Talmud, Dream Interpretation


Dreams of this sacred text are about law, right and wrong, morality, judgment, and your own personal code of conduct.



Talmud | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Talmud

The Language of Dreams

(see Herbs)

Talmudic: An emblem of increased fecundity. Among Hebrew men, it was customary to eat garlic before intercourse to ensure fertility.

Protection: Garlic was used regularly in spells and charms for safety, especially against spirits and evil creatures like vampires. You may want to consider this dream more metaphorically, like safeguarding yourself against the spirit of the vine, or people who “suck” your energy dry.

Vows, commitments, and promises.

The ancient Egyptians swore oaths on garlic, rather like we swear on the Bible.

Strength during trying times. Ancient Egyptians, Israelites, and Romans ate garlic for this purpose, especially before battle.

The pungent flavor and smell of garlic makes it an alternative fire symbol.

Passing through a field of garlic portends increased prominence and a better financial outlook.

Eating garlic represents having sensible views of life, and well-rounded ideals.

Being able to endure a time of difficulty and still land on your feet. Seamen and mountaineers alike carry fresh garlic to protect them against wreckage and foul weather, respectively.... The Language of Dreams

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(see Fire, Fables)

Reincarnation, rebirth, and new beginnings. Known by the Egyptians as the bennu, this fire bird renews itself by making a nest in a raging conflagration from which it is born anew.

Longevity. Several ancient texts, including the Talmud, intimate this creature can live as long as one thousand years.... The Language of Dreams

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A symbol of wholeness.

The Fire of the sun and the Water of the rain come together; contradictions are united.

The connection between desire and will.

The rainbow has also been a Christian symbol for the bond between God and human beings. Today, it is often a symbol for creativity and fantasies.

According to the Talmud and Kabbala, we are not allowed to look at a rainbow, because it leads back to God. In some African mythology, the rainbow is a devouring animal. According to Jung, it is the bridge leading into the next life.

A rainbow can also be seen as a Circle; it contains every color and meaning, every quality.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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See Furniture. Vitality.

The symbol of matter as well as Earth (world). Ancient Egyptian dream interpretation states that a table is an indication of the arrival of guests, and that they must be entertained lavishly.

According to Freud (as well as the Talmud), it is a symbol for the body of women.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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