One’s face in a dream represents his state. If it appears cheerful and handsome looking in the dream, it represents glad tidings, happiness and a good life, though if it looks opaque in the dream, it means the opposite. In general, a yellow face in a dream means humiliation, loneliness, hypocrisy or illness. If a […]
Ifone sees the walls of his house collapsing as a result of a flood in a dream, it means the death of his wife. Ifone sees his house caving in on him and causing a big cloud of dust in a dream, it means that he maybe afflicted with measles. A collapsed ceiling in a […]
Elusive; represented by a watch, clock, etc., Research numbers; see “candle” and “dust”
A Lunar eclipse assuming a reddish or dark colour owing to clouds or dust suggests that the person towards whom the moon is linked will soon encounter problems and find himself in some predicament.
To dream of stepping or falling into dirt predicts a change of residence for the better. A dream of throwing dirt or having it thrown at you is a warning that someone in whom you have confided will try to use the information against you. Be prepared to defend yourself. Also see “Dust” and “Dirty.”
To swallow something one is chewing in a dream means debts, or collectors demanding their money. To swallow dust or sand in a dream means poverty, giving someone a warning look, greed, or it could mean bribing someone in authority. (Also see Chewing; Food)
Time wasted by wavering instead of being decisive; see “saw”, “dust”, and “waver”
(Concealment; Gloom; Dream; Life; Rains; Skies; Soldiers; SUfferings; Vapor; Water) In a dream, clouds represent the course of life which provides people with rainwater to drink, water to wash their dirt, water for their crops and sustenance. Clouds in a dream also represent knowledge, understanding, wisdom, clarity as they show the divine kindness. Clouds in […]
The jackal, or wild dog, in your dream is a warning symbol and shows that you may be being used by a friend, or friends, to further their own careers and leave yours in the dust; such people are known as jackals because they ‘feed’ off of you. The warning is doubled if the jackal […]
Seeing a dead person as disheveled with dust on his body or donning old, torn and tattered clothes or as angry means that he is not in a peaceful condition in the herafter. To see him as ill means he is burdened with sins.