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Seth Readers Austin Message Board › Gates of Horn and spoonbending

Gates of Horn and spoonbending

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Austin, TX
Hello Seth readers,

Last time Terry told us about an exercise Seth gave the ESP class: “Ask for a true dream that comes from the Gates of Horn, that will help harmonize the portions of your being.“ Gates of Horn? No one knew what that meant, but we decided we’d give it a try and report back whether anyone had an important dream.

I looked up Gates of Horn, and here’s what Wikipedia said:
The gates of horn and ivory are a literary image used to distinguish true dreams (corresponding to factual occurrences) from false. The phrase originated in the Greek language, in which the word for "horn" is similar to that for "fulfill" and the word for "ivory" is similar to that for "deceive". On the basis of that play on words, true dreams are spoken of as coming through the gates of horn, false dreams as coming through those of ivory.

That makes sense. Seth’s vocabulary is amazing. So here’s the reminder (a little late) to try this. Let us know tomorrow night what happens.

We have 9 people so far for spoonbending tonight.   Bring a friend! This will be fun!

Fondest regards,

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