Corn and Corn-Field

To dream of passing through a green and luxurious corn-field, and seeing full ears hanging heavily, denotes great wealth for the farmer. It denotes fine crops and rich harvest and harmony in the home. To the young it promises much happiness and true friends, but to see the ears blasted, denotes disappointments and bereavements. To […]

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Corn / Cornfield

If you dream of walking through a green and luxurious corn field, it signifies happiness and true friends. However, if the corn is dried up and dying, you will encounter disappointments. If you dream of eating corn, you will have much happiness with your friends and good luck in romance. To dream of husking corn […]

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Corn

A dream of riches (Artemidorus) ; ears of corn, symbol of the Holy Eucharist (Clement) ; ear of corn also the symbol of Horus bringing light and plenty to the world (Churchward).

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Corn

To dream of husking pied ears of corn, denotes you will enjoy varied success and pleasure. To see others gathering corn, foretells you will rejoice in the prosperity of friends or relatives.

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Field

To dream of dead corn or stubble fields, indicates to the dreamer dreary prospects for the future. To see green fields, or ripe with corn or grain, denotes great abundance and happiness to all classes. To see newly plowed fields, denotes early rise in wealth and fortunate advancement to places of honor. To see fields […]

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Roast

To see or eat roast in a dream, is an omen of domestic infelicity and secret treachery.

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Kettle

(Boiler) Seeing a kettle in a dream means sitting in the seat of honor, or it could represent a public roast.

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Corn

The great mother, or mother nature, in her nurturing aspect is always shown with corn representing fertility and fecundity.

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Corn

To be harvesting corn is to be reaping the rewards of hard work. We may be linking with some very primeval needs and requirements.

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Corn

Most dreams containing images of corn or wheat symbolize fertility or fruitfulness. They may also represent new life – either pregnancy or new developments in other ways.

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