KISS

Bodily fluids have long been considered very magical, including saliva. Consequently, kisses appear in a diversity of fairy tales and myths. For example, Snow White receives a kiss of resurrection and love. In Christian tradition, there is the kiss of peace. Today, bad behavior or ill-conceived actions are called the “kiss of death” for in-progress […]

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KITE

(see Air, Wind) A kite that cannot get off the ground represents a project that seems doomed to stagnate or fail. Wait for a better wind and try again. A kite soaring high in the sky reflects ambitions and lofty goals. Take care, however. From this height the wind can easily snag the kite out […]

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KNEE

(see Body) Flexibility. Learn to bend so that you don’t break. Kneeling represents humility or subjugation, usually with religious overtones. A fast response that wasn’t necessarily well considered (e.g., a “knee-jerk reaction”)

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KNIFE (SCISSORS)

Alternative phallic symbol, with its sheath being feminine, similar to a sword. Cutting something out, or away, as one cuts the proverbial apron strings to discover independence. Brutally harsh words that carry a sharp edge upon delivery. Placed openly on a table: Peaceful intentions. This was a common practice in the Middle Ages, akin to […]

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KNOTS

(see Connecting Devices, Rope, Ties) Feeling bound or obligated to something or someone. Security in relationships (e.g., “tying the knot”). Nervousness (e.g., a stomach “tied in knots”). Being tied up with: A type of bondage fantasy or cage dream. Problems and delays that have to be untangled (see Red: Red tape). Slip knot: Something that’s […]

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KEY

(see Locks) Solutions to problems, especially ones that seem puzzling (e.g., “the key to the matter”). Opportunity unfolding. Lost keys: Losing your way, or feeling unable to find the right resolution to a situation. Using the wrong key in a dream signifies approaching a problem in the wrong way, with a solution that doesn’t really […]

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KNIFE

A sign of quarrels. A knife worn in the belt signifies a broken love affair. A closed jackknife or pocket knife means the quarrel will not be serious and will soon be patched up. See also Dagger.

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KNITTING NEEDLES

Your lover will be very industnous in making your marriage a happy one. If you are the one knitting, then it is you on whom the bulk of the responsibility will fall to make the marriage a success.

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