wounds, bruises, ulcers, sores etc. appearing on the body symbolise wealth that will be acquired by the observer of such a dream. The extent of the wealth will depend on how old such wounds, bruises etc. Are, Likewise, any obesity or swelling means acquiring of wealth equal to the extent of the obesity or size […]
Your subconscious may be sending up symbols regarding wealth, religion or sex; the interpretation depends on the content. Traditionally oil is used in many religious sacraments. It represents wealth for people who own it, and it has also may have sexual connotations.
Drawing water from the well and seeing impurities and filth in such water means the person doing so will pollute his wealth with haraam wealth.
If the body is seen stained with blood, dung, excreta and all that issues from the body, it symbolises unlawful wealth owned by him or it means he will receive haraam wealth in the future.
This symbolises wealth. If it gives off a bad smell it symbolises unlawful wealth. The stronger the odour the greater the unlawfulness.
A dream of need denotes wealth in store (Gypsy). The shrewd interpreter might easily augur that the anxiety that roused the dream would give birth to frugality, etc., that tend to accumulate wealth.
Wealth and status usually go naturally together, so often when we are having problems in dealing with our own status in life we will have dreams about wealth. It can also often indicate the resources that we have or that we can use from other people. We have the ability to draw on our experiences […]
A brick which is baked or dried in the sun so that it is not longer clay, usually symbolizes one’s wealth which one had accumulated. Acquiring a portion of a brick suggest that the observer of the dream will acquire accumulated wealth.
Bleeding without any wound means he will acquire unlawful wealth. Similarly, pus or blood gushing forth from a fountain in the body and such pus or blood staining his body also means he will earn haraam wealth. How much haraam wealth he earns depends on how much blood or pus gushes from such a fountain. […]
In Celtic society, wealth was measured by the number of cattle a person owned – and so dreaming of a calf shows promise of the acquisition of wealth. As calves were often included as part of a bride’s dowry, dreaming of a healthy, frisky young calf is a harbinger of marital happiness.