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A Person From A Different Culture


I had a dream of a man from a different country. He was black who looked old, wearing traditional clothing and had a decorated cane. Just to warn you before you read on this dream hurt my heart, I woke up crying.

He was over seeing some men in an old blue truck, dumping dead bodies out onto a pile. There were dug up graves in the tan dusty dirt on the other side of a tree waiting for the dead bodies. The old man seemed to be praying while this was going on.

It was hot there. This place had bushes in the background that seemed to not produce anything in particular. For such a dreary scene the sun was a beautiful orange orb just about to go down upon the horizon.

Once the old man noticed that I was there he slowly walked up to me and started speaking in his own language. At first I didn't understand him, so seeing that I was confused he prayed a prayer and I started understanding.

He said, "Lord, grant her understanding so that I can speak to her. My God is the same as your God. I am something like what your culture would call a watcher at the gate. Here you see my people from a little village getting ready to be buried. Just like your culture, mine were unrightfully destroyed. In my village I am the only one left."

I had a feeling that this old black man understood the stories that I got from my mother. When my mother would go out subsisting in remote Alaska, my grandfather would tell her, "There used to be a village called _ here where _ (number) of people used to live. They died because of..." Then I woke up.

With this dream I got a confused message; to know that my culture is not the only one out there being mistreated and that someone out there understands my cultures predicament.

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Timfaraos (426 posts)
9 years ago (2015-04-07)
You might have seen an african chief. Minorities are being butchered and persecuted all over the world: the american indians, the palestinians, the christians in africa and iraq and syria, by BOKO HARAM and ISIS, christians in moslem countries like indonesia... My mother's parents, who were greeks living in Turkey, fled to Greece, with only the clothes on their backs, and luckily their virginity LOL! Leaving their house and huge farm to the Turkish government, without any compensation. This took place during the genocide (1894-1923) of 3.5 MILLION christians -greeks, armenians and assyrians- who had lived peacfully in Turkey centuries before the Turks set foot in Turkey. A mind blowing best selling book, is the story of a 10 year old girl, who saw her whole family die, on a death march through the deserts of Turkey, without any food or water (God bless the souls of these heroes, who saw their wives, mothers, sisters and daughters, gang raped and beaten in front of them, at gun point, by the demonic Turkish soldiers and civilians...). This little girl escaped, and told the gut wrenching details of what happened, in this book: "NOT EVEN MY NAME", by Thea Halo. Another book that will interest you, as a native alaskan and a christian, is the mind blowing autobiography of a powerful shaman of the Yanomamo tribe, in the Amazon. An AMAZING book!: "SPIRIT OF THE RAINFOREST", by Mark Andrew Ritchie. At And the amazing film about another Yanomamo shaman: "ENEMY GOD". Happy reading. God bless!
quixoticqt (2 stories) (53 posts)
13 years ago (2011-10-25)
That's what I got from the old man. To watch, learn and understand.
But your right. Every thing is done for a reason. Why? I have no idea.
I can't hate who done the wrong. Hate is a big word.
Kind of like I can't hate the people who have higher power, I could only hate their actions and decisions.
Pray for them and cry for being so hurt.
❤ Qt
SnowAngel12 (guest)
13 years ago (2011-10-25)
I see. That's pretty cool an Alaskan Native. That depends on what type of Native blood, because each country has there own supposed Native. I do know there are different races around the world that has similar experiences. The reason for extermination of a group of people, race, or country might be different, but they do have a tendency to share a common reason. Either it be from hate, fear, or jealousy from political, personal, economical, etc...

In my opinion, I think the old man wants you to learn about his predicament, his people, the reasons behind the extermination. He wants you to watch, learn, and understand. More of... Be at peace then to hate what has been done. I think I'm being redundant and nor do I think I even helped. Sorry >.<
quixoticqt (2 stories) (53 posts)
13 years ago (2011-10-24)
Well, if you a drop of native, any kind of native I know that we are all are mistreated.
Old. He was old and had a cane. Black. I'm not good at deciphering different cultures in Alaska (I'm Alaskan native that makes me feel ridiculous *laugh*) so I can't say if he was from Australia or Africa. I can't remember exactly what he was wearing but it was tan, looked to me like either small tan beads or grass? He also had a head band that was made of the same material. Something tan. It also hung from his cane. Everything looked like what I would call traditional. It looks as if he took great care into making his outfit.
I remembered that line because first of all I had no idea what he was saying until he prayed that prayer. Belonged? Like if I was to be adopted by a different culture I would fit in his because his life revolves around prayer as does mine. Sad.
Yes. My grandfather showed a map to my mother one time and he told her "so and so lived here and there was _ many people there that died of..." My mom regrets not writing the names of the villages and number of people that lived there.
I believe that I live on this world one life and with one life only. Is there a connection between me and the old man? Only one that I can relate to; God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, in my culture: the one who made us into existence, helps us in our daily lives.
❤ Qt
SnowAngel12 (guest)
13 years ago (2011-10-24)
I don't have an answer but I have more questions. Possibly the questions could be a step towards your answers to your dreams/visions.

The past is the past, we can learn what is given to us through the experiences we see, watch, and feel.

When you wrote: "Lord, grant her understanding so that I can speak to her. My God is the same as your God. I am something like what your culture would call a watcher at the gate. Here you see my people from a little village getting ready to be buried. Just like your culture, mine were unrightfully destroyed. In my village I am the only one left." Something about this line made me feel really sad as well as it connect with me somehow, some place, and I'm not sure where. I am not sure how this is relevant. Nor can I give you an answer to what I'm thinking. Possibly I'm thinking too much.

When you watch the dead buried, and the man come up to you, what was your thoughts on him? And when he said his prayer. What were your first thought about it? Why do you remember that line specifically? Is it really because of your family history or do you think you have your past life in one of those stories? You don't need to answer them, just think about it and see where it would lead you.

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