Rst | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Rst


BURST

A warning that something has past the point of duration and must be relieved... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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BURST OF FAME IN THE HAND

A burst of flame in the hand is interpreted as inuries caused to him by the king or ruler.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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CLOUDBURST, DOWNPOUR

Vision: If you are surprised by a downpour: sudden difficulties will turn up—making life miserable. Soaked by a cloudburst: you have more luck than brains in a certain matter. Watching a downpour: good luck and maybe winning a large sum of monev. See Rain. 0

Depth Psychology: A downpour announces unexpected good luck in a quandary that you could not have resolved with your head alone. That makes a cloudburst represent good luck—even if you get wet in the process.... Dreamers Dictionary

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CONSIDER COMMON DREAM SYMBOLISM FIRST

If there’s any such thing as a shortcut to finding dream meaning, this is it. The majority of dreams convey meaning using one of just a few forms of symbolism. So, chances are that your dream symbol represents something in your life or mind in one of the following ways, which you’ll begin to recognize as you interpret more dreams. When searching for a symbol’s meaning, always consider these most common forms of symbolism first.

Literal Translation
If the dream symbol (person, event, object, action, setting, etc.) exists in your real life, it might represent that actual element of your waking life. For example, your mother who was hugging you might represent a particular time she hugged you, or her affection toward you in general. Consider whether the dream symbol might represent the same thing in your current life, past, or imagined future, and whether your feelings about the dream symbol remind you of feelings you felt about something in your real life (perhaps recently).

Emotions
The emotions you feel regarding the dream symbol are probably the same as the emotions you feel about whatever the symbol represents in your real life. For example, if you feel overwhelmed by a swarm of insects in a dream, the swarm might represent your to-do list that feels overwhelming in real life. (See more about emotions in the Emotions symbol category.)

Abundance or Lack
A dream symbol can represent something that you feel you have too much of, do too much of, or want less of in your real life. Alternatively, your dream symbol could represent something that you feel you lack, do too little of, or want more of. If your dream contained a pleasant experience (such as relaxing on a beach), your subconscious mind could be pointing to your desire for more relaxation in your life. If your dream was unpleasant (such as someone judging you), your subconscious mind may have been focused on trying to avoid that kind of experience in real life.

Personal Symbolism
A dream symbol may convey meaning that you personally associate with it based on your experiences, feelings, and other influences (as described in Subconscious Influences on Dream Symbolism). For example, one person might associate a baby with vulnerability and someone else might associate it with growth.

A particular dream symbol may bring more than one meaning to mind for you. For example, money might bring to mind how fun it is to spend, but you might also think of money as power or a solution to financial problems. If the first meaning that comes to mind doesn’t seem to relate to anything in your real life and doesn’t resonate intuitively, explore additional meanings (TOOL: Caveman Explanation is helpful for this).

Importance
The symbols you tend to notice in a dream are often the most important ones. So a good place to start when exploring your dream is with the symbols that stood out. Symbols may stand out because they’re so huge you can’t miss them (like a boulder falling on your house) or they could be small details that happen to stand out in your mind (like the chipped rim of a teacup). Sometimes an important symbol is highlighted in the dream with a bright color, illuminated with light, pointed to with an arrow, or emphasized in some other way.

Urgency
If there’s a sense of urgency involved in the dream, the dream might represent an urgent matter that you feel needs attention in your real life (or one that you fear or imagine needing attention). For example, a dream about trying to put out a fire at work could point to a real-life problem that arose suddenly at work that you feel requires quick action to avoid catastrophe.

Subject Context
A dream might be about you or it could represent your perception of a friend or a recent situation—even in the media, on TV, or in a movie. For example, in a dream about a girl wearing a cheerful flowered dress, the girl could represent a happier version of yourself or your desire to feel more cheerful. Alternatively, she might represent a friend who was in a happy mood when you saw her yesterday, an upbeat song you just heard, or an optimistic character you saw in a TV show last night.

Time Context
A dream symbol could represent something in your past, present, or imagined future. Look for elements that bring to mind a particular time frame, either in the characteristics of the symbol itself or in the other things associated with it in the dream (people, activities, clothes, places, music, books, etc.). Time-related cues could include things like hair or clothing styles, a person appearing younger or older than their current age in real life, technologies of a different era, or personal cues such as the cowboy boots you wore at age seven.

Emotional Exaggeration
When a dream portrays a real-life situation that’s particularly emotional for the dreamer, sometimes the situation shows up as exaggerated in the dream. In other words, the subconscious mind may amplify the real-life situation, “making a mountain out of a molehill,” expressing how strongly you feel about the dream’s subject matter. For example, if in real life you saw a baby snake in your yard, and you’re very afraid of snakes, the snake might show up in a dream as a huge serpent attacking you. So, consider whether a particular dream symbol could represent a similar but less extreme situation in your waking life, about which you feel strong emotion.... Common Dreams

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CORNERSTONE

A symbol of the “heart” of one’s spiritual foundation; research details, i.E. Shape, color, etc.; See “foundation”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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CORNERSTONE

(Pillar) A cornerstone in a dream represents one’s wife or it could mean money.

(Also see Black stone; Ka’aba)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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DOORSTEP

(Door lintel; Doorplate; Threshold) In a dream, the doorstep of one’s house represents one’s power, or it could mean marriage.

If one sees himself removing the doorstep of his house in a dream, it means losing his power.

If he removes the door lintels of his house in a dream, it means divorcing his wife.

If the door lintels are taken away and one could no longer see them in the dream, it means his death.lfhe can still see them in the dream, then it means a sickness from which he will recover.

The door lintel in a dream also represents a woman or the house bottler.

If a governor sees the doorsteps of his house being removed in a dream, it means that he will be impeached. Whatever happens to the doorsteps in a dream should be interpreted as relating to one’s wife or a woman.

(Also see Threshold)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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FIRST AID

To dream that your are giving someone first aid, indicates your willingness to compromise your beliefs to achieve a mutual accomplishment, or cooperate with others to reach a mutual goal.

To dream that you need or receive first aid, suggests that you are feeling overwhelmed and low in confidence.... My Dream Interpretation

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FIRST AID

An increase in personal prestige is predicted in a dream of administering emergency medical aid.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

GOOD LUCK SUPERSTITION

Good luck superstitions have been around for centuries and vary from culture to culture. Here are some of the most common and their appearance in your dream can, depending on the context and mood of the dream, be a positive sign: Fingers Crossed. Knock on wood. Sneezing three times before breakfast.

Meeting three sheep. Looking at the new moon over your right shoulder. A four-leaved clover. Spilling wine while proposing a toast. Putting a dress on inside out. Nine peas in a peapod. Hearing crickets singing. Picking up a pin. Dropping a glove. A horseshoe. Peacock feathers. Cutting your hair during a storm. Sleeping facing south. White heather. Picking up a pencil in the street. Breaking clear and uncolored glass. Walking in the rain. Sleeping on un-ironed sheets. Avoiding cracks in the sidewalk. An itch on the top of your head. Scissors hanging on a hook. A ladybird on you. Carrying an acorn on your person will ensure good luck and longevity! Picking up a piece of coal that has fallen in your path. Black cat. To have one’s garments caught up by a bush or briar when out walking promises monetary gain.

New enterprises will be fortunate if begun at the time of the new Moon. You meet the same person twice when out on business. Dolphins swimming near a ship. A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas. Setting out to play golf on a rainy day. Rabbit’s foot. See a penny, pick it up.... The Element Encyclopedia

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JUNG’S FIRST DREAM

Jung himself apparently went through a difficult separation from his mother in early childhood that had repercussions for his social health later in life. Jung’s mother was said to have experienced a depressive illness at this time, which resulted in a separation of several months from Jung when he was three years old. In her absence, Jung was cared for by his aunt but he was troubled by the separation and his anxiety is reflected in the lack of maternal protectiveness in a dream he recalled from this period and published in his autobiographical Memories, Dreams, Reflections. As well as his relationship to his mother, this dream—which occurred when Jung was just three or four years old—reveals much about his family, culture and life, as well as about his relationship with his mother and father.

‘In the dream I was in this meadow. Suddenly I discovered a dark, rectangular, stone-lined hole in the ground. I had never seen it before. I ran forward curiously and peered down into it. Then I saw a stone stairway leading down. Hesitantly and fearfully, I descended. At the bottom was a doorway with a round arch, closed off by a green curtain. It was a big, heavy curtain of worked stuff like brocade, and it looked very sumptuous. Curious to see what might be hidden behind, I pushed it aside. I saw before me in the dim light a rectangular chamber about thirty feet long. The ceiling was arched and of hewn stone. The floor was laid with flagstones, and in the center a red carpet ran from the entrance to a low platform. On this platform stood a wonderfully rich golden throne. I am not certain, but perhaps a red cushion lay on the seat. It was a magnificent throne, a real king’s throne in a fairy tale. Something was standing on it which I thought at first was a tree trunk twelve to fifteen feet high and about one and a half to two feet thick. It was a huge thing, reaching almost to the ceiling. But it was of a curious composition: it was made of skin and naked flesh, and on top there was something like a rounded head with no face and no hair. On the very top of the head was a single eye, gazing motionlessly upward.

It was fairly light in the room, although there were no windows and no apparent source of light. Above the head, however, was an aura of brightness. The thing did not move, yet I had the feeling that it might at any moment crawl off the throne like a worm and creep toward me. I was paralyzed with terror. At that moment I heard from outside and above me my mother’s voice. She called out, “Yes, just look at him.

That is the man-eater!” That intensified my terror still more, and I awoke sweating and scared to death…

Later in his life Jung wrote the following about his reaction to this childhood dream. ‘From then on I always felt mistrustful when the word “love” was spoken. The feeling I associated with “woman” was for a long time of innate unreliability. Father on the other hand meant reliability and powerlessness.’... The Element Encyclopedia

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KIRSTIN

See “kristie”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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MISUNDERSTANDING

Revealed in order to bring about an understanding and avert confusion... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SUPERSTITION

Bondage; the truth sets one free... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SUPERSTITIONS

Bad luck superstitions have been around for centuries and vary from culture to culture. Here are some of the most common in Western culture and their appearance in your dream may, depending on the context and mood of the dream, be a sign of misfortune or of the need to be cautious and consider all your options before moving ahead

Friday the thirteenth: The Scandinavians believed that the number thirteen was unlucky due to the twelve mythological demigods being joined by a thirteenth, an evil one, who brought misfortune upon humans. It was also said that Christ was crucified on Friday and the number of guests at the party of the Last Supper was thirteen, with the thirteenth guest being Judas, the traitor.

Walking under a ladder: A leaning ladder forms a triangle with the wall and ground. Triangles represent the Holy Trinity, and violating the Trinity by breaking it (walking through it) would put you in league with the Devil himself.

Black cats: Although sometimes thought to be a symbol of good luck (in ancient Egypt, the Goddess Bast was a black, female cat), during the Middle ages cats were thought to be demons in disguise and should thus be destroyed.

Spilling salt: Salt used to be an expensive commodity used mainly for medicinal purposes. For this reason, spillage was to be avoided at all costs. The idea that it is unlucky to do so probably stems from the belief that Judas spilt salt during the Last Supper.

Other superstitions associated with bad luck and misfortune include: A bat flying into the house. An owl hooting 3 times. 3 butterflies together. Looking at the new moon over your left shoulder. A 5-leaved clover. Breaking a glass whilst proposing a toast. Putting a shirt on inside out. Red and white flowers together. Hearing a rooster crow at night. Cutting your nails on a Friday.

Putting a hat on a bed. Getting out of bed left foot first. Violets blooming out of season. A picture falling. Breaking a mirror. Singing before breakfast. Opening an umbrella indoors. Giving away a wedding present. Stepping on cracks in the sidewalk. An itch inside your nose. Crossed knives. Seeing an owl during daylight. Spilling pepper. Killing a sparrow. Black birds.

Dropping a wedding ring. Breaking a plate, especially if it has not already been cracked. Mending a garment whilst wearing it. Signing contracts in the months of April, July or November. Spilling ink. Breaking a bottle.

Fastening a button into the wrong buttonhole. A candle falling over. Stepping on board a ship with your left foot. Tripping over when you leave your house.... The Element Encyclopedia

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THE FIRST STORY

It is reported that once, while ImaamMuhammad Bin Sireen (RA) was having his lunch,a lady came to him and informed him that she had seen a dream. When he asked her to relate it she said: “Not until you have finished your meal”. After having had his meal, she said; “I saw the moon entering the planet Taurus and a voice from behind me said to me: Go to Muhammad Bin Sireen and relate to him your dream!. Hearing this, the Imaam’s face turned pale and he got up holding his stomach. His sister came to himasking: “ What’s the matter with you? Why has your face turned pale? He said “Why should it not when this lady has brought to me the news of my death after seven days?” And truly, the Imaam (RA) passed away on the seventh day after this dream. May allah have mercy upon him.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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THE MOON OF THE FIRST NIGHT OF THE LUNAR MONTH

If a person sees the crescent of the first night of the lunar month, but in reality it is not the first day of the lunar month, one of the following interpretations could be given : (a) he will been entrusted with someduty pertaining to governing of the land or country, (9) a child will be born in his home,(c) a missing person will return, (d) some new event will occur.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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THIRST

To dream of being thirsty, shows that you are aspiring to things beyond your present reach; but if your thirst is quenched with pleasing drinks, you will obtain your wishes.

To see others thirsty and drinking to slake it, you will enjoy many favors at the hands of wealthy people.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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THIRST

(Desire; Dryness) In a dream, thirst represents stagnation of businesses, dullness of the real estate market and unsalability offarm products. Thirst in a dream also means poverty, slump, recession, or yearning for a beloved, desiring to be with him and missing him. Thirst in a dream also could represent religious corruption.

If a thirsty person sees himself searching for water but could not find it in a dream, it means that he will escape from a misfortune.

If one sees himself standing thirsty before a source of water or a well but cannot drink from it or reach it in a dream, it means that he will fail to reach his goal. Thirst in a dream also means being corrupt, or it could represent one’s need to get married to preserve his chastity.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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THIRST

A symbol of longing for something in your life.

The sensation of thirst can symbolize a desire for God, Ps. 42:2... Christian Dream Symbols

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THIRST

To quench with clear water, sound sleep, contentment; to drink tepid or foul water, discomfort lasting through the night (Gypsy). A gypsy interpretation coinciding with the ultra-modern school.... The Fabric of Dream

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THIRST

To have an inner need for something, to long for satisfaction, probably in regard to one’s emotional or spiritual needs, but can be sexual too. See drink. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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THIRST

Often you actually are thirsty. Restlessness, dream of obstacles.

It is important what you are thirsting for; often a sign of emotional longing.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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THIRST

Dreaming of being thirsty suggests we have an unsatisfied inner need; we may be emotionally at a low ebb and need something to give us a boost. Anything that gives us emotional satisfaction whether short- or long-term would suffice.

To satisfy a thirst indicates we are capable of satisfying our own desires. By being prepared to take in what we need, we are able to experience life in the best way possible.

If we are thirsty in a dream, we need to look very carefully at cither what we arc being denied, or what we are denying ourselves, in waking life.

3- Thirst is symbolic of our thirst for spiritual knowledge and enlightenment. It may well be an unquenchable thirst.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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THIRST

To dream you have an unquenchable thirst signifies that you seek new knowledge; you are looking for an answer to a longterm problem.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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THIRST

Vision: Dreaming about being thirsty means to beware of false friends. Drinking something and still being thirsty: you are hoping for something you can’t have. Being thirsty and finding a bottle that is empty means much heartache in your love life. Giving a drink to a thirsty person: someone will be very grateful to you.

Depth Psychology: Thirst is always a symbol of a persons need for love. See Drinking.... Dreamers Dictionary

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THIRST

Really an obstacle dream—if you satisfy your Thirst you will overcome your troubles.... Mystic Dream Book

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THIRST

If you are thirsty in your dream, this could represent that your throat is literally dry, and in need of refreshment. However, it may very well mean that you are thirsty for knowledge, information, love, security, and spiritual connection. This dream could be telling you that there is a drought in your life that needs to be tended to immediately. See Drink.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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THIRST

Thirst in a dream is symbolic of our quest for spiritual knowledge and enlightenment. It may well be an unquenchable one.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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THIRST

Psychological / emotional perspective: To satisfy a thirst indicates we are capable of satisfying our own desires. By being prepared to take in what we need, we are able to experience life in the best way possible.

If we are thirsty in a dream we need to look very carefully at either what we are being denied, or what we are denying ourselves, in waking life.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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THIRST

Material aspects: Dreaming of being thirsty suggests we have an unsatisfied inner need; we may be emotionally at a low ebb and need something to give us a boost. Anything that gives us emotional satisfaction – whether short- or long-term – would suffice.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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THIRST

If you dream that you or someone else is thirsty, it suggests that you are taking on more than you can handle. You should be more realistic and set for goals that are within your reach.

If in your dream you quench your (or the other person’s) thirst, then you will achieve your wishes and desires.... My Dream Interpretation

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THIRST

An obstacle dream which suggests that you are an aggressive leader.

The meaning depends on whether or not you quenched your thirst.

If you did so at a well or a spring, your success will be beyond your highest expectations.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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THIRST

Eagerness for knowledge.... The Dream Books Symbols

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THIRST

This could reflect a real physiological need, especially when fevered. Contrarily, thirst symbolizes a clear spiritual yearning, as well as mystical. However, if in the dream you sate this thirst by drinking cloudy or hot water, the image announces delusion, deceit, and general disappointment.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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THIRSTY

A spiritual thirst for whatever is lacking in one’s life; see “water”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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THUNDERSTORM

See Thunder, Storm, Hurricane, Wind.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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THUNDERSTORM

Vision: Seeing a thunderstorm and a dark sky: you arc unsettled about something. Watching a thunderstorm from a safe place: you are about to vent your anger and things will change for the better. Getting caught in a thunderstorm means you are on the wrong path and need to turn back. See Clouds, Hail, Rain, Storm, Thunder.

Depth Psychology: A thunderstorm stands for a lightning-fast outburst of emotions and a far-reaching, sudden change in your life!... Dreamers Dictionary

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UNDERSTANDING

Dreams where you have compassion and/or you deeply understand another person who heretofore you judged as inadequate, inferior, or unlovable, can be deeply healing and transforming. When you dream of having compassion for how another person feels or thinks, you can then transfer that understanding into your waking state, and experience enormous breakthroughs in your relationships and in your life in general. See Integration Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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UNDERSTUDY

To dream of being the understudy in a play or production is a sign that you are the only one standing in the way of a possible successful future. There is an implication that you may need to grow in confidence and put yourself out there a little more to achieve your ultimate success.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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UNDERSTUDY

To dream of being an understudy suggests that you aren’t being true to yourself. You might be copying others instead of following your own values, and/or being dishonest with the people around you. You won’t achieve the respect you crave until you can learn to be yourself, be truthful, and not knock down others to make yourself look good. However, if you dream of an understudy taking over the part you were supposed to play, this warns of a false friend coming into your life.... My Dream Interpretation

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WEATHER SUPERSTITION

In the past, when people lived and worked on the land, the weather was very important and people watched for patterns to help them predict the future weather. They then made up rhymes to help them to remember these patterns. Some of these sayings do contain a grain of truth. Others, particularly those that try to predict the weather for the following season from a single event, are unlikely to contain much truth. It is possible that your unconscious may draw on these ancient sayings not to predict the weather, but to predict your changing emotions or state of mind. So if an image of a red sky in the morning appears in your dream, could this be a warning, not of a storm, but of possible emotional conflict?

Here is a list of some of the most wellknown sayings.

If images that are reminiscent of them appear in your dreams—for example, cows standing in a line or crickets chirping—as well as referring to the specific symbols involved, it is always worth looking for possible interpretations concerning your mood or state of mind using the weather-related entries in this chapter as your guide:

  • Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight; red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning.
  • Rain before seven, fine by eleven.
  • A sun shiny shower, won’t last half an hour.
  • If cows are standing in a field it will be fine, but if they are lying down it is going to rain.
  • Clear moon, frost soon.
  • When squirrels lay in a big store of nuts, look for a hard winter When bees stay close to the hive, rain is close by.
  • Rain, rain go away, come again another day.
  • Haloes around the moon or sun mean that rain will surely come.
  • When forest murmurs and mountain roars, close the windows and shut the doors.
  • Moss dry, sunny sky; moss wet, rain you’ll get When smoke descends, good weather ends.
  • A cow’s tail to the west is weather coming at its best; a cow’s tail to the east is weather coming at its least.
  • Flies will swarm before a storm.
  • If crows fly low, winds going to blow If crows fly high, winds going to die.
  • When sea birds fly to land, there truly is a storm at hand The sharper the blast, the sooner it’s past.
  • Rain is on the way if people with curly hair find their hair curlier and people with straight hair find their hair straighter.
  • Rain is on the way when old people with joint or muscle problems such as rheumatism or arthritis have stiffness and discomfort.
  • You can tell the temperature by counting a cricket’s chirps.

You can tell it will rain if: cats clean themselves more and meow more; pigs wallow about and squeal; cows huddle together as if seeking comfort from each other; horses ’switch and twitch’ and sometimes bolt; insects fly low and bite more; birds chirp more loudly; dandelions close their blossoms tightly; morning glory ’tucks in’ its blooms as if ready for a long nap; clover folds up its leaves; leaves on many trees roll up or show their undersides... The Element Encyclopedia

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WORSTED

To wind it, a comfortable income; to knit with it, you will inherit more than you earn.... Mystic Dream Book

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