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Sun Rising West Setting East dream interpretations
 

Salaah Towards East or West Dream Explanation — If a person sees himself performing Salaah, facing east (When qiblah is not in that direction ) it means that he will advocate the beliefs of the Qadriyyah set. (a sect who believes in the freedom of will). If he performs Salaah facing west (When Qiblah is not in that direction) it means he will advocate the beliefs of the Jabriyyahn i.e. The sect of the fatalists, believing that man has no power of will: he is involuntarily forced by Allah to do good or bad).



Setting out Dream Explanation — (Preach; Prescribe) Setting out to command what is good and to forbid what is evil in a dream means benefiting others and comforting them. If a sick person sees himself standing up to defend proper moral values, to explain what is true and to refute what is false in a dream, it means that he will enjoy a quick recovery from his illness. If one sees someone's infant setting out to walk in a dream, it means that it will take him a longer time to walk.




Rising-up Dream Explanation — (See Awakening)



Rising Dream Explanation — (See Ascending in the skies)



Rising of the dead Dream Explanation — (Resurrection) Seeing the rising of all the dead on the Day of Judgment in a dream represents people attending to their daily business and seeking profits where some will win while others will lose. (Also see Resurrection)



Rising in station Dream Explanation — (Rank; Status) In a dream, rising in station means falling in people's esteem. Love to preside over others in a dream means the reversal of one's conditions for the worst. If one sees himself in a dream working hard at winning a leadership position, and if he wins an election in the dream, it means that he will grow in arrogance, then suffer from humiliation. Turning down an offer for a high ranking position or an elevated station in a dream means earning respect, honor, status and happiness. (Also see Army's flag; Rank)



Rising prices Dream Explanation — (See Bread)



Sun Dream Explanation — (King; The Fourth heaven; Planet) In a dream, the sun represents a great king, the vice-regent, a father, a prince, a commander, gold, or a beautiful woman. If one sees himself turned into a sun in a dream, it means that he may receive a dominion that will stretch as far as the radiance one sees in his dream. If one sees himself holding the sun in a dream, it means that he will gain strength and wealth that will come about through someone in the government. If one receives the sun hanging as a necklace in a dream, it means that he will win a seat in the senate. If he goes near the sun or sits inside it in a dream, it means that he will acquire power, wealth and support. Should he qualify, the stretch of his power will extend between the two horizons he sees in his dream, or it may mean that he will acquire a knowledge coupled with fame. If one sees that he owns the sun in a dream, it means that his words will be respected and listened to by someone in authority. If someone in authority sees the sun looking clear and brilliant in the dream, it means that his authority will grow, or that he will assist someone in leadership. Otherwise, it means that he will live happily and acquire lawful wealth. If a woman sees such a dream, it means that she will enjoy her marriage and receive what pleases her from her husband. If the sun rises inside one's house in a dream, it means that he will receive an important political appointment, or that he should be careful about his association with someone in authority, or it may mean marriage. If the sun rises inside one's house and lights the entire house in the dream, it means that he will receive honor, dignity, rank and fame. If a woman sees the sun rising inside her house in a dream, it means that she will marry a wealthy person, and that her horizon will expand. The radiance of the sun in a dream means reverence, might and justice of the ruler of that land. If one sees the sun talking to him in a dream, it means that he will be honored and commended by the governor. If one sees the sun or the moon talking to him, and if he then strolls away with them in the dream, it represents his death. If one sees the sun rising from an unusual direction in a dream, it represents a beneficial knowledge he will acquire. If the sun shines over one's head and not the rest of his body in a dream, it means that he will receive a prominent responsibility. If its rays rise to shine over his feet and not the rest of his body in the dream, it means a farming project that brings him prosperity and lawful earnings. If the sun discretely shines over one's belly and without people's noticing it in the dream, it means that he will be struck with leprosy. If it shines over his chest and not the balance of his body in the dream, it means a sickness. If a woman sees that the sun has embraced her from her neck down in a dream, it means that she will marry a person in authority and for one night only. Should such a person divorce her the next morning, it means that she may become a prostitute. If the sun rises from one's open belly in a dream, it means his death. If one sees the sun setting and himself walking behind it, it also means death. If one sees himself walking behind the sun in a dream, it means that he will be captured and imprisoned. If one sees the sun turned into an old man in a dream, it means that the governor will become a pious and Allah-fearing person. Otherwise, if the sun turns into a young man in the dream, it represents his weakness. If one sees blazes of fire straying away from the sun in a dream, it means the impeachment of some members of the governor's cabinet or someone from his counsel. If one sees the sun turned red in a dream, it means corruption. If it turns yellow in the dream, it means an illness. If it turns black in the dream, it means losses. If one seeks the sun after it sets in a dream, it means that whatever is destined for him whether it be good or bad has passed. If one sees the sun rising at times different than its usual sun rising time in a dream, it means that an uprising against the government will take place in different parts of the country. If one sees himself with the sun in a dream and should he be working in the government, or the army, it means that he will betray his superior, or the ruler of that land. Otherwise, it means that his condition will deteriorate and life will turn against him. If the sun has no rays in the dream, it means that the governor or the general of the army will lose respect. If he is an administrator, it means that he will be dismissed from his function. If he is a subject or an employee it means that he will lose his source of income. If a woman sees a sun that has no rays in a dream, it means that her husband will deprive her of her needs. If one sees the sun split in two in a dream, it means losing one's dominion. If one sees the sun falling down in a dream, it means that a major calamity will befall the inhabitants of the earth. If it falls over the earth in the dream, it means the death of one's father. Gazing at the sun in a dream means gaining authority and dominion, or presiding over the people of one's locality. If a traveller sees the sun too bright in a dream, it means that he will return home safely. If one sees the sun rising from the East and setting in the West with a clear brightness in a dream, it means blessings for that land. If one swallows the sun in a dream, it means distress, sorrow or death. If the sun rises from the West, then it means defamation, exposing the ills of the person seeing it, or divulging a secret. The rising of the sun from the West also means recovering from an illness, and for a businessman, it means profits from that direction, but in general, it may mean revealing a secret, or it could mean a scandal or death. The same interpretation is given if one sees the sun rising from the South to set in the North. If the sun changes its nature in a dream, it means trouble in that land. If one sits under the sun in a dream, it means that he will receive honor and blessed profits. Grabbing some rays of the sun in a dream means receiving undiminishing wealth. The sunrise in a dream also means waking people up to go to work, seeking one's livelihood, begetting a son, or releasing a prisoner. If one is hiding something, then seeing the sun in his dream means that his secret will be exposed. If one sees the rays of the sun falling over his bed or threatening him in a dream, it means a painful sickness, or inflammation of the skin. If the sun rays which are falling over his bed provide him with good energy in the dream, it means a good harvest, or good health. If travellers see many suns in the sky in a dream, it means profits and prosperity. Running away from the sun in a dream means that one may leave his wife, or he may run away from the governor of that land, or escape from an evil. If the sun and the moon meet in one's dream, it means a royal marriage, or a marriage between a beautiful woman and a wealthy man. Clouds covering the rays of the sun in a dream means an illness. If one carries the sun in a bag in a dream, it means money. The sun in a dream also could represent a wise man, or a teacher one whose company is sought. Otherwise, the sun in a dream could represent, the governor, one's husband, wife, child, mother, daughter, aunt, father, or grandfather and the above interpretations will relate to such a person. Whatever happens to the sun in the dream, will then affect such people. If one sees the sun rising, then immediately setting in the same direction in a dream, it means a newborn who may die shortly after his birth, returning an ex-prisoner to jail shortly after his release, earning amazing amounts of money, or repenting from sin, reverting to wrongdoing, the return of a bride to her parent's house immediately after her wedding night, or it could mean reconciliation between husband and wife. If one sees the sun and the moon shinning on him in a dream, it means that his parents are pleased with him. If one sees himself prostrating to the sun or the moon in a dream, it means that he will commit an awful sin, or a heinous crime. In a dream, the sun also represents one's livelihood, earnings, spiritual guidance, following the truth, new garments, or recovering from a serious illness. Seeing many suns in the sky in a dream means the spread of religious innovations. If the brightness of the sun grows beyond normal to become unbearable in the dream, it means adversities. Eating up the sun in a dream means benefiting from its services and prospering from its rays, or that one may become a man of knowledge, a scholar, an astrologer, or a Fortuneteller. If the rays of the sun cause burns to someone in a dream, it means that he will fall in love with a beautiful face, or perhaps he will be hurt by someone he adores, or it could mean loss of spiritual direction, or it could be a severe warning about a woman he loves. If a woman sees herself carrying the sun in a dream, it means that she will find a husband, or bear a son. If one sees the sun talking to him in a dream, it means that he will discover a mystery or acquire knowledge about spirits, or he could become a translator, an analyst, or a consultant. Seeing the sun, the moon and the stars together in a dream denotes adversities, jealousy on the part of one's own family, or they could denote fear. If the rays of the sun burns the crop in a dream, it means a devastation and a plague or rising prices. (Also see Eclipse; Heavens)



Sun Dream Explanation — The sun symbolizes the Greatest King  (God), as it is the brightest thing in the sky and it benefits mankind and, in Arabic, sky and heavens are homonyms. It also represents activity, as people wake up when it rises. Likewise it heralds the birth of male children. Any alteration in it is a harbinger of intrigue and plights. Seen by the dreamer alone, it could refer to his king, his lord, his teacher, his son, or his gold. In case the dreamer is a woman, it could allude to her husband. The sun also represents the father as it gives it light to the moon, like the father sponsors his son. However, very significant for the ancient Arabs was the fact that, in their language, sun was feminine and moon was masculine. Thus the former was more often interpreted as the mother. Likewise, it could mean an honest and noble grandmother, mother, wife, mother-in-law, or daughter of a king or a head of state or of the dreamer himself, as was the case with the Prophet Yusuf  (Joseph). In other interpretations, it simply refers to a beautiful woman in view of the fact that Arab poets likened pretty women to the sun. The sunlight is the awe and justice of the king. A nice dream would be to see the sun exactly as it is—as it looks and behaves—in reality.
• Being addressed by the sun  (or the moon): The dreamer will be dignified by the ruler.
• The sun talking to the dreamer in a comprehensible manner:  (1) He will be acquainted with the science of invoking jinn.  (2) He will correspond with great personalities.  (3) He will become a translator or an interpreter.
• The sun or the moon talking to the dreamer, who then obeys: He will pass away.
• The sun falling: The values of this world will be in jeopardy, or something terrible will happen to the dreamer’s parents. If it falls on the ground, the dreamer’s father will die.
• The sun falling to the ground and being swallowed by a bird, falling in the sea, burning till it is completely consumed, blackening, changing course, and disappearing in the sky or dissolving in the Ursa Major  (Great Bear) or Ursa Minor  (Small Bear): The person it alludes to will die.
• The sun becoming floppy or falling apart: Quick harm will befall everybody, except those whose work involves secrecy.  (1) The dreamer will go blind.  (2) The dreamer’s children will die.
• The sun shining on one’s country: The dreamer will return home safe and sound.
• The sun being covered by a cloth or by clouds or smoke, which causes its light to dim or the sun moving hectically in the sky: The person it symbolizes will have an accident, be ill, receive some disturbing news, or experience worries and trouble. If already ill, he will die.
• The sun getting dark without there being an eclipse or for any other reason: The person it represents is unjust. He could also be a tyrant or an atheist. In any case, he is lost.
• Holding the sun or placing it on one’s knees or seeing it enter one’s house and admiring its brightness:  (1) The dreamer will have more dignity and strength or a wider realm, if eligible.  (2) The master of the house will return, if absent.  (3) The dreamer’s pregnant woman will deliver a good-looking boy or girl, depending on other signs in the dream. For instance, if the dreamer had covered the baby with his Arab dress or put it in a container to shelter it, it would be a girl.
• The sun looking dark or colourless:  (1) The dreamer will turn against his king, superior, or folk.  (2) Influence will wane.  (3) A worker will rebel.  (4) A sick relative or acquaintance will die.  (5) A pregnant woman will have a miscarriage or give birth to a son.
• The sun rising in the west, setting, then returning to where it had risen from: (1) The dreamer’s plans or planned attitude will change for the better or for the worse, depending on other signs in the dream. (2) A sick person the sun alludes to will have a relapse or will die, in view of the disappearance of the shadow often used as a metaphor for the human being. Witness the Quranic verses: “Hast thou not seen how thy Lord hath spread the shade—And if He willed He could have made it still—then We have made the sun its pilot; then We withdraw it unto Us, a gradual withdrawal?”  (“Al-Furqan” [The Criterion], verses 45–46.) (3) If ill, the dreamer will recover and become healthy. If suffering from some ailment in the eye, he will not lose his eyesight. (4) The dreamer’s secret will be unveiled, and he will become notorious. (5) Good augury for someone planning to travel west. (6) A stillbirth. (7) The dreamer will return to jail. (8) An absent one will return with money from abroad. (9) An atheist who has embraced Islam or a tyrant who has repented will return to his prior state.  (10) Secrecy will be preserved  (thanks to the darkness that follows the sunset).  (11) A bride, slave or servant, will return to where she came from.  (12) Divorce will be cancelled; wife or husband will return.  (13) Miscarriage.  (14) If engaged in Jihad  (holy struggle) or at war, victory will be on the dreamer’s side.  (15) If poor, the dreamer would get clothes and money till becoming rich, if the dream occurred in winter. The same dream in summer means troubles, worries, a feverish disease, or an ailment in the eye.  (16) Death is near.  (17) The dreamer will embrace faith by force.
• The sun rising from the earth and getting very bright as usual:  (1) Recovery from a disease.  (2) Return of an absent one, healthy and wealthy.
• The sun rising from the south and heading north, appearing dark or looking blood red: Bad omen for everybody.  (It would be a good augury only for someone who is trying to conceal something.) It could mean:  (1) Unemployment.  (2) Sickness of the dreamer’s children.  (3) Hardships.  (4) Eye disease.
• A bright sun rising in a clear sky:  (1) If the dreamer is a ruler or a governor, he will gain strength.  (2) If the dreamer is a prince, he will be blessed by God.  (3) If the dreamer is a commoner, he will receive legitimate benefits.  (4) If the dreamer is a woman, she will be spoiled by her husband.
• The sun rising in the dreamer’s house:  (1) If the dreamer is a merchant, he will make business profits.  (2) If the dreamer is a suitor, he will obtain the favours of a beautiful woman or will marry a relative and become prosperous.  (3) If the dreamer is a woman, she will get married to a rich and generous man.  (4) Beware of someone you esteem.
• The sun rising in somebody else’s house: The dreamer will marry an alien woman and benefit from her folk.
• The sun rising on the dreamer’s head: The dreamer will obtain something big and almost everything else he aspires to in this life.
• The sun rising on one’s feet: The dreamer will achieve hefty and honest gains from agriculture.
• The sun rising on the dreamer’s stomach or any other part of his body, under his clothes, without anybody knowing about it or noticing it: The dreamer will contract leprosy.
• The stomach splitting open and the sun rising in it: The subject will die.
• A woman dreaming that the sun has slipped from her pocket  (which is a metaphor of her capacity) unto her body and gone out from the tail of her dress: The dreamer will marry a king who will stay with her for one night. If he divorces her afterwards, she will become an adulteress.
• The sun rising on a woman’s vagina: She will commit adultery.
• The sun rising from the aperture of the penis: The dreamer will be blessed with a male child who will become a king or a minister.
• Sitting in the sun: Prosperity and blessings from Heaven.
• A dead person sitting on the sun in summer: A hint of the suffering and sorrow he is enduring.
• Turning into a sun: The dreamer will have a realm as great as the sunshine.
• Seizing a sun hanging on a chain: The dreamer will become a just governor.
• Sitting on the sun and taking medication: The dreamer will be blessed by the ruler.
• The sunlight spreading from east to west: The dreamer will own as much land as the area covered, or control it, if eligible.
• Dreaming that the sun rays and light are beamed from east to west:  (1) The dreamer will have a great realm, if eligible.  (2) The dreamer will be renowned for his knowledge all over the world.
• Seizing or controlling the sun: Prayers will be heard by the Almighty, the King of Kings.
• Being burnt by the sun:  (1) The dreamer will die for the love of a beautiful face.  (2) Whoever the sun refers to will have a calamity.  (3) Corrupt religious faith.  (4) The dreamer is making a vow to God in connection with a sin. For a lady, she will be blessed with a good-looking husband or a child, if pregnant.
• The sun disappearing completely and the dreamer tailing it: He will die. Following the sun, which does not set: The dreamer will be taken captive with the king.
• The sun turning into a man in his forties: The ruler will become humble before God and reign with justice, thus gaining power and improving the Muslims  lot.
• The sun turning into a young man: The Muslims will become weak and their ruler a tyrant.
• Fire coming out of the sun and burning what is around it: The king will destroy some members of his court or entourage.
• The sun turning red: Corruption.
• The sun turning yellow: The king will be ill.
• The sun turning black: The dreamer will be defeated and plagued.
• The sun withering away: A reference to the dreamer’s aspirations.
• The sun lying on the ground without shining: The king will be deposed.
• Fighting the sun: The dreamer will rebel against the king.
• Seizing the sunlight: God will reveal a treasure to the dreamer or will bestow upon him tremendous riches.
Sun rays getting weaker: The king’s awe will decline.
• The sun splitting in two, half of it going and the other half remaining: Someone will rebel against the king. If the other had gone, too, and mixed with the part already gone to make a new, complete sun, the dissident or renegade would take over the entire country. The reverse is also true. But if the two halves remain apart, the renegade will control half the king’s realm, thus becoming his opposite number.
• Swallowing the sun: The dreamer will have a life full of troubles and worries.
• A king dreaming that he has swallowed the sun: He will die.
• The sun setting in the dreamer’s bedding: He will have a high fever or an infection in the body, unless some benefits are perceived in the dream, in which case this means that the dreamer will have abundant means.
• The sun taking or giving something to the dreamer: Bad omen.
• Running away from the heat of the sun to take shelter in a shadow: The dreamer will escape sorrow.
• Finding the shadow too cold and moving to sit in the sun: Poverty will go  (because, says Ibn Siren, cold is poverty).
• Taking hold of the sun or controlling it while it is intensely dark: The king will confide a secret to the dreamer.
• The sun, the moon, and the stars all assembled, shining and emitting rays in a place under the dreamer’s control: Kings, ministers, and chiefs will lend an ear to the dreamer and endorse his views. If, on the contrary, they were neither shining nor emitting rays, that is a bad omen. The sun and the moon rising before the dreamer: His parents are contented with him. If the sun and moon are shining, the parents are unhappy with him.
• Seeing a sun and a moon on the right, on the left, right in front, or behind one: Worries, fears, calamities, and defeat, which will compel the dreamer to flee in view of the Quranic verses: “And sun and moon are united. On that day man will cry: Wither to flee!”  (“Al-Qiyamah” or [The Resurrection], verses 9–10.)
• The sun, the moon, and the stars becoming black, troubled, or agitated: Livelihood will take a bad turn.
• A solar eclipse: Something will happen to the king.
• A cloud enshrouding the sun and blocking its light: The king will be ill.
• A cloud enshrouding the sun and blocking its light, then moving away: A scholar will experience some worries, which will ultimately disappear.
• The sun remaining still behind the clouds: The king will die.
• The sun rays staying away from the dreamer:  (1) The dreamer will be disregarded by his superior.  (2) The dreamer will be overthrown.  (3) The dreamer will lose his means of living.  (4) If a woman, she will be wedded to a man who will fail to support her.
• The sun burning crops and parks or its heat hurting people:  (1) Diseases and epidemics.  (2) Tyranny and injustice.  (3) Plagues.  (4) Higher food prices.
• Prostrating oneself before the sun  (or the moon): The dreamer will commit a great sin or a crime.



The Sun Dream Explanation — It represents kingdom and at times, one of both parents.



Holding the Sun Dream Explanation — Holding or grasping the sum and having fullcontrol over it means that the observer of the dream will acquire dominion (or Land) in proportion to the amount he grasps provided the sum is clearly visible and its rays are crystal clear. If the light and rays of the sun are seen shining on someone the interpretation is the same as above.



Clouds Enshrouding the Sun Dream Explanation — If the sun is seen covered or shrouded by clouds or any thing else, this is an omen that the observer of such a dream will either fall ill or he will become perturbed due to some calamity befalling estate or one of his parents.



Quarrelling or Disputing with the Sun Dream Explanation — Quarrelling and fighting with the sun suggests that the observer will enter into disputes regarding his domain (or properties) or he will enter into a dispute with one of his parents.



Sun-dried bricks Dream Explanation — (See Adobe)



Narration Dream Explanation — A person revealed to Imaam Jafar As-Saadiq (RA) his dream: “ I saw the sun rising from my body”. The Imaam Interpreted the dream thus: “You shall be given abundant wealth and treasures by the king orruler and they will also confer honour upon you”. Another person revealed his dream to the Imaam saying: “I saw the sun rising upon my feet and not any other part of my body”. The Imaam interpreted this dream thus: “ Wherever you travel, you shall receive from the king or governor. Wheat, dates and the produce of the land as your livelihood. All these will prove to be most beneficial and profitable for you.”



Sunrise in the House Dream Explanation — If a person sees the sun rising in his house it is a tiding that he willsoon marry if he is a bachelor. Otherwise the kings and rulers will confer great honour upon him.



Horn Dream Explanation — (Distinguished) In a dream, a horn means strength and invincibility. Having a horn in a dream means conquering one's enemy. If one sees a ruler having two horns in a dream, it means that such a ruler will control interests throughout the East and the West. A horn in a dream also represents a relative from whom one can draw benefits. If one grows two animal horns in a dream, it means that he will die from grief and coercion. A horn in a dream also represents a century, years, weapons, money, children, or the reason behind one's pride or his distinguished look. (Also see Trumpet)



Eclipse Dream Explanation — (Lunar eclipse; Solar eclipse) Seeing a solar eclipse in a dream means that a calamity will befall the leader of a country, while a lunar eclipse represents a calamity that will befall the prime minister. It is also said that a solar eclipse in a dream signifies the death of one's wife or his mother. If a cloud covers the light of the sun in a dream, it means that a sickness will befall the leader of the country or the governor of the land. If one sees the sun moving above the clouds but cannot come from under it in a dream, it means his death. The sun in a dream also may represent a great scholar. A cloud covering the sunlight in a dream means the fall of an unjust ruler. (Also see Moon; Sun)



Trap Dream Explanation — (Hunter's snare; Hunting trap; Net; Snare) In a dream, a trap means deception, duplicity and fraud. If one falls victim to a hunting trap in a dream, it means that he will be victimized. If one sets a trap and catches an animal or a bird with it in the dream, it means that he earns his money through deception and fraud. In a dream, a trap also represents a man who fosters little moral standards, or one who does not prescribe to any religious code of conduct, and who is smart but deceitful. Setting a trap or a net to catch a bird in a dream means setting a trap to bring a powerful person to his knees. If a woman sees herself setting a trap in a dream, it means that she desires to bear a child from her husband, though if she does get pregnant, she may have a miscarriage.



Moon Dream Explanation — The moon symbolizes the emperor, the supreme commander, or a person as influential as the former. The stars around it are his soldiers, the Pleiades are his houses or his wives and slave girls. It could also refer to the knowledgeable man, the scholar or all sorts of guides, evidence, references, and indications, for it lights people’s way in the darkness, especially during the last three nights in the Arabic month, which are the darkest. It alludes as well to children, the husband or wife, the master, and the beautiful female, owing to its beauty, particularly when it is full. Likewise, the moon alludes to whatever increases and decreases, because this, in fact, is what happens to it regularly when it starts as a crescent, turns into a full moon, then becomes again like a bracket. The new moon, or crescent, also represents a king, a prince, a commander, a leader, the newborn as it starts appearing from the vagina or as it utters its first cries, the hot bread just coming from the oven, a person reappearing after a long absence, the muath-then, or the one who cries for prayers, as he appears in his minaret, the orator at the podium, et cetera.
• A sick person seeing the moon at the beginning of the  (Islamic) month descending on him or coming to him: Will recover.
• A sick person seeing the moon descending on him or coming to him according to the shape of the moon: The remaining days in the month represent the days, months, or years  (depending on other signs in the dream) left for him to live.
• A crescent descending on a person at the beginning of the month: An absent one will return from a trip.
• The moon descending on a person at the end of the month: Will be estranged or stay abroad.
• The moon seen on the dreamer’s knees or in his hand: Will marry someone as bright as the moonlight.
• The moon rising in the sky: A process has been initiated  (something the dreamer is trying to achieve).
• The moon disappearing: It is too late for whatever the dreamer is asking or striving for.
• A full moon right where it should be, shining in the sky: The prime minister will be good to the people of that place.
• Seeing one’s face reflected in the moon: Will die.
• Hanging to the moon: Will obtain some benefits from the sultan.
• A king seeing the moon having become dark: His subjects will harm him and deny everything good he had done to them.
• The moon becoming the sun: Benefits, money, and prosperity on the part of the wife or the mother.
• Being in perfect agreement with the moon: A reference to travellers, sailors, and astrologers or astronomers.
• Looking to the sky and failing to spot the moon, then looking down to find it in bits and pieces on the ground:  (1) If a chemist or someone working with gold: Will go bankrupt.  (2) If poor: Will have plenty of riches.  (3) If a woman: Her husband will be killed.
• Seeing a crescent: Will triumph over enemies.
• Seeing a crescent during hajj  (pilgrimage) months or days: Will perform hajj, especially if the head was shaved in the dream.
• Crescents assembled in the sky: Will go on hajj.
• A crescent rising from the east or the west and people admiring it on the first or last night of the Islamic month: Great news will come from that direction. If it were gleaming, scintillating, or sparkling, the news would be good. If, on the contrary, it was dark, made of brass or copper or looking like a snake or a scorpion, the news would be bad. The greater its size or its evolution in the sky, the more wide-ranging the news would be.
• Seeing a beautiful and harmonious crescent: Will have a nice baby, be given a province, or achieve business gains, depending on the dreamer’s status.
• The crescent looking red: Wife will have a miscarriage.
• A crescent falling on the ground: Death of a scholar or a son.
• People trying unsuccessfully to get a glimpse of the new moon, which is visible only to the dreamer: The latter will die.



 
 

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