BEAN

(see Eating, Vegetables) If seen in pairs, this represents male virility. Lima beans specifically portend the end to a quarrel. Among the ancient Romans and Greeks, beans were used for ballots. A white bean was a positive response; a black bean was negative. What color are the beans in your dream? Eating beans may act […]

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CRYSTALS

(see by type, Gems, Jrweliy, Stones) Clear crystals: purity, refinement, and accuracy. A single crystal: The core of self, our identity and existence. Look at how the crystal appears for more interpretive value. Is it clear, multifaceted, cloudy? Clear vision, discernment, or foresight. Smooth crystal surfaces were used for scrying throughout history, in numerous cultures […]

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COWS

(see Animals) Red cows appearing in a dream are a positive, hopeful omen of peace and plenty. In Persia, these represented the spirit of dawn, which is filled with renewed vitality and courage. In Greece, an all-white cow was ail alternative symbol for the moon. A natural source of nourishment (see Meat). Among the Celts […]

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COMPUTER

The logical, analytical, rational, conscious self (see Calculator). Technology and how much of a role it plays in your life. Problems with: Disorientation, confusion, or communication difficulties. Blank computer screen: The need to exercise your mind and get some “brain food.” Alternatively, hitting a dry period in the creative process in which your mind feels […]

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CLOVER

(see Flowers) Much depends here on how many petals the clover has, or what color it is in the dream. Two portends love and good partnerships, three is a protective emblem, four means luck and money, five represents prosperity, white clovers safeguard you from negative magic, and red ones indicate lust and passion.

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CLOUDS

(see Ascent, Fog, Rain, Snow) Storm clouds gathering equate to similarly stormy times, especially on an emotional level. Dark clouds reveal depression, melancholy, and sadness. Alternatively, dark clouds moving toward you may be some type of warning. Moods and feelings. Does your cloud have a silver lining? Obscuration of a situation. Clouds can hide the […]

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DANDELION

(see Field, Flowers) Folkjoric: Hospitality. It was once believed that rubbing your body with the. juice of a dandelion would ensure your welcome anywhere. Victorian: In the language of flowers, this blossom represents ancient oracles and messages. Review the missives you’ve received lately. They may have greater meaning than you suspected. Male fertility. Tlie white […]

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ELEPHANT

(see Animals) Elephants exhibit many positive attributes, including affection and loyalty. Consider how much of both you have given to yourself, or to those around you, and vice versa. These creatures also have a strong sense of smell that affords discernment. How does your present situation smell? Is something amiss? An affinity for nature worship. […]

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GLOVES

During the Middle Ages, an emblem of approval and honor. To take up a glove was to accept a challenge, and giving a glove indicated respect. Victorian: Propriety’ and manners, especially among women. In this setting, the glove might indicate a refined outlook, gentility, and the graces associated with fine Victorian ladies. White gloves: Focus […]

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HORSE

(see Animals, Farm) In earlier times, horses equated to movement and transition much as modern vehicles (see Airplane, Bus, Car, Spaceship) do now. Burdens that come from labors. Horses were often work animals on farms, and were highlv valued. In what condition does the horse appear? If run-down and abused, this represents feeling unappreciated no […]

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