Crane

A dream denoting wickedness on the part of the dreamer (Gypsy) ; the symbolism here is probably derived from the well-known destructiveness of these birds among the fish and smaller varieties of their own species. To the Egyptians it was a symbol of the dawn and of regeneration, while to the Japanese it denotes longevity. […]

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Candle

To see one being lighted forecasts a birth, to exhibit a lighted candle augurs contentment and prosperity; to make candles, joy and satisfaction; to see a candle burning brilliantly denotes prosperity to men, health to invalids, marriage to celibates; a dimly burning candle shows sickness, sadness and delay (Artemidorus). The symbolism is that of the […]

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Blossoming Trees

An invariable dream of gladness and of prosperity (Artemidorus) ; doubtless the symbolism is taken from the gladness of spring, as associated with these blossoms.

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Birds

Freudians regard this as an erotic dream. Oneiro- critics give it a varied meaning according to the nature of the birds. Many small birds signify lawsuits; to catch birds with lime denotes unfair triumph over enemies; singing birds foretell joy and delight; to the poor a dream of birds implies many friends; to the rich […]

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Valley

To dream of walking in a pleasant valley denotes sickness (Raphael). An interpretation in conformity with the modern theory of physical stimuli, and attributing hills, valleys, mountains, etc., to sensations in various parts of the body.

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Trumpet

To blow denotes triumph over enemies; to hear one denotes coming trouble (Raphael). Invariably the symbol of triumph.

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Sun

To see the sun is a dream of success; the sun rising denotes good news; a setting sun is bad, while for the sun to be overcast augurs troubles and changes (Gypsy). The invariable symbol of light and wisdom.

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Rainbow

A change in the dreamer’s present condition; a rainbow in the East denotes benefits to the poor and the sick; in the West good for the rich but not for the poor. Overhead, a change in fortune; sometimes ruin and death to the dreamer and his family. On the right it is good, at the […]

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