Carrying its own mail sack, Stork is the deliverer of a message you may or may not expect. It can offer the happy news of pregnancy, or any other good news. ($ee Birds.)
Symbolic of following God’s commands, doing what one is supposed to do, Jer. 8:7
Referring to the announcement of a new birth, literally or spiritually; see “baby”
The stork is a symbol of new life and new beginnings.
To dream of a stork indicates new life and productivity. Perhaps you have developed an innovative and creative notion.
Symbol: The stork symbolizes the love of children.
Vision: Seeing a stork: you will be blessed with many children or have to deal with many children—not necessarily your own. Seeing a stork’s nest: peace and harmony reigns in your house.
A nest with young storks: you will visit a kindergarten, a children’s home, or organize a children’s party.
Depth Psychology: The stork is a symbol of the soul and your early childhood.
For young people, the dream means they want to have children—for older people, they want grandchildren. See Swallow.
Foretells a robbery.
interpreted upon 4 sides: man who is a farmer, weak sovereign, doorkeeper / guard & an odd person, poor person.
In a dream, a stork represents sociable and sharing people. However seeing a flock of storks gathering in the wintertime in a dream means a meeting of thieves and highway robbers, or it could represent the enemy’s army, cold weather, air pollution, or strong winds. Seeing a dispersed flock of storks in a dream is then a good sign for a traveller, or it could mean returning home from a business trip.
Emotional strength, desire for family. Legend has it that it is the stork who “delivers” babies. It is also said that the stork never leaves its nest. According to Christian symbolism, the stork is the one who knows about the return of the Lord.
To see a stork in your dream symbolizes fertility and/or a new birth.
The birth may be a fruition of some idea.
1. One wants to have a baby.
2. One is having a baby.
Dreams of a stork signify that good news is being delivered to you, you are being rewarded for sticking your neck out there, and of course, this could be a sign that a new baby is on the way. See Bird.
A dream of change, possibly loss (Gypsy). Evidently the interpretation antedates the German interpretation of the symbol.
(see Birds, Feathers, Wings)
The dance of a stork represents the ability to make the right moves to ensure your success.
Due to children’s stories, this is an emblem of fertility, especially physical.
Maternal instincts toward people or special projects and goals. Storks are fiercely dedicated to their young.