A falcon in a dream represents a thief, might, victory over one’s enemy, satisfying one’s purpose, love to have many children, marriage, slaves, mistresses, precious stones, health, relief, or it could mean love to travel. A falcon in a dream also means cessation of life, capture, hunting, shackles, imprisonment, ties, etcetera. If it appears well […]
Dreaming of hunting with a falcon implies the need to seek help in searching for something you desire. A hooded falcon indicates that someone around you is keeping things from you. A falcon making a kill is actually a positive omen, indicating that a long-time goal of yours will finally be reached. See “Eagle”, “Hawk”.
To have one on the wrist, honor (Gypsy). “Now it fell that Kremhild, the pure maid, dreamed that she fondled a wild falcon and eagle wrested it from her.. . . Uta, her mother, interpreted it thus: ‘the falcon that thou sawest is a noble man, yet if God keep him not, he is a […]
it symbolises a tyrant ruler or king who is powerful and well known as a warlord. Acquiring or owning a falcon which obeys his commands means he will acquire assets and estates; he will also wield power by way of his appointment to kingship. Similarly, if it is seen flying horizontally with him on its […]
If you dreamed of a flying flacon, good times are ahead for you. But if the falcon was in a cage or otherwise not flying, you must be prepared to sit out a period of boredom.
To dream of a falcon, denotes that your prosperity will make you an object of envy and malice. For a young woman, this dream denotes that she will be calumniated by a rival.
The falcon shares much of the symbolism of the eagle. As a bird of prey, it typifies freedom and hope for those who are being restricted in any way. It can represent victory over lust.
Ascension and freedom from spiritual bondage are represented by the falcon, a bird of prey.
To dream of a falcon or any trained bird can represent energy fully focused on a particular project with complete freedom to act. Such a dream may allow us to concentrate on our aspirations, hopes and desires.
The power that we have to succeed must be used in a contained, directed way. A falcon – as a trained bird and one of the fastest fliers – can depict this. Consult the entry for birds for more information.