(Knowledge; Town; Village) Entering a city in a dream means appeasement than leaving it. A city in a dream also represents a learned person, a wise man and a scholar. If one enters a city and finds it in ruins in his dream, it means that the learned people of that city no longer live […]
(Personal guard; Prison guard) If a notable or a public figure sees his keepers of the gates, or his personal guards standing-up in a dream, it means that they are performing their duty correctly. If they are sitting in the dream, it means that they are failing their duties. The governor’s keeper of the gate […]
Sitting in a balcony during the summertime in a dream means comfort, dispelling aggravations, recovering from an illness, or exposing one’s secrets. A balcony in a dream also could mean honor, or if seen with the city walls, then it represents the governor of the town, or it could mean the battlement. The parapet on […]
Visiting the Holy city of Medina, the city of God’s Prophet, upon whom be peace, in a dream means profits and blessings in this world. Standing at the door of the Sacred Mosque in Medina, or in front ofthe Blessed Chamber ofGod’s Prophet, upon whom be peace, in a dream means repenting from a sin […]
1. Entry to a new phase of one’s life. 2. New opportunity. 3. If gate can’t be opened, something is stopping the dreamer’s ability to go forward.
(Avenue; City gates; Path; Road; Trail) Seeing a lane in a dream is like seeing the city’s gates. If it is closed during the daylight time in the dream, it means that an accident will take place inside the city or at the end of the lane, and that such an accident will necessitate the […]
Gate keeper, guardian, protector
(golden) symbolic of Zion the city of God, Rev. 21:2
If a gatekeeper lets you pass in a dream, you will be successful in a new project or transition. If you are not allowed through the gate, you are fed up with things the way they are.