A demonic spirit posing as a guide to the supernatural. A spirit guide manifests itself in a dream as a talking animal or a person. Sometimes demons pose as a dead relative
Spiritually, the ouija board was – and indeed still is – a rather crude way of communicating with the spirit world. In dreams, it shows we may be aware of our need to communicate with spirit, rather than have the spirit world communicate with us. We are the instigators of communication.
Wind signifies the power of the spirit and the movement of life. Just as the holy spirit in christianity was said to be ‘a mighty rushing wind’, so such a dream can represent a divine revelation of some sort. A gale can be symbolic of the spirit we have within us. The intensity and power […]
Evil spirit; revealing one’s problems are spiritual not carnal; see “spirit” and “witchcraft”
Owls can be an evil spirit disguised as a spirit guide, Lev. 11:13-18
Fermented is the spirit of the world; unfermented is the spirit of god
The wood is often a manifestation of the spirit. If it is a wild wood, it suggests the untamed spirit – as in nature – and we perhaps need to exercise some self-control. You might also like to consult the entries for forest and trees.
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.
To dream that you are talking to an unknown spirit forewarns that someone is trying to deceive you. If the spirit is known and welcomed by you, it is a sign of great good luck and good fortune in business affairs.
One’s body houses their spirit, and god is the landlord who can evict the spirit from the body; if literal eviction, see “foreclosure”