A star falls into your arms: you are going to have a high-achiever child. • You hold a star in your hands: you will be rewarded with abundant wealth and high status. • You witness a star falling from the sky: you are to experience legal troubles or health problems
Symbolic of starting arguments, Prov. 26:20-21
A kangaroo is symbolic of a relationship or situation that if you begin to speak life into it it will start to jump
A symbol of faith, small beginnings, and the Church, Matt. 13:31-32
Symbolic of order, Jer. 31:35, or your father, mother, and siblings, Gen. 37:9-10
Angels or fallen angels, Judg. 5:20, Rev. 1:20, Rev. 12:4
1. Start of a new phase of life. 2. New appreciation or acceptance of self. 3. Receptivity, feminine—usually qualities of self.
1. The ability to overcome obstacles (note whether bolted in, bolted out or breaking bolts). 2. The main components of a task or project (as in “nuts and bolts”). 3. To make a new start (to open a bolt). 4. A need or desire to simplify a problem.
1. Change, transformation. 2. Cleansing, sterilizing; starting afresh. 3. An effort to cover something up, hide misdeeds or imperfections.
1. Formerly mild rivalries are starting to cause real problems. 2. Unresolved inner conﬂicts, confusion. 3. A need for compromise—usually inner conﬂicts, often outward conﬂict. 4. Someone is interested in causing a little trouble.