Yes. I had a dream of him again.
It has always been after I have been sick or just plain tired that I see him and last night I did. There wasn't really anything interesting happening in that dream expect that this guy somehow... bleeded over me as I was sitting in the place I can't really sit, watching landscape I could not see as I didin't have eyes to do so.
It was no blood at all, I have no idea what it was as I did not actually see it. I just knew that he was there standing over me, as always, but this time he was giving of this... strange fluid. I need to draw something about it. I want to give you even a little hunch of what I felt while having that dream.
Some of you have been asking me has he tolt me his name.
I think that now he has. I'm not sure thought. Maybe its not even real word not to mention about name.
But as I woke up my head was filled with word Mata
... or Meta
. My mind is making fun with me as I am not sure which of it it is OR if it even is his name. Yet sometimes there is Mattara
and something that sounds similiar to that, like Metaron
or something. Don't know. I have desided to call him Mata. This guy is creeping me out really. because even if he doesn't want anything bad, I feel uneasy. Its like seeing some part of yourself that you try to forget or don't want to acknowledge.
I will put this in sketches as soon as I finish with that lineart one.
Drawing makes it easier to accept him i think...
some interestin Comments I have had here:
~LegendOfSupernatural"Metatron is the name of an angel, if that helps. Maybe you've got a guardian watching over you."
~crmsndragonwngs"Interestingly enough, Mattara is a real name (it is thought to be the origin of the name Metatron, an angel in Judaism). It means "keeper of the watch." According to Wikipedia, it comes from the Hebrew verb "mmtr," meaning to guard or protect. So, perhaps your guy here is a guardian, of sorts.
Here's the wikipedia article on Metatron: [link] I'm linking you to the etymology section because it is by far the most interesting in context with your dream. "
I did a little more looking (you've got me curious lol), and Metatron seems to be depicted with shocks of orange threading through his wings.[link]"He is called both Metatron and Mattatron, and the name is believed to either come from Mattara or the Hebrew "mmtr," both loosely meaning guardian. Metatron is also greek for "beyond matrix," possibly a referrence to his high ranking or Metatron's Cube (a geometric figure said to be necessary to understanding the tree of life in Eden). He is often called a celestial scribe, keeper of the Book of Life, and the "Prince of Countenance" (as he is one of the few angels allowed to look at God's face). There seems to be a huge debate around him though, over where exactly his name comes from and where exactly HE actually comes from (he is believed to be a heavenly incarnation of Enoch in some tellings, and in others he came into being when God created earth). Here's an interesting read (and where I got this info): [link]
That article focuses on the idea that Metatron is Enoch ascended, and gives a pretty glorious description of him at the end of the page:
"Additional wisdom and spiritual qualities caused Enoch's height and breadth to become equal to the height and breadth of the earth. God attached thirty-six wings to his body, and gave him three hundred and sixty-five eyes, each as bright as the sun. His body turned into celestial fire -- flesh, veins, bones, hair, all metamorphosed to glorious flame. Sparks emanated from him, and storms, whirlwind, and thunder encircled his form. The angels dressed him in magnificent garments, including a crown, and arranged his throne. A heavenly herald proclaimed that from then on his name would no longer be Enoch, but Metatron, and that all angels must obey him, as second only to God."
He doesn't appear in the Old or New Testaments of the Bible, though he does seem to be a fairly large figure in Judaism, some branches of Christianity and Islam. He does, however, appear in the Talmud (a Jewish religious text) and the Book of Enoch (I've never read either, so I can't give any more on that)
On a more light-hearted note, he appears in an episode of Supernatural (I don't know which), and he is mentioned in Silent Hill (the video game).
I hope this helps! I feel like my sources aren't very reliable, but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot about him around (unless you read the Hebrew texts, I suppose)."