romance, I felt like someone who suddenly found gold.

However, the translation of the psychological meaning of my book was a shocking experience. I understood that I was an absurd dictator.

When I saw my mental illness so clearly reflected in my literary work I understood that I was too far from balance. This was a tragic discovery. I couldn't imagine that I was so absurd, even though I could understand that I needed psychological help.

The psychological meaning of The Philanthropic Beggar killed my dangerous ego.

The universal meaning of the book was a consolation for me, after discovering that I was so absurd. I had the chance to understand the meaning of life.

After discovering the depth of my absurdity I accepted to obey the unconscious guidance in dreams. My obedience was a true miracle, since I had the personality of a dictator. I wanted to give orders. However, I had to obey the unconscious orders in order to be cured from my serious neurosis. Without an urgent treatment I would become schizophrenic like my father.

I also had to obey the unconscious guidance in order to attain sanctity and prove God's existence to the world.

The Importance of My Literary Talent

I was very well-prepared by the unconscious mind for many years in order to accept being so obedient to the unconscious wisdom when I would find out that I needed a long psychotherapy.

My literary talent and my capacity to translate the meaning of dreams according to Carl Jung's method helped me win the battle against my dangerous ego. Otherwise, I would never agree with such obedience.

Thanks to my obedience to the unconscious mind I was saved from craziness and terror, and I cured numerous people through dream therapy (since 1990). I managed to simplify the complicated method of dream interpretation discovered by Carl Jung. I also managed to prove God's existence to the atheistic world.

If you want to find sound mental health and use all of your brain power, you should follow my example.

My story is real. The literary book I wrote inspired by the unconscious mind and its symbolic meanings prove that someone else wrote the other versions. I wrote only the literary meaning of the story.

The divine unconscious mind wrote the psychological and the universal meanings of the philanthropic beggar's story. The unconscious mind gives us many lessons through art, religion, and philosophy, besides sending us precious messages in dreams.

You should obey the unconscious guidance in your dreams, recognizing your ignorance and your absurdity, even if you believe that you are a normal person.

You are too far from perfection, and you have inherited absurdity into the biggest part of your brain. Only because you belong to the human race, this means that you need psychotherapy.

Obey the unconscious guidance the same way you obey your doctor when you are sick, and the same way you obey the religious lessons you had when you were a child.


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Lemon Tree

The Lemon Tree

The story of the philanthropic beggar was long, but I summarized the most important aspects for the comprehension of the basic messages contained in this book.

I didn't mention that once the beggar planted a lemon tree. However, the tree couldn't grow because it needed special water. It needed the water that comes from the human hearts, and not the simple water we find on Earth.

Water in dreams has a double meaning. It means lack of faith and materialism when we see too much water like in a flood.

However, when we see only a few drops of water, the water means forgiveness.

The tree in dreams represents life. The tree is an incentive. It gives you new life.

The special water the beggar was looking for was forgiveness. The story of the philanthropic beggar showed to the world that without forgiveness, there is no life.

Only forgiveness can put an end to all wars.

Many details in the story of the Philanthropic Beggar prove that this book was not really written by me, the ignorant author.


Christina Sponias

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      kathysart 4 years ago

      I am just amazed at all of your knowledge about dreams and Carl Jung. The amount of research and work that goes into each one of your lenses totally amazes me. Wonderful lens as are all your lenses.

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      sponias lm 4 years ago

      I prefer the universal meaning.