Element (Iron, Etc.)Go back to the basics.
Iron1. Feeling of strength, permanence. 2. Someone or something harsh, unbending or ruthless.
Branding İronSymbolic of slavery, Isa. 3:24, 1 Tim. 4:2
IronStrength or men, Prov. 27:17
Iron BarsSymbolic of arguments, Prov. 18:19
Iron RodSymbolic of judgment, Rev. 19:15
IronTo dream of being hurt with iron signifies damage; to trade in iron with strangers, losses and misfortune (Arte- midorus). See Kipling, “Rewards and Fairies.”
A Ring Made of IronWealth that a person will receive from the king.
Bars of Iron, Steel or LeadHe will receive the fortunes of this world if they are in their original form or molten.
Limbs of the Body Becoming IronIf a person sees his arms, calves of the legs, clothes etc. Becoming iron it means he will attain along life.
FireSpiritual fire purifies unto regeneration; fire may also be seen as a warning
Fire1. Passion, desire; consuming. 2. Cleansing and puriﬁcation. 3. Libido, forbidden passions. 4. Symbol of home and domesticity. 5. Nurturing. 6. Ultimate form of destruction. 7. Bad-tempered.
Fire Engine1. A continuing high state of anxiety, alarm (especially if the truck fails to reach its destination). 2. Good fortune comes after scary times. 3. May be guilty of unpleasant behavior (especially if riding the truck).
Breathing FireSymbolic of destructive words, Jer. 5:14
FireSymbolic of the word of God, Ps. 29:7, Jer. 23:29. Fire can also symbolize a raging problem in someone’s life. Fire, brimstone, and scorching winds are all judgments against the wicked, Ps. 11:6. A house on fire is symbolic of judgment, Ezek. 16:41
Fire AlarmA warning of impending trouble in life, Hosea 5:8
Fire BreathingA person breathing fire out of their mouth symbolizes a verbal attack, Ps. 57:4
Fire ExtinguisherSymbolic of the need to put out an argument or disagreement, Prov. 25:8
Fire WalkingTo dream of walking or passing through fire is symbolic of being tested, refined, or matured, Ps. 66:12, 1 Peter 4:12