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Wagon Dreams

The meaning behind Wagon Dreams

To dream of a wagon, denotes that you will be unhappily mated,
and many troubles will prematurely age you.

To drive one down a hill, is ominous of proceedings which will fill
you with disquiet, and will cause you loss.

To drive one up hill, improves your worldly affairs.

To drive a heavily loaded wagon, denotes that duty will hold you
in a moral position, despite your efforts to throw her off.

To drive into muddy water, is a gruesome prognostication,
bringing you into a vortex of unhappiness and fearful foreboding.

To see a covered wagon, foretells that you will be encompassed
by mysterious treachery, which will retard your advancement.

For a young woman to dream that she drives a wagon near
a dangerous embankment, portends that she will be driven
into an illicit entanglement, which will fill her with terror,
lest she be openly discovered and ostracised. If she drives
across a clear stream of water, she will enjoy adventure without
bringing opprobrium upon herself.

A broken wagon represents distress and failure.


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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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