I took it as a sign and followed the truck as it crept forward in the continual deluge. After a very long thirty minutes, the weather eased up enough for me to see I was on the right road. The Pegasus truck had led me through a series of lanes changes and safely out of the storm. Why did I trust a truck with a flying horse on it, when I couldn’t even see the road shoulder? It was a hunch. Since we aren’t likely to see dragons, unicorns, and the occasional dinosaur in the flesh, we must accept the images, instead.
Now, some people would say you can’t trust a mythical animal because it never existed. I’m not totally convinced it never existed and it also goes back to your personal mythology too. Do you believe there could have been flying horses, unicorns, or dragons? If you do, then it wouldn’t be too surprising to have one as a messenger.
Pegasus not too surprising symbolizes travel and mobility. His wings make him swift while his hooves keep him grounded. This worked for me since I needed help with traveling. Pegasus had the characteristics associated with wings including the ability to surmount obstacles, to reach our dreams, to fly higher by reaching inside for our intuitive side or gliding on the universal thermal. Wings, as the cartoon character, Opus, might opine are magical.
Pegasus, of Greek Mythology, appeared when a mission needed to be accomplished to help the individual. The horse was also considered to be clairvoyant because it could detect magic in others. It enables those with loft goals to reach them.
As totem go, Pegasus has the higher attributes such as overcoming evil, helping the rider transcend earthly issues, and serves as a reminder of the immortality of the soul. It is also thought that Pegasus can be used to astral travel. Some are content to let their spirit wander on its own, but others would prefer the company of a winged companion to ferry them between the two realms.
In the horse form, Pegasus represents freedom, endurance, strong emotion and sexual energy. A horse can lead you in new directions, and bring with it, power to do so.
To dream of a flying horse, indicates a desire to leave your problems behind. It can also be a message to re-evaluate your plans too. Are they workable or just pie in the sky?