1. Strength, aggression; conﬂict. 2. Mischievous (“of the devil”). 3. A phallus. 4. Magic (unicorn).
HornsTo see or hear a horn in your dream, signifies your need to pay attention to your inner voices and intuition.Alternatively, you may be bragging and “blowing your own horn”.To hear a car horn is a warning against taking risks.To see the horns of an animal, or to see a…
HornsIn a spiritual sense, because horns are associated with the head, they represent intellectual as well as supernatural power. Because they rise above the head, they also symbolize divinity and the power of the soul.The horn of plenty or cornucopia symbolizes gifts from the gods.The gate of horn was a…
HornsHorns in a dream suggest superiority, either earned or conferred.It is interesting that horns are supposed to bestow the powers of the animal on the wearer.In pagan times, as well as some tribes today, the donning of horns signifies a particularly senior position within the tribe. Often the wearer is…
HornsHorns appearing in dreams hark back to the idea of the animal in the human.The god pan, who represents sexuality as well as life force, wore horns and will appear in dreams as we become more aware of the power of nature.A musical or hunting horn suggests a call to…
HornsIn both men’s and women’s dreams a horn can also represent the penis and masculinity. Because it is penetrative, it can also signify the desire to hurt. Protectiveness is also a quality of horns since the male animal will use his horns to protect his territory.
HornsDream of wearing horns denotes dominion and grandeur (Artemidorus). Horns have ever been worn by priests and rulers of barbarous tribes as symbols of state and power. Jung and Freud attach to them a phallic significance.
An Ox or Bull with HornsIt symbolises a big and powerful deputy of the king who wields great power and exercises great control. Such a person enjoys the liberty of granting benefits to others.
An Ox or Bull without HornsIt symbolises a mean, contemptible and short person who will be deprived of his wealth and natural talent or gift.
Being Hit with the Horns of an OxHe will be dismissed from his position and will suffer loss. And if the horns happen to break in the process he will face hardships in his work and his dismissal is imminent.
The Horns of an OxThey represent a person’s honour, dignity, respectability, wealth and weapons.
AnimalDomestic animals: Comfort, familiarity, security, gentleness.Astrological parallel: Virgo Wild animals: The lower nature, the unknown, fear, danger.Astrological parallel: Aries
Animal bones(See Bones)
Animal With A CubThis represents motherly qualities and, therefore, the mothering instinct.
Eating The AnimalSuch an image is often about the ‘demons’ we create which can only be overcome by assimilating them in a constructive way.Shamanic societies believe that one takes on certain aspects of the animal that are superior – in certain respects – to ordinary human attitudes.
Killing The AnimalThis is symbolic of destroying the energy derived from the instincts.It is trying to eradicate the very raw power of basic behaviour.Taming or harnessing the animal shows the efforts made to control our instincts and, if possible, make them productive and useful.
Saddling an animalImproper saddling of an animal for a ride in a dream means imposition upon oneselfor others, or it could mean unnecessary and inadequate going out of one’s way.
Skinning an animal(Peel) In a dream, skinning an animal represents an unjust ruler, a tyrant, an oppressor, a policeman who takes people’s money and disappears, or a policeman who can be bribed.
Stuffed AnimalTo see a stuffed animal in your dream, represents an immature attitude. You may be trying to escape from your daily responsibilities and problems.This is especially true if the stuffed animal in your dream was scary. On the other hand, this dream may indicate your need to relax, be less…
Animal FeederOne’s needs being met daily, without accumulation
Animal(S)1. If killing, the desire to eliminate a certain aspect of one’s personality as symbolized by the particular animal (e.G., One might kill a lion to eliminate aggressiveness). 2. Aspects of one’s own or another’s personality as reﬂected in the characteristics of a certain animal. 3. Religious or spiritual representations.