EXCAVATION

Hunting for something that seems elusive or hidden from direct view. Due to the soil involved, this may have something to do with personal foundations. Metaphorically digging up the dirt on someone or a situation. Uncovering treasures that are just waiting for your persistent efforts to discover them. Digging through your own past to discover […]

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FRUIT

(see by type, Field, Grove, Trees) Fertility (e.g., the “fruit of one’s loins”). Distinctiveness. On the Tree of Life, each fruit was grown by its own design. Similarly, fruits have colors, shapes, and smells that set them apart from one another. In oracular dream books, figs symbolize wealth and wisdom, melons indicate travel and adventure, […]

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FLOWERS

(see by type, Field) Fulfillment and maturity in yourself, a job, or a relationship. Research the specific flower for other more detailed associations. Most have correlations with divine beings, historical figures, and folkloric attributes. For example, the lily is often an emblem of Christ, the rose is often a symbol of Mary, the Mother Goddess, […]

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FEATHERS

(see by type, Birds, Flying, Wings) Spiritual purity and truth: In ancient Egypt, the soul was weighed upon death against the Plume of Maat, whose name means truth. Similarly, the Hopi regard the gift of an owPs feather as a means of helping the recipients be true to themselves. Less directly this may pertain to […]

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FAN

(see Ah; Wind) A type of air or wind dream that offers more personal control because you know-where the “off switch lies. Handheld fans may symbolize secret communications. In the Victorian era, when propriety would not allow lovers to outwardly speak of their feelings, fans were used to convey those desires. Also, handheld fans placed […]

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FABRIC

(see Clothes, Needle, Sewing, Wool) The metaphorical fabric of time, space, and dimensions in which your life represents one strand. Note, however, that each strand touches the others within this iveb directly or indirectly. The substance of your foundational belief system. How does this fabric appear? Is it finely woven or full of holes? Patterns […]

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FABLES

(see Dragon, Monsters, Phoenix, Storytellers) Characters or themes from the fables of our youth commonly appear in dreams as archetypes of personality traits or prevalent situations. Normally, the subconscious tries to illustrate a key that will help you develop those traits, overcome negative habits, or succeed in your present circumstances. For example, the tale of […]

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GIR AFFE

(see Animals) Because of the giraffe’s extended neck, this animal often symbolizes someone who take unnecessary risks and put themselves on the line for other people (e.g., “sticking your neck out”). The height of the giraffe affords it a unique perspective. The caution here is not to become meddlesome in this investigation. Use your heightened […]

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GHOST (SPIRIT)

(see Death, Seance) Residual feelings or uncertainties that you haven’t totally dealt with honestly or recognized. Esoterically, the disembodied spirit of a person who has returned with a message for you, or to ask for your aid. Something perceived as remote or unlikely (e.g., “ghost of a chance”). Memories of deceased friends, parents, and loved […]

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GEMS

(see by type, Crystals, Jewelry, Stones) Something precious, to be cared for and guarded with due diligence. The gem of truth. Facts revealing themselves. Commitments and devotion. Precious gems, especially diamonds, are exchanged as part of engagement or wedding rites. In a ring: Authority. Popes, kings, and other authority figures often wear gold rings mounted […]

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