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Wheat Dreams

The meaning behind Wheat Dreams

To see large fields of growing wheat in your dreams, denotes that your
interest will take on encouraging prospects.

If the wheat is ripe, your fortune will be assured and love
will be your joyous companion.

To see large clear grains of wheat running through the thresher,
foretells that prosperity has opened her portals to the fullest for you.

To see it in sacks or barrels, your determination to reach the apex
of success is soon to be crowned with victory and your love matters
will be firmly grounded.

If your granary is not well covered and you see its contents
getting wet, foretells that while you have amassed a fortune,
you have not secured your rights and you will see your interests
diminishing by the hand of enemies.

If you rub wheat from the head into your hand and eat it,
you will labor hard for success and will obtain and make sure
of your rights.

To dream that you climb a steep hill covered with wheat and think
you are pulling yourself up by the stalks of wheat, denotes you
will enjoy great prosperity and thus be able to distinguish yourself
in any chosen pursuit.


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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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