To dream that you are talking to an unknown spirit forewarns that someone is trying to deceive you. If the spirit is known and welcomed by you, it is a sign of great good luck and good fortune in business affairs.
The spire can often be taken in dreams as a phallic symbol, particularly – and somewhat obviously – the erect one. In a woman’s dream, the spire will usually represent her sense of the ultimate, whereas in a man’s dream it is more likely to represent his ambition.
(Material aspects) To see a spire in a dream is to recognize a landmark, whether personal or more universal. In previous times, people oriented themselves by churches. Now a pub tends to be a marker, but in dreams the spire still persists.
As a representation of our spiritual progression, the spire suggests the movement from the secular to the sacred. It has represented this from time immemorial. Consulting the entry for tower as well as religious buildings in buildings and also the information for spiritual imagery in the introduction should help provide further clarification.
A girl operating a spinning wheel in a dream represents contentment, giving things their true worth, or devoting one’s life to a good cause. If the girl keeps on weaving, then when she finishes her work she unravels the fabric in the dream, it means God’s wrath, afflictions, or destruction. (Also see Spindle; Spinning; Wheel)
To dream that you are spinning, means that you will engage in some enterprise, which will be all you could wish.
If you dream that you and/or your surroundings are spinning, you are feeling overwhelmed and out of control. Your plans may be filled with complications and you are probably having strong anxieties about schoolwork or a social situation. Sometimes this dream can also refer to a sudden passionate attraction to a new acquaintance.
To dream about yours or someone else’s spine, represents your responsibilities and the support you have in your life. You need to keep your head high even in difficult times.