Del de sente osto (or ovo)

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Del de sente osto (or ovo)

Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Dec 05, 2009 9:28 pm

Around 5 am two mornings ago my son came in my room after being woken up by a bad dream. He told me what his dream was

'He
was in a split bath bathroom where the toilette is in another section.
He was in the bath section and there was a hole in the wall. The hole
contained a shower and he climbed through the hole to take a shower. He
turned the shower on and it started filling up with water. He got
scared and he yelled to me "what do you do if the shower fills up?".
The shower filled up over his head and spilled out. He said he drowned.'

Upon falling asleep after my son got in bed with me I remember talking to someone and they said something like this
"Del de sente osto (I'm thinking it was Ovo)"

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Re: Del de sente osto (or ovo)

Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:58 pm

del de asiente
of the one of it seats osto

That's the best translation I've been able to get. I got it from worldlingo

osto and ovo are both latin too. I know that osto is bone and ovo is egg.

I don't speak Spanish.

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Post by hind'sfeet on Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:26 am

I think I finally got it from google translator. I was playing around with Latin based languages and Italian and Spanish didn't give me a translation that was complete, did not translate osto.
So I tried portuguese to Catalan and then Catalan to English
in Catalan it gave a complete sentence that made sense:
de l'ACE s'envia - Sent from the ACE

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Post by Guest on Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:25 am

Osto=Purchase, the other definition is made of bone and this is in esperanto
The acquisition or act of buying something by payment of money or equivalent.
Deste Italian piedemontese
meaning to hear or to smell
del is spanish and means:from him,of the,of,beloning to,about,coming from due to,caused by
is all about your son and the message is about salvation.
May the Lord Bless you and keep You.

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Post by hind'sfeet on Mon Dec 07, 2009 6:24 pm

Thank you SO much for your reply!!! I've been praying for my son and my
husband every night. The other night I had an experience while praying
and I posted on one of the boards that I want a confirmation that it
was of Yahweh and that it was the Holy Spirit. That same night is when
my son and I had the dream. My friends that I'm staying with for a
while said that they had bad dreams but did not tell me what they were
(I've been praying for their salvation every night too).

I had read on heartsong ministry page about dream symbols that
waterfalls mean something to do with the Holy Spirit and I was thinking
it could also include a shower and because the water went over his head
and he drowned, maybe it means he will be filled with the Holy Spirit.

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