Phoenix

In Greek mythology, the Phoenix was a bird with great beauty, splendor and longevity. The legend tells us that the Phoenix lived for five hundred years and then retreated to make a nest where she would die. She made a nest of aromatic twigs that would burn from the heat of its own body. The […]

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Birds

To see birds perched on a tree or in a cage unexpected happiness for you. If the birds are flying, prosperity for the dreamer. If you kill a bird, unprofitable months ahead. A wounded bird indicates sadness caused by some member of the family. Singing birds, sadness. Talking birds, a warning to be careful about […]

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Cage

In your dreaming if you see a cageful of birds, you will be the happy possessor of immense wealth and many beautiful and charming children. To see only one bird, you will contract a desirable and wealthy marriage. No bird indicates a member of the family lost, either by elopement or death. To see wild […]

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Duck

A duck is a very interesting bird and the message it conveys is generally positive. Ducks are well adopted to navigate and survive on land and in the water. They can swim, walk, and fly. Ducks are flexible and multi-talented. Dreaming about this bird suggests that you, or someone else in your life, is very […]

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Duck 

A duck is a very interesting bird and the message it conveys is generally positive. Ducks are well adopted to navigate and survive on land and in the water. They can swim, walk, and fly. Ducks are flexible and multi talented. Dreaming about this bird suggests that you, or someone else in your life, is […]

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Neck

In a dream, a neck represents an embrace, a donation with terms, a legal will or a conditional endowment. The neck and the shoulders in a dream represent one’s trust or trustworthiness. A healthy strong neck in a dream means trustworthiness and ability to repay one’s debts. Wounds, festering, or purulence in one’s neck in […]

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Crow

A boastful “know it all” with an oppressing message; see “bird

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