(arb. Faqih; Religious scholar; Scholar; Theologian) A legist in a dream represents intelligence, awareness, knowledge and seeking to study different branches of religious knowledge. Seeing a legist in a dream also represents a physician, repentance from one’s sins, or receiving guidance on the straight path. (Also see Masjid; Mosque; Scholars)
(Early companions; Legist; Masjid; Men of knowledge; Mosque; Religious doctors; Righteous men) A scholar in a dream represents glad tidings, a promotion, or a commendation and it represents one who acts upon what he knows and says. Seeing one of the early scholars in a dream means increase in one’s knowledge, for they were the […]
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: A vision of a scholar is upon 4 sides: elevation of importance, glory, high standing & acceptance, Guardianship.
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpreted with the two crossings upon 8 sides: Caliph & authority, leader, great scholar, justice, vow & wife, bright matter / affair. Whoever sees that the sun is rising over his two feet without his body, it is [interpreted as] wealth [he is granted] from the earth’s plants of either wheat or […]
(The prophet Daniel, upon whom be peace.) If one sees him in a dream, it means that he will become a great scholar in interpreting the divine revelations. It is also said, that one who sees him (uwbp) in a dream may become a leader, a minister, acquire extensive knowledge, but yet suffers a painful […]
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: interpreted upon 5 sides: marriage & scholar & great / old man & dying (not necessarily death) , deception.
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: a vision of the sea is interpreted upon 6 sides: sovereign, leader, scholar & knowledge & wealth, great labour.
(‘Uthman bin ‘MUm, God be pleased with him. The third of the four righteous califs) Seeing him in a dream means celebrating knowledge, being a godly person, friendship and love for others, lowering one’s wings before God Almighty and to the believers among His creation, and he represents a trustworthy leadership. Seeing’Uthman bin ‘Mfan in […]
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpreted upon these sides: if he was needy he will become contented, liberated if he was a slave, comforted if he was a prisoner, if he was a traveller he will return to his homeland, if he was a scholar or judge then he will not be commended.
The name ‘gnome’ was given by the medieval scholar paracelsus to describe the most important of the earth spirits. Goblins are a different, more grotesque, malicious variety of gnome. Visible to some who have developed clairvoyance, they are manifestations of nature’s power.