Lucid Intent? No
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I am not sure about the details anymore, but it would seem like I have been left to care for a group of children. I think they were four boys of varing ages between 7 and 12. This seemed to be a very poor family, but they lived in quite a big house with one floor, though it is obvious it has seen better days. I don't know where the parents are in the dream, but they're somewhere. Recently the mother has discovered a very rare enchanted object in the form of a very ordinary looking cheap-styrofoam dinner plate that by merely wishing for a certain food would produce it. I had tested it earlier with some snacks. I had wised for a cinnamon bun and a custard filled long john and the plate dutifully produced both snacks.
The boys I was taking care of didn't know anything about the plate yet, and they had helped themselves to a simple meal of left over cauliflower or something similar, and were eatting it joylessly at the table, two on each side. I wanted to surprise them with a luxurious dinner of pork chops and mashed potatoes, so I find two terra cotta dishes to put them in, and take them to another room to conjure up the food and to put them in the containers. I thought about how thrilled they would be to eat some meat. However I don't really recall getting that far, something happens between then and my conjuring up the dinner.
I remember finding the magic dinner plate destoryed possibly by the family dog. I was very very upset. That dinner plate meant a sure source of food for the family and even meant they could possibly buy their way out of poverty if they didn't need to spend any money on food anymore. I think the mother shows up around here and she's crying about the lost precious plate.
There are man identical plates scattered around, but I didn't think for a momment they could also be magic. I decide to test it out eventually. I pick up a stack of the plates and see what I can do with them. I don't remember trying to conjure up food, but I found that there had to be at least one more magic plate in the stack, or maybe they were all magic.
I notice others testing out single plates and it would appear that indeed they could do magical things with the plates, though not neccessarrily conjure up food stuff.
I made a storm by gathering up huge black clouds in the sky. Satisfied that there was more than one magic plate I was no longer so upset by the destruction of the other one. Not that anyone tested it to see if it still worked.
There are many other things that happened that I can't recall quite enough to write about.
Skip ahead a bit and there is a potion of the dream I remember where I had one plate. I was outside of either an air port lobby or a mall, some place where there were glass doors and you could look inside and see lots of people milling around. I was with two young boys, I think in the dream I was a friend of theirs. I also must have been younger than I am in real life, because I was about the same height as they were.
I decide to test the limits of the magic plate, and I press the plate up against the glass window and make a wish that I could see God and who of the people inside the building were goign to heaven or hell. The two boys who were with me seem to think that was a bad wish, and seemed nervous about it. I felt a little nervous about it, too, but I couldn't take the wish back. I see something like a cloud congealing in the air inside the mall or air port, and then I could see a face in it. It looked like a monster, like a huge fanged skull, but it would morph into another more pleasing form later (I forget what it looked like) and then I could see something like colored clouds around the people inside the building. They glowed different colors. I forget what colors, but this was how I was supposed to see which people were headed for heaven and which ones were headed for hell. It seemed to be a pretty even mix.
I don't remember anything else.