It symbolises a man’s trade, his income as well as his courage. Hence, if a king sees himself eating it, it symbolises his kingdom. If a trader sees it, it symbolises his trade. Therefore, if a person sees himself as acquiring or eating one, it means he will acquire wealth proportionate to the freshness, taste […]
Alive and flourishing, good news; dead, bad tidings. In mystic literature, the apple is the tree of life (Bayley).
Ripe apples augur success in trade, love, etc.; green apples, the contrary. The gypsy influence is distinctly traceable in the folk-lore of the apple as coloring the dream. It confers immortal youth in the fairy-tale, golden apples, love apples, etc., while in Christian symbolism it represents the fall from Eden, the sin that made Christ’s […]
This simple and basic fruit is a powerful symbol in religious writings, literature and in dreams. It fundamentally represents knowledge and the freedom that are associated with it. With knowledge and freedom we are in a position to make positive or negative choices. The apple should be interpreted with the consideration of all the other […]
Ripe apples signify good luck; fallen or bad apples, thwarted efforts. The apple is considered a sexual symbol, akin to Adam and Eve.
Ovarian symbol/dangerous choice for activation
Symbolic of forbidden fruit or something desirable to the eyes, Gen. 3:6. A golden apple is symbolic of wise words, Prov. 25. 11. Apples can also symbolize a time of refreshing, Song. 2:5
A symbol of the love of a husband, Song. 2:3
1. Feeling healthy, good. 2. Willingness to offer something to someone to inﬂuence the behavior toward one. 3. If apple has a worm, it is a warning to be alert to being deceived. 4. Guilt over something (adam and eve). 6. Love. 7. Peace and harmony.
Favor, i.E. The “apple” of one’s eye