Knots

A dream of embarrassment and perplexity (Gypsy) ; “a knotty problem,” etc. Chinese symbol of longevity and luck (Pavitt).

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Keys

A dream of coldness and hindrances to travelers. Fortunate for managers of other people’s affairs; to dream of giving a key augurs marriage; to receive one, honor and confidence; many keys denote wealth; to lose keys denotes anger and misfortune (Gypsy). A talisman of power, sagacity and foresight. Christ speaks of the key of knowledge […]

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Dragon

A dream of sudden changes in the worldly condition, riches and treasure (Raphael). In Christian art the dragon symbolizes Satan, or sin. With the Chinese a dragon, or winged serpent, is regarded as the symbol of the Infinite Intelligence, keeping ward over the Tree of Knowledge; a dragon was also the standard of the Welsh, […]

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Black Cat

To dream of any black animal is unfortunate, for these are associated with evil spirits (Artemidorus) ; the Chinese attach cspecial misfortune to the symbol of the black cat. American Indians hold it as a symbol of good luck.

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Pig

A dream both good and bad, false friends, but a faithful lover (Gypsy). Chinese lucky symbol, but regarded as an emblem of greediness.

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Peaches

To dream of them in season denotes contentment, wealth and pleasure (Artemidorus). A Chinese symbol of longevity and good fortune ; the peach-tree was also the symbol of the Paradise of Osiris.

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Mercury (Hermes)

As a metal, mercury is a universal alchemical symbol representing the yin. It is the symbol of the passive and the undifferentiated state which may be found deep within the psyche. Chinese refer to it as “liquid silver” and it corresponds to the dragon and to bodily fluids of blood, semen, water and, at times, […]

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Mercury (Hermes)

As a metal, mercury is a universal alchemical symbol representing the yin. It is the symbol of the passive and the undifferentiated state which may be found deep within the psyche. Chinese refer to it as “liquid silver” and it corresponds to the dragon and to bodily fluids of blood, semen, water and, at times, […]

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China

Symbolic of Chinese people or Eastern religious beliefs (a call to prayer)

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Apple

Spiritually the apple is the fruit of temptation, yet it is also a magical fruit containing the seeds of knowledge and awareness. An apple suggests a new beginning and a freshness of approach. In many traditions it is the fruit of immortality. Apple blossom is a chinese symbol of peace and beauty.

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