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Magnus, Dream Interpretation


Great, highly esteemed, victorious one



Magnus | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Magnus

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

To dream that you commit adultery, foretells that you will be arrainged{sic} for some illegal action.

If a woman has this dream, she will fail to hold her husband’s affections, letting her temper and spite overwhelm her at the least provocation.

If it is with her husband’s friend, she will be unjustly ignored by her husband. Her rights will be cruelly trampled upon by him.

If she thinks she is enticing a youth into this act, she will be in danger of desertion and divorced for her open intriguing.

For a young woman this implies abasement and low desires, in which she will find strange adventures afford her pleasure. It is always good to dream that you have successfully resisted any temptation.

To yield, is bad.

If a man chooses low ideals, vampirish influences will swarm around him ready to help him in his nefarious designs. Such dreams may only be the result of depraved elementary influences.

If a man chooses high ideals, he will be illuminated by the deific principle within him, and will be exempt from lascivious dreams.

The man who denies the existence and power of evil spirits has no arcana or occult knowledge. Did not the black magicians of Pharaoh’s time, and Simon Magnus, the Sorcerer, rival the men of God? The dreamer of amorous sweets is warned to beware of scandal. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

The Language of Dreams

(see Herbs, Oak)

Invincibility. Teutonic warriors carried mistletoe into battle as protective amulets.

Setting aside bad feelings out of respect for a common belief or need. In Scandinavian regions, warring groups who met underneath this plant put away their ireapons for the day.

Among Druids, a plant that heals all wounds and protects the bearer. What is it in your life that needs healing}

Romantic advances.

A favored holiday tradition is to kiss anyone caught beneath the mistletoe.

A dream key to unlocking a specific door in your life.

The German philosopher and theologian Albertus Magnus recommended this plant as a magical key that could open anv locked door, including doors to the hidden realms of the earth.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Fruit, Trees)

Generally an emblem of wisdom, except in the East where peaches are given the additional attributes of a happy marriage and long life.

In China, the flowers that bear peaches are used within the home to avert negativity.

If tensions have been high with your family lately, now’s the time to begin the healing process.

Among Taoists, a source that offers productive energy, especially in a sexual sense. This idea seemed to hold true in other cultures too, as the Greeks attributed this fruit to the rule of Venus, and Albertus Magnus recommended eating peaches as an aphrodisiac.

A sarcastic visual pun that indicates a situation or person you find less than “peachy.” ... The Language of Dreams

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