Prosperity despite obstacles (Raphael) ; an emblem of the primal force (Bayley).
A dream of success (Raphael) ; the symbol of the Father of All, the Pre-existing One (Bayley). Freudians contend that all dreams of trees bear an erotic meaning.
To dream of eating, future enjoyment, traveling in distant lands. If the almonds be bitter the journey will be unhappy. The almond has always been a sacred symbol throughout the orient. Bayley traces the name to al monde, meaning Lord of the World, sole protecting Lord.
A dream auguring unsuspected revelation (Gypsy). Silver is the emblem of knowledge (Bayley).
To dream of eating them, remorse and sorrow (Raphael). The fruits of the raspberry were miniature hearts and for this reason were christened the berries of Eraspe, or Father Eros (Bayley).
To dream of a green poplar denotes fulfilled hopes, if withered it denotes disappointment (Gypsy). It was once held sacred to Hercules. Afterwards it symbolized the Holy Rood of the Christians (Bayley).
A dream denoting sickness (Raphael). It was held as an emblem of the human heart (Bayley).
To see a bayonet indicates fear of someone close the dreamer. Possession of the bayonet impels any danger, but warns that the dreamer must be alert to present circumstances.
For dog enthusiasts, a dream of friendly dogs portends many friendships and a need for pleasant surroundings. Dogs that attack or bite indicate anxiety. Dream analysts of the Freudian trend consider attacks of mad dogs as symbols of sex expression, an urge for mating. Traditional interpretations foretell less emotional happenings, but nonetheless interesting, such as: […]
1. A phallic symbol. 2. Fighting ahead (as in “pointed arguments”).