Ten days after that operatic flying dream – part of which I am now convinced were glimpses into a past-life passed at the courts of King George III and King George IV during the Regency years – which is herein entitled: Time-Travelling late-Georgian/Regency Dandy, https://dreampoetica.com/2013/02/26/time-travelling-late-georgianregency-dandy/ I would dream these next three dreams. They were beautiful dreams and there was also a tie-in to dreams dreamt years earlier whilst Merlin was then incarnate. Those dreams were also shared herein and are entitled: Ensouled Proboscis Simian Humans – https://dreampoetica.com/2013/02/20/ensouled-proboscis-simian-humans/ . These were rather ravishing dreams and as was the custom that time, there was also some sexual play engaged during the dreamquest.
These dreams were lucidly lived on Wednesday, January 27, 1993. At the time, the Moon transited both Pisces and my tenth house. Moreover, the dreams were audiocassette-recorded on tape one hundred and forty and are yet to be found in volume XIV of the dream opus. Dream with the greatest of wonder and awe because regardless others perceptions of you, it is just that – another perception and has no basis in the truth of who you are at the fabulously beautiful core of your being.
In the cobblestoned square of an old city’s campus, it was heavily raining. Also, I was part of a great entourage. This place felt like England as it was moored under a flock of grey, rain-soaked, stationary, low-hanging clouds.
Indeed, it was depressingly sombre. I was with HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. HRH Princess Diana, Princess of Wales was about but they were in separate entourages.
We were to attend a church service but in separate entourages. All of this was done on Princess Diana’s insistence. She was very forceful and had quite the temper when she needed to have the final word.
There was going to be no compromises in her position. She was, in fact, rather stubborn. This gave the sense of her that she would not age very well. We were in a courtyard before coming out to be seen by the press.
Firmly, she insisted that they do everything separately. She was a vocal, strongly male-energied powerhouse. As well, she refused to stand in back of him. Moreover, she definitely was not going to be anywhere near him.
The staging was such that they would never be captured on film in the same shot. Somehow, I was serving as a valet in HRH Prince Charles’ entourage. We headed, it seemed, along Hoskins Avenue on the north side and eastwards to Toronto’s Queens Park Circle.
In the circle, stood an incredible Gothic cathedral made of red clay. This was an architectural wonder, it was so massive. Built of the same red stone as the Ontario legislative building is, the structure was rather impressive.
This building was so unique and extraordinary. To experience this building was as exciting as experiencing a great work of art. This was architecture that was rousingly uplifting.
Also, this structure was several times larger than the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, in New York City – the largest in the world. There was a wonderful wooded area which encircled it.
From amongst the towering trees, the spectacular work of architectural art triumphantly soared. The door to the cathedral was easily thrice as high as the doors to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Moreover, the gargoyles here were supremely realistic. A superb masterpiece of Gothic architecture this cathedral was. Marvellous flying buttresses, which were even more impressive being in this tone of stone, girdered the magnificent Gothic structure.
Not unlike Notre Dame Cathedral, it sat in an island of sorts. This place was easily four times larger than Notre Dame Cathedral. Since it was still raining rather heavily, I held an umbrella for HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.
We had had to go to the church on foot. When we got to the traffic light, it took forever to change. This soon made HRH Prince Charles irritable and he abruptly took off. He did resent being publicly humiliated by HRH Princess Diana, Princess of Wales who had had them proceeded on foot – in the rain no less.
Her whole scene publicly was about emasculating him; she was intent on showing him as a man with no control or power. Totally at the service of the women in his life, as it were, was he.
Obviously. from their interactions, these two did not like each other. He suggested that we return to the residence where both entourages had started out.
The residence turned out to have been a very beautiful Gothic palace. This palace was a long, dark-stoned mossy complex. Soaked for eons in seasonal rains, the palace had a moss-blackened exterior.
The weather here was interesting because the rains never really let up. Quite simply, the rains progressed from downpour to downpour and were sustained by ubiquitous drizzle. Grey and autumnal, it was beautifully relaxing, humid air.
HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales wore a light grey, London Fog coat. This was an exceptionally tailored coat. Holding the umbrella, I was always on the prince’s left.
We then came back to the very stately furnished apartments at the Gothic palace. HHR Prince Charles was not cohabiting, at this palace, with HRH Princess Diana.
Once we were alone, he asked if I would give him a back rub. Seemingly, he suffered rheumatoid aches because of the rains. He began absently talking and clearly was in a deep funk about his relationship with HRH Diana, Princess of Wales.
When he asked for the back rub, I thought it strange that he had said please. He then let me know how much he appreciated me. I was good for him, to have around, said he, and he wanted me to know how much he appreciated my being there.
What he really appreciated was my loyalty to him, said he. Then he told me that I did have healing hands. On coming inside, we had been properly soaked to the bones by all that rain.
His cheeks were red; a very ruddy complexion his, I noticed both when holding the umbrella for him. I knew that when we got in, that we would both relish a glass of sherry, to warm us up.
I was really concerned for him that he would catch a cold.
In what proved the second dream, I got into this tiny cab; it was in the middle of the street and I got in on the driver’s side in back. I had gotten in whilst traffic was dashing past. I had trouble getting the door to close after me.
Once inside, it was much smaller a cab than even it had looked from the outside. Black plush leather wonderfully complimented the deluxe look and feel of the cramped interior.
The driver was French and this clearly was in Paris. We were caught in busy afternoon traffic. In a bid to cross the street, lots of people kept getting off the sidewalk and stepping into traffic.
For my tastes, it was far too chaotic with the traffic a gridlocked and bottled-in mess. For that reason, pedestrians would simply step off the sidewalk and into traffic without looking for advancing vehicles at their rear.
At the time, it was summertime out with lots of bare-armed, floral-printed dresses wafting by. Open-toed and heeled shoes busily paraded the crowded wide sidewalks.
If only to protect against Sun damage, several persons wore hats. The ladies were very conservative and proper. Rather than the 1990s, one had the sense that this was Paris of the 1920s to 1930s.
From the textures, styles, even to the hairstyles, it was definitely not contemporary times. Even the ambiance was more so 1930s Paris. On a cobblestoned road, we began going around a circle but not the Place de L’Étoile.
Then the cab driver stopped without having gotten me to my destination. Soon, we both got out with me being understandably pissed off at him. We then abandoned the cab and proceeded walking through the traffic-choked street.
This was when I saw a dashingly handsome Black man walking with a White woman. He was on her left, his moustache a distinctive, well-groomed signature. He wore a white shirt and these wonderful khaki slacks.
He was simply handsome… extraordinarily so. The Sun simply loved this man’s face. His skin, bone structure, eyes and teeth simply made the light glow that much more beautifully.
Goodness, this man was dizzyingly good-looking. Smooth, jet-black skin, it looked as though it had been pounded by some shamanic West African tanner/sculptor.
This man had all the elevated sophistication of Duke Ellington but was, of course, considerably darker than the Jazz genius. The moment that I saw him, I knew instinctively that he was the man whose faded photograph I had seen in that unoccupied house back on February 16, 1989.
Perhaps, this was myself or Essence Twin, living a very urbane life in 1930s Paris. Nonetheless, I totally connected with him; he was as familiar and connected as James Tramble or, for that matter, Merlin.
On seeing him, I became at once thrilled and uplifted. Soon, it was obvious that they could not see me. I was as if travelling back in Time and getting a glimpse into that past life. Just as now that organic bungalow was also seemingly last occupied in the 1930s.
The driver then slapped me from my euphoric daze when demanding that I pay him 160 FF. More to the point, the bum had not even gotten me to my destination!
Then again, in terms of having served as an astral guide, he had handsomely performed done his task. After all, had we stayed in the cab and driven on, I would never have seen that man whom, at the level of soul, I so intimately knew.
“What?! Are you dreaming? I’m not going to give you no more than 60 FF. Even that is too much, you still haven’t left me anywhere near rue de Grenelle in the sixth arrondissement.”
He was short, dark-haired and moustachioed. A swarthy, provincial Frenchman he proved. I most certainly did not give him a cent – let alone the rest of my time.
In what proved the third dream, several trunks were standing about the Crab Hill, Sandy Point, St. Kitts house; several of them were standing on end. A little lapdog busied its short-legged self by scurrying about the house.
Everywhere, there were trunks packed and in the centre of the rooms. In the study, there were candles; so, I went there and began closing the windows.
As I went about closing the windows, I wondered how one could have gotten so lapsed as to have not kept the place closed and more secured. For fear that it could start raining at any time, I then began closing the doors.
Besides which, it was coming on to nighttime. The study was filled with innumerable volumes; the books were bound in rich leathers and cluttered everywhere. I really enjoyed being in the room when drinking the vista of its wealth of knowledge.
As I had closed the window, I saw Yvette Morehead’s sizeable brood outside on the steps of her house playing. Max Worsthorne was up in his house whilst looking down at me. He was very stout and handsome.
When I went to close the rest of the doors, I noticed that the papaya tree – which I had planted in childhood – had grown quite large. I came out to admire the fruit tree that I had planted and, on stepping onto the steps, saw Gowan Dalrymple outside in the yard.
He went into the old kitchen and was wearing an overall. He was so handsome and alluring-eyed. I was really warmed to have seen him. Soon, I decided to seduce him because he was one of the warmest sensualists that I met during my teenage years.
We were quite hidden from view; thus, I went into the kitchen after him and closed the bottom door after me. Whilst I was in the old kitchen with Gowan Dalrymple, Max Worsthorne could not see us.
I did, though, recall those memories of seeing him naked when a child and what an oversized cock he had. Stooping to my knees, I began giving Gowan Dalrymple a blowjob.
He had been standing there waiting; his readily tumescent cock disturbed the draping of his overalls. Opening up the blue denim overalls, I got out his cock. Before going down on him, we made very long, intense, soulful eye contact.
His were such warm, smiling penetrating eyes – they certainly are in the waking state. The thing about this experience was how awakened it was. I could smell his breath as he yearningly breathed past parted lips.
Everything about the encounter was real; the encounter was astral planed. Going down on him, I could taste the slight briny sting of his precum. His balls smelt really loud – like a man ought to.
Even whilst on my knees, I spent most of the time whilst performing fellatio, looking equally unflinchingly into his eyes. During our awakened astral plane encounter, we had hardly said a word to each other.
Gowan Dalrymple shuddered throughout as I gave him the slowest, most nerve-wracking blowjob. The sexual play truly was a sensual massage that transcended the physical bounds of his senses.
Whilst performing fellatio, I was simultaneously massaging myself to an orgasm. This, though, occurred without him or me masturbating my cock. This was a purely spiritual experience.
What we shared was essence contact… in the true sense of the word. The massage of his warm, moist, throbbing cock against my lips and into my mouth was sensually overwhelming.
This was a peak experience; it easily transcended that blowjob that I performed on the actor Mel Gibson in the dream of June 21, 1992 – the summer solstice. The feel of this motion was sublime; it was akin to the arousal of spirit one feels for watching Evelyn Hart pour her soul into an emotive port de bras.
Photo Credits: Ulm Cathedral, Germany
Diana, HRH Princess of Wales & HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. Soeul, Korea 1992
1940s Citroen CVB
Model by © Francisco Martins Photography.
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