tripod

Tripod, Dream Interpretation


Used to hold a camera steady, a tripod may be a support for your own vision for the future As an ancient symbol, it may represent a spiritual triad—past, present, and future—in the moment.

A dream of unveiling the future, of uncertainty (Gypsy). Obviously derived from the tripod upon which the oracles were seated when forecasting.



Tripod | Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Tripod

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(see Carcass, Church, Holy Ground, Monastery, Te?nple)

The meeting of two worlds: religious and mundane. This is the place where traditionally the gods are honored, offerings get made, and many rituals take place. So, look beyond the altar to see what appears on it, and what occurs around it, for more insight.

If a sacrifice appears before you, ask yourself what things need to be left behind so that you can get a fresh start. Alternatively, consider if you’ve been giving too much of yourself, and sacrificing personal needs in the process.

Approaching ail altar: Acknowledging an urgent need for outside assistance of some sort. We often go to our image of the Divine when we want answers to, or help with, particularly perplexing problems.

If you have hesitated to seek that help from friends or the Universe, now is the time for action.

Improved insight or visional*)’ capacity developing. In ancient Greece, a tripodal altar was used in many divinatory efforts (see Divination).... The Language of Dreams

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(see Numbers, Trident)

The triune nature of humankind as body-mind-soul; and the triune nature of many divine figures (Father-Son-Holy Spirit; Maiden-Mother-Crone).

Stability 7 . Three legs gives the tripod or cauldron greater strength.

In ancient Greece, the number representing fate. External, powerful forces are at work here, whose source is wholly or partially unknown to you.

If the number appears on a die in the dream, this portends excellent luck (e.g., “three is a charm”).

Oracular experts claim any dream that repeats itself three times will come true.

Jung felt this number represented some type of incompleteness, like a table that’s missing one leg.... The Language of Dreams

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