Symbolic of luxury items or showiness, 1 Kings 10:22
Symbolic of a stronghold, 2 Kings 15:25
Symbolic of learning to specialize in a field of work, 1 Kings 19:19-21
The ancient ziggurats of mesopotamia were temples built by kings to celebrate their sacred marriage with the divine, which at that time was matriarchal. Spiritually, when this image appears, therefore, it celebrates our awareness of our own potential for such union.
Dream kings are power symbols who represent a person in the dreamer’s real life, often a father, a teacher, a boss or a romantic interest.
When we dream of a canopy we are looking to be protected, sheltered or loved. In olden times a canopy was used to shelter those with special duties or powers, such as kings and queens or priests and priestesses. If we ourselves are being sheltered we recognize our own abilities and potential for greatness.
(God Almighty; Governor; Mayor; President; Royalty; Sultan) The true King is God Almighty. If the king is pleased with someone in a dream, it means that God Almighty is pleased with him, and if the king is angry with him in the dream, it means that God Almighty is displeased with him. Ifone sees the […]
Generally, birds, symbolise sublimity and power enjoyed by kings, moarchs, rulers, governors and chiefs.
Symbolic of a messenger. The contents of the letter may be a reminder to pray over the good and bad news you receive in life, 2 Kings 19:14
The woodpecker is a guardian of both kings and trees in mythology. It is also reputed to have magical powers.