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1. Warning or “call to arms” from one level of consciousness to another. 2. A phallus. 3. A call to repent, a moral question (as in a shofar). 4. A feeling that joyful news is coming.
1. A message is coming through from one level to the next, possibly the unconscious to the conscious or the heart to the mind. 2. Telepathic communication. 3. Difﬁculty in trying to communicate (to make a call). 4. Someone relaying an important message, guidance (to receive a call).
1. A message is coming through from one level to the next, possibly the unconscious to the conscious or the heart to the mind. 2. Telepathic communication. 3. Difﬁculty in trying to communicate (to make a call). 4. Someone relaying an important message, guidance (to receive a call). 5. Delays, postponement.
(Azan; Muezzin) Hearing the call to prayers in a dream denotes the pilgrimage season or announces its holy months. It also may indicate backbiting, a theft, announcing a major move or blowing the trumpets of war, or it could denote rank and honor or obeyed commands of the one seeing the dream, or perhaps announcing […]
This is a general warning against indiscretion with the opposite sex. More specifically, an empty ambulance means you will soon lose a friend. If you call for an ambulance for yourself in a dream, it means you will recover from an illness. Call for ambulance for a relative, however, and you could soon have money […]
(arb. Talbiyah) Responding to a call, or uttering and repeating a formula “Labbaiha Alliihumma Labbaik,” during the pilgrimage season in a dream means that one will capture his enemy and bring him to justice. Loud answering to a call in a dream means complaining before ajudge, and winning the case thereafter. (Also see Hajj; Feast […]
(Caller to prayers; Muslim caller on the hour of prayers) In a dream, a muezzin represents’ someone who calls for what is good and blessed, a broker, an officiant who performs the wedding ceremony, the messenger of the king, or his door attendant. If a muezzin recites the entire call to prayers in a dream, […]
(Call; Cry; Human call; Outcry; Shout; Scream) Shouting at a gathering of people in a dream means winning the title of a statesman, authority and power in an election, or presiding over people. Ifone sees himselfshouting alone in a dream, it means that he will lose his power and his words will have impact. Shouting […]