dragonTo dream of a dragon, denotes that you allow yourself to be governed by your passions, and that you are likely to place yourself in the power of your enemies through those outbursts of sardonic tendencies. You should be warned by this dream to cultivate self-control. See Devil
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flagPatriotism. Honor. Identification. Success in own undertakings. To dream of your national flag, portends victory if at war, and if at peace, prosperity. For a woman to dream of a flag, denotes that she will be ensnared by a soldier. To dream of foreign flags, denotes ruptures and breach of confidence between nations and friends. To dream of being signaled by a flag, denotes that you should be careful of your health and name, as both are threatened.
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skyCelestial. Limitless freedom. Looking for expansion, life without limits. To dream of the sky, signifies distinguished honors and interesting travel with cultured companions, if the sky is clear. Otherwise, it portends blasted expectations, and trouble with women. To dream of floating in the sky among weird faces and animals, and wondering all the while if you are really awake, or only dreaming, foretells that all trouble, the most excruciating pain, that reach even the dullest sense will be distilled into one drop called jealousy, and will be inserted into your faithful love, and loyalty will suffer dethronement. To see the sky turn red, indicates that public disquiet and rioting may be expected. See Heaven and Illumination
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