Camel Dream Explanation
Camels symbolize devils in view of a religious belief that they are carrying demons on their humps. They also symbolize death because of their ugly voice and bad temper and because they carry beloved ones far away. Likewise, the camel represents the ignorant and hypocritical individual in view of the Quranic verse: Or deemest thou that most of them hear or understand? They are but as the cattlenay, but they are farther astray! (Al-Furqan [The Criterion], verse 44.) It also alludes to the patient, enduring person or the ship (because camels are the ships that ply the lands). Moreover, the sight of a camel is a harbinger of sorrow, as the Holy Prophet is reported to have once said, Riding camels is sorrow and notoriety.
Seeing camels without saddles or ornaments or proceeding along the road: Clouds and rain.
One camel: A man; if Arab, an Arab man, et cetera.
A camel with a pedigree: A traveller, a sheikh, or a famous man.
Owning a camel: Will overpower strong and influential men.
Riding an Arab camel: Will go to Mecca (Makkah) for the pilgrimage.
A healthy person dreaming of riding on a camel: Will travel.
Riding a camel in the city center or failing to make it move: Worries, sorrow and such troubles as would cripple the dreamer and prevent him from rising or moving, like going to jail or falling ill.
A revolutionary dreaming of riding a camel in the city center or failing to make it move: Will get caught and perish, especially if he was wearing a showy dress.
A sick person dreaming that he will travel on a camel: Will die.
A woman dreaming of riding on a camel: (1) If single, will get married. (2) The absent husband will come back unless there are signs of notoriety and scandals in the dream, in which case it should be taken at face value.
A camel entering the dreamers mouth or any part of his body: Will be possessed by a demon.
A camel dying in a house: The sick father of the family or the dreamers chief or son (if ill) will die. The camels flesh falling apart and its bones being scattered represent a heritage.
A slaughtered camel: Injustice.
Slaughtering a camel to eat it in a house where no one is ill: (1) Will open a store. (2) Will help justice prevail and be rewarded for that.
A camel skinned alive: Power will wane, money will go, and isolation will follow.
A camel eating meat or going about eating something unknown from each house: An epidemic.
A camel seen downtown or amid a group of people: An outspoken man will die or get killed.
A camel chasing people: A tyrant, an enemy, or some flood will wreak havoc in the area.
Falling from a camel: Will become poor.
Being thrown by a camel: Will get ill.
A camel rebelling against the dreamer: Disease, sorrow, and a dispute with a man.
Being unable to control a camel: Pain from a mighty enemy.
Taking a camels reins and pulling it to a known place: (1) Will reform a debauchee. (2) Leaders will be attracted to the dreamer.
Arab camels: Will rule over an Arab province.
Taking camel wool: Lasting money.
two camels fighting: War will break out between two kings or great men.
Eating the head of a camel raw: Will slander or backbite a great man.
Milking a camel: Money from a king or an influential person. If blood comes out instead of milk, illicit gains.
Milking a she-camel: Work will pay.
Chewing camel milk: Humiliation.
Eating camel meat: Will fall
Cooked camel meat: (1) Halal (lawful or honest) gains. (2) Sincerity and success in doing certain things, but with caution, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran: All food was lawful unto the children of Israel, save that which Israel forbade himself
(Al-Imran [The Family of Imran], verse 93.)
Camel skin: An inheritance. The she-camel symbolizes a woman, a year, a tree, a palm tree, a ship, or some complications. Everything that is put on a camels back, like a saddle, a palanquin, et cetera, for the rider to sit on equally refers to a woman.
An Arab she-camel: An honest and well-born Arab woman.
Riding on a she-camel: Will marry.
Driving a she-camel: Wife will be obedient.
Riding on a milky she-camel: A virtuous woman.
Riding on a she-camel so fast that she sends pebbles from under her feet like projectiles: Will travel by land.
A docked she-camel or one whose wool has been shaved: Could be intercepted by bandits while on a journey.
Owning or riding a she-camel: (1) If a bachelor, will get married. (2) If planning to travel, the journey will take place. (3) Will own some land or a house, et cetera.
A she-camel giving milk in a mosque or an agricultural field: A fertile year to come. If people are scared or besieged, or if there is some intrigue or heresy in the air, all those things would disappear, as the she-camel milk represents normalcy in adoring God and observing the Tradition of the Holy Prophet.
Touching a baby camel: Sorrow and worries.
Mirth Dream Explanation
(Laughter; Menstrual period) Uncontrollable mirth in a dream means a misdeed one desires to eliminate but to no avail. If one does control his hilarity and excuses himself in the dream, it means that he will fall
back into the same misdeed. (Also see Laughter)
Carrier Dream Explanation
(Driver; Mail carrier; Messenger; Renter) In a dream, a carrier means that one will recover from an illness, or fall
into one, pay for his sins, carry burdens, endure sufferings, or bring comfort to others. A carrier in a dream also represents a forerunner, a guardian, a mail carrier, or a police officer.