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Kaaba Cover dream interpretations
 

Cover Dream Explanation — (See Blanket; Envelope; Irreligious; Shade; Wrapping)



Head cover Dream Explanation — (Headdress; Scarf) If a religious Muslim woman sees herself without a head cover or Hijab in a dream, it means that her husband has left her with the intention not to return to her again. If she is not married, it means that she may never marry.




A Bow in its Cover Dream Explanation — His wife is pregnant with a male issue in her stomach.



Bed cover Dream Explanation — (See Blanket)



Holy Kabah Dream Explanation — (See Kabah; Mecca)



Scarf Dream Explanation — (See Head cover)



Blanket Dream Explanation — (Bed cover; Cover; Lioncloth; Mexican blanket; Overlay; Overspread) In a dream, a blanket represents a woman. If one sees himself wearing a blanket over a wrapper, or a lioncloth in a dream, it means marriage. If he sees a blanket made of pearls in a dream, it means that his wife is a pious woman. Wrapping oneself with a blanket in a dream means marriage, comfort, peace, tranquillity and strength. Wrapping oneself with a red blanket in a dream means a fight because of a woman. If a blanket is stolen or burned or taken away from someone in his dream, it means divorce or death of his wife.



Cornerstone Dream Explanation — (Pillar) A cornerstone in a dream represents one's wife or it could mean money. (Also see Black stone; Kabah)



Tawaaf of the Kabah Dream Explanation — If a person sees himself performing the tawaaf of the Kabah or discharging the rites or manaasik of Haji) then this is an allusion towards the correctness and authenticity of the Deen he professes.



Pilgrimage rituals Dream Explanation — (See Arafat; Circumambulation; Cradle of Ismail; Kabah; Mina; Muzdalifa; Pelting stones; Responding; Sai; Station of Abraham; Umrah)



Rituals of the pilgrimage Dream Explanation — (See Arafat; Circumambulation; Cradle of Ismail; Kabah; Mina; Muzdalifa; Pelting stones; Responding; Sai; Station of Abraham; Umrah)



Placing the Kabah Behind One's Back Dream Explanation — if a person sees himself placing the Kabah behind his back or performing salaah on top of the Kabah, it is a sign that he has abandoned Islam.



Pillars Dream Explanation — (Corner stone; House) In a dream, a pillar represents one's wife and money. (Also see Black stone; Kabah)



Allah's House Dream Explanation — (See Entering Paradise; Kabah; Masjid; Mosque)



Viewing the Kabah Dream Explanation — The mere viewing of the Kabah, in one's dream means that the observer of the dream will enjoy lasting dignity, exaltedness and victory. Fort, the Kabah is an object of desire for all who have hope.



Hole Dream Explanation — (Deception; Plot; Profits; Fall) Digging a hole, a water well, or an irrigation and planning to water the plants with them in a dream means attending one's needs and serving the interests of his family. Eating from the dirt one piles from digging in his dream represents a swagger, or someone who acquires money through deception. Seeing oneself inside a hole in a dream also means divorce. To see oneself outside of such a hole looking at it in a dream means having an argument with one's spouse that will end in reconciliation. If a sick person or a prisoner sees himself coming out of a hole in a dream, it means that he will become free from his trials. Falling into a hole and crying for help to no avail in a dream means taking a short trip. A hole in a dream also represents a poor woman who strives to cover others pitfalls, though she cannot veil her own. Hiding inside a hole in a dream also means appeasement of one's fears, or ending of one's adversities. If while hiding, one finds food, or fresh water, or a cloth to cover himself in the dream, it means profiting from sources one does not anticipate, or making peace with an opponent. To put a hole in one's shoe in a dream means facing trouble and adversities. (Also see Den; Mouse hole; Tunnel)



Incident Dream Explanation — A man once came to Saeed Ibn Musayyib (RA) and said : “ I have seen ( in my dream) that I am performing Salaah on top of the Kabah”. He replied: “Fear Allah! For it seems to me you have forsaken Islam”. The man said : “Your Excellency! I hereby offer my repentance in your presence for I have been advocating the beliefs of the Qadriyyah sect since two months.



Seeing the Kabah in Any Place Other than in Makkah Dream Explanation — At times, the Kabah also stands for peace and harmony. Therefore, if the Kabah is seen in a place other than Makkah, it suggests that the people of that town or village will enjoy peace and harmony.



Mina Dream Explanation — (Pilgrims camp; Pilgrimage) Seeing oneself in Mina in a dream means fulfilling one's wishes in this world and in the next, and it could mean dispelling all fears. (Also see Arafat; Circumambulation; Cradle of Ismail; Kabah; Muzdalifa; Pelting stones; Pilgrimage; Responding; Station of Abraham; Umrah)



Wrapping Dream Explanation — (Cloth; Cover) Wearing a wrapping around one's waist in a dream represents a husband and a wife who live together without sexual relationship. A wrapping in a dream also may represent a dullish or a simple-minded child. (Also see Wrap up; Wrap)



 
 

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