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This was in my house...

Postby chowderpope » Sun Jul 09, 2017 6:00 am

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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Shawn Blackwolf » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:11 am

Yeah...never liked those spiders , myself...scary looking things...

However , if we take it as a "sign" , and interpret it...

You would be dealing with the camel , associated with the path of the High Priestess
on the Tree Of Life...interestingly , this is associated with the so called "false sephirah"
Da'ath , which acts as a wormhole to the backside of the Tree , or Mirror Universe...

http://www.qabalah.dk/Paths/13gimelhighpriestess.html

http://inthedark.ning.com/groups/study- ... e-qlippoth

As Kenneth Grant and others have written about , the spider is symbolic of the reverse side of the Tree ,
yet the initiatress , and challenger on the initiate's path...

I would incorporate all meanings of the above , if I chose to see the appearance as a sign of more than
a "normal" visitor to your household... [wink]
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Desecrated » Sun Jul 09, 2017 10:05 am

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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Spida » Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:28 am

That is an ugly spider. I see wolf spiders around the house sometimes. I don't mind those. The most aggressive bug that invades my home on occasion is the Earwig. They will feed off you while you are sleeping. Especially if you have any exposed cuts or scrapes. Their bite feels like a mild electric shock. I learned that from experience, so an effort is made to eliminate areas of entry.
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby sirot » Fri Jul 14, 2017 6:23 am

If I saw this in my house, I'd burn it to the ground.
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Malogranatum » Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:31 am

It kind of looks pregnant... [zomg]
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby DWilke » Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:42 am

That seriously looks like a camel spider, I hate those things. I had one run at me when I was active duty and under the cargo floor of a C17 inspecting the floor for repair. Yeah, eff those things...
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Occultess » Thu Nov 23, 2017 3:33 am

The first time I ever heard of a camel spider was watching a documentary on PBS about these guys that thought they found the Lost City of Ubar hidden under the sand. One of them said that they slept out in the desert one night (or maybe in their jeep) and when he woke up in the morning, there was a camel spider on his face. He got it off and then looked at his face in the mirror on the jeep and found that the spider had eaten off his nose. They mentioned that they have some sort of venom or something that is like an anasthetic.
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Cerber » Sat Nov 25, 2017 2:00 pm

Occultess wrote:The first time I ever heard of a camel spider was watching a documentary on PBS about these guys that thought they found the Lost City of Ubar hidden under the sand. One of them said that they slept out in the desert one night (or maybe in their jeep) and when he woke up in the morning, there was a camel spider on his face. He got it off and then looked at his face in the mirror on the jeep and found that the spider had eaten off his nose. They mentioned that they have some sort of venom or something that is like an anasthetic.

I definitely didn't want that imagery in my mind.. [neutral3]
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby the_spiral » Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:56 pm

If it makes everyone feel better, most of the stories about camel spiders are myths! They are nonvenomous. A bite from one would definitely hurt but won't make your face fall off or anything like that. They're just ugly as hell by human standards, which apparently gives people license to crush and destroy them.
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Cerber » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:15 pm

the_spiral wrote:They're just ugly as hell by human standards, which apparently gives people license to crush and destroy them.

Very relatable.. [stare]
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Re: This was in my house...

Postby Hound » Tue Nov 28, 2017 12:51 am

the_spiral wrote:If it makes everyone feel better, most of the stories about camel spiders are myths!


Indeed. Spiders tend to get a bad wrap. Even some of the most venomous in the world aren't really a danger to human beings. The six-eyed sand spider, although widely feared, has only been recorded biting a human... twice. They're extremely non-confrontational.
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