Neighborhood Snakes | Kenneth Copeland & The Red Ball & A Fish Tank

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream is that it took place during the day, and I went to visit a fictional neighborhood with my fictional wife or girlfriend.

There were alleys & sidewalks in this neighborhood with children & adults in the area, someone we knew, knew someone who lived in this neighborhood, maybe this person was a woman with dark-color skin who lived in a one-story house in this neighborhood, and this neighborhood had a snake problem of some kind.

I started researching the snake problem trying to figure out how I could help the people in the neighborhood, and I used a robot snake to help me in this research & to help me teach / train the people in the neighborhood how to better deal with the snake problem.

I remember trying to figure out how to help train them how to reduce the number of snake bites, recognize various snake behaviors & signs of aggression, and help the figure out at what movement speeds were the snakes more likely to attack.

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

Dream 2

There were several things going on in this dream at about the same time, one part of the dream involved Kenneth Copeland, I can not remember the details now, but I will assume that he was maybe preaching and / or something.

I assume that this part happened before the next two parts that happened at the same time.

A second part of the dream involved my parents and I inside maybe a slightly fictional version of my parents house, my mom was by a large fish tank in maybe the living room, and my dad & I were in the house as well.

The third part of the dream was going on at the same time as the second part of the dream, this part of the dream involved episode 3 (The Red Ball) of the animated TV show The Boondocks (Season 3) playing on a TV in the background while my parents and I were in the house.

Boondocks S3: The Red Ball Promo

While that episode about a kickball game / match was playing in the background, my mom was trying to move the large fish tank (aquarium), which had water in it, without telling my dad & I at first.

It was too heavy for her so she asked us for help, unfortunately she waited too late, she had the fish tank at an angle, and so when my dad & I went to help the fish tank flipped over before we could grab it.

Fortunately it did not fall on the floor & not all the water spilled out, we were able to straighten it back up, but then I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr

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