Q: I had a strange dream; My four year old brother was holding a black snake, my stepdad told him to throw it for me and when he did, the snake bit me. I also remember seeing a green snake, but it did not approach me. This morning when I wanted to get dressed, I found a pebble in my shoe, which turned out to be a shongololo. Whilst I was typing this email, a massive spider ran over my keyboard! What the hell? Insect day or what!
A: Whoa, if your guides are sending you extra signs you had better pay attention… so what ARE you up to?! Well, general meaning for this as follows: Snakes as a rule can indicate different things to different people. Most people perceive snakes as betrayal due to the bible connotation of the snake in Eden. Perhaps you are feeling left out of your own family, it must seem to you as if their life goes on with their happy new living arrangements, a son and a wonderful new house. Perhaps you are feeling betrayed by the fact that your life is still not moving forward and they can’t seem to notice through their own happiness. This is just a guess though Another meaning for being bitten by a snake: This signifies hidden fears and worries; something is threatening you. Your dream may be alerting you to something that you are not yet aware of or has not yet surfaced.
My father always says that spiders bring messages from the spirits. I am not sure what the shongololo’s significance is, but you really need to pay attention, perhaps there is a threat that you need to prepare for, keep your eyes peeled, and remain vigilant! An open mind is more receptive to messages. Pay attention!