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How do Westerners view dreams?

In the West, the earliest records of dreams come from the clay slips of the Assyrian Empire. People in this ancient civilization extended the mystery of dreams to 6000 BC. The Assyrians believed that dreams were a form of fighting against the devil, existing only during sleep. Regardless of the specific content of these dreams, good or bad, they believed that everything in dreams came from the soul, even from hell.

The Egyptians believed that dreams came from revelations from the gods, and believed that dreams were an advice to the dreamer about all their actions during the day. They should be careful about gains and losses, and they could also answer the dreamer's doubts about life. There is also a Dream Temple in Egypt, where many dream divination and dream interpreters gather today.

The Greek civilization, which is in the same category as the Egyptian civilization, also has its own theory of dreams. They called Asclepius, the god of medicine, the god of dreams, and believed that dreaming was related to medicine. Dreaming is the eye's observation of the body and soul, through which we can know our inner world and physical health.

[Master’s characteristic dream analysis]

The above dream interpretations are general interpretations. If you need to know specific matters, you can ask a master to interpret your dreams based on your birth date and the scene when you dreamed:

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