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Emblem in dream meaning | Dream interpretation


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An emblem is a symbol, a pictorial representation of something that allows the mind to make a connection. Spiritually, therefore, it is a way of changing our perception.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous

Psychological / emotional perspective: In a more technological age an emblem will have less connection with heraldry, a former source of emblems, and more to do with commercial concerns.

A particular emblem or logo in dreams usually has some kind of personal resonance for us.

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Material aspects: An emblem, much like the knight’s standard of old, is a rallying point or a call for loyalty.

It is also an easily recognized instruction as in road signs. In dreams, once we have sorted out the symbolism, it often performs this function.



Emblem | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Emblem



Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Lance; Spear) Seeing it in a dream represents a fight, evil, or disunity, and if it denotes the emblem of a religious man or a scholar, then it means innovation. Holding a javelin in a dream also means strength, power, a strong son, or a profitable business.

If a poor person sees himself carrying a javelin in a dream, it means earnings.

If a rich man sees himself carrying a javelin in a dream, it means increase in his wealth and power, or expansion of his control.

(Also see Lance; Lancet)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Angel of death; Bone-breaker; Eagle) In a dream, an osprey represents a powerful and a mighty warrior, and a merciless man whom no one trusts. Ifone sees an osprey over his roof, or inside his house, or standing over his head in a dream, it represents the angel of death. Catching an osprey in a dream means frequenting a ruler and remainingconstantly wary ofhim whether one obeys him, or opposes him in opinion.

If an osprey scratches someone with his claws in a dream, it means depression and financial losses. Eating the flesh of an osprey in a dream represents a demanding person.

An osprey in a dream also represents a ruler about whom people speak very scarcely, but who is the direct cause of the falling of many neighboring rulers. Seeing an osprey in a tree means profits, favors and blessings.

A flying osprey in a dream means victory in one’s life.

An osprey standing on top of a mountain or a rock, or on a cliff in a dream means success for the one who is starting a new job or a new business. However, it also could mean bad news if one is afraid of something, or ifhe is travelling. As for rich and noble people, riding an osprey in a dream means death, while for poor people it means profits and success that will benefit their families and neighbors.

An osprey in a dream also means returning from ajourney.

It is also glad tidings of success and profits if an osprey comes near someone in a dream and talks to him.

If a pregnant woman begets an osprey in her dream, it means that she will give birth to a son who will grow to be a courageous soldier or a leader in his community.

A dead osprey in a dream means death.

If thieves or robbers see an osprey in a dream, it means that they will suffer the consequences of their evildoing.

If an osprey caries someone in the air in a dream, it means rising in station and honor. Fighting an osprey in a dream means fighting people in authority. Carrying the emblem of an osprey in a dream means winning victory over one’s enemy.

A female osprey in a dream represents homeless women who are driven into prostitution, while osprey chicks in a dream represent children born from adultery.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Islamic Dream Interpretation

An apple tree in a dream represents a good man who serves and cares about his community.

A crack in a tree in a dream represents members of one’s family who will brace against him.

A palmyra tree in a dream represents a wise man, a poet, or an astronomer. Seeing one, or sitting under it in a dream means meeting such a person.

An oak tree in a dream means profits, prosperity, honor, associating with heedless people who live in the mountains, or perhaps it could’ mean visiting righteous people or a renunciate who lives in the wilderness or in uninhabited ruins.

A mimosa tree in a dream represents stinginess, evil, or pursuing the actions of the dwellers of hell-fire.

A buckthorn tree that grows datelike fruit in a dream represents a noble and a generous woman, or it could represent a noble and a generous man.

The greener is its color, the greater is the person. Seeing this tree in a dream means that one will rise in station, acquire knowledge, and grow in piety. Eating its fruit in a dream means an illness. Climbing this tree in a dream means stress and difficulties.

If one acknowledges the condition of a specific tree in wakefulness then sees the same in his dream, it means that such condition will last. In general, trees in a dream represent women or men of different tempers or personalities. Trees in a dream also represent fights. Unknown trees mean distress, worries, adversities and fears, particularly if one sees them in the dark in his dream. Sitting under the shade of a tree in a dream means profits and money, or it could mean dependence on people in authority, or befriending rich people for their money. As for one who is pursuing the path of innovation, it means that he will repent and follow the path of righteousness ifit is a fruit-bearing tree. Takingshelter under a tree that bears no fruit in the dream means pursuing something that will bear no comfort or benefits. Fragrant trees, flowering trees, a Moringa tree, or a henna plant in a dream represent people of knowledge, religious scholars, teachers or preachers who teach what they do not practice. As for citrus trees in a dream, they represent righteous people, wise men and people of inner and outer awareness who practice what they preach. Palm trees, walnut trees, or the like trees in a dream represent people of the upper social class from whom no one can get anything, or no one will even attempts to ask them for anything. As for the poplar trees, the evergreen cypress trees, or the saint trees in a dream, they represent stinginess and avariciousness. In a dream, any kind of maple or other trees that renew their leaves annually represent poverty, richness, memorizing things, forgetfulness, celebrations, or sadness. In a dream, any kind of large trees that do not shed their leaves in the winter represent longevity, richness, jealousy, or steadfastness in one’s religion. Climbing a tree in a dream means escaping from danger, or carefully avoiding something worrisome. Seeing an unknown tree inside one’s house in a dream means that fire may consume such a house, or that a fight may break the family apart. Common types of trees and city trees in a dream represent enemies, or men seeking lawful earnings. Planting a seedling in a dream means getting married to a girI from a renowned family and gaining rank.

A plane tree, a sycamore, or the like trees in a dream represent great, strong and famous men who have no wealth, nor do they benefit anyone.

A thorny tree in a dream represents a perplexed man. Ifone cuts a tree in a dream, it may mean the death of his wife, or that he will infringe upon a contract, or break a covenant.

If a tree dries out in a dream, it means that a traveller may die in an accident, or that a sick person may die from his illness.

If one sees a king or a man in authority carving some emblems on the trunk of a tree in a dream, it means that he is designing a plan to destroy someone.

If he cuts it down with a scythe or a sickle in the dream, it means that he is demanding something, the other party cannot deliver. Ifone takes money from a tree in his dream, it means that he will earn lawful and blessed money from people who deal with the same type of trees, or that he will live in their vicinity. Planting trees in one’s garden in a dream means bearing children.

A plane tree represents longevity. Peach or plum trees in a dream represent a short life. Seeing a group of trees surrounded with aromatic plants in a dream means that a group of men will gather to mourn someone, or to lament a loss. Tree leaves in a dream represent money.

A tree outside one’s house in a dream represents one’s clan or servants.

A female tree inside a house represents a woman, and a male tree represents a man.

It is a bad omen to see the forbidden tree in a dream. In a dream, to see the tree near which God Almighty spoke to Moses, upon whom be peace, means nearness to God Almighty.

A dead tree in a dream represents guidance and wealth, for it is a source offuel. Sittingunder the shade of a tree along with a group of people, praising and glorifying God’s attributes in a dream means receiving God’s blessings in this world and in the hereafter. Seeing the heavenly TUba tree in a dream means a good end, or living an ascetic life, or it could mean helping others. Seeing mountain trees in a dream means performing supererogatory devotion, work, or receiving unexpected profits.

A palm tree in a dream represents a good word and a true one. It also represents... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Christian Dream Symbols

An emblem for the road to poverty, Prov. 23:20... Christian Dream Symbols

Christian Dream Symbols

If you are being beaten in dream it can be emblematic of a demonic attack.

If you are being beaten on the back with a rod it can symbolize correction for foolish behavior, Prov. 10:13... Christian Dream Symbols

Christian Dream Symbols

A person covered in blood is emblematic of killing and death, Hosea 6:8 ... Christian Dream Symbols

Christian Dream Symbols

Emblematic of war, trouble, and woe, Isa. 15:9 ... Christian Dream Symbols

Christian Dream Symbols

A flag is an emblem of a nation and is given to draw attention to that particular country for prayer.

A flag can also be a symbol of God’s love and protection for an individual, Ps. 60:4... Christian Dream Symbols

Christian Dream Symbols

Emblematic of being full of life, Ps. 92:14... Christian Dream Symbols

Christian Dream Symbols

The sun is a reference to someone’s father or Jesus.

A bright shining sun is symbolic of God’s goodness and fullness of life.

A dark red, raging, or darkened sun is emblematic of the apocalypse.

The sun can also symbolize endurance, Ps. 89:36... Christian Dream Symbols

The Fabric of Dream

Hope fulfilled is the general dream interpretation, endorsed by Christian symbolism.

The Japanese hold it as an emblem of security and safety. Inman hints at a dark and dangerous meaning to this symbol, but good usage sanctions the one already given.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

Prosperity despite obstacles (Raphael); an emblem of the primal force (Bayley). ... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of deceit, treacherous friends and associates (Artemidorus); Plato taught that the soul of a bad jester would return as an ape; it is a modern symbol of unclean- ness, lust, cunning, and malice. It was, however, an emblem of wisdom in Egypt and of the god Thoth, patron of the art of writing.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

To see the banner of your native country augurs misfortune to a loved one, a fatal journey (Gypsy). Obvious meaning to military emblem.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

To see one in a dream denotes health; if it be long, gain.

A beard on a woman, however, is a disagreeable omen (Artemidorus). An erotic dream (Freud). The beard symbolizes the male sex (Smith, Sacred Emblems). ... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of high ideals and strivings never to be attained in the flesh (Old Dream Book); the emblem of the priestly order and of the Grail.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream auguring suffering and misfortune (Gypsy). Inman and Freud regard it as a phallic symbol, although it denoted strength and power amongst the ancients, bearing no erotic significance; to the Christians it became an emblem of suffering and of martyrdom.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

An unfortunate dream (Gypsy); Freud regards this dream as bearing a phallic significance. Christians, however, hold the column as an emblem of the passion.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream interpreted as signifying successful love.

The symbol of Isis and of motherhood. In Egypt it is used as an emblem of the Virgin Mary by Christians.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of pride (Gypsy). A Japanese emblem of authority, power, royalty.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

White feathers foretell success; dark feathers, the reverse (Artemidorus). A symbol of power, and in Egypt the emblem of truth, goodness and knowledge.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

Much pleasure, and comparative independence (Raphael). A dream of fish denotes gastric disturbances (Manaceine). Originally an emblem of sex and of fecundity it was adopted by the Christians as a symbol of Christ and the church.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

Joy is indicated by dreaming of flowers in season, the dream augurs disappointment, white flowers are but slightly unfortunate; yellow flowers forecast painful difficulties; red flowers indicate death (Gypsy). Freud regards this as a purely erotic dream. In Christian symbolism flowers symbolize immortality; cut flowers, however, are emblematic of death.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of marriage; a new girdle denotes honor, a broken one damage, a golden girdle gain, a silver one less profit (Artemidorus). In Christian symbolism it is an emblem of righteousness, virtue, truth.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

Enemies, trials and deceit (Artemidorus). An emblem of lewdness and wickedness in Christian symbolism.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

To dream of gold embroidered garments, indicates joy and honor, to wear a gold crown signifies royal favor; to gather up gold and silver signifies deceit and loss; to dream of pockets full of gold betokens but little money (Artemidorus). Gold was the emblem of the sun, of the goodness of God.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A bad dream for a single man auguring a silly and incompetent wife (Raphael). Modern nursery lore represents the goose as an emblem of silliness, despite that fowl’s illustrious reputation in both Rome and Egypt.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of happiness, to dream of riding signifies success (Gypsy). Jung regards this as an erotic dream; courage and generosity are symbolized by the horse, while Swedenborg regards it as the emblem of the “intellectual principle.”... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of comfort and a happy life (Gypsy). The national emblem of Canada, connoting goodness, service, etc.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

To dream of gathering them, peace, delight, happiness to all conditions; eating olives, a rise in circumstance (Gypsy). The emblem of peace and plenty.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream foretelling success and prosperity, to a woman children, to a maid marriage (Artemidorus). The Christian emblem of victory.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

This dream foretells a constant sweetheart, but great poverty; the emblem of remembrance and kind thought.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream denoting sickness (Raphael). It was held as an emblem of the human heart (Bayley). ... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream both good and bad, false friends, but a faithful lover (Gypsy). Chinese lucky symbol, but regarded as an emblem of greediness.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of loyalty and devotion (Gypsy). The universal emblem of stability.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

The loss of a friend through death (Gypsy). Mediaeval emblem of death.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream auguring unsuspected revelation (Gypsy). Silver is the emblem of knowledge (Bayley). ... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream of righteousness (Gypsy). Ancient emblem of purity.... The Fabric of Dream

The Fabric of Dream

A dream forecasting friendship for malicious persons (Gypsy). “An emblem of malice.”... The Fabric of Dream

Little Giant Encyclopedia

The pheasant was brought to Europe during the Middle Ages, where over a period of time it became wild.

It is a symbol for the power of nature and beauty (similar to the astrological sign of Leo), but also of the inability to make decisions. It has been considered a reluctant and decidedly stupid bird.

Do you have trouble making decisions, thinking that all possibilities will always be available? Are you afraid to follow your own desires and needs and, for that reason, are you dismissing many possibilities right from the beginning? What if you took a chance and followed your feelings? In China, the pheasant is a symbol of wealth. It was the emblem of the Emperor Yii. In Japan, the pheasant is the female symbol of mother-love and protection.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

1- To have our attention drawn in a dream to a badge makes us aware of our right to belong to a group.

2- We have been singled out for particular recognition, possibly because we have certain qualities.

A badge can also have the same meaning as a talisman.

3- A badge signifies an emblem of office.

Dreaming of one shows our need to be accepted not just as ourselves, but also as part of a greater whole.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

1- The diadem or tiara in a dream often acknowledges the power of the feminine, or the ability to use the mental or intellectual abilities to obtain supremacy.

2- There is always a magical feeling or sense of wonder associated with the diadem, and it can be taken to represent the magical and unknown.

3- The diadem is perceived as an emblem of the Queen of Heaven and the circle of continuity. It often has twelve jewels which arc said to represent the Twelve Tribes of Israel.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

The Language of Dreams

(see Nuts, Seeds, Trees)

Male virility. In ancient times, these were an emblem of the testes, and often carried as amulets for fertility among men.

Potential.

The acorn grows into the mighty oak.

If a woman is eating the acorn, an emblem of abundance and fertility.

Shaking acorns from a tree: Releasing your own potential or making efforts for improved abundance in your life (figurative or literal).

In Native American symbolism, this represents the beginnings of a rigid personality developing in yourself. Take time to correct it by being more open-minded and tolerant.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Spaceship, UFO)

If the alien in the dream acts fidgety or ill at ease, ask yourself how comfortable you are with yourself and your appearance. Do you shy away from mirrors and eye contact or feel self-conscious? Also, are you intimately aware of your own inner nature?

Apprehension toward: Sometimes one must reach out and embrace the unknown to overcome fear. This includes welcoming hidden aspects of self and the Universe.

Traveling with aliens by choice: The need for a new beginning, or a wish to retreat far away from the current situation. Alternatively, someone looking for new friends, hoping to relocate, or just wanting some adventure.

If so, reach for the stars!

In New Age ideology, potentially an emblem of our kinship with all beings within a very large and vastly unknown Universe.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Eating, Nuts)

Generally symbolic of love and fertility. This association probably dates back to when almonds were a maternity charm.

For example, the Greek god Attis was conceived with the aid of a magical almond.

Ancient mid-Eastern: An emblem of femininity and the womb of the world due to its shape. This effectively carried over into many arts wherein the lozenge (an almond shape) is used to represent the fullness of womanhood.

Folklore relates that dreaming of whole almonds foretells wealth, whereas those broken apart indicate problems in obtaining wishes.

Spiritual sweetness that awaits you. Just get beyond the obstacle or armor represented by its shell to savor the reward!... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Crystals, Ge?ns, Jewelry; Stones)

Irritating situations in which the tension is nearly audible. Amber has a natural ability to pick up static when rubbed.

Health concerns. Because of its capacity to trap insects and plant life, the ancients believed this stone could likewise entrap sickness. Look to see what the amber contains for more symbolism.

An alternative solar emblem, believed by the Greeks to have been formed in the setting sun’s tears.

An alternative fire emblem. Germans called this a burning stone because it catches fire (like any resin).

In dream oracles, an omen of forthcoming voyages.

Feeling cornered or captured by circumstances over which you have no control, like the insect in amber resin.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Crystals, Gems, Jeivelry, Stones, Purple)

Maintaining control over yourself and your situation. In the Middle Ages, this stone got the reputation of keeping people from getting drunk because whole goblets were formed from it. When filled with any substance, the effect was like looking at wine.

Religious authority in a specific area of belief. This stone appears in both bishops’ and cardinals’ rings.

Psychic energy and prophetic dreams. Pay particular attention to anything “futuristic” about this dream’s story line.

In dream oracles, an emblem that assures safety from harm, or possibly a turn of events for the better.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

An anchor dragging through water or sand represents things that weigh you down, and hold you back.

An anchor holding firm in a torrential sea speaks of your personal need for security and stability.

If you haven’t reinforced your foundations lately, do so.

Anchors are also connected to the sea and sailing (see Boat, Water). In earlier times when ships carried valuable goods to port, such an arrival was heartily welcomed. So, sailors and things associated with their trade became “lucky.” Perhaps your ship is soon to “come in” and stay for a while!

Safety or improved vitality. In ancient Egypt, an anchor cross became a variation of the ankh, the emblem of life, around 4-5 C.E. This emblem was used frequently as a seafaring amulet.

A ship that lacks an anchor represents being adrift, going from one idea or goal to another without ever accomplishing anything.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Clothes)

A feminine emblem that pertains to domesticity.

A man wearing a chefs or barbecue apron signals acceptance of certain traits considered feminine, resulting in a more complete person.

Taking off: Breaking the proverbial “apron strings.” This may pertain to your parents, or to any situation that has restricted you to obsolete images and thought patterns.

Turning an apron: Taking your life in hand and making a change for the better.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

Ashes are generally a negative emblem, being all that remains of a devastating. Bitter changes, unsuccessful deals, heated emotions, and nonproductive arguments are all examples of what the ashes may represent.

Victorian: Ashes from one’s hearth could be used to fertilize the land or bring love into the home. What in vour life needs feeding or love?... The Language of Dreams


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