Difficulties or tribulations we cany, perhaps unnecessarily; human life and its whole spectrum of experience, physical, sexual, mental, emotional, cosmic—painful and delightful, wrongness, as with tick being correct, cross being wrong or forbidden; completion as when crossed off list; the body, upon which consciousness is nailed or fixed during life.
The cross is an ancient symbol with horizontal and vertical lines intersecting that represents the manifestation of spint into matter. As the structure on which Jesus was crucified, the cross signifies suffering, burden, and martyrdom.
A cross that is worn around the neck may point to devotion to Christ or it may mention that you have a cross to bear.
Symbolic of Christ’s death for our sins, Jn. 19:19.
If the cross is colored the color has special significance to the interpretation.
A cross can be on an animal or a person and be an indication of a false religious belief or demonic doctrine
Dresser-to see a man wearing women’s clothes or a woman wearing men’s clothing during a dream is symbolic of someone who is oppressed and influenced by a demonic spirit of perversion, Deut. 22:5
Symbol of christianity; type of cross defines one’s god, i.E. Golden cross is worship of money, etc.
see Dream Dictionary: Shapes
See anger, shapes / patterns and spiritual imagery in the introduction
An equal-armed cross is a sign of good luck to come.
If the cross is enclosed in a circle, it means there will be financial good luck.
A cross in a dream represents a high ranking person who is worthy of respect or it could represent a religious person. Carrying a cross in a dream could mean marriage, or an unsuitable marriage, or begetting a son. Seeing a cross in a dream also could mean adultery, rape or conceiving a son in sin. Seeing a cross in a dream is also interpreted to mean death, opposites, opposition, war, fight, distress, temptation, lies, false testimony or slander.
Symbol for direction and order. It appears in classic dreams, where it is the cross of the victor, the cross of God’s praise and honor, and also a sign of victory. According to Jung, it appeared in a dream about agony (cross to bear).
According to Artemidorus, the 2nd century dream interpreter, it is a favorable sign for those who are going on a sea voyage, because ships were made of wood, and the masts took on the configuration of the cross.
For non-seafaring people, however, it is a sign of bad luck.
To see a cross (crucifix) in a dream, is a warning that someone you care about will go through troubling times.
If you dream of holding or wearing a crucifix in your dream, you are a kind and modest person and these are the personal qualities that will win you love and success.
An omen of sorrow in the affections.
1. To a believer, an afﬁrmation of one’s faith.
2. To an agnostic, a question as to whether one should believe or not.
3. To an atheist, a symbol of one’s disbelief in god and religion.
4. A hint that though one does not believe in god, one might someday.
5. If one pictures oneself being cruciﬁed, one is making a huge sacriﬁce for someone else.
Dreams of a cross symbolize that you are dealing with your cross to bear, or you are grappling with your religious and spiritual affiliation and devotion. This dream may be suggesting that it time for you sacrifice short term pain for long term gain, or that you will ascend from this difficult time you are moving through. Perhaps you are at a crossroads in your life, and you must make a life altering decision or sacrifice. See Christ.
To dream of seeing a cross, indicates trouble ahead for you. Shape your affairs accordingly.
To dream of seeing a person bearing a cross, you will be called on by missionaries to aid in charities.
To dream of a cross augurs success and honor; to carry it, trouble (Artemidorus). The cross as a symbol of victory is illustrated in the dream of the Emperor Constantine as related by Eusebius. In one of the marches the Emperor saw the “luminous trophy of the cross placed above the meridian sun, and inscribed with the following words : By this conquer.”—Gibbon.
Something coming to an end or a crossroad.
The Celtic or Greek equidistant cross: An elemental balance and wholeness (see Pictographs).
Carrying a cross: Burdens that may not be yours to bear. Self-imposed martyrdom.
Protective energy. Carrying or wearing a cross was long considered a potent safeguard from evil, especially from vampires.
A Red Cross: Take special note of your health, as this suggests you may be overlooking a problem that could become serious with time.
According to Jung, other items that are symbolic of crosses include the ace of spades (see Cards), forked branches, anchors, and four-armed wheels.
If any of these appear in your dream, consider both entries for interpretive value.
A Saltire Cross (one rotated halfway) creates an X, marking the spot under which you should look for more answers, or to discover the treasures.