They symbolise a person who is of little or no benefit.
Twigs normally used to start a fire means that backbiting, tale-bearing and slandering will become rife amongst the people.
If you dream your clothing is covered with paint spots denotes that you are troubled by thoughtless criticisms by others about yourself. A newly painted house or building denotes success in some endeavor. If you are doing the painting you will soon secure a good position of employment. If you see beautiful oil paintings this […]
Pacifying, or peacemaking dreams usually show that you want the people around you to be calmer and treat others with respect. If you are pacifying the tantrums of someone you feel is overbearing in your dream you will have an unhappy love affair. Dreams of making peace with yourself shows an inner goodness that you […]
If the dreamer goes to a fork in the road and sees a big oak tree this indicates that there is an important decision that must be made which will change his or her life and should be considered with much care. If the fork in the road is just ordinary then the dreamer will […]
General Meaning: Olives in many forms are mentioned in Scripture. They had many uses – from being used for oil to light lamps, to being pickled and eaten. • The most famous olive grove mentioned in the Word is Gethsemane, which translated means ‘oil press’. Before an olive tree died, new branches sprouted from its […]
General Meaning: Strong’s 32: aggelos- a messenger, an envoy, one who was sent, an angel, a messenger from God. • Visions Positive: There are various types of angels that fall into the categories below. Note that the following interpretations relate to visions or prophetic dreams only. • It is also worthwhile to note that if […]
A dream denoting wickedness on the part of the dreamer (Gypsy) ; the symbolism here is probably derived from the well-known destructiveness of these birds among the fish and smaller varieties of their own species. To the Egyptians it was a symbol of the dawn and of regeneration, while to the Japanese it denotes longevity. […]
An unfortunate dream (Gypsy) ; Freud regards this dream as bearing a phallic significance. Christians, however, hold the column as an emblem of the passion.
A dream auguring suffering and misfortune (Gypsy). Inman and Freud regard it as a phallic symbol, although it denoted strength and power amongst the ancients, bearing no erotic significance; to the Christians it became an emblem of suffering and of martyrdom.