They represent his children whose numbers depend on the numbers he had seen.
If a person sees himself as being given a ring, he will receive land, property or wealth. At times a ring could be interpreted as a woman, child, animal and the like_ depending on the condition of the one who sees such a dream. Thus, if a king sees such a dream it would mean […]
If a person sees himself as wearing earrings it means he will commit to memory the Holy Qur’aan, acquire Islamic knowledge and learn such ilm through which he will become a celebrity amongst the people. For a woman, the mere seeing of earrings represent her husband and children.
If its quantity is known it symbolises women, children and servants. If it is so much that its quantity is not known it symbolises the Holy Qur’aan, religious knowledge, tasbeeh and thikr of Allah Ta’ala.
It is related that when Imaam Aboo Haneefah (RA) was still a child, he dreamed tht he was digging the grave of Rasoolullah 9Sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam). He related the dream to one of his tutors in the maktab. The teacher said to him: “My child, if your dream is genuine then you will follow in the footsteps […]
If a person sees a woman with a male generative organ it means she will give birth to a son if she is pregnant in real life. Moreover, the son will grow up with good character and leadership qualities. But if she is not expecting in reality, and she already has a child it means […]
If cut it means either he or his son will die. If he sees more than one it means the same number of children will be born to him.
These symbolise a person’s honour, dignity and nobility. At other times the back or the loins symbolise a child since a child is born of a person’s back.
Any parasite whose life depends on the human body symbolises a person’s family. If a person sees stomach-worms and lice walking on his body in great numbers or he sees them walking on his clothes it suggests that he will acquire much wealth and many male children.
If a person sees his hand being amputated, it suggest that either his brother or his friend will die; or his partner will dissolve his partnership with the observer. The above will only be true if the observer did not pick up the amputated limb. But if he did, it suggest that a brother or […]