Soil, sand and dust symbolize wealth in the form of goods, if someone sees soil, Sand or dust flying on him or he sees himself eating it, it suggest that he will become wealthy and affluent.
(Carpenter; Mason; Woodworker; Workman) Seeing a construction worker in a dream means both poverty or richness, or he could denote travels or uncertainty about what profession one should get into to earn his livelihood, or he could represent someone who patiently carries someone else’s burdens, or someone who fabricates a story, or someone who embellishes […]
Furniture usually symbolizes our inheritance or revered objects. It also reflects our ‘inner landscape’, that part of ourselves to which we retire when seeking sanctuary.
Sometimes the furniture that appears in a dream can highlight our need for security or stability, particularly if it is recognizable from the past.
To dream of someone licking the dust is symbolic of being any enemy of God, Ps. 72:9
A dream of temporary calamity (Gypsy). Dust is the Christian symbol of humility and woe, but its effects are obviously temporary and easily thrown aside.
Symbolizes man and mortality, Gen. 2:7. Dust can also be symbolic of death, Ps. 30:9
Sand or dust flying in the atmosphere or skies symbolizes the beholder’s affairs becoming chaotic. The same interpretation is given if mist or fog is seen.
Ifone sees himself being buried after his death in a dream, it means that he will undertake a longjourney during which he will be short of money. Ifone sees himself being buried alive and if he recognizes the one burying him in the dream, it means that the latter will assault him, oppress him, imprison […]
(Element of earth; Dirt) In a dream, earth represents people, for they are created from the same element. Earth in a dream also means cattle, animals or the world. Dirt in a dream represents money, but it could also mean poverty. Digging the earth in a dream means digging a grave for a sick person. […]