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Diamond Rings dream interpretations
 

Diamond Dream Explanation — Diamonds symbolize a harmful, venomous woman, good for nothing but showiness.



Ankle-rings Dream Explanation — If a person sees himself as having worn one or two ankle-rings, he will be faced with hardships, fear, imprisonment and the like.




Jewellry Worn by Women Dream Explanation — if they are made from gold or silver they symbolise a pleasant life and embellishment for the women, But if they are one or two ankle-rings or bracelets then they represent her husband, brother or father. The same is the interpretation of a crown although according to some, it presents a king or ruler.



Ring Dream Explanation — In a dream, a ring represents peace, tranquillity, authority, a wife, a child, or a job, the reward of which will equal the value and size of the gemstone which is placed on it. If one's wife is pregnant, and if he sees himself wearing a golden ring in a dream, it means that she will give birth to a son. The king's ring in a dream represents his kingdom. Cutting off a tight ring with a pair of pliers in a dream means the end to one's authority. Any incrustations on one's ring in a dream represent his goals. If the gemstone of one's ring falls in a dream, it may mean the death of his child, or the loss of his business. A broken ring in a dream means divorce. Wearing a ring made of iron in a dream means that one will receive benefits though with great strain on him. Wearing a golden ring carrying a precious stone in a dream means that such benefits will come with ease. If it is a plain ring or a band with no stone, it means engaging in a strenuous project and getting nothing out of it. Rings made of ivory or from an animal's horn in a dream represent glad tidings for a woman. Seeing someone in authority stamping a document with his ring as a seal in a dream means that one will receive an important political appointment. If one who is accustomed to wearing a silver ring sees himself offering it as a gift to whoever he wishes in a dream, it means that he will preside over an honorable post. Wearing the governor's ring in a dream means an appointment as a dignitary, or inheriting such a rank from one's father. If one's father does not hold such a position, then it means the opposite of one's wishes. Finding a lost ring in a dream means earning money from a foreign land, or having a new born son, or it could mean a marriage to a righteous woman. If the stone of one's ring seems unstable in the dream, it means that one will be fired form his job. Removing one's ring in a dream means that one maybe removed from his job. If a woman sees herself removing her wedding ring in a dream, it means the death of either her husband or of a close relative. A ring in a dream also connotes a band, an encumbrance, or a shackle. If one's ring disappears and only the stone remains in the dream, it means that once the responsibilities are gone, good memories of the person will remain. A man wearing a golden ring in a dream represents innovation, and the results will bring about afflictions, betrayal, or a revolt. Wearing a tight ring in the dream means that one will be let off from a vicious woman, or that he will be spared from a wicked duty. A borrowed wedding ring in a dream represents an ownership that will not last. If one buys an engraved ring in a dream, it means that he will own something he never owned before, such as a house, a vehicle, or perhaps he may get married, or bear a child. If one sees rings being sold in the open market in a dream, it means that the estates of the high society are for sale or it could represent foreclosure. If one sees the skies raining rings in a dream, it means that he will conceive a child during that year. If he is unwed, it means that he will marry a rich and a virgin young woman during that same year. If they are gold rings in the dream, it means that such a woman has lost her wealth. If one places a ring in his little finger then removes it to place it on his ring finger, then removes it again to place it on his middle finger in the dream, it means that he solicits customers for a prostitute. If one notices his ring sometime in his little finger, then in his middle finger, then in his ring finger without his doing in the dream, it means that his wife will betray him with another man. If he sells his ring for pennies or a handful of sesame, or for little flour in a dream, it means that he will separate from his wife, though they will have respect for one another, or it could mean that he will offer her a good financial arrangement. Receiving a ring that is inlaid with a precious stone from one's son in a dream represents the good character and qualities of such a son. A stone which is made from worthless glass beads in the dream denotes a weak authority. A ring that is inlaid with a green sapphire in the dream means begetting an intelligent son who will become a great man of knowledge. A wooden ring in a dream represents a hypocritical woman. If a woman is offered a ring in a dream, it means that she will get married, and for a married woman, it means that she will give birth to a son. If the ring in one's dream is interpreted to mean money or clothing, then it represents one's status and high esteem his field. Receiving a ring as a gift in a dream also means happy news, or a marriage to a beautiful woman. Seeing an atheist who publicly brags about his actions and thoughts wearing a ring and turning its stone toward the palm of his hand in a dream, it means that he engages in sodomy. If a believer turns his ring inside during prayers in a dream, then it represents his modesty. Wearing a ring that carries two gemstones, one to the outside and the other to the inside in a dream means that one may chair two important appointments, material and a spiritual ones, or inner and outer ones. Wearing a ring with a carnelian-red stone in a dream means an end to one's poverty. If a pious person, a religious person or an ascetic receives a silver ring from Allah Almighty in a dream, it means his salvation on the Day of Judgment. If he receives a silver ring from Allah's Messenger (uwbp) in a dream, it represents a gift of a greater knowledge. If it is gold, iron, or copper, then it has negative consequences, because iron rings represent the chains of the dwellers of hell-fire. Somehow, to wear a simple band in one's dream is better than wearing a heavy ring. Heavy rings in a dream also may connote an assassination or deceit. On the other hand, large rings in a dream also can be interpreted to mean something great, or something which entails sizable benefits. Lead rings in a dream mean weak authority. If one sends his ring to some people who returns it to him in the dream, it means that he is asking to betroth someone from such a family, but his request will be declined. If one sees his ring being forcefully pulled out from his finger in a dream, it means that he will lose his rank or whatever the ring represents to him. If one loses his ring in a dream, it means that he will experience something he hates to see it happening to him. (Also see Games; Solomon's ring)



Ring Dream Explanation — The ring symbolizes tremendous power or a great ruler—a king. Its stone is the awe he inspires. The armorial bearings or seal on a ring means the exercise of the king’s influence as well as his assets and the scope of his realm. The seal as such is a symbol of the dreamer’s authority and ability to command. The carvings are what he wants or desires. The ring also represents what the dreamer owns and what he can do. It refers as well to children, women, boys, the purchase of a slave, a house, an animal, and money or a realm, in case the dreamer is eligible. One exception is that for a man a golden ring means subservience and humiliation. Nevertheless, if it has a stone in it, it alludes to the man’s power, prestige, and endeavours. The stone also alludes to a male child.
• A pious or ascetic person receiving a silver ring from God: The dreamer will be favoured by the Almighty and immune from Hell.
• Taking a gold ring from the Lord: Bad omen. Similarly bad are rings made of iron, the latter being the ornament of those who reside in Hell, and rings made of copper whose name in Arabic is nahhas, from nahs, meaning “bad luck” or “a jinx.” One more reason, adds Ibn Siren, is that copper is the metal used in manufacturing the rings of the jinn.
• Taking a silver ring from the Holy Prophet or from a religious scholar: The dreamer will acquire learning. In case the ring was made of silver, iron, or copper, the dream would have a very negative interpretation.
• Wearing a ring: Renewal of what the ring refers to, depending on its alloy or composition.
• Wearing a silver ring: Nothing will stand in the dreamer’s way.
• A golden ring:  (1) If a ruler, the dreamer will turn heretic, lose his religious faith, betray his people, and become a tyrant.  (2) A reference to a woman who has lost her fortune.
• An iron ring:  (1) A courageous leader.  (2) A tradesman with foresight but bad memory.  (3) A ring made of lead: Power melted through weakness. A ring with two stones: Overt and covert influence, financial benefits, and/or success in helping religious-minded and worldly individuals and healing people.
Rings made of horns or ivory: Good augury for women.
• A wooden ring:  (1) A hypocritical woman.  (2) Prosperity or power obtained through hypocrisy.
• Being given or offered a ring or buying one: The dreamer will wield tremendous power or become a king, if eligible because, says Ibn Siren, the majesty of King Solomon was derived from his ring.
• A woman being given a ring: She will get married or have a child.
• Borrowing a ring: The dreamer will own something that will not last.
• Taking a ring from a king: A house the dreamer enters, dwells in, or owns. The stone is the gate or door of that house. A girl or a woman whom the dreamer marries and whose ring-shaped vagina he will deflower by introducing “the finger of his belly”  (penis) in it. The stone represents her face.
• Wearing the king’s ring:  (1) The dreamer will be given a province.  (2) The dreamer will succeed his father.  (3) In case the dreamer has no father or if his father is dead, the reverse of what he wishes will happen or he will be given a useless province.
• A ruler dreaming that his ring has been taken away from him by force:  (1) Will be deposed.  (2) Will divorce.
• A concave but solid, not hollow, ring: Welfare  (invariably).
• Hollow rings that are filled or in which something could be hidden:  (1) Wickedness and plots or assassinations  (as something is concealed in them). Aspirations to something great and many benefits because their size is bigger than their weight, says Ibn Siren.
• A tight ring: Relief and comfort.
• Finding a ring:  (1) The dreamer will receive money from foreigners.  (2) The dreamer will get married.  (3) The dreamer will have a boy child.
• Obtaining a ring with carvings on it: The dreamer will own something for the first time, such as a house, something to ride, a woman, or a slave, or will have a boy.
• A ring with a gemstone: Power, influence, prestige, charisma, good renown, money, and other riches.
• A ring with a beryl, chrysolite, or peridot stone:  (1) Strength courage, and fearsome authority.  (2) A well-educated, polite, and pious boy.
• A ring with a bead: Weak and humiliating authority. A ring with a green ruby: A devout, shrewd, and knowledgeable boy will be born to the dreamer.
• Seeing the stone in one’s ring moving: Power and authority are about to wither away. Isolation is forthcoming.
• The ring’s stone falling:  (1) Death of a son.  (2) Partial losses.
• The ring falling apart and disappearing and only the stone remaining: A reference to the dreamer’s name, reputation, and beauty.
• A woman dreaming that her ring has been taken away by force:  (1) Death of her husband.  (2) Death of her next-of-kin.
• A bachelor dreaming that he has a ring: He will have a woman.
Rings being sold in the market: Notables or leaders are selling their assets.
• Wearing a ring on one’s little finger, then taking it off to put it on another one: The dreamer is sleeping with a second woman or driving women to his wife and advocating debauchery.
• Seeing one’s ring that was on the little finger passing to the ring finger and onto the middle finger without having done anything to change its position: The dreamer is betrayed by his wife.
• Selling one’s ring for money or bartering it for wheat or sesame: The dreamer will part from his wife after talking nicely to her or giving her a financial indemnity.



Aqiq Dream Explanation — Is a name given by Arabs to a very large variety of semiprecious stones, if not all of them. It translates as cornelian, if the stone is reddish, or agate, if otherwise. The clearer and the more reddish the stone, the more expensive it is. In any case, for pious Muslims Aqiq is invaluable, in view of a Hadeeth  (statement reportedly made by the Holy Prophet) according to which Aqiq repels poverty. It is also believed to have been the first stone that recognized the unicity of God  (sic).20 The best quality is the one found in Yemen, hence the appellation Aqiq yamani, and the Muslims  first choice is the white color and also the brownish red called in Arabic rommani kabedy, which literally means “having the color of liver like pomegranate.” There are also famous varieties called jaze, a kind of black and/or white beads, and sabaj, which is utterly black. Lesser qualities are simply called kharaz, or beads. It is noteworthy that Hobal, the Arabs  foremost idol before Islam prevailed, was said to be made of Aqiq. Its eyes were fascinating. The same stone was used in ornamenting the Taj Mahal in India. The higher qualities of Aqiq  (mostly found in anes and Khawlan, in North Yemen) are believed by Orientals to have certain properties, like the ability to slow down the movement of fluids in the body. If somebody is hurt, for instance, while carrying Aqiq or wearing it as a ring whose stone touches the skin, the blood is unlikely to ooze out of the wound. Some men also use it to avoid rapid ejaculation. I was told by one of the few remaining Aqiq craftsmen in North Yemen, a few years ago, that a rich Arab client believed by the craftsman to be a Saudi ambassador had proposed to pay some two hundred thousand dollars for one of those special rings, but his offer had been declined. In Sanaa, the capital of North Yemen, there is a stone that, I was told, was then in the custody of someone called Ahmad Al-Turki, who cannot sell it for its being a waqf  (a property confined to public benefit, according to an Islamic code). That stone, called Al Fass Al Hanash  (The Snake Stone), has the property of saving people from snakebites. A Yemeni ambassador who worked with me at the Islamic Conference Sec retariat in Jeddah told me that when he was a child, the stone was urgently rushed to someone bitten by a highly venomous serpent. The victim recounted to the ambassador that the stone used to stick to his wound, giving him the impression of a child sucking its mother’s breast. Each time the stone became saturated with poison, it fell on the ground and was picked up and immersed in cow milk, wherein the venom could be seen being liquidated. Aqiq symbolizes religion, progeny, and virtue. It is a blessed stone.
• Owning Aqiq: Will no longer be poor.
• Wearing an Aqiq ring: Will own something blessed and achieve growth.
• Seeing the black Aqiq: (1) Suspicious money. (2) The birth of an expected boy.
• One Aqiq stone: (1) Return of an absent one. (2) Recovery of a sick person. (3) The freeing of a prisoner. (4) More faith and the abiding by the Holy Prophet’s Tradition.
• One bead: A friend who has nobody to support him.
• Many beads: Illicit gains.
• Dreaming of Aqiq and of doing, at the same time, something prohibited, such as slaughtering a pig or presenting people with pork or dead meat while aware of the sinful character of such an act: The dreamer is ungrateful to his parents and to God, in view of the resemblance of the word Aqiq to oqooq, which in Arabic conveys that meaning of ingratitude.
• Being given Aqiq: Will follow the example of the donor. Losing it means the reverse. Owning plenty of aqiq: Money and general welfare, as much as was seen.
• Drinking from a container made of aqiq: Will have a child who will become honest and prestigious and will never be short of money.





Silver Dream Explanation — Though silver is better than gold in the interpretation of dreams, bangles and bracelets are a bad omen for men, who are not supposed to wear them, and a good augury for women. A man wearing a silver anklet will experience fear, be chained, or go to jail. For men anklets are chains. Anyhow, no ornaments are good for the masculine gender in dreams, except rings, pendants, necklaces, and earrings. For women, all jewels and ornaments are, generally, good dreams in view of a verse in the Holy Quran that reads as follows: “Beautiful for mankind is love of the joys [that come] from women and offspring, and stored-up heaps of gold and silver, and horses branded [with their mark] and cattle and land. That is comfort of the life of the world. Allah! With Him is a more excellent abode.”  (“Al-Imran” [The Imran Family], verse 14.) The bracelet and the anklet symbolize the husband or marriage, in particular. For men they represent sorrow. Lady’s jewels could also refer to their children, since mothers are proud of them. Gold is a reference to boys and silver to girls. Likewise, whatever is masculine refers to boys and anything feminine to girls. Certain interpreters hate to hear about silver in view of the etymology of the word—in Arabic feddah from fadd or yafeddo, meaning “to disperse” or “to deflower.” In general, silver is hoarded money. An alloy of silver and gold is a beautiful white girl or slave girl  (or servant in the modern sense), because silver is part of the essence of women  (according to the ancient Arabs). Whoever dreams of having acquired such an alloy will seduce a pretty woman. If the piece is big, he will find a treasure.
• Hoarding silver: Will go to Hell. “… they who hoard up gold and silver if not in the way of Allah, unto them give tidings  (O Muhammad) of a painful doom, on the day when it will [all] be heated in the fire of Hell, and their foreheads and their flanks and their backs will be branded therewith  (and it will be said unto them): Here is that which ye hoarded for yourselves. Now taste of what ye used to hoard.”  (“Al-Baraah” or “Al-Taubah,” verses 34–35.)
• Silver roofs, houses, stairs, doors, or couches: A reference to atheism in view of verses 33 to 35 of “Surat Al-Zukhruf”  (Ornaments) in the Holy Quran: “And were it not that mankind would have become one community  (of disbelievers), We might well have appointed, for those who disbelieve in the Beneficent, roofs of silver for their houses and stairs  (of silver) whereby to mount, and for their houses doors  (of silver) and couches of silver whereon to recline, and ornaments of gold. Yet all that would have been but a provision of the life of the world. And the Hereafter with your Lord would have been for those who keep away from evil.”
• Melting silver: Will be angry with one’s wife and people will speak ill of the dreamer.
• Giving away a silver knickknack, artifact, mirror, piece of jewelry: Will lose money or other assets.
• Seeing oneself in a silver mirror: Popularity will be at its lowest ebb, or reputation will be badly damaged.
• Entering a silver cave and taking something out of it: Will be deceived by wife in a matter regarding her or somebody else.
• Becoming part of the silver metal: Wife will deceive the dreamer.
• Silver and golden containers: Women. But silver is good and gold is bad.
• Seeing silver in a container: Someone will deposit something with the dreamer and place his confidence in him.
• A silver or golden container, such as a pitcher, a jug, a ewer, a tea- or coffeepot or a flagon, a platter or trencher, or a cup: Business or good deeds conducive to Paradise. Reference should be made here to certain verses of the Holy Quran: “Therein are brought round for them trays of gold and goblets, and therein is all that souls desire and eyes find sweet. And ye are immortal therein”  (“Al-Zukhruf’ [Ornaments], verse 71.) “Goblets of silver are brought round for them, and beakers  (as) of glass,  (bright as) glass but  (made) of silver, which they  (themselves) have measured to the measure  (of their deeds)… their raiment will be fine green silk and gold embroidery. Bracelets of silver will they wear. Their Lord will slake their thirst with a pure drink.”  (“Al-Dahr” or “Al-Insan” [Time of Man], verses 15–16 and 21.) “There wait on them immortal youths with bowls and ewers and a cup from a pure spring.”  (“Al-Waqiah” [The Event], verses 17–18.) “A cup from a gushing spring is brought round for them, white, delicious to the drinkers.”  (“Al-Saffat” [Those Who Set the Ranks], verses 45–46.) But ancient Arab interpreters were divided about the interpretation of dreams involving silver. To some finding silver tablets or bars meant joy or that the dreamer would procure some in reality. To others it meant worries and sorrow; it all depended on the personality of the dreamer himself. According to Al-Kirmani, genuine and intact silver meant some truthful news would arrive. Broken silver is a reference to misleading information and animosity.
• Finding some molten piece of silver or receiving it from someone: The dreamer will marry a woman from that person’s folk.
• A golden or silver salt cellar: An agreeable woman, as in Arabic salt is melh and agreeable is maliha. But silver is always better than gold.
• A man wearing two silver bracelets:  (1) Benefits obtained the hard way.  (2) Hardships of one’s own making and deep regret, especially if the metal is twisted.
• Seeing a silver bracelet: The dreamer will get a male servant or have a child.
• A silver armlet or bangle: Worries and hatred, but less than if it were gold.
• An armlet on a man’s upper arm: His daughter or his brother’s daughter will get married.  (The upper arm and the forearm represent the brother.)
• A silver pendent: A pretty girl, servant, or slave.
• Seeing one’s wife wearing two earrings of gold and silver or one of gold and the other of silver: The dreamer will divorce her. A man once went to a dream interpreter and told him, “I dreamed that my wife was wearing a ring, half gold and half silver.” The interpreter said, “You divorced her twice, and there remains only the last time.” “Yes,” conceded the man.
• A man seeing himself wearing a silver earring: He will memorize all the Holy Quran. If the man is honest, he will have beautiful maids, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran that says: “Round about them will serve,  (devoted) to the, youths  (handsome) as pearls well-guarded.”  (“Al-Tur” [The Mount], verse 24) , and other verses that say: “And  (there will be) companions with beautiful, big, and lustrous eyes, like unto pearls well-guarded.”  (“Al-Waqiah” [The Event], verses 22–23.)
• If the earring is coupled with a sword: The dreamer will have a girl child. If the dreamer is a pregnant woman, she will give birth to a boy.
• A man wearing a twisted silver ring: Good deed. Unlike the case of a golden ring.
• Wearing a silver ring: Great joy and comfortable living.
• A silver girdle, belt, or sash: Justice will prevail in the area, as mintaqa in Arabic is used both for belt and district.
• Wearing anklets made of silver, especially a colored one: The dreamer will renew a deal with one’s brothers to regret it later on or perhaps will use a whip.
• Wearing or bearing any silver ornament with something carved on it: Welfare. If it is just plated, the benefit will be less; if it is plain, the reverse should apply.



Dead Dream Explanation —   (Also see Mortuary, Shroud, and Resuscitate.) Whatever message a dead person conveys about himself or somebody else is true, because he has moved to the realm of reality and truth  (death being the only reality), after leaving behind the world of illusions and falsehood. As a general rule, seeing a dead person in your dream doing something good means that you should do the same. If what he does is bad he is deterring you, asking you to desist from doing such a thing. Dreaming of a dead person that one knows means joy, but the best of dreams is that in which parents, grandparents, or others relatives are seen.
• Dreaming of one’s dead father, whatever the scenario, except if there is something disgraceful in his appearance:  (1) Relief and benefits from an unexpected source.  (2) The end of pain and disease.  (3) The return of an absent one.
• An identified dead person greeting or shaking hands with the dreamer and inquiring after his health: Will not die that year.
• A dead person greeting the dreamer: He is well off in the Hereafter.
• A dead person shaking hands with the dreamer: Will receive money from a desperate source.
• The dead embracing the dreamer: Will have a long life.
• The dead holding the dreamer tight in an unfriendly manner: Bad omen.
• Talking to the dead:  (1) Long life.  (2) Reconciliation following a dispute.
• Going to a grave and digging the earth with one’s nails or trying to unearth the dead: Will probe the life of the dead person dwelling in that grave to follow his pattern.
• Dreaming of having died without seeing any shroud, funeral, or grave or anybody weeping: Relief from worries.
• Dreaming of having died and seeing your corpse without there being any washing, weeping, or shroud: Part of your house will be demolished.
• Being dead without the usual rituals, such as washing, preparation of the body, the carrying of the bier or coffin, the tears and sobbing, et cetera: A portion of one’s house or a wall or some wooden structure in it will tumble or be destroyed. In other interpretations, religious faith and foresight will dwindle and life will stretch. If the rituals and above-mentioned manifestations were there, the case would be more acute.
• Dreaming of having died and been buried without anybody having cried over you or marched in your funeral procession and without having been washed: Some of the parts demolished in your house will never be erected again, unless the hero of the dream was not you.
• Dreaming of having died a very long time ago: Will embark on a distant journey in the company of corrupt and ignorant folk.
• A dead person informing the dreamer that he is alive and well or seeing him wearing a crown or rings or sitting on a couch: He is honoured by God in view of verses in the Holy Quran that read: “Think not of those who are slain in the way of Allah, as dead. Nay, they are living. With their Lord they have provision: jubilant  (are they) because of that which Allah hath bestowed upon them of His bounty, rejoicing for the sake of those who have not joined them but are left behind: that there shall not fear come upon them neither shall they grieve. They rejoice because of favour from Allah and kindness, and that Allah wasteth not the wage of the believers.”  (“Al-Imran” [The Imran Family], verses 169–71.)
• A dead person looking well, wearing white or green clothes  (green, according to Ibn Siren, being a symbol of martyrdom), and smiling in high spirits: He is so in the Hereafter.
• A dead person laughing: He is forgiven by Allah in view of verses in the Quran that read: “On that day faces will be bright as dawn, laughing, rejoicing at good news …”  (“Abas” [He Frowned], verses 38–39.)
• A dead person laughing, then crying or his face turning black: he did not die as a Muslim in view of a verse in the Quran that reads: “On the day when  (some) faces will be whitened and  (some) faces will be blackened; and as for those whose faces have been blackened, it will be said unto them: Disbelieve ye after your  (profession of) belief? Then taste the punishment for that ye disbelieved.”  (“Al-Imran” [The Family of Imran], verse 106.)
• A dead person smiling without talking to the dreamer or touching him: The dead is satisfied with him for having done certain things for him after his death.
• A dead person singing: Bad omen.
• A dead person dancing out of joy: He is happy in the Hereafter.
• A dead person involved in any form of obscene entertainment: Bad omen.
• A dead person turning away from the dreamer or having a dispute with him as if he were beating him: The latter has committed a sin or must honour a debt or an obligation of some kind.
• The dead looking optimistic: God is satisfied with the dreamer.
• The dead looking pessimistic and dissatisfied or turning away from the dreamer: God is not satisfied with him in view of a saying by the Holy Prophet to this effect.
• A dead person appearing richer than he was in his lifetime: Is well off in the other life.
• Identified dead people rising from the grave with new clothes and looking happy: Certain matters will be revived in their favour or that of their successors. The reverse is also true.
• A dead person wearing dirty clothes or looking ill: He was questioned by God about his religious attitude when he was alive.
• A dead person appearing ill:  (1) The deceased is overburdened by sins.  (2) God is settling His accounts with him.
• A dead person looking poor: He has not done many a good deed during his lifetime.
• Dreaming of a dead person as being naked, except for the pudendum, and smiling: He is enjoying life in the Hereafter.
• A dead person appearing naked:  (1) He left the world devoid of good deeds.  (2) He is resting in peace.
• Praying for the dead:  (1) Will be compassionate in remembering them and will visit their grave.  (2) Will preach to a heartless individual.  (3) Will give wise advice to a desperate being.  (4) Will see off and help travellers.  (5) Will give alms to the poor.
• Following in the footsteps of a dead person: Will seek guidance from that person’s memory and will follow his path in the world or his religious trend.
• Following a dead person and tracing his footsteps as he is going to and fro: Will follow his example, whether good or bad.
• A dead atheist looking alive and well, in excellent shape: His successors will be in a better condition, but he is not so well before God.
• Dying and seeing one’s own funeral meeting, washing, winding sheet, et cetera: Will have a great life, but no religion.
• Dying without being ill or appearing like a dead person: Will live long.
• Dying on a bed: Will be dignified and promoted.
• Dying on a mattress: Will be well in life and in the Hereafter.
• Dying on a carpet or a rug: Life will smile on you.
• Dying naked on the ground or the floor: Misery is ahead.
• Carrying a dead person: Will look after the affairs or carry the belongings of an atheist.
• Carrying a dead person the conventional way: Will serve the ruler.
• Carrying a dead person in an unconventional manner or dragging him on the ground: Will achieve illicit gains.
• The dead coming out of their graves to eat people’s food and leaving them nothing: Food prices will soar.
• Eating with the dead: Will have a long life.
• Eating some  (a little) of the dead people’s food: Will find a treasure.
• A dead person buying food: The item he bought will become scarce and expensive.
• The dead selling some food or some article: That item will no longer be found easily on the market.
• Discovering a dead person, rat, or animal of any kind in food: That food or whatever article it was will no longer be fit.
• The dead drinking the potable water from the wells: A severe epidemic is ahead.
• A dead person dying again and people weeping and sobbing over him: An old mate or relative of the deceased will die. In the absence of crying, screaming, and sobbing, a relative of the dead person will marry pompously in great joy.
• Dreaming of having reached the pangs of death: Contradictory interpretations, the first being that you are unfair to yourself, in view of the verse of the Holy Quran that reads: “Who is guilty of more wrong than he who forgeth a lie against Allah, or saith: I am inspired, when he is not inspired in aught; and who saith: I will reveal the like of that which
• Allah hath revealed? If thou couldst see, when the wrongdoers reach the pangs of death and the angels stretch their hands out, saying: Deliver up your souls. This day ye are awarded doom of degradation for that ye spake concerning Allah other than the truth, and scorned His portents.”  (“Al-Anam” [The Cattle], verse 93.) Other interpretations of that dream would be that:  (1) God will save you from a debt.  (2) Your desire to travel will be fulfilled.  (3) You will go bankrupt.  (4) Your house will be destroyed, which will compel you to move elsewhere.
• Being dead and abandoned in an isolated place:  (1) Bad omen.  (2) Will hear that an absent one has lost his faith.
• Dreaming that a living person has died and been laid to rest on a bed or a bier, et cetera: The subject of that dream will enter the service of the highest authority and get plenty of benefits.
• Being dead and lying in the dust: Will receive money.
• Finding a corpse: Will find money.
• Dreaming that an acquaintance has died and that you are wailing over him: Tragedy will befall both of you.
• A dead person hanging onto a hypocrite: Will kill a harmful animal.
• A dead person hanging onto a debauchee: The dreamer will catch a mouse.
• Carrying a dead person  (corpse) on one’s shoulders: Money and abundance.
• Bearing a dead person on one’s back: Will support the children and in-laws of the deceased.
• Carrying a dead person to the cemetery: Will be righteous.
• Carrying a dead person to a praying area: Will benefit a religiously corrupt individual.
• Carrying a corpse to the souk  (marketplace):  (1) Successful business followed by a pilgrimage and appropriate spending.  (2) Wishes will be fulfilled and business will prosper.
• The ruler having died: Will be deposed.
• The ruler dead and people sobbing, tearing their clothes, and pouring dust on their heads: That ruler will become a tyrant.
• The ruler dead and people crying silently in the funeral procession: The ruler will make people happy.
• The ruler dead and people praising him: The ruler will be a good ruler.
• Standing amid the dead: The dreamer is surrounded by hypocrites. He tries to preach virtue, but nobody listens to him, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran that says: “For verily thou  (Muhammad) cannot make the dead to hear, nor canst thou make the deaf to hear the call when they have turned to flee.”  (“Al-Rum” [The Romans], verse 52.)
• Lying among the dead:  (1) Will die as a heretic.  (2) Will travel and never come back.
• Mixing with or touching the dead: Harm will befall the dreamer on the part of thick-skinned and evil persons.
• Sobbing and emitting other funereal sounds behind a dead acquaintance:  (1) Will meet with the same fate.  (2) Tragedy and horrible worries for the dreamer or his offspring or successors.
• Accompanying a dead person: Will embark on a long journey and reap plenty of benefits.
• A dead person being drunk: Bad omen for both the dead and the dreamer in view of a verse in the Holy Quran: “On the day when ye behold it, every nursing mother will forget her nursing and every pregnant one will be delivered of her burden, and though  (Muhammad) will see mankind as drunken, yet they will not be drunken, but the Doom of Allah will be strong  (upon them).”  (“Al-Hajj” [The Pilgrimage], verse 2.)
• A dead person washing himself: His heirs or successors will be relieved from worries and see their wealth increase.
• A dead person being washed by a certain individual: An irreligious one will repent at the hands of the washer.
• Praying for a dead person: You are frequently praying for that person and asking God for forgiveness.
• The imam  (spiritual leader) praying for a dead person during a funeral service: Will be given a province to rule  (or a leading position).
• Standing behind the imam while praying for a dead person: Will attend an obituary service.
• A dead person appearing to be sleeping: He is resting in peace in the Hereafter.
• Sleeping in bed and embracing a dead person sharing the same pillow or simply being in bed with the dead: Will live long.
• A dead person sharing the dreamer’s blanket: Will get ill or have a terrible experience but escape death.
• A departed ruler or governor seen praying in a place other than where he used to pray when he was alive: His offspring will hold the same position.
• A dead person praying in a different place than he used to during his lifetime:  (1) He has been rewarded for something good he had done when he was alive.  (2) He has been rewarded for a waqf  (Islamic trust fund or charity foundation whose assets cannot be sold and can be spent only for specific purposes) he had established during his lifetime.
• The dead seen praying in the same place he used to pray when alive: Piety of his offspring, because the deceased has stopped acting on earth to earn God’s reward for himself.
• Seeing a dead person in a mosque: The deceased is secure from torture in the Hereafter, because the mosque is a sanctuary and a haven.
• A dead person leading the prayers in front of living ones: The lives of those people will be shortened, because they were seen following the dead.
• The dead preaching, giving good counsel, or teaching something to the dreamer: Will become pious.
• A dead person moaning and seeming to be in bad shape: He was an evil-monger and is paying for his sins.
• A dead person complaining of a headache: He was not good to his parents or did some mischief to his superior.
• A dead person moaning from a headache: He was haughty in his lifetime or failed to support his parents and is being punished.
• A dead person moaning because of pain in his eyes: He used to eye children with lust and sexual passion  (paedophilia) and is being punished for that.
• A dead person moaning because of pain in his tongue: He was backbiting and is expiating.
• A dead person moaning because of pain in his ears: He used to lend an ear to mischievous statements, and his accounts are being settled.
• A dead person complaining about his neck: He squandered his money or failed to pay alimony to his wife.
• A dead person moaning because of pain in his hand: He betrayed his brothers, friends, or partners and is being chastised for his deed (s).
• A dead person complaining about his stomach: He is responsible for what happened to his father, brother, sister, relatives, or partner or his money or for an untruthful swearing.
• A dead person whining from pain in his stomach: He failed in his duties toward his children, in-laws, and other family members and is getting what he deserves.
• A dead person complaining about his side: He failed to observe the ladies rights.
• A dead person moaning because of pain in his side: He used to assault or somehow violate his women and is being punished.
• A dead person moaning from pain in his genitals: He committed adultery.
• A dead person complaining about one leg: He spent his money in ways other than those that please God.
• A dead person complaining about his two legs: He wasted his money on vice.
• A dead person moaning from pain in his legs or feet: He was misbehaving when travelling or walking around committing sins.
• A dead person complaining about his thighs: He was not good to his tribe and failed to sustain his relatives.
• A dead person moaning from pain in his thigh: He was hostile to his in-laws and other relatives.
• Being called by a deceased person without seeing him and responding and irresistibly following him: Will die of the same cause, from a heart attack, for example, by drowning, or under rubble.
• Following a dead person to a house and failing to leave it: Will die.
• If a dead person tells the dreamer, “You will die on such or such date,” he is to be believed.
• A dead person telling the dreamer that a given person has died suddenly or will die: Dangerous dream for both the dreamer and the person whose name was mentioned. Either of them or both might pass away.
• Following a dead person without as much as entering a house with him, or getting in, then out: Will near death but escape.
• Travelling with the dead: Will be confused.
• The dead giving the dreamer one of the good things of this world: The achievement of aims and benefits from an unexpected source.
• The dead giving the dreamer a Holy Quran or other religious books: Will be a successful worshiper and benefactor.
• The dead giving something to the dreamer, who does not bother to know what it is: Benefits anyway.
• The dead giving a group of persons some unknown item: He is drawing their attention to or warning them against something.
• The dead giving the dreamer something of what he is wearing and the former wearing it in turn: Deep trouble and a severe ailment. If the cloth was left till the dead wore it back, it means that the dreamer will quickly depart from this world.
• A dead person giving the dreamer a tailored cloth that does not belong to the former and the latter taking and wearing it, then returning it to the dead, who wears it in turn: Those who live under the dreamer’s roof will die, unless he had not returned the cloth to the dead, in which case the dreamer’s wealth will increase.
• The dead giving the dreamer two well-washed Arab male robes: Will become prosperous.
• The dead lending his robe to the dreamer then claiming it back: That dead man has but a few good deeds to his credit and cannot hope for much of God’s forgiveness.
• The dead giving the dreamer an old robe: The latter will become poor and miserable.
• The dead giving the dreamer a new robe: The latter will become rich and powerful.
• The dead giving the dreamer a new or clean shirt: The latter will enjoy the same standard of living as the deceased did during his lifetime.
• The dead giving the dreamer a cape or shawl: The latter will be as prestigious as the dead man was.
• The dead giving the dreamer a tattered or dirty robe: The latter will commit abominations. According to Daniel the Wise, often referred to by Ibn Shaheen, failing to eat or drink from anything given you in a dream by a dead person means you will lose money as much as you were given food and drink. The reverse is also true. For Ibn Siren, taking something from the dead is a good augury; giving them something is bad, unless what was given by the dead was a biting reptile or crawling insect.
• The dead giving food to the dreamer: Honest gains from an unexpected source.
• The dead giving honey to the dreamer: Will seize an unexpected opportunity.
• The dead giving a watermelon to the dreamer: Unexpected worries. As a general rule for most if not all dream interpreters, giving anything to the dead is a bad dream, unless the thing given was a watermelon. Such a dream would mean that worries will disappear unexpectedly.
• Giving something to one’s deceased uncle or aunt  (on the father’s side): Will pay a fine and perhaps alimony.
• Giving a cloth to the dead, which the latter neither unfolds nor wears: Harm will befall the dreamer’s fortune or health, but recovery will follow.
• Taking off some clothes and giving them to the dead, which become his: Will die. If the dreamer had recovered them, it would be otherwise.
• Holding one’s Arab robe and telling a dead person, “Take this and sew it,” or “Wash it,” without the cloth leaving the dreamer’s hand or becoming the property of the dead: Trouble, hardships, and depression. If the dead had taken it and worn it, the dreamer would die fast.
• Giving a cap to the dead: Will lose money or get sick, but recover.
• Selling something to the dead: The item in question will become expensive on the market.
• Donating something to the dead, who rejects it: Harm and losses will befall the dreamer.
• Finding a dead person alive in his grave: Will become wise and pious and achieve orderly gains.
• Going to a graveyard to unearth the dead and finding some of them alive and others not: Terrible deaths will occur in that spot or country.
• Dreaming that one’s dead parents are alive but looking neither happy nor optimistic: The dreamer is neglecting his own interests. He is not fair to himself.
• The dreamer seeing his dead father alive, smiling, and neatly dressed: Will have honour, dignity, and luck, and business will be smooth and regular.
• Seeing one’s dead mother alive: Will be relieved from trouble.
• Seeing one’s dead wife alive: Will become poor.
• Seeing one’s dead son alive: Will forgive one’s enemy.
• Seeing one’s dead daughter alive: Joy after misery.
• Seeing one’s dead brother alive: More strength.
• Seeing one’s late sister alive: Plenty of joy.
• Seeing one’s dead uncle  (from either side) alive: Greater importance and prestige.
• A woman dreaming that her deceased son is alive: Will give birth to a girl.
• A woman dreaming that her late brother is alive: An absent one will come back.
• A woman dreaming that her late sister is alive: Will get weaker.
• Dreaming that one’s dead friend is alive: Will hear some good news.
• A dead person entering one’s house and looking happy: His acumen in performing good deeds and giving alms to the poor is militating in his favour in the Hereafter, and God has heard the prayers of his folk for the repose of his soul.
• A dead person living again, entering the dreamer’s house, and talking to him: The dreamer is wise, healthy, and enthusiastic, and his aspirations will be fulfilled.
• A dead person from the dreamer’s house breaking with him: A friend will forsake the dreamer.
• An irate dead person: His will has not been implemented.
• The dead rising from their graves and looking happy: The revival of dead matters in a chain reaction and renewal of luck.
• Unknown dead persons standing on their graves: Hardships will befall the people of that area, and many hypocrites will emerge.
• A dead person seen doing something praiseworthy: He is well off in the Hereafter. The reverse is also true.
• Dreaming that a person known to be dead has died again and that people are weeping: A relative of the deceased will marry in a pompous ceremony.
• A person known to be dead dying again and people crying and screaming: One of those whom the deceased left behind, his homonym or his opposite number, will die.
• A dead person drowning in the sea or in any way: Will be engulfed by the Eternal Fire in view of a verse of the Holy Quran that reads: “Because of their sins they were drowned, then made to enter a Fire. And they found they had no helpers in place of Allah.”  (“Nuh” [Noah], verse 25.)
• The dead jumping out of their graves and returning to their homes:  (1) Prisoners will be released.  (2) Plants will grow again after they were dead in that place.
• A pious man dreaming of cutting off the head of a dead person:  (1) Will guide someone back to the right path.  (2) Will triumph over an enemy.  (3) The dreamer’s views will prevail in an encounter.
• A king or chief dreaming that he has beheaded a dead person:  (1) Will restore the freedom of certain members of his family.  (2) Will release war captives or prisoners.
• Seeing a dead person looking dead in the dream as well: Aims in the world will not be achieved.
• Showing the dead their way in a crossroads: Will acquire knowledge and wisdom and guide misled people to the right path.
• A dead person sitting in the dreamer’s place:  (1) Will be isolated if a ruler or an influential person.  (2) Will die.  (3) A bad omen anyway.
• A dead person carrying something heavy: His sins are as heavy.
• A dead person riding on the dreamer’s horse, holding his sword, or wearing his clothes:  (1) Will lose.  (2) Will err.  (3) Will be humiliated by an enemy.
• A dead person flying: Will escape danger.
• A dead person running:  (1) The danger is already over.  (2) The dreamer, having fallen short of achieving a certain aim, feels bitter about it.
• The dead holding a shield or wearing an armour of any kind:  (1) Will escape danger.  (2) The dead person in question will have nothing to fear on the Day of Judgment.
• The dead wearing some silk clothes: Good dream, because silk, which is prohibited in Islam for living men, is one of the blessings of Paradise.
• A dead person having performed the pilgrimage: Blessings, reformation, and the fulfilment of wishes in the Hereafter.
• Seeing something impossible in a dream involving a dead person: An extraordinary feat will happen, perhaps to the dreamer himself.
• Seeing a dead tyrant alive in a country: The latter’s memory is still alive.
• A dead person harvesting: He is reaping in the Hereafter the harvest of his good deeds on earth.
• Going down in a grave pit: Will commit adultery.
• Someone trying to heal a dead person: The former is giving alms while asking for God’s mercy for the deceased whom he misses.
• Blood, urine, or any secretions or excrement coming out of a dead body: The dream could be considered null and void in view of the impossible nature of what was seen; otherwise its meaning should be given at the interpreter’s discretion. For example, it could relate to the homonym, successor, or opposite number of the deceased.
• Moving to a place where there is a dead person: Religious and worldly ambitions will be achieved.
• Seeing a house crumbling all of a sudden and finding its inhabitants dead under the rubble: Death will occur in that place.
• An animal that has claws or fangs lying dead on the ground:  (1) Will be safe and sound.  (2) Will triumph over enemies, especially if the animal was of the harmful or ferocious type.
• Scattering the bones of the dead: You are spending your money otherwise than in your interest.
• Gathering the bones of the dead: Money and other benefits.
• Kissing an identified dead person: Will benefit from the latter’s bequeathed knowledge or money or something he did during his lifetime.
• Kissing an unidentified dead person: Will receive money from an undesirable or an unexpected source.
• Being kissed by a dead person: Benefits from the deceased or his heirs.
• Being kissed by an unidentified dead person: Will accept benefits or charity from an undesirable source.
• Being kissed with intense sexual passion by a dead person, whether known or unknown: Matters will be settled the way you want.
• A patient dreaming that he is kissing a dead person: Will pass away.
• A healthy person kissing the dead: The statements you are making at this time are improper. You had better remain silent.  (Your words should stop as the dead ceased to exist.)
• Sodomizing a dead man or a woman dreaming that a dead person had made love to her: Benefits from an undesirable source, the same way as the dead are undesirable sex partners.
• Sodomizing an identified dead man: Will do something good in memory of the latter, such as offering prayers, et cetera.
• Having incestuous sex or making love to a prohibited dead relation: Again, will pray for or give alms in memory of or visit that relative’s grave.
• Making love to one’s mother seen dead in the dream: Will meet her if she is alive. If you had sex with her in the grave, you will die.
• A man dreaming or someone dreaming of him that he is having sex with his mother, sister, brother, or similar prohibited relative, seen dead in the dream: He is not sustaining them as he should, but will change his attitude and be fair to them. It could also mean trouble or worries or, on the contrary, benefit to both parties. If they are alive, it means the reverse and that he does not have much affection for them. In case, according to his dream, the act took place during the Muslims  sacred months: He will go to Mecca (Makkah) for the pilgrimage.
• An identified dead person making love to a living one: The latter will get some benefit from the bequeathed or the heirs of the former, be it material or otherwise.
• Marrying and going into a dead woman: Will revive a dead matter as important as the deceased was beautiful. If the dreamer had not overwhelmed her or gone into her, the fulfilment would not be perfect, as penetration is a higher state than simple touching.
• A woman dreaming of being wedded to a dead man who then goes into her at his or her place: Her wealth will shrink, her condition will worsen, and her life will be unstable. If the act had taken place at the dead man’s unknown residence, she would die.



 
 

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