This dream was inspired by me watching an episode of the TV show Motherland: Fort Salem (Season 2) before I went to sleep, and it involved witches branch of The United States military (armed forces).
In this dream the witches (witch soldiers), needed to work on their defense / defensive magic / spells / capabilities, but the general of the witches General Sarah Alder was only focusing on offense / offensive magic / spells / capabilities / experiments.
Some witches in the military disagreed with General Alder’s approach (I did as well, but I am not sure if I was in the dream or not) & they said so, but General Alder would not listen to their advice, even though her strategy was clearly not working.
But that is all that I can remember of this dream.
This dream took place during the day in a slightly fictional version of DeRidder, and I saw an advertisement (ad) about a weird museum in town.
The area where it was located looked familiar to me, like something from a past dream of mine, and so I told my brother GC about my dream of this place that was downtown in DeRidder & it was possibly a museum.
It was possibly underground or partly underground, and maybe a man with light-color skin worked there; and they had a variety of unique objects.
During the dream, this place seemed so familiar that I was not sure if it was based on a real place or not, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
Part of this dream involved things related to Motherland: Fort Salem again.
Another part of this dream involved me working at The BP Library, some of my coworkers were there like my female coworker JB, I remember wanting to talk to her, but I possibly resisted / avoided / did not talk to her, or I did not talk to her much; but I can not remember.
The last part of this dream involved me thinking about bowling & bowling alleys, how there used to be a bowling alley in DeRidder, and I wished that I would have gone bowling more & supported the bowling alley in the past before it closed down years ago.
I wondered if it would have still been open today if we had gone there more, they had arcades & pool & maybe air hockey & food & drinks as well, but it was a place that we usually forgot that it existed.
We only went there a few times for a few birthday parties & school field trips when I was growing up, and my family usually only went bowling sometimes while on vacation in other cities / states.
I do not think that my friends & I ever went bowling during high school or college, and the bowling alley probably closed down while we were in college or shortly afterward.
If it were still open, I would probably invite my coworkers to go bowling sometimes, we really need things to do in town, so it is sad how so many businesses or gone now; not that we had much to do even back then.
- John Jr