Wearing a turban made of silk or raw silk means a person’s authority will cause his downfull in matters pertaining to his Deen and world. Also, whatever his earns during his term of office will be unlawful.
If a person sees himself as asking a dead person about anything regarding the dead persons’ or another’s condition then the answer of the dead person will be true to its word– whether good or bad– for the dead person dwells in the world of truthfulness (ie. Aakhirah) as opposed to the world of falsehood […]
They symbolise the beautiful image portrayed by what a man owns.
Dyeing the hair symbolises concealment and protection. Thus, if a person sees himself dyeing his hair it means that Allah will protect him from the evil consequences of what he intends to do. But if the dye does not stick to his hair, it means he will not be granted protection.
If an old man is seen speaking to him or giving him something, it means he will succeed in whatever he is pursuing. If the old man is of a pleasant personality and good looks, it means his pursuit is of a favourable nature. Otherwise, it is of an unfavourable nature.
An unknown person represents an enemy if he is young. But if he is old, it suggest the observer’s good fortune and success in whatever he is pursuing currently.
Whoever reads it in his dram will be amongst those who enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong. He will also b e helped against his enemies.
Its reader will be amongst those who enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong; he will love some and dislike others for the sake of Allah; he will be afflicted with some illness.
A person who fully comprehends what people say and he understands their reasoning. And when he speaks he supports his speech with good reasoning and proof. He also possesses a good and clean heart
He pursues whatever comes his way, good or bad.