Waves

Turbulence in life.

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Waves

Tumultuous people or a stormy period in your life, Ps. 65:7, Jer. 51:42. Waves are also symbolic of false doctrine, trickery, and deceit, Eph. 4:14. A wave may also be symbolic of a move of the Holy Spirit

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Applause

1. A good job. 2. Desire to be acknowledged for what one has accomplished. 3. The need for love (“like waves of love com­ing across the footlights”—all about eve).

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Catapult

If your dream featured a catapult, this is a warning that careless gossip could make wider waves than you suspect. Control your urge to blab, or it will backfire and come back on you threefold.

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Cruise

If you dream of being on a cruise, you will have an increase in social status or money. The exception is if the cruise ship encounters storms or big waves – that means you are having trouble reaching your goals. If you dream of getting lost on a cruise ship, you are not sure about […]

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Ocean

(Government) The element of ocean in a dream represents a prison where sea lives are incarcerated, and it means losses, fear, despair, limitless knowledge, a city without walls, or the world, its trials and wonders. An ocean or a sea in a dream also represents a strong ruler who is just, compassionate toward his subjects […]

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Ocean

Life. One of the few universal symbols. An active ocean, teeming with life, with high waves and crashing surf, implies that life will soon become much busier. A calm ocean: A peaceful life. A stormy sea: Trouble ahead. The need to be prepared. Astrological parallel: Cancer Tarot parallel: The suit of cups

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Ocean

To dream of the ocean when it is calm is propitious. The sailor will have a pleasant and profitable voyage. The business man will enjoy a season of remuneration, and the young man will revel in his sweetheart’s charms. To be far out on the ocean, and hear the waves lash the ship, forebodes disaster […]

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Waves

(Swells) In a dream, waves means coming adversities, sufferings and punishment for one’s sins.

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