Sorry that this is a new question rather than an edit (I couldn't locate the one I'd just posted!) but, I know from reason, the disliker of my many recent questions didn't read the full questions but based his dislikes on the titles. Can these dislikes be removed, please? I know that this is the case, because they were all 'disliked' within an unrealistically short space. The actual questions are fine- the titles may perhaps imply humour? Maybe he thought I was taking the micky? Either which way, the downvotes are not deserved (please feel free to read said questions) and having all my (important) queries downvoted as you scroll down the page may damage my chances of other people taking an interest in answering them as they have been devalued. But they are not opinion-based, can be answered, are researched and our clear in what they're asking. What more must I do?!
Let's start with the basics
If the votes were indeed targetted and all by the same person, they will likely be rolled back by an automatic script that runs nightly to prevent exactly this kind of abuse.
Manually removing votes is outside the powers of moderators, the SE community team has the capability to do this, but it is rarely invoked and only in instances where there is more subtle targetting that the script cannot deal with.
The system encourages question downvotes. They don't cost any reputation and are in fact intended to be more prevalent than answer downvotes. The rationale for this is here.
In light of these two things, we're going to assume that there is nothing amiss in this case. The only real thing I can tell you is not to sweat it. It might seem like a big deal right now, but if there is something wrong, then the script will take care of it.
Don't let a few downvotes bother you, people are free to vote how they want. We don't tell people how to vote (we really can't do that, not in any meaningful way). Sure it would be nice if people all voted in a way that made sense, and only voted on post content and judged the whole post for it's merits. But in truth, people don't do that.
However, don't lose heart. Here are some good reasons to shrug and keep moving
Downvotes matter little with respect to reputation. 1 question upvote nullifies 2.5 downvotes, one answer upvote nullifies 10 of them. So as long as you get one upvote for every few downvotes, your rep gain will almost always be positive. Even people who write garbage here have experienced significant rep gains.
Most people don't vote capriciously (At least not with downvotes). Most of the time people put a lot of thought into their downvotes. I'm likely to upvote anything that's good (as long as I see it and am in a voting mode, which I haven't been doing as much lately). MOST people think hard before they downvote, a lot harder than if they don't.
All these words to say, don't sweat the small stuff. And a few random downvotes (Even if targetted), is small stuff.
You aren't getting "likes" and "dislikes" you're getting upvotes and downvotes.
This isn't pedantry (although you really should use the correct terms)... keep in mind that a downvote is defined as "This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful," not "I don't like this question."
I don't know about anyone else, but I find that jocularity and repetition makes your questions much less clear than they might otherwise be. I wasn't entirely sure what you were getting at the first couple times you asked about how joyous Heaven is, but after your 6th or 7th version, I stopped paying attention - to me, if you need to ask a question so many different ways, you really need to focus it a lot more.
Now you're asking a lot of questions about Platonic Forms, and I think they suffer from the same problems: you're asking the same question multiple times, or you're looking for a discussion and not actually asking a question, e.g. Does Platonism have a denomination/group/following within Christianity?
What more must I do?!
Ask questions that are clear and complete in the first place and don't keep asking variations of it over and over. If you think of some additional angle that you want to work into your question(s), you can always edit it.