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Fire Dreams

The meaning behind Fire Dreams

Fire is favorable to the dreamer if he does not get burned.
It brings continued prosperity to seamen and voyagers,
as well as to those on land.

To dream of seeing your home burning, denotes a loving companion,
obedient children, and careful servants.

For a business man to dream that his store is burning, and he is looking on,
foretells a great rush in business and profitable results.

To dream that he is fighting fire and does not get burned, denotes that
he will be much worked and worried as to the conduct of his business.
To see the ruins of his store after a fire, forebodes ill luck.
He will be almost ready to give up the effort of amassing a handsome
fortune and a brilliant business record as useless, but some unforeseen
good fortune will bear him up again.

If you dream of kindling a fire, you may expect many pleasant surprises.
You will have distant friends to visit.

To see a large conflagration, denotes to sailors a profitable and
safe voyage. To men of literary affairs, advancement and honors;
to business people, unlimited success.


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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.

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