From a spiritual perspective a pagan is one who does not belong to a major religion, but believes in all gods. However, in dreams such a figure is likely to suggest someone who worships, and is in touch with, the forces of nature.
Psychological / emotional perspective: In returning to basic beliefs about the world in which we live we can reveal our pagan side, in its true meaning. This part reacts and responds to natural forces. This tends to happen when we begin a journey of self-exploration.
Material aspects: When a work or personal situation contains elements that we have difficulty understanding, this may be symbolized by the appearance of a pagan type of figure. Intrinsic in this is the idea of going back to very simple beliefs.
Gives gender - specific: For many people the concept of paganism is of a somewhat chaotic freedom oriented religion, which deals with the balance of masculine and feminine.
For this reason, both men’s and women’s dreams will reflect whatever rebalancing is required. Dreaming of the various gods and goddesses, for instance, highlights those qualities that need to be developed.
To dream of a pagan indicates the need to spend time in nature and a strengthen your connection with the earth. Life may have been getting busy and the pace may have been quickening, so it is time to simplify your life.
The people in your life may not approve as you spend time connecting with the more natural aspect of yourself.
Depending upon your associations, dreams of a pagan reflect your reverence and connection to the elements, the seasons, the natural world, and to the magical and mystical side of life.
I watch at airport as my husband was in the first silver blimp then two more behind his in a single file and an airplane crashes into back of last blimp and it hits next blimp and it hits the first blimp and each explodes and as i watched a told the others that my husband didn’t want to be up there anyway