Skywriting

1. Willing to take a risk to have this occur. 2. Other meanings, depending on what is written.

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Ticket

If you dream of being written a ticket by a police officer it is symbolic of a godly warning before you suffer further consequences for your behavior

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Paper

To dream of white paper, innocence; written on, chicanery; printed, good fortune; decorated, deception (Gypsy).

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Book

The meaning of a book can be ascertained by its title or the words written in the pages. If you are surrounded by books it can be symbolic of a love of reading and knowledge

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X

If an x appears in a dream, we are usually ‘marking the spot’. It can also represent an error, a misjudgement or possibly something we particularly need to note. Written as a kiss it signifies unification of two entities.

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Standard

To see a banner or military standard in a dream is a sign and can be good or bad depending on what is written on the standard, Ps. 74:4

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Post-It Notes

To see Post-It notes in your dream, suggests your tendency to hold on and cling to your childhood. Also pay attention to what is written or drawn on the Post-It… that may offer you a clue to what particular aspect of yourself you are not letting go of.

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Hieroglyphics

In dreams we will often register a symbol as being a hieroglyphic because it is an idea presented in pictorial form. It is only after conscious thought that the meaning becomes clear and is retained in memory. Hieroglyphics were developed before the written word and, therefore, often represent basic ideas.

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Ink

Ink has significance, particularly in magical practices, when it is used to reflect powers that are outside the norm. In written magical spells it is often important to use particular inks in order to achieve the required results. Spiritually this creates the correct vibration and this concept often surfaces in dreams.

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Pen

A written statement, etc., Unlike a pencil or chalk; research colors; see “pencil” and “chalk”

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