(Inverted; Queer) Seeing a pimp in a dream means moving from a clean place to a loathsome one, or from a vagina to the anus. A pimp in a dream also represents a pervert, or an inverted person who exhibits sexual desire for both sexes. (Also see Panderer; Thread)
To dream of witches, denotes that you, with others, will seek adventures which will afford hilarious enjoyment, but it will eventually rebound to your mortification. Business will suffer prostration if witches advance upon you, home affairs may be disappointing.
In mundane terms we may dream of witches when we do not fully understand the use of personal power. Dreaming of warts, which are often associated with witches, links with that part of ourselves which remains superstitious and afraid of an energy we have not fully comprehended.
(China, interpretation of dreams) A patient cries or laughs: a sick person will soon recover from the illness Someone from afar comes to cry in front of you: you may hear a grave news You hear Inverted Bells tone: you’ll have guest visiting you from afar
A patient cries or laughs: a sick person will soon recover from the illness. • Someone from afar comes to cry in front of you: you may hear a grave news. • You hear Inverted Bells tone: you’ll have guest visiting you from afar
Garlic in olden times had much significance. Because of its shape and its many parts it was often seen as a symbol of fertility; because of its smell it was seen as protection. Dreaming of garlic may, therefore, link back to either of these meanings. In practical magic, garlic is a specific against witches.
A dream of dire trouble and sorrow (Artemido- rus). The legends that people the forests with witches, ogres and giants account for this interpretation.
The goose is said to represent watchfulness and love. Like the swan it can denote the dawn or new life. A flock of geese is often taken to represent the powers of intuition and to give warning of misfortune. The wild goose can represent the soul and often depicts the more nature-oriented side of our […]
In ordinary everyday life, symbols that have a long history become fixed in, and used by, our unconscious – often to represent other happier times or times when there has been more happening. Nailing an iron horseshoe to a door is said to repel evil spirits, ghosts and witches, iron being a folkloric specific against […]
The popular image of a coven of witches can appear in dreams when relationships with work colleagues or family require a common focus.