(See Wrecking ball)
Crane1. Longevity. 2. Magic. 3. One may be facing the lifting of a heavy burden.
Crane(bird) symbolic of mindless chatter, Isa. 38:14
Crane(machine) symbolic of a major project or season of building up in someone’s life
CraneA dream denoting wickedness on the part of the dreamer (Gypsy) ; the symbolism here is probably derived from the well-known destructiveness of these birds among the fish and smaller varieties of their own species. To the Egyptians it was a symbol of the dawn and of regeneration, while to…
Craneit represents a person from a foreign land who is poor and a destitute.