A demonic spirit, Isa. 59:4-5
Black Widow1. Insecurities, often regarding relationships. 2. Feminine power, often hostile in nature.
Widow(Er)1. Lonely, isolated. 2. Desire to end relationship with one’s wife.
SpiderOne who does works of evil; research color and type, i.E. Daddy longlegs is a relative; brown recluse is a worker hiding from responsibility
Spider1. Danger. 2. Dangerous enemy. 3. Dangerous to oneself. 4. Fear of being rendered helpless.
SpiderSpiders are demonic spirits; symbols of lies and confusion or a web of deceit in someone’s life, Isa. 59:4-5
Spider Weba web can symbolize a trap made of lies and confusing information, Isa. 59:4-5
SpiderThe spider represents an obstacle that worries the dreamer. It can recur many times, as long as the obstacle remains in the dreamer’s mind. The spider can be something that the dreamer lacks and wants very much, or it can bea person who annoys the dreamer. See Insects.
SpiderSome believe that the spider is symbolic of an unkind and sneaky individual. Are you the spider building a web, or are you being dragged into one? A spider’s web might represent entanglement and the general complexities of life. Depending on the details of the dream, it could also symbolize…
Black1. Sorrow and mourning. 2. Absorbing energy (black absorbs light, producing heat, energy). 3. Sober, austere (like the clothing of a minister or priest).
Black BeltAn expert in spiritual warfare
Black CatA black cat can symbolize evil or bad luck for many non-Christians and is a common dream symbol in many nightmares
Black HorseSymbolic of famine, Rev. 6:5
Black SheepAn outcast or misfit
Black JackGambling with Dark Side.
Black vehicleSecret movement.
Ink, black on white paperImprinting a mind-pattern.
Issue in blackHiding thoughts.
Pitch BlackVery in-depth thinking; a void; hidden secrets.
Windows, black, tintedHiding inner thoughts.