Terminal Commands & The Academy Of Unseen Arts

I did not record my dreams throughout the night, and so now I can only barely remember part of one or two dreams.

This dream or these dreams were inspired by the television show Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina (Season 1).

A Harvey Kinkle-like version of my former male classmate AM and / or the character Harvey Kinkle himself was / were in one or more dreams, and he or they seemed a bit nervous.

This dream or dreams also involved me learning about magic / spells with some characters from Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina (Season 1) like Prudence Blackwell and Nicholas Scratch et cetera, and I assume that we were at The Academy Of Unseen Arts and / or we were somewhere else (like maybe The BP Library) and this was part of one of our classes from The Academy Of Unseen Arts.

Some things from my Library IT Assistant job were used in this dream or dreams to help us learn about magic / spells like terminal commands, we were literally using terminal in a Linux distribution (operating system) (maybe a somewhat older non-Systemd version of CentOS) to learn commands / spells et cetera, and so we were using technology as a learning tool to help us make sense of magic concepts in a logical and structured way.

We were learning commands / spells, commands / spells that could help us find new commands / spells, commands / spells to identify commands / spells, commands / spells that list the steps / ritual required to use a command / spell, commands / spells to use commands / spells, and the basics of how magic works and how this method can help with using and learning magic et cetera.

In the dream we thought that this was pretty creative and amazing, and it made sense and we could see the benefit; and this encouraged us to keep learning more as we slowly uncovered and learned new things.

But that is all that I can remember of this dream.

The end,

-John Jr

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