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Antonios Dreams Through out the novel Bless Me Ultima Antonio has ten dreams that unconsciously helps him understand answers to many of his questions Without these dreams Antonio would be lost in the world that surrounds him When Antonio meets Ultima he dreams of her owl as being the Saint of the land Although most people think of the owl as being associated with dark evil witches this was a unique owl This Owl represented the soul of Ultima Ultimas arrival signifies the start of a new period in Antonios life Ultima teaches him many things about the earths powers He would harvest many herbs learning that you have to tell the herbs why they are being harvested Ultima would help Antonio out when he would become frightened She plays a significant role in Antonios thoughts and dreams She helps him understand differences between god and the power of the land In Antonios second dream he saw his brothers calling upon him to save them Since Ultima came along and gave him a spiritual relationship with nature he uses the power of the river and earth rather then the power of god to save his brothers This confuses Antonio because know he does not know what to believe in He wants to become a priest in the Catholic Church but he seems drawn to the new earthly god as we will see with the golden carp Antonio is really dedicated to keeping his innocence In his 3rd dream of the novel he becomes concerned with the souls of his brothers getting doomed to eternal domination His 4th dream shows his brothers coming home He saw his brothers dark-figures on the crest of the horizon moving homeward Antonio gets excited pops out of bed and runs to the door To his excitement he saw his brothers walking up to the house Later in yet another of Antonios dreams he saw his brothers leading him to
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