Punctuation: how do I use '※ ※ ※' to separate ideas?
Recently I saw these '※ ※ ※' being used like I've never seen before. I'm used to seeing ※ ※ ※ used after large blocks of text, generally to signify a new location, time, or thought. It made me wonder, what is the correct usage of ※ ※ ※, and what on earth are these characters called?
Here is the example:
But here he was, confronting his fears, like no one else ever would. He looked at the door. It was made of gold. He then woke up.
※ ※ ※
"When will I rid myself of these garnish nightmares?" he said, waking up.
He flashed back to her golden hair in the moonlight.
※ ※ ※
He then woke up again. Momentums rained the straps upon its horses; Rabbits lining up to a restaurant to eat decomposing rabbits.
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