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Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) Looking into the Mirror Dream Explanation — If Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) is seen looking into the mirror it implies that he is urging his Ummah to fully repay whatever amaanah (trust) is given to it.

Reciting Surah Al Imraan Dream Explanation — Whoever reads it in his dream fully or partially he will be the black sheep of his family. He will acquire hisd rizq in old age. He will also undertke journeys continuously.

Greengrocer Dream Explanation — A person who fully comprehends what people say and he understands their reasoning. And when he speaks he supports his speech with good reasoning and proof. He also possesses a good and clean heart

Reciting Surah Baqarah Dream Explanation — Whoever reads it in his dream fully or partially_albeit one word_ he will live long and progress in deeds of piety. At times it means he will move to a new locality where he will be revered and honoure.d Some say that if he is a qaadhi (judge) his departure from this world is imminent and if he an Alim his life span will be long and his condition will improve.

Reciting Surah Fatihah Dream Explanation — Anyone who recites it fully or partially, his duas will be assuredly accepted by Allah and he will derive such benefit thereby that it will bring him joy and happiness. Some say that he will marry seven women in succession and his duas will be accepted. This is borne out by the fact that Rasoolullah (sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam) used to recite Alhamdu lillahi rab bil alameen in the beginning of his dua as well as at the end.

Jesus Christ Dream Explanation — • Seeing Jesus: (1) Will be a blessed person and a great benefactor. (2) Will go a long way and travel long distances for the sake of Allah, moving from one country to another. (3) Will become ascetic and easy to content. (4) Will become a healer and know something about medicine, but if one dreams of Jesus often, he will become the unequalled healer or medical doctor of his time. (5) Will be immune from harm that year and will have nothing to fear anymore. (6) Will excel in whatever you try and no request you make will be turned down. (7) Will become prosperous and enjoy God’s blessings everywhere. (8) Something extraordinary will happen. (9) Justice and prosperity will prevail.  (10) Doubts about religion and contradictions because, reports Al-Nabulsi,31 the Jews said they had crucified Jesus. God Almighty says in the Holy Quran: “And because of their saying: We slew the Messiah Jesus son of Mary, Allah’s messenger—They slew him not nor crucified, but it appeared unto them; and lo! those who disagree concerning it are in doubt thereof; they have no knowledge thereof save pursuit of a conjecture; they slew him not for certain.”  (“Al-Nisa” [Women], verse 157.) The Christians say Jesus is the Son of God. Again God says in the Holy Quran: “Allah hath not chosen any son, nor is there any God along with Him”  (“Al-Muminun” [The Believers], verse 91.)  (11) Christians will appear in the dreamer’s life.  (12) Will be accused, though innocent.  (13) Someone will lie to the dreamer or his mother.  (14) Good tidings, because Jesus predicted the advent of the Holy Prophet.  (15) Prayers will be heard.  (16) For a craftsman: Benefits and good events.  (17) Indignation, wrath, and anger, by allusion to God’s wrath when those who had asked Jesus to produce a table spread with food from heaven, then believed neither the miracle nor Jesus himself were turned into pigs and when those who assaulted Moses on a Saturday were turned into monkeys.32  (18) Plenty of luck with companions and students or disciples.  (19) Will move from Egypt to Syria and from Syria to Egypt.  (20) Will travel frequently.  (21) Dead interests will be revived.
• Seeing the Holy Christ in a city or a mosque looking at the people there: Their hardships and difficult tests will be over because, says Al-Nabulsi, Jesus incarnates the spirit of God and His compassion.33
• Jesus appearing at a place: The place will be blessed, justice will prevail therein, the pagans will be destroyed, and the devout will triumph.
• Seeing Jesus Christ accompanied by his mother:  (1) Something very great or a miracle will occur at that spot.  (2) Deep problems, calumnies, slander, pain, sorrow, and the shifting from one place to another.
• Turning into Jesus Christ, looking like him, or wearing some of his clothes.  (1) For a ruler or a chief: Will become more powerful.  (2) For a scholar or a worshiper: Usefulness and good deeds will increase, and virtue will become more obvious.  (3) For a medical doctor or a healer: Will become more successful.
• A sick person dreaming of Jesus Christ: Will be out of danger and recover fully.
• Jesus Christ appearing sick: The dreamer will die.
• A child seeing Jesus: Will become an orphan, be raised by his mother, and lead a chaste life.

Prison Dream Explanation — (Cage) Imprisonment in a dream means benefits, money and comfort. It also could mean the reversal of one's condition for the worst. Becoming a prisoner in a dream also could mean making unnecessary and wasted efforts to unveil a secret. In general, prison in a dream means difficulties and humiliation. If one sees a known personality or a government administrator imprisoned or jailed, it could mean the same. If one sees himself incarcerated in a large prison in a dream, it means that he will stand before a strong person who will delegate an important responsibility to him, and from which he will gain spiritual advancement. If he is incarcerated in an unknown jail which is built from plaster in a dream, then it represents his grave. If one sees himself locked and tied-up inside a house in a dream, it means a positive advancement in his life. If in such a place one sees himself being tortured in a dream, it means that his benefits and profits will be greater. If a woman sees herself imprisoned in a dream, it means that she will marry an important person or an older person. If in one's dream the prison is administered by a religious authority, it means that one correctly prescribes to his religion. If it is a civil prison, then it means adversities, sufferings and distress caused by hypocrisy and by blaming others. An unknown prison in a dream means the world. A prison in a dream also represents an ill-natured wife, a difficult cause, silence, or controlling one's tongue, the perfidy of one's enemy, accusations, allegations, associating with rich people, one's grave, suspension of travels because of an illness, losing one's drive, poverty, or unhappiness. Entering a prison in a dream also means longevity, or reuniting with one's beloved. If one chooses to live in a sanctuary away from people in a dream, it means that he will be protected from sin. If a sick person leaves his prison cell in a dream, it means that he will recover from his illness. If a prisoner sees the gates of his jail open, or if there is a hole in the wall, or a ray of light, or if the ceiling of one's prison disappears and he can see the skies and stars above him, or if he can see them through the walls of his cell in a dream, it means that he will escape from jail. A prison in a dream also represents the safe return of a traveller, or the death of a sick person. If one sees himself imprisoned and tide-up by someone in authority in a dream, it represents adversities he wishes for them to be removed. Walking out of such an imprisonment in a dream means relief from such adversities If one is travelling, it means that he is a heedless, and if he is sick, it means that his sickness is a prolonged one. It is also said that imprisonment in a dream may mean that one's prayers are answered and that his difficulties and distress will be removed. If one sees himself incarcerated in an unknown jail of an unknown location and whose dwellers have uncommon appearance in a dream, such a prison then represents his grave. If a sick person sees himself walking out of an unknown prison, or out of a tiny house into a large open space in a dream, it means that he will recover from his illness and fully enjoy his life. If one sees himself incarcerated in a prison he does not recognize in a dream, it means that he will marry a woman through whom he will prosper and have children. If one sees himself tied-up inside his own house in a dream, it means that he will profit and witness blessings that will show in his household members. If one who is experiencing difficulties in his life sees himself tied-up to a chair or to a wall in a dream, it means that his problems and fears will be dispelled. If one sees himself building a prison in a dream, it means that he will meet a righteous man, or an Imam who will guide him on the straight path. A prison in a dream also represents paralysis, arrogance, self-deception, or incarcerating troublesome people. If one sees a deceased person in jail in a dream, it means that he is in hell. If one sees himself imprisoned in a dream, it also means that he may enter a forbidden place, a house of a prostitution, or a tavern. (Also see Cage; Imam; Mental hospital)

King Dream Explanation — Kings, sultans, caliphs, rulers, and various chiefs are dealt with here as synonyms. It is noteworthy that the ancient Arabs identified the sultan, in their dreams, sometimes with God and sometimes with the imam or spiritual leader. The king symbolizes victory and extravaganza. He is also represented by a lion and vice versa. The Sultan, or Supreme Authority, in the dream, is none else but God Almighty. To see him happy means that God is pleased. To see him in a bad mood means that the dreamer lacks religious faith or is improvising in his way of praying inasmuch as the king looked unhappy. According to the temerarious Ibn Shaheen:
• A sultan in a house or having entered a mosque, a country, or a village means a great tragedy will befall the people of those places, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran that reads: “She said: Kings, when they enter a country despoil it and make the noblest of its people its meanest. Thus do they behave.”  (“Al-Naml” [The Ants], verse 34.)
• Being angry and parting from the sultan or vice versa means things will go the way the dreamer wants.
• The sultan cutting the right hand will make the dreamer swear, or he will succeed the sultan.
• The sultan being removed or expropriated means he will go to prison.
• The sultan falling from a high place or being kicked by an animal or his cadaris, cowl, or cap or his sword being taken from him, or his head being shaved means he will either be removed or taken prisoner.
• Seeing a sultan in an unknown place means the dreamer’s whims and passions will override him.
• The sultan rising to a summit means the end of his rule. For other interpreters:
• A person eligible to rule seeing himself as the heir to the throne refers to dignity and honour.
• Dreaming of having become the caliph or the imam  (the Muslims  spiritual leader) augurs very high promotion in life or the dreamer will become as such, but the dreamer’s children will not succeed him in that position if they are unjust. In case the dreamer is not eligible for such an honour, the dream means humiliation, dispersion, and catastrophe. His onetime subordinates will become his chiefs, and his enemies will laugh at him and despise him for what has befallen him.
• Dreaming of having become a king or a sultan predicts successful endeavours in life, but bad religion. If the dreamer is not eligible for such a high honour or is ill, it means quick death, for no human being has any “sultan,” or authority, over the dead. Likewise, a king has no sultan. If the dreamer is not ill, then he will part from all his relatives or all of them will perish. If he is nasty and wicked, he will be arrested and chained. The same dream could mean that hidden matters will come out in the open.
• Dreaming that God has made you a sultan in this world, if you are eligible, means you will actually become a ruler or a chief of some kind. Otherwise, a great intrigue or a battle will take place in which the bloody ones will perish and which the scholars and faithful worshipers will survive.
• A philosopher or scholar dreaming of having become a king is good, unless he sought someone’s assistance or saw himself reduced in any way.
• A slave dreaming of having become a king will be freed.
• Dreaming that you have become the head of a Muslim group, the patriarch of a family, or the regent means pains, sorrow, and plenty of worries and losses, especially insofar as health is concerned.
• A man dreaming of finding himself in any of the positions that are suitable for women and not for his sex, according to his culture, will die.
• A woman dreaming of having become a priestess or any kind of leader will die.
• Dreaming of having become Chosroe  (a Persian king) means one will become a great king, extremely wealthy.
• The sultan entering an undesirable home, shop, or village means a great tragedy will befall the inhabitants.
• The king’s gate having been displaced or transferred means one of the king’s associates will no longer stay under his authority. Or the king will marry another woman.
• Killing the caliph means the dreamer is after something great and will obtain it.
• The sultan making reproaches to the dreamer in kind words and with wisdom means relations will be good between the dreamer and his ruler.
• Breaking with a just sultan after using good and wise arguments means pending matters will be processed to the dreamer’s satisfaction.
• Avoiding arguing with or contradicting the sultan means the dreamer is adopting the sultan’s style in matters that are in his hands and shares the same reputation.
• Having friction with the sultan or interfering with him means the dreamer will disobey the sultan and he will turn down any eventual plea from him.
• Seeing oneself riding on some beast as the sultan’s opposite number means the dreamer is following in that ruler’s footsteps and will help him carry on his mission in his lifetime or succeed him in that mission after his death.
• Eating with the sultan augers honours and glory as much as you have eaten.
• Entering the sultan’s house means the dreamer will look after the sultan’s women’s affairs and will have a greater share in life inasmuch as he penetrated the house. The way he entered should also be taken into account.
• Entering the sultan’s house while bending, paradoxically, means the dreamer will become a chief or be granted a leading position or an amnesty.
• Entering where the sultan’s women are, going to their beds with them, or making love to them means bounty and wisdom and intimacy with the sultan, if good signs are seen in the dream. Otherwise, it means that the dreamer will backbite the sultan’s women or really commit a sin with them.
• Laying one’s back against the sultan’s door means the dreamer will triumph over enemies and no one will be able to harm him.
• The sultan giving the dreamer something from the wealth of this world means glory and pride commensurate with the gift or its substance.
• Being given a pure silk cloth by the sultan means the dreamer will be offered a slave girl or marry a woman connected with the sultan.
• The sultan having appointed the dreamer as his deputy from the confines of the Islamic world means promotion, dignity, and good repute inasmuch as the distance was great.
• The sultan talking to the dreamer denotes:  (1) Honour and promotion.  (2) The sultan will really talk to the dreamer, if eligible for such a high privilege.  (3) Fame and prosperity.  (4) If poor, the dreamer will no longer be needy or will get rich.  (5) If the dreamer is a merchant, trade will flourish.  (6) If the dreamer is a party to a dispute, he will win the case.  (7) If a prisoner, the dreamer will be freed.
• A ruler dreaming that his time has come will be deposed.
• A ruler dreaming of looking at himself in the mirror will be deposed, especially if he sees another ruler in his place, unless his wife is expecting. Then she would give birth to a male child.
• A ruler dreaming that he has divorced his wife will be deposed.
• If one dreams of sharing the sultan’s bed without any barrier, the significance of the dream depends on who left the bed first. If it was the sultan, while the hero of the dream remained asleep, he will socialize and mix with the sultan to such an extent as to arouse people’s jealousy. More, the dreamer will financially benefit from the sultan, even after the latter’s death. If it was he who left the bed before the sultan, the dreamer will escape the dangers he threw himself in and reap some benefit.
• Sleeping in the sultan’s bed, which seems familiar, means the dreamer will acquire money from the sultan, a woman, a girl, or a slave girl, which the dreamer will spend on another woman or girl  (slave or not) inasmuch as the bedding looked beautiful.
• Sleeping in the sultan’s unfamiliar bedding means the sultan will let the dreamer share his rule and authority and will give him a province to govern inasmuch as the bedding looked large and luxurious.
• Dreaming that the sultan is walking means he is concealing a secret, but the enemy knows it already.
• The sultan dreaming that his subjects are praising him means people will hail him and talk about him more and more; he will show his philanthropy and will triumph over his enemy.
• The sultan dreaming that his subjects are throwing dinars  (gold coins) on him means they will convey some bad news to him.
• The sultan dreaming that his subjects are throwing dirham's  (silver coins) on him means they will tell him good things.
• The sultan dreaming that his subjects are throwing sugar on him means they will tell him some nice words.
• The sultan dreaming that his subjects are hurling stones at him means they will tell him some harsh words.
• The sultan dreaming that his subjects are throwing arrows at him means he will act as a tyrant and commit injustice, as a result of which they will curse him every night.
• The sultan being hit by a dart means he will be punished.
• The sultan slitting the throats of his subjects and slaughtering their sheep means he will be at loggerheads with notables or popular leaders and vanquish them.
• The sultan throwing his subjects in the fire means he is inviting them to atheism and heresy.
• The sultan having two horns means he will become king of the East and the West  (by allusion to a story related in the Holy Quran: “Suratul Kahf’ [The Cave], verse 83), and establish the rule of justice and conquer many countries.37
• The sultan flying on a tame eagle means he will become king of the East and the West, then be overthrown.
• The sultan dreaming that the people are falling in prostration before him means they will be humble in front of him.
• The sultan dreaming that people are praying over him means they are commending him.
• The sultan dreaming that he is acting according to the views of his wife means he will face deep troubles, lose his throne, and go to jail. The reverse is also true.
• The sultan dreaming that he is having a fight to the finish with a king, means the victor will triumph in real life.
• The sultan dreaming that he has fought and killed a lion means he will vanquish a dastardly and bloody king.
• The sultan dreaming that he is riding on a fully equipped war horse means he will rule over an additional province.
• A sultan dreaming that a commoner intercepted him and whispered in his ear means sudden death.
• A king dreaming that a servant is providing him with food and water, without seeing a table, will obtain a realm that he never envisaged, unopposed.
• A king dreaming of being fed by a lad means his enemies, while avoiding him, are submitting to his authority and unlikely to harm him.
• A king being served a fatty meal by a girl will add a new dominion to his realm, be happy, and live long.
• A lad giving the sultan a mouthful of food means the sultan will receive a blow from his enemy. If he swallows it, he will be safe from the machinations of his foes. If he is choked with a bitter mouthful of food, he will die.
• The king seeing himself preparing and decorating a table will face the stubbornness of arrogant people, but after consultations, his views will prevail and he will triumph.
• The king laying food on the table will receive a mediator in a dispute. If the food is sweet, it means joy. If it is fatty, it means that the feud will continue. If the sweets are lifted up to be replaced by sour and fatty food, it means welfare and stability. The absence of fatty food would mean the absence of stability. If a long time is consumed in spreading the food on the table and removing it, the dispute will be prolonged.
• Sharing the meal of a just sultan means honour and benefit in livelihood and religious faith, with sorrow to be experienced in trying to raise high the banner of God.
• A sultan dreaming that he has voluntarily relinquished his power will do something that he will regret.
• A sultan dreaming that someone else has withdrawn his powers means weakness and humiliation.
• Dreaming of being a sultan walking around in the markets and mixing with the crowd denotes modesty and more power. The reverse is also true.
• Seeing the sultan praying without ablutions or in an impure place, such as a garbage dump, a grave, or a graveyard, denotes running after the obsolete or a hollow matter.
• A sultan dreaming that he is ill indicates weak religious faith, tyranny vis-a-vis his subjects, and neglect of his own health during that year.
• The sultan dreaming that he has died but seeing nothing of the usual mortuary features will lose a dominion that year, part of his house will be destroyed, or he will face a dilemma and his power will wane.
• The sultan borne on men’s necks means power coupled with decaying religious faith.
• The sultan having died but not been buried indicates corruption and weakening religious faith on his part and within the public, which can still be redressed as long as he has not yet been buried and the sand levelled above him. Otherwise, if he was buried and the people left the site, it would be a hopeless case, unless God decided to re-establish righteousness and good norms.
• Every dream involving a departed king relates to his achievements and what he planned for the future, his successors, and the memory of how he used to deal with his subjects, the members of his family, or folk under his reign.