Greek

1. Ability to read greek for a nonnative means that the per­son values learning. 2. Acceptance of new ideas.

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Greek Gods

To dream of the Greek Gods symbolizes your intellectual development and urge to discuss ideas. It can also suggest a perfectionist streak.

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Greek

To dream of reading Greek, denotes that your ideas will be discussed and finally accepted and put in practical use. To fail to read it, denotes that technical difficulties are in your way.

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Sirens

1. Being drawn, as in greek mythology, to situations that can hurt one badly. 2. A problem that is leading to a lot of stress in life. 3. Warning.

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Pine-Tree

To see a pine-tree in your dream signifies idleness and remissness (Artemidorus). This tree was especially dedicated to Dionysius, hence the interpretation after the passing of the Greek Gods.

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Caduceus

The caduceus is the sign that is used by doctors and medical establishments as the sign of healing. Initially it was the staff carried by the greek god hermes. Wellbeing, our own or other people’s, needs consideration.

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Hammer

In dreams the hammer will signify the judicial application of force rather than out-and-out aggression. Haephestos, a greek forge god, crafted beautiful artefacts for his fellow gods with the use of the hammer.

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Cherries

To see tEem, health; to gather them, deception by a woman; to eat them, love (Artemidorus). “Cherry is identical with Cheres, the Greek for Grace, cognate with our charity or love”—Bayley.

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Lance

A dream of trouble and tragedy (Raphael) ; an erotic dream (Jung) ; Christian symbol of martyrdom; Greek symbol of the god Mars.

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Demon

Although the word ‘demon’ originally came from the greek word for ‘deity’, for many hundreds of years it was taken simply to mean spirit. In the modern day it is taken to be an evil spirit, one at odds with god, and has this meaning in dreams.

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