An unfortunate dream; to eat them augurs illness, to see them growing predicts contentions and quarrels (Artemidorus). An erotic dream according to recent authority. The Flamen Diates at Rome, the Egyptian priests, the ancient Hebrews and the Pythagoreans were forbidden to eat them.
Spiritually there is a kind of innocence and purity which can often be dedicated to the service of mankind. This quality can often manifest more clearly in dreams than in waking life. In ancient rome vestal virgins served the goddess vesta as priestesses for thirty years, after which they were free to leave and marry. […]
To dream of this ancient character, denotes your hesitancy to accept this ancient story as authentic, and you may encounter opposition in business and social circles because of this doubt. For a young woman to dream that she impersonates Eve, warns her to be careful. She may be wiser than her ancient relative, but the […]
(Italy) Seeing the city of Rome in a dream means attainment of one’s goal, or it could denote the defeat of his purpose.
A bad dream for a single man auguring a silly and incompetent wife (Raphael). Modern nursery lore represents the goose as an emblem of silliness, despite that fowl’s illustrious reputation in both Rome and Egypt.
It is narrated that Rabee’ah bin Umayyah bin Khalf came to Hadhrat Aboo Baker As-Siddeeq (RA) and said: “ O khaleefah of the Messenger of Allah, I saw a dream last night. I saw myself in a lush and green land. Then I suddenly saw myself in a barren land. At this stage I saw […]
In a dream, a turtle represents a woman who likes to adorn herself and to make herself noticeable to please men. A turtle in a dream is also interpreted as a man of knowledge, or a chiefjustice, because she is most knowledgeable and God fearing amongst the sea creatures. In a dream, a turtle therefor […]
An ancient symbol of transmutation. The dreamer will soon undergo a vast inner change that will be reflected in her outer life. If the dream is a positive and uplifting one, then good times are ahead. If the dream is a scary one, the times ahead may still be good ones, but the dreamer needs […]
Obscurity and misfortune are interpreted from these symbols (Gypsy) ; the ancient and sacred symbolism of caves, grottoes, etc., was lost upon the Jews who regarded them with horror, while popular tradition peopled them with dragons and other evil creatures.
The ancient egyptians preserved the bodily organs of the dead in canopic jars to ensure that when the soul returned to the physical realms it had everything it needed. A jar thus symbolizes a receptacle for the soul.