VELVET

Velvet: To dream you trade with a stranger in velvet and other silks, is a sign of profit and joy.

 

 

-from The Witches’ Dream Book, and Fortune Teller
-by A.H. Noe

 

 

RANDOM ENTRIES…

Do any of the following speak to you?

TAIL

TAIL: To Dream you wear a tail, signifies profit, but to see animals with tails, such as monkeys or apes, shows abundance of company or amusements. Lucky Numbers: 13, 35, 53   -from Madame Zadkiel’s Fortune Teller and Mirror of Fate RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

HORNS

HORNS: To see horns on the head of another person, danger to the dreamer on your own wealth and importance. To dream you are gored by a horned animal denotes unhappiness. To lovers it usually predicts that they will have difficulty in connection with their desires; if they think of marrying, some obstacle will be placed in the way of their union, though perhaps not prevent it in the end. Lucky Numbers: 9, 18, 56     -from The Golden Wheel Dream-Book and Fortune-Teller -by Felix Fontaine     RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

WALLS

WALLS: To dream you are walking on a crazy, old and narrow wall, denotes that you will engage in some very dangerous enterprise, that will cause you much trouble and vexation; if you get down without hurting yourself, or the walls falling, then you will succeed; if the wall should fall whilst you are upon it, you will be disappointed. -If you are  walking between walls, and the passage is very narrow and  difficult, you will be engaged in some quarrel, or other disagreeable affair, from which it will require great circumspection and caution on your part to disengage yourself; but if you get from between them safe, you will settle well in life, marry an agreeable partner, have children, and become rich and happy.   -from The Model Book of Dreams, Fortune Teller, and Epitome of Parlor Entertainments -by Henry Temple, and Cordelia M. Ottley RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

KEYS

KEYS: To dream of keys is favorable to a person in trade; and to a sailor, they denote some gift, and that the dreamer will become rich. -To dream of finding a key, denotes an addition to your estate; if you are married, it foretells the birth of a child. -If you give another a key you will be speedily married; in love, keys betoken faithfulness, and a good-tempered sweetheart. -To dream your keys are gone or lost, denotes that you'i] be vexed or crossed.     -from The Model Book of Dreams, Fortune Teller, and Epitome of Parlor Entertainments -by Henry Temple, and Cordelia M. Ottley     RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

THUNDER

THUNDER: To dream of a thunderstorm denotes danger or death to a friend.       -from Fortunes and Dreams: A Practical Manual of Fortune Telling, Divination and the Interpretation of Dreams, Signs and Omens -by Astra Cielo   RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

TOOTH (TEETH)

TOOTH: To dream that you have the tooth-ache is a sign of trouble. -If you imagine that you are about to have the tooth pulled, it foretells that your trouble will end by a piece of good luck. -If you dream that the tooth is out, and you have it in your hand, you will soon gain a good lump of money. Lucky Numbers: 8, 5, 34 -from The Golden Wheel Dream-Book and Fortune-Teller -by Felix Fontaine TEETH: -Cleaning — Troubling one's self for others, hindrances. Lucky Number: 240 -Extracting — Riches. Lucky Number: 335 -Having beautiful white — Self-conceit, vanity. Lucky Number: 53 -Losing — Loss of friends by death, or other misfortune; for sick persons, convalescence. Lucky Number: 21 -from Mehmet Ali's Oriental Interpretation of Dreams RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

PAGODA

PAGODA: To see a pagoda in your dreams, denotes that you will soon goon a long desired journey. -If a young woman finds herself in a pagoda with her sweetheart, many unforeseen events will transpire before her union is legalized. An empty one, warns her of separation from her lover.     -from Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or, What’s in a Dream, a Scientific and Practical Exposition -by Gustavus Hindman Miller     RANDOM ENTRIES... Do any of the following speak to you?

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