Unsuccessful schemes (Gypsy).
A dream forecasting increase in family and fortune (Gypsy). Bayley recounts the legend of the mountain called Caraiman; whenever he played the bagpipes all things that he desired would grow about him (Carpathian legend).
A dream of weariness, fatigue, an overburdened conscience (Gypsy). A load of sin (Bunyan).
Promise of offspring who will adore the dreamer, success in love (Artemidorus). An erotic dream (Freud).
To dream that you are victimized by a scandal promises high success, the favor of great persons (Dreambooks). A dream of the contrary, probably inspired by the interpreter’s knowledge of the subconscious.
To see your own back in your dream indicates misfortune, uneasiness of mind, sickness, etc. This is obviously a dream incited by the physical condition, from backache, and its attendant discomfort that draws the dreamer’s atten tion to that portion of the anatomy.
To see an ax in a dream denotes death ; Freud des ignates this as an erotic dream, although the interpretation is rather hazy. Amongst primitive races the ax was the symbol for God or the Divine Being. Later it became a symbol of solar power; with modern times, however, its symbolism altered and it […]
A dream of patience that will enable the dreamer to overcome all obstacles. A Christian symbol of humility and patient endurance.
A dream of trouble and misfortune at hand. Christian symbol of mourning and grief.
An ominous dream if the arrow is directed towards the dreamer, or penetrate his body. Some person or persons are plotting against you (Artemidorus). An interpretation obviously derived from the significance of the arrow in warfare. Freudians regard this as a sex dream, probably trac ing the symbolism to the arrows of Eros or Cupid.