In a dream, dust signifies money. Seeing a cloud of dust in a dream means a mysterious happening no one knows how to get out of it. Washing one’s hands from dust in a dream means becoming poor. Dust that accumulates after a rainstorm or a thunderstorm and lightning in a dream means drought or […]
To dream of seeing a cloud of dust gathering or rolling indicates a new problem on your horizon which will only be overcome with a lot of effort. Other dreams about dust predict an upcoming period of annoyances, petty quarrels and minor embarrassments. However, if you manage to clean up the dust in your dream, […]
Counting specks of dust or gathering them in a dream means trials, injustice, aggression, or temptations. Specks of dust in a dream also represent one’s progeny, money, longevity, or they could represent soldiers, weak people, or God’s soldiers. Seeing a room full of dust in an unusual place, or a closed place where they usually […]
To dream of dust covering you, denotes that you will be slightly injured in business by the failure of others. For a young woman, this denotes that she will be set aside by her lover for a newer flame. If you free yourself of the dust by using judicious measures, you will clear up the […]
1. Immobility, inertia, often in life goals. 2. A period of petty problems and irritations. 3. Feelings that others have failed the dreamer. 4. Concealing questionable activities (to dust a room). 5. To clear up past problems (to dust a room).
Soil, sand and dust symbolize wealth in the form of goods, if someone sees soil, Sand or dust flying on him or he sees himself eating it, it suggest that he will become wealthy and affluent.
Symbolizes man and mortality, Gen. 2:7. Dust can also be symbolic of death, Ps. 30:9
To dream of someone licking the dust is symbolic of being any enemy of God, Ps. 72:9
Sand or dust flying in the atmosphere or skies symbolizes the beholder’s affairs becoming chaotic. The same interpretation is given if mist or fog is seen.
A dream of temporary calamity (Gypsy). Dust is the Christian symbol of humility and woe, but its effects are obviously temporary and easily thrown aside.