Dream Interpretation Judas | Dream Meanings


Betraying yourself. This above all: to thine own self be true. See Prostitute.

The Dream Books Symbols | Betty Bethards

A dream of this betrayer is a warning to be cautious in accepting new friends; no matter how attractive they may appear, go slow and let them prove themselves first

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

Dreams of Judas symbolize your fear of being betrayed, or that you are dealing with a betrayal that has already taken place. This dream is giving you the message: To thine own self be true. See Venting Dreams.

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Judas | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Judas

Saccharin

Figurative of an artificial display of sweetness, i.E.

A judas kiss; see “artificial”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Embracing Judaism, Christianity Or Fire _ Worships

Seeing oneself embracing Judasim, Christianity or the religion of the Fire-Worshippers indicates that despite their love and affection for him, he will still oppose and refute them.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Kiss

Uniting, connecting, and good luck. Intimate closeness, intellectual communication, desire for closer contact, maybe making up after a fight. Rarely is a kiss a sign of betrayal (the kiss of Judas).... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Guess

A dream of contrary.

If you were doing the guessing, you will soon hear a confidence or the solution to a puzzling situation; but if someone else was doing the guessing, it’s a warning that you’ve got a potential Judas in your social circle.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Thirteen

The number thirteen symbolizes evil or misfortune; bad luck. (Judas was the thirteenth at table for the Last Supper with Jesus.)... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Hug

To dream that someone embraces you can indicate a need for affection and understanding.

If the hug is pleasant, it means you must express your feelings to somebody.

If the hug comes from your father, it signifies that you accept yourself just as you are and have achieved the recognition you wanted. Conversely, if you seek the embrace, it generally means you are in want of love and protection. For that matter, a mother or grandmother is more likely to be the ones present on the oneiric images. Dreams that portray hugs do not always have a positive reading. So, if an unpleasant feeling goes along with them it could suggest insecurity or lack of sincerity towards the person with whom you share your body.

It is important to keep in mind that in western Christian tradition the famous embrace from Judas to Jesus is associated with high betrayal.

An embrace from someone unknown is a sign of prosperous businesses. From foreign subjects it announces imminent travel; from a friend it indicates low morale; from a relative, cheating and scams; from a deceased person, bad news.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Kiss

A kiss in a dream often signifies a romantic interest, as in the kiss that awakens Sleeping Beauty from a deep sleep.

At the other extreme, a kiss can signify betrayal, as in the kiss of death with which Judas betrayed Jesus. Whether the dreamer is receiving the kiss or giving the kiss and the kind of feeling evoked by the kiss determine its meaning.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Superstitions

Bad luck superstitions have been around for centuries and vary from culture to culture. Here are some of the most common in Western culture and their appearance in your dream may, depending on the context and mood of the dream, be a sign of misfortune or of the need to be cautious and consider all your options before moving ahead

Friday the thirteenth: The Scandinavians believed that the number thirteen was unlucky due to the twelve mythological demigods being joined by a thirteenth, an evil one, who brought misfortune upon humans. It was also said that Christ was crucified on Friday and the number of guests at the party of the Last Supper was thirteen, with the thirteenth guest being Judas, the traitor.

Walking under a ladder: A leaning ladder forms a triangle with the wall and ground. Triangles represent the Holy Trinity, and violating the Trinity by breaking it (walking through it) would put you in league with the Devil himself.

Black cats: Although sometimes thought to be a symbol of good luck (in ancient Egypt, the Goddess Bast was a black, female cat), during the Middle ages cats were thought to be demons in disguise and should thus be destroyed.

Spilling salt: Salt used to be an expensive commodity used mainly for medicinal purposes. For this reason, spillage was to be avoided at all costs. The idea that it is unlucky to do so probably stems from the belief that Judas spilt salt during the Last Supper.

Other superstitions associated with bad luck and misfortune include: A bat flying into the house. An owl hooting 3 times. 3 butterflies together. Looking at the new moon over your left shoulder. A 5-leaved clover. Breaking a glass whilst proposing a toast. Putting a shirt on inside out. Red and white flowers together. Hearing a rooster crow at night. Cutting your nails on a Friday.

Putting a hat on a bed. Getting out of bed left foot first. Violets blooming out of season. A picture falling. Breaking a mirror. Singing before breakfast. Opening an umbrella indoors. Giving away a wedding present. Stepping on cracks in the sidewalk. An itch inside your nose. Crossed knives. Seeing an owl during daylight. Spilling pepper. Killing a sparrow. Black birds.

Dropping a wedding ring. Breaking a plate, especially if it has not already been cracked. Mending a garment whilst wearing it. Signing contracts in the months of April, July or November. Spilling ink. Breaking a bottle.

Fastening a button into the wrong buttonhole. A candle falling over. Stepping on board a ship with your left foot. Tripping over when you leave your house.... The Element Encyclopedia

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