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Alligators Want To Kill Me

2 years 5 months ago #1 by alyann92

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  • Alligators Want To Kill Me was created by alyann92
    I dreamt of alligators. I was on a street and a small section was underwater with alligators swimming around in it. One alligator honed in on me and chased me. I felt like it wanted to kill me - not just eat me. I ran and screamed but I felt like the more I screamed, the angrier it got. Then it almost got me but my husband, lying down on nothing (weird I know) caught the alligator and it turned into a child. He simply said, "They almost got you. Calm down - it's fine"

    It was so vivid and weird. I hope someone could interpret this for me.

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    2 years 5 months ago - 2 years 5 months ago #2 by 29_moons

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  • Replied by 29_moons on topic Alligators Want To Kill Me
    I think the description of Alligators on this site will answer your question.

    "An alligator, like a crocodile, in a dream is a symbol of primitive male sexuality, due to its large tail, rigid skin and aggressive behavior during mating season. It is a dangerous animal, which "lurks" in murky water, and can attack without warning. They are common symbols for an aggressive man, which for women may be a suitor or someone who was or may be hurtful in a romantic relationship. Children’s dreams of an alligator or crocodile attack should be taken seriously. They often reflect threats by a male figure in their waking life, including a sexual predator."

    If this was my dream, I would ask who the aggressive man in my life is. 

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