A potent masculine nature evidencing itself. Stubbornness (e.g., being “bull headed”). Fertility. The Sumerians believed that the stomping hooves of a bull could bring nourishing rain to the land. Minoans also used bulls as a fertility emblem. Inventive inception. Zoroastrian priests (the Magi) taught that a slain bull’s soul became the germ of creation. Leadership […]
(see Bones, Cemetery, Death, Din, Holy Ground, Tomb) Some type of cover-up, or a hidden matter. Look closely at what’s being buried here for more interpretive value. Putting something totally to rest and leaving the past behind where it belongs. Again, what’s being buried will provide more clues. Seeing someone walk on a new grave […]
Taking indirect routes with frequent stops to obtain your goal (see Velocity). Choosing a course of action that you perceive as safe and fairly dependable. Depending on an authority figure to determine the best course of action in a situation, especially scheduling. (see Vehicles by type, Highways, Travel)
(see Bread, Eating) A favorable sign of accomplishing your goals and having continued good health. Selling butter portends small gains in business (e.g., making your “bread and butter”). Spreading butter may indicate that you are somehow trying to “butter someone up” instead of taking a more direct tact. Worship and sacrifice given to the Divine. […]
Personal growth, especially spiritual. In classical Greek and Roman philosophy, the butterfly’s transformation mirrored that of the ever evolving soul. Esotericallv: Reincarnation, which may be literal or figurative. If you see yourself emerging from the cocoon, this speaks of a new, beautiful beginning, and astounding positive changes. The question of personal identity and uniqueness. In […]
(see Birds) A very negative emblem, being that this is a scavenger bird. Often it reveals gossip or scandal afoot. If the bird is sitting nearby, it portends some type of loss caused by an opportunist. If the buzzard flies away from you, then you will be able to avoid reproach in the matter lying […]
(see Archway) Transitions, especially if you are moving from one side to the other (see Abyss). Standing in the middle of: A critical decision that is very difficult. Look to see what lies on each side of the bridge for greater detail. Birth and death. Bridges span a gulf, and by so doing allow a […]
(see Diit, Organizing) An ancient emblem of womanhood that was later turned into a phallic symbol by the Church. Having a bad case of the cleaning or organizational bug either at home, or toward a specific project or goal. What exactly does the broom sweep away? Luck and friendship. According to folk beliefs, brooms found […]
(see Colors) Depression and foreboding, especially if hovering around you in the dream. An earthy color that can indicate good foundations, practicality, and the potential for growth (e.g., “being down to earth”). Much depends on where or how the color appears in the dream.
The color of late fall, indicating decreased initiative and ambition (see Seasons).