Fish

If a person sees a specific number of fish in his dream it suggests that he will come into contact with a woman or he will marry a woman.. But if its number or quantity is unknown it means he will acquire wealth or booty.

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Fish

If a person sees a specific number of fish in his dream it suggests that he will come into contact with a woman or he will marry a woman.. But if its number or quantity is unknown it means he will acquire wealth or booty.

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Fillets of Fresh Fish

If the fillets, fat or skin of fresh fish is eaten or acquired by a person it means he will acquire wealth and assets from someone. Perhaps from some authority or woman.

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Salted Fish

Salted fish whether small or big symbolise grief and sorrow caused by a person’s servants, subordinates or brother.

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Fresh Fish

If they are huge and many they symbolise wealth and assets from the one who acquires them. If small and many it means he will be afflicted with grief and sorrow. If one or two, they represent one or two women from who he will derive benefit.

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Fish

To see live fish in a dream is very much good luck unless the fish was carp, in which case it is a warning against subjecting yourself by your actions to criticism. A fish swimming in clear water is an omen that you will acquire personal wealth and power. but to see a dead fish […]

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Net

General Meaning: If positive a net represents mass evangelism or connecting with others. To be part of a group. • Negatively it speaks of the snare of the enemy. • Positive: Depending on the context of your dream, a net could be positive or negative. • Negatively speaking a net represents being bound, restricted and […]

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Monster

To dream of a monster or monstrous fish at sea is evil, but a monster on land is good, signifying evil enemies who will be impotent (Artemidorus).

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Fish

Much pleasure, and comparative independence (Raphael). A dream of fish denotes gastric disturbances (Manaceine). Originally an emblem of sex and of fecundity it was adopted by the Christians as a symbol of Christ and the church.

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