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99 Interesting Facts About . . .Dreams

  1. According to Plato, dreams originate in the organs of the belly. Plato describes the liver in particular as the biological seat of dreams.

  2. Elias Howe (1819-1867) said one inspiration for his invention of the sewing machine came from a nightmare he had about being attacked by cannibals bearing spears that looked like the needle he then designed.

  3. Modern research has shown that a sharp decrease in daily calories results in fewer nocturnal ejaculations in men and an overall decrease in the sexual Except in extremely rare cases, everyone dreams themes of dreams.

  4. Aside from those who experience certain kinds of injury, it?s a biological fact that everyone dreams. However, not everyone remembers his or her dreams.

  5. Most of us dream every 90 minutes, and the longest dreams (30-45 minutes) occur in the morning.

  6. The scientific study of dreams is known as oneirology (Latin oneiros: dream, ology: writing).

  7. One West African group, the Ashanti, take dreams so seriously that they would allow a husband to take legal action against another man if that man had an erotic dream about his wife.

  8. All cultures and time periods report nightmares. The word ?nightmare? derives from the Anglo-Saxon word mare, meaning demon?which is related to the Sanskrit mara, meaning destroyer, and mar, meaning to crush. So the word ?nightmare? carries with it connotations of being crushed by demonic forces.

  9. Lilith, who in some accounts preceded Eve in the Garden of Eden, fled the Garden when she learned that God expected her to ?lay under? Adam. She later becomes an early version of a succubi, or night demon, who causes men's nocturnal ejaculations in order to feed on the resulting bodily fluids.

  10. Discovered in 1856, the planet Neptune (which is named after the Roman god of the sea) is considered the planet of dreams?because, like water, dreams distort and cloud images and meaning. Additionally, water represents the depths of the unconscious and our emotional levels in dream imagery, places that our dreams take us.