Corpse dream information - the meaning behind Corpse dreams.
The meaning behind Corpse Dreams
To dream of a corpse is fatal to happiness, as this dream indicates
sorrowful tidings of the absent, and gloomy business prospects.
The young will suffer many disappointments and pleasure will vanish.
To see a corpse placed in its casket, denotes immediate troubles
to the dreamer.
To see a corpse in black, denotes the violent death of a friend
or some desperate business entanglement.
To see a battle-field strewn with corpses, indicates war and general
dissatisfaction between countries and political factions.
To see the corpse of an animal, denotes unhealthy situation,
both as to business and health.
To see the corpse of any one of your immediate family, indicates death
to that person, or to some member of the family, or a serious
rupture of domestic relations, also unusual business depression.
For lovers it is a sure sign of failure to keep promises of
a sacred nature.
To put money on the eyes of a corpse in your dreams, denotes that you will see
unscrupulous enemies robbing you while you are powerless to resent injury.
If you only put it on one eye you will be able to recover lost property after
an almost hopeless struggle. For a young woman this dream denotes distress
and loss by unfortunately giving her confidence to designing persons.
For a young woman to dream that the proprietor of the store in
which she works is a corpse, and she sees while sitting up with him
that his face is clean shaven, foretells that she will fall below
the standard of perfection in which she was held by her lover.
If she sees the head of the corpse falling from the body, she is
warned of secret enemies who, in harming her, will also detract
from the interest of her employer. Seeing the corpse in the store,
foretells that loss and unpleasantness will offset all concerned.
There are those who are not conscientiously doing the right thing.
There will be a gloomy outlook for peace and prosperous work.
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Dream dictionary entry taken from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller. Psychologist World provides these definitions as a courtesy and is not responsible for, or for any consequences resulting from the use of, Miller's archaic dream interpretations.