To dream of an old spreading oak means long life and prosperity. If it is filled with acorns you are due a promotion or some type of increase in your life. If a newlywed sees many oak trees in a forest it foretells a long marriage and many children. It is also the symbol for […]
If you are hammering you may be either expressing some violent feelings, or you may be reflecting on hard work and honor (depending on the content). Bright nails means you will nevertheless enjoy the work. Bent or dull nails will show sickness and disorder entering your life shortly. To drive nails shows you will complete […]
A dream of madness is never a fortunate sign but again this is something that must be taken in context of the entire dream. Should you dream of being mad yourself you will fall into grievous error unless you act to correct your actions. Being mad also denotes that you may suffer a loss of […]
General Meaning: Represents a spirit of fear and spirit of infirmity. Negative: Spiders to most people are not pleasant creatures. If you have a strong fear of spiders, then they would speak of your fears in your dreams. • Generally though, they speak of the work of the enemy. The good news however, is that […]
General Meaning: Reaping the financial and spiritual fruits of your hard labor. Positive: A harvest does not appear overnight. It is something that only comes to pass after you have worked hard and then allowed the Lord to do His part as well. • You sow the seeds and fertilizer and it is the Lord […]
To dream of having any of these afflictions foretells good fortune and good health, preceded by a temporary sickness (Raphael) « Dreams probably caused by irritation of the parts of the body afflicted in the sleep; the interpretation obviously attributable to the theory that these visitations clear the system of impurities, thereby conferring comfort after […]
A dream of power, honor, riches. Imperfections or ailments of the neck, however, prognosticate sickness (Artemidorus).
A dream of sickness, poverty, affront, fatigue. Invariably ominous according to older interpreters. Modern students, however, attribute to it a-totally different significance; holding it in some instances as a wish dream, in others as an erotic dream and again as a dream symbolizing freedom from social restraint. The theory of the subconscious and its warnings, […]
To dream of eating them danger of death or personal sickness to the dreamer (Gypsy). Evidently an anxiety dream, expressed in the doubt of the mushrooms.
To a sick person this is a dream of recovery by reason of the juiciness which dispels fever (Gypsy) ; a dream originating in physical stimuli indicative of coolness and moisture after fever.