Dream Meaning Dictionary
The Dreams Dictionary is an A-Z of dreams to help you to easily find and understand the meaning of your dreams. Our fully-searchable database of dreams contains hundreds of dream symbols and their meanings, allowing you to interpret your dreams fast.
Search through the contents of 10,000 Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller, which is the classic guide to the interpretation of the symbols found in dreams. Explore your dreams with The Dreams Dictionary - it's so easy to find dream meanings in this giant compendium of dreams.
First published in 1909, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted was written from a spiritual and psychic perspective, and aimed to show how dreams can predict future events. Therefore, the dream symbols were interpreted to indicate what may happen in the future, whether good or bad.
Dream interpretation helps you to find the messages hidden in your dreams, providing you with a greater understanding of yourself and the situations that you encounter in your life. The Dreams Dictionary will show you the significance of what it means to dream of autumn, cats, flying, animals, strange voices, winning a lottery, and the many other dream symbols commonly found in your dreams.
Find your dreams by entering a short description, or a dream symbol in the search box. You can search through every dream symbol or interpretation. Alternatively, go to the Dream Meanings page to see a complete, alphabetical listing of every dream symbol in the database.
Taken from "10,000 Dreams Interpreted" by Gustavus Hindman Miller
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"The Bible, as well as other great books of historical and revealed religion, shows traces of a general and substantial belief in dreams. Plato, Goethe, Shakespeare and Napoleon assigned to certain dreams prophetic value. Joseph saw eleven stars of the Zodiac bow to himself, the twelfth star. The famine of Egypt was revealed by a vision of fat and lean cattle. The parents of Christ were warned of the cruel edict of Herod, and fled with the Divine Child into Egypt. Pilate's wife, through the influence of a dream, advised her husband to have nothing to do with the conviction of Christ. But the gross materialism of the day laughed at dreams, as it echoed the voice and verdict of the multitude, 'Crucify the Spirit, but let the flesh live.' Barabbas, the robber, was set at liberty."
~ Gustavus Hindman Miller, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted