Fairy

These mystical, magical creatures are a part of European, Roman and Greek folklore. They are known for their fickle nature, for their ability to grant wishes and for their whims of trickery. Fairies have a capacity for malice, their tools are wands and rings and they can generally be found in groups of three. The […]

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Twenty-Three

The number twenty-three represents creativity and exploration. It also symbolizes family and the quest for emotional harmony.

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Miller

(Flour; Moving around in a circle) In a dream, a miller represents a selfish person who is particularly interested in acquiring worldly gains and at whatever price it may cost. Ifone sees an old man being a miller in a dream, the old man here represents his grandfather, or one’s bosom friend and consequently one […]

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Torah

Reciting the Torah but not recognizing what it is in a dream means that one may become a fatalist. To own a copy of the Torah for a king or ruler in a dream means that he will conquer a land or make peace with its people on his terms. If he is learned in […]

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Clover

A bright, happy dream (Gypsy) ; “the Shamrock or Qover Leaf may be regarded as the three-fold symbol of a lover, the Great Lover.”—Bayley.

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Porridge

(Gruel) In a dream, porridge means travel by land, abstinence, piety and fear of wrongdoing. Eating porridge in a dream means release from prison, attaining a high ranking position, finding a lost property, or having excellent religious standing. Porridge is mostly made from flour and milk. The flour comes out of grinding. The milk emanates […]

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Oranges

Orange ,s if many, they symbolise lawful wealth. If only three or less, they symbolise righteous children. There is no harm in seeing the yellow portion of an orange.

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The Triangle

Represents standing man with his three parts: body, mind and spirit (or being). Consciousness and love manifest through his physicality. There is potential still to be realized.

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