To dream of pomegranates represents well-being and a long, fruitful life. It also indicates sexual attraction. Alternatively, it is an omen for blood.
interpreted upon 3 sides: collected wealth, righteous woman, populated city.
Eating pomegranate seeds in a dream means earning easy money.
A pomegranate in a dream also represents savings.
If it is ripened and tastes sweet, it represents a beautiful woman, a town, a son, a one thousand dollars, a one hundred dollars, or ten dollars depending on the type of work one performs.
If a pomegranate is eaten unripened in the dream, it represents suspicious money. As for a ruler or a governor, a pomegranate in a dream represents a city. Ifhe brakes one in a dream, it means that he will conquer or rule that city.
The skin of a pomegranate represents the city’s walls, its seeds represent its people and itsjuices represent its resources, industries and wealth. Ifa sick person eats the skin of a pomegranate in a dream, it means that he will recover from his illness.
A pomegranate in a dream also means a coffer, a beehive, or a honeycomb.
If the seeds are white in the dream, they represent little money.
If they are red, then they represent a sizeable profit.
A pomegranate in a dream also denotes fear or a journey.
A fresh looking pomegranate in a dream represents ayoungvirgin.Abroken pomegranate in halfin a dream represents a deflowered girl, a divorcee or a widow.
A rotten or a spoiled pomegranate in a dream represents an unchaste woman.Asour tastingpomegranate in adream represents unlawful money, worries, or disturbances. Ifone sells pomegranates in a dream, it means that he will sell the everlasting reward of the hereafter for the temporary pleasure of this world. Drinkingpomegranatejuice in a dream means spending for one’s livelihood.
A pomegranate tree in a dream represents a pious, respected and a rich man.lfhe is a merchant, his business will always multiply.
The thorns of a pomegranate tree in a dream represent the obstacles that restricts a believer from falling into or committing a wrongdoing. Cutting down a pomegranate tree in a dream means severing one’s blood ties, or neglecting one’s duty toward his family.
To see pomegranates in your dream signifies fertility, good health, life and longevity. This dream may also refer to feelings of sexual attraction.
A happy augury; honours will come to you.
1. A excellent omen for prosperity and health.
2. Sexual allure and fertility.
3. Difﬁculties lie ahead (to see a spoiled pomegranate).
Dreams of a pomegranate symbolize fertility, ovaries, and transformation. See Goddess Persephone.
Pomegranates, when dreamed of, denotes that you will wisely use your talents for the enrichment of the mind rather than seeking those pleasures which destroy morality and health.
If your sweetheart gives you one, you will be lured by artful wiles to the verge of distraction by woman’s charms, but inner forces will hold you safe from thralldom.
To eat one, signifies that you will yield yourself a captive to the personal charms of another.
Only a man’s strength of character will save him from being lured into unseemly conduct by a woman’s wiles if he dreams that his sweetheart gives him a pomegranate.
A woman who eats a pomegranate is in grave danger of losing her head to some unworthy, though picturesque man.
To dream of gathering them ripe denotes fortune through an influential person; unripe pomegranates foretell sickness and scandal (Gypsy). It was the Christian symbol of the resurrection and of fertility. With the golden bells they form part of the symbolic robe of the Israelitish high priest.
(see Fruit, Seeds)
Eating the seeds of a pomegranate, according to American lore, foretells the fulfillment of one wish.
In Babylonia and Asia, this was a positive omen for maiTiages or any matters of commitment.
Because of the red juice of these seeds, they were an accepted substitute blood symbol in both ancient Greece and Judaic tradition.
Seeing a heap of pomegranates (or a lot of seeds) in your dream reflects upcoming prosperity. In Egypt, pomegranates were so valuable that they were sometimes used as a form of currency.