Soorah Bayyinah

Allah will make him a means of guidance for piours people.

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Acorns

A good dream according to Artemidorus, auguring health, wealth and happiness. If single, a happy marriage. Frazier describes acorns as articles of food through certain parts of Europe and therefore held in regard as a symbol of wellbeing. They also bore a certain significance as associated with the sacred fire in the worship of Zeus […]

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Lark

A lucky dream forecasting health and prosperity (Raphael) ; the symbol of joy and of praise (Bayley).

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Clover

A bright, happy dream (Gypsy) ; “the Shamrock or Qover Leaf may be regarded as the three-fold symbol of a lover, the Great Lover.”—Bayley.

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Cherries

To see tEem, health; to gather them, deception by a woman; to eat them, love (Artemidorus). “Cherry is identical with Cheres, the Greek for Grace, cognate with our charity or love”—Bayley.

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Cedar

To dream of cedar denotes happiness, joy and peace (Artemidorus) ; a symbol of incorruptibility (Bayley) ; the cedar of Lebanon, by its height, perfume and healing qualities was a symbol of goodness and of the Virgin (Clement).

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Brooks

Clear and near the house, an honorable office in which the dreamer will practice benevolence; muddy brooks indicate loss; dried up brooks augur ruin to their owners (Artemidorus) ; the Bible justifies in a measure the promise of the dream of the brook: “And lo, my brook became a river, and my river a sea.”—Eccles. […]

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Bugle

To hear a bugle unexpected good news (Artemidorus) ; the bugle was the horn of salvation of the Old Testament (Bayley).

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Boat, Canoe, Sailboat, Ship, etc

Seen in a clear stream, a dream of happiness; to see one sink indicates disappointment; to fall from one, great dangers; to sail on smooth water, happiness and prosperity; on muddy water, trouble (Raphael). Here the symbolism requires no explanation. Bayley, however, says that the original meaning of the word bateau, or boat, is derived […]

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Apple Tree

Alive and flourishing, good news; dead, bad tidings. In mystic literature, the apple is the tree of life (Bayley).

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