Pop star Lady Gaga told Rolling Stone she has a recurring dream about being told to cut her wrist, and she thinks there’s a connection to an illuminati ritual.
Here’s my interpretation of her dream, based on the account she gave to Rolling Stone, as reported in Bossip, in which she said:
“I have this recurring dream sometimes where there’s a phantom in my home and he takes me into a room, and there’s a blond girl with ropes tied to all four of her limbs. And she’s got my shoes on from the Grammys. Go figure—pyscho. And the ropes are pulling her apart.”
“I never see her get pulled apart, but I just watch her whimper, and then the phantom says to me, ‘If you want me to stop hurting her and if you want your family to be OK, you will cut your wrist.’ And I think that he has his own, like, crazy wrist-cutting device. And he has this honey in, like, Tupperware, and it looks like sweet-and-sour sauce with a lot of MSG from New York. Just bizarre. And he wants me to pour the honey into the wound, and then put cream over it and a gauze.”
She’s feeling haunted by an issue that leaves her feeling tied (restricted) and emotionally pulled apart. It relates back to the time she wore those shoes to the Grammys, and resonates with a deeper issue.
Cutting the wrist is symbolic, of course. The blond woman in the dream is the part of herself that feels tied up and pulled apart from time to time, so cutting the wrist is like cutting the bind that ties.
The phantom represents this issue that haunts her, and he suggests not only releasing herself from the ties that bind and restrict her, but adding a healing element, represented in the dream by the sweet and sour honey with MSG that reminds her of New York. So my feeling is that there’s a ‘sweet and sour’ emotional issue relating to New York that Lady Gaga needs to explore and release. This will free her from feeling pulled apart.
Is MSG a preservative? If it is, it suggests this New York thing is a long-standing (preserved) issue that she would be well to address and let go.
I’d like to ask Lady Gaga some questions to get a closer interpretation of course.
The Rolling Stone article suggests she’s pretty freaked out by this recurring dream, as most people would be. The worrying thing about this kind of dream is not the dream itself, it’s that people have lost connection with interpreting dreams and so regard this kind of scary dream as literal, (devil, exorcism, cut wrists) whereas, in fact, it’s symbolic and potentially healing.