The number twelve is a symbol of fullness or completeness.
Twelve represents liberation from karma, spiritual freedom, cosmic order, and innocence. As a dozen, it may represent a bargain.
A divine purpose
Time, a full cycle or wholeness.
To dream of the number twelve denotes divine protection and renewed spirituality.
Twelve is the number of the signs of the zodiac and the symbol for a complete year. Twelve months, as well as the number of disciples of Jesus. There are Twelve animals in the sign of the zodiac, Twelve knights at Arthur’s round table, Twelve chosen tribes of Israel. Twelve is a very important number.
If it is Twelve o’clock in your dream, it really is “high time”! Twelve refers to the knowledge you have gained, serving as a guide to enrich your soul. Twelve is the symbol of all that is possible, your hopes and desires, your instincts and urges, but also your higher ideals, reason, love, all doubts, and intuidon—in other words, everything that makes up a human life.
The number we use to keep time (hour, months), it represents completion, an end and / or a new beginning. Twelve apostles, twelve astrological signs, and so on.
In dreams, the number twelve denotes spiritual strength.
1. Holiness, perfection, a high point.
2. Good government and leadership.
3. Cycles of time, life and relationships.
4. Judgment (as in a jury).
Dreams of the number twelve signify completion. Perhaps you have come full circle in a project, a relationship or an issue. Because there are twelve months in a year and twelve astrological signs in the Zodiac, perhaps this dream is telling you to wait a year, or a full cycle, before you make a decision. Consider that numerologically, the twelve becomes a three (1+2=3). See Three and Twelve Step Program.
The culmination of forces, processes, and cycles. Many initiations into esoteric mysteries take place a year and a day (or 12 months) after beginning study.
The ever moving wheel of time (note that there are 12 hours marked on a clock face and 12 months in a year).
The number of enlightenment. This can also equate to the mental “ah ha!” that occurs when something elusive is finally understood.