I’m not sure it is E.A. or not him directly
I had a couple of dreams that were consecutive in nature. the first one was me talking to E.A. about a book I read recently and why it was important to magicians to read this material. he looked like E.A. but really, really tired(the eyes had semi-dark circles) but had no signs of fatigue. also the eyes were an off shoot of yellow.
the next night/dream he talked to me about were I should direct my attention in regards to magic. he said I should stay away from things like pyrokinesis"which could be achieved my simpler means", and stick to what will lead to results(I got the impression of molding people’s perceptions). I asked wasn’t the point of magick to achieve the otherwise impossible? he said to give it a shot if I think it is possible, but I may be wasting my time(or something along those lines).
the next night/dream I got an email from a friend on here, and it said that e.a. doesn’t visit people in their dreams, so whoever I was talking to, it wasn’t him.
he’s appeared since then on and off, mainly to give me advice
some other things I noticed, the dreams he appeared in were darker and had much more red… but then again, these dreams, outside of E.A.s part, involved me traveling down further and further into hell, so that may have just been part of the package.
my theory, many people see E.A. as a kind of guru, so when someone in a dream has to give you advice on the LHP, guess who they appear as?
I just did a stichomancy reading on why E.A. appeared in my dreams and this was the result. pay attention to the first paragraph, though the end of the second is ironically accurate.
Woman and Labour by Olive Schreiner:
the causes which in modern European societies are leading women to attempt readjustment in their relation to their social organism; with the direction in which such readjustments are taking place; and with the results which in the future it appears likely such readjustments will produce.
After eleven years, 1899, these chapters were finished and bound in a large volume with the first two divisions. There then only remained to revise the book and write a preface. In addition to the prose argument I had in each chapter one or more allegories; because while it is easy clearly to express abstract thoughts in argumentative prose, whatever emotion those thoughts awaken I have not felt myself able adequately to express except in the other form. (The allegory “Three Dreams in a Desert” which I published