Scholar

One who is academically learned may be a substitute for another such person less formable

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Information of Islamic Dream

Dreams are broken into three parts according to the Sunnah: Ru’yaa – good visions (dreams) Hulum – bad dreams Dreams from one’s self Abu Hurayrah narrated Muhammad (s.a.v.) said, “There are three types of dreams: a righteous dream which is glad tidings from Allah, the dream which causes sadness is from Shaitan, and a dream […]

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Angels

(Celestial beings; Heavenly beings) If one sees the heavenly angels (arb. Malii’ika) coming before him to congratulate him in a dream, it means that God Almighty has forgiven that person his sins and endowed him with patience, through which he will attain success in this life and in the hereafter. If one sees the heavenly […]

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Ali

(‘Ali bin ‘Abi Tiilib, God bless his countenance, cousin and son in-law of God’s Messenger, upon whom be peace.) Seeing him in a dream means victory over one’s enemy. Seeing him in a place Or a mosque where people are mourning him or performing the funeral prayer on him or carrying his coffin or prostrating […]

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Army’s flag

(Banner; Flag) In a dream, the flag of an army represents a pious man, a scholar, a religious doctor, a spiritual leader, an ascetic, or a rich and a generous person who is an example to others. Ared flag in a dream means war, while a yellow flag means a plague. A green flag in […]

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Apparel

(Adornment; Attire; Costume; Garb; Veil) In a dream, one’s apparel vary in meaning depending on their contents, colors or type, etcetera. Wearing one’s garb in the winter in a dream is better than wearing it in the summer. Wrapping oneself with a cloth in a dream means becoming poor. An attire in a dream represents […]

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Balance

(Scale) A balance and a scale in a dream have similar interpretations. Both represent faith, justice and righteousness in words and actions. In a dream, a balance also may represent a wife, or it could mean payment of one’s debts. A steelyard in a dream represents an architect or a builder. A miller’s scale in […]

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Bees

In a dream, bees represent prosperity, or a dangerous adventure. Seeing a beehive and extracting honey from it in a dream means earning lawful money. Taking all the honey from the beehive and leaving nothing for the bees in a dream means being unjust. If bees sit over one’s head in a dream, it means […]

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Base

(Column base; Plinth) A column base or a plinth in a dream represents scholars, their circles, or their study room. A column base in a dream also could represent unmarried women, one’s wife, knowledge, a trade, or a craft, or religious precepts. Building or owning a column base in a dream also could signify marriage, […]

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Ball

(Baseball; Basketball; Cricket ball; Football; Glob; Golfball; Handball; PingPong ball; Pushball; Snowball; Tennis ball; Volleyball) A ball in a dream signifies a dispute, an argument, a fight to control the world and its resources. Some will desire it and others will reject it. A ball in a dream also could signify travels or moving between […]

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