General Meaning: A call to a season of intimacy and innocence. To be drawn into an intimate relationship with the Lord. It is also a representation of the things that you have joined yourself to. • The wedding ceremony is a covenant ritual that symbolizes two people giving themselves completely to one another. In the […]
Death in dreams is rarely, if ever, literal. Rather it is a metaphor for letting go, change and transformation. • Some part of your behaviour, your life or a habit has to “die”. You need to take some radical, life changing action to resolve your current dissatisfaction. • Find the courage to let go of […]
To dream of eating them danger of death or personal sickness to the dreamer (Gypsy). Evidently an anxiety dream, expressed in the doubt of the mushrooms.
A dream of heaviness, fear and trouble (Artemidorus). Thus Kremhild warns her lord Siegfried of his approachirig death. “Nay, Siegfried, I fear some mischance. Last night I dreamed an evil dream; how that two mountains fell on thee and I saw thee no more. If thou goest thou wilt grieve me bitterly.” Nevertheless he rode […]
To dream of being unable to open the mouth, danger of death (Gypsy). A dream due to physical conditions.
A brilliant moon prognosticates: to a wife, love and good health; to a husband, increase in wealth. New moon: advancement in business; waning, death of a great man; a halo around the moon denotes pardon and deliverance through a female; a red moon, voyages, pilgrimages; dull moon, death or illness to wife, sister or female […]
A dream invariably auguring sickness, death, etc.
To dream of looking from high places, out of windows, or in a well denotes ambition, imagination, confused desires. Looking in a mirror, to married folk betokens children; to the young, sweethearts; vanity to a maid. To see oneself in water forecasts the dreamer’s death or that of a friend (Artemidorus). This dream can be […]
To carry a bright one, success, an especially favorable dream for lovers; a dim lamp, sickness; a light that goes out or is extinguished, death; or at least danger (Raphael). In ancient symbolism the lamp or flame represented the vital spark of life.’ Truth, righteousness, illumination, etc., are symbolized by the lamp in scriptural art.
To dream of an infernal spirit is a bad sign, indicating death to the sick, melancholy to the healthful, also anger, tumults, illness (Artemidofus). This dream is conceded by physiologists to result from outward stimuli.