A dream of accepting death?
Accepting death in your dream may suggest that you are accepting defeat, failure and disappointment. Death in dream symbolizes things you can't resolve, things you feel no where to turn, it is a defeat to your life. Projecting falling into an arctic exhibit and hiding from animals may indicate that there are some fear that you cannot over come. The shark/whale type of thing charging you could suggest that there are some sort of criticism you are received. You may be feeling helpless, nothing you can do about. That is why you choose accepting death, in other words, you are aware of your defeat and accepting death shows sign of losing control and losing confidence in life. Examine your life lately and see if any thing that is not going smoothly happening lately, and that may trigger this dream.
Where would you hide a Death Note?
If i was a guy and i had noo siblings it would be in a playboy magazine. But since im a girl it woul probably be in a tampon box. lol ^-^
How do you skin a cow's hide for preservation?
" I Know for Sure" needs to get back to Skyrim and leave the real world alone. I am an Alaskan trapper. For skinning a big animal, especially for a rug or wall hanging - the #1 most important thing is to make sure your cut down the belly is 100% dead center chin to neck, to belly button, to anus. If you are off 6" on the left - it means you have to take 6" off the right to make it look correct...... and this makes the rug considerable less smaller and spectacular. The second thing - you never use a super sharp knife and cut close to the hide - this is how you get holes in it! Instead, you cut the hide off and leave a little bit of fat. You can spend 4 extra hours skinning and nick and make holes - or - leave a little extra, save 4 hours, and just spend 30 minutes doing some fleshing. Hanging upside down, You cut down the rear legs on the insde to the anus. Then up from the anus dead center to the chin. On the front legs - you cut on the inside in a straight line. Take a peek at other cattle rugs online and then decide if you want to just stop at the neck, or, keep on with the head. Skinning the head takes time, and, is probably not worth it ........ i would not. Once off, remove as much fat and flesh from the hide without nicking the skin. Then let it dry in a cool dry place out of the direct sunlight. You want to get as much mositure off it to keep the weight down. After 12 hours or so fold it wet to wet side, dry to dry side and toss it into a freezer. After a few days you should be able to pack it into a cheapo WalMart styrofoam big cooler and ship it to a tannery. A tannery will charge you more if this hide is dripping wet, smelly, or salted. So get it dry and frozen. You could air dry it - if you got every piece of fat and meat off - which is what you need to do if you dont have a big enough freezer. If the weather is damp, it starts to dry too slow and smell a bit off - you can put salt on it but never table salt - always the non-iodized stuff or it will turn blue. Once air dried - you have about a year to get it to a tannery. Good luck
You have to play hide and seek with death in your house. Where will you hide?
Q: “You have to play hide and seek with death in your house. Where will you hide?”One of the best ways to hide is in plain sight or as something the person is not looking for. This would favour hiding in the kitchen bin, along with a dead fish, because Death is looking for a living being. That reminds me of the story of Jesus’ resurrection, where the angels said to the frightened women “Why do you look for the living among the dead?” (Luke 24:5).If death was not playing but recruiting corpses as usual then I would respond according to my faith. There would be no need to hide.
Do dogs try to hide when they think they are dying?
Okay so this question has been on my mind all day today. About a year ago my dog, Snickers got an infection in her uterus. We didn't know until the side of her stomach became swollen and large, though. When we noticed this we took her to the vet and fixed her up and now she's fine:) Anyways, my point is, about a week before we figured out she was dying she went and hid underneath our shed out back. We tried to do everything to get her out, and eventually she finally came out when we sprayed the hose down there. It took forever though. The next day she tried to do it again but I stopped her from doing it again. She never dpes that like ever, and I was just wondering, do you think she did it because she thought she was dying too?
How does the US government hide the death of special forces soldiers during black ops?
I agree with the previous answers and would also assume that any personnel taking part in a black op will have been "sheep dipped" to conceal their identities, even if their bodies were to be captured. This would be British practice, if they did black ops. Which they don't, not ever, nor ever will (coughs nervously and keeps fingered crossed behind back).They will carry no ID documents or insignia that identify them as currently serving US personnel. Any ID they do carry, perhaps as part as an escape and evasion kit, will be in a false name and, maybe, nationality.While their weapons, clothing and equipment may be the same as used by the US military they will not have been procured and issued through normal military channels. Instead they will have been bought on the international market through third parties. No items would be carried that are unique to the US. For instance, if a Navy SEAL was carrying a SAW it would not be their usual Mk. 46 or Mk. 48 instead it would a FN Minimi or Maximi.The operators fingerprints and DNA will have been removed from the normal databases. I've been told that British SF will have any distinctive tattoos removed or inked over.Also, in the British case any personnel assigned to black ops will be ''retired" to the reserves and reinstated to active duty afterwards. That way they can be dismissed as "mercenaries" if they are identified.
Right before my grandfather died, he said to me, “Do not hide. Allow the unknown to find you”. What did he mean?
Sounds like he saw in you great leadership qualities. And that you have alot to offer others. Also perhaps he knew how close you were to him and that you needed to use all your strength to make it through this tumultuous time that comes following the death of such an important person. And that you would do it better with others than alone.
Can dogs sense the death of their owners?
Well it depends on what you mean when you say “sense”.Dogs have incredible noses and can do incredible things with them. An assistance dog can be trained to smell chemical changes that indicate a blood glucose level change, or changes in cortisol levels in people with adrenal problems. They can find restrooms by scenting out chlorinated water (this is actually how we train a dog to find a restroom, where there is chlorinated water there is a restroom) and obviously they can scent out drugs, money and even contraband fruits and veggies crossing country boarders.A dog would absolutely be able to recognize the death of a person at home. As the body begins to shut down your biochemistry will change and your core body temperature will lower. You will smell different. This can distress a dog and they can become even more distressed when the owner doesn’t acknowledge their requests for response.That’s why sometimes dogs set to eating a dead owner in just a few hours. They can still have kibble in their bowl but instead choose to ingest their owners. Your death distresses the dog so greatly that he will literally stress eat you.I actually just recently watched a youtube video by my favorite mortician on the topic of postmortem consumption of owners by pets: WOULD YOUR CAT OR DOG EAT YOUR CORPSE?For this very reason I have it legally written that I want my dogs to be brought to my corpse before I am cremated. I want to make it clear to them that I am dead and I did not choose to leave or abandon them. It breaks my heart to think of walking out one day and just not coming back to them. Dogs definitely understand death and can distinguish between a living person or a dead person (Case in point: search and rescue dogs vs. cadaver dogs. A dog can be trained to hunt for live people in a mass of dead ones such as was required on 9/11 at ground zero) and I want to give them some kind of closure. I know it is a bit of anthropomorphism to expect them to glean closure from said interaction but at least they will understand that I am no longer like I was before.
Think it was important for Aunt Alexandra and Miss Maudie to hide their sorrow at Tom’s death because?
It was already a highly intense, emotionally-charged issue. If they had unwisely drawn attention to themselves by openly displaying sympathy for Tom or his family, the situation would only have gotten worse. They would have become social outcasts and perhaps subjected to violence themselves.