Tapeworm

Intestinal worms in a dream represent one’s relatives and their children. (Also see snake)

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Worm

Dreams about worms suggest that someone that the dreamer cares for is being dishonest for fear of hurting the dreamer.

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Worm

Being given to the worms’ is a metaphor for death, so we need to be aware that on a spiritual level changes – not necessarily death – may shortly be taking place.

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Hail

(Icy rain) In a dream, hail means calamity, sufferings, hunger, loss of property, poverty, mass persecution, or torture. In nature, this element cools the earth and eliminates many harmful insects, worms or scorpions and limits the danger of snakes. Thus, seeing hail in its proper season in a dream means eliminating the source of one’s […]

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Leech

(Bloodsucker; Sponger) In a dream, a leech represents the grave’s worms that eat one’s flesh, or it could denote one’s own children. If a leech falls from one’s nose in a dream, it means that his wife will have a miscarriage. Leech in a dream also represent a base and a despicable enemy.

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Parasites

Any parasite whose life depends on the human body symbolises a person’s family. If a person sees stomach-worms and lice walking on his body in great numbers or he sees them walking on his clothes it suggests that he will acquire much wealth and many male children.

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Snake

(Boy; Contemptible person; Enemy; Hidden treasure; Idolatry; Innovators; Power; Unjust ruler; Woman) A snake in dream represents a person who lives in a valley. A snake in a dream also means enmity from one’s in-laws or children, or it could represent the evil andjealousy of one’s neighbor. A sleeping snake in a dream means a […]

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Anus

(Ibn Seerin’s Dictionary of Dreams) (Backside) In a dream, it represents the husband or money. If one sees his anus blocked in a dream, it means that he will die shortly. The anus in a dream also represents a lowly person, a cheap musician, a drummer, someone who holds secrets, a kin or a relative […]

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