"Be an Angel with Divine Powers"
Sacred Symbols On Delusion
Symbol Code: SM000602     Symbol Name: Water   (Category: Delusion )

WaterDream symbol meaning of Water deals with cleansing and emotional stirrings. If the Water is murky in your dream, this is a warning not to get involved in new endeavors. If the Water is clear, success is coming your way. Seeing yourself in waters reflection means that you aren't being fully honest with yourself. When you contemplate your dream of Water, keep in mind Water is a symbol of your emotional state.


Symbol Code: SM000603     Symbol Name: Umbrella   (Category: Delusion )

UmbrellaUmbrellas in our dreams indicate our need to take a closer look at our worries and fears. When we have an open Umbrella in our dream we must act carefully and watch how we behave with others. A closed Umbrella means we are worrying and obsessing unnecessarily. When Umbrellas appear, we must ask what we are afraid of because our fears are holding us back from progress.


Symbol Code: SM000604     Symbol Name: Caterpillar   (Category: Delusion )

CaterpillarSymbolic caterpillar meaning deals with pure potential. It has to do with the promise of new life indwelling their bodies. Eventually, that caterpillar is going to go into cocooning stage, after which it will birth into an entirely new creature (moth or butterfly). Are you in a creative huddle? Suspended in a state of cogitation? The caterpillar is a good metaphor for you. It is a reminder that at some point, all your mulling, processing and soul-searching will unfold into remarkable results. Caterpillars are a blessing on new ideas. They indicate promising outcomes to projects in their initial stage, and offer good juju in terms of fruitful completion of goals.


Symbol Code: SM000605     Symbol Name: Grasshopper   (Category: Delusion )

GrasshopperThe grasshopper chooses those of us who are innovators, forward-thinkers, and those who progress in life by unorthodox methods. This is because grasshopper symbolism recognizes tremendous leaps of faith, impressive jumps in progress and consistent forward momentum. Those with this totem are likely to aim high, and achieve amazing feats - they take great leaps where others fear to tread (or jump, in this case).


Symbol Code: SM000606     Symbol Name: Chrysanthemum   (Category: Delusion )

ChrysanthemumExcellent when presented as a gift to someone, the Chrysanthemum signifies a life of ease. Buddhists are fond of using this flower as offerings on alters. Symbolic of powerful Yang energy, this flower is an attractant of good luck in the home.


Symbol Code: SM000607     Symbol Name: Rub el Hizb   (Category: Delusion )

Rub el HizbRub el Hizb is an important figure that has come to be associated with the Islam religion. It is a symbol made of two overlapping squares where one square is turned at 90 degrees and thus creates an 8-pointed star. There is also a circle in the center of both the squares. In Arabic, 'Rub' stands for quarter or one-fourth, while the meaning of 'Hizb' is a party or a group. It is used in Arabic calligraphy to mark a chapter's end and appears in the Quran at the end of passages. The Quran is divided into sixty 'hizb' which are 60 equal-length portions and these are further divided into 'rub' or quarters.
The Rub el Hizb symbol can be seen on several flags, emblems and coat of arms such as those of Morocco, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.


Symbol Code: SM000608     Symbol Name: Simurg   (Category: Delusion )

SimurgSimurg (alternatively spelled as simurgh, simorgh, simoorgh, simourv and senvurv) is an ancient Persian mythological bird. This immortal, gigantic, female winged creature is usually described as having a scale-covered body, with a dog's head and foreparts, lion's claws and peacock's wings and tails. It is also depicted sometimes with a human face.
The Simurg was considered a benevolent guardian figure with protective and healing powers. It was believed to purify the waters and the land and bestow fertility. It was also seen as a messenger or mediator between the Sky and the Earth, and symbolic of their union. The Simurg is mentioned quite frequently in classical as well as modern Persian literature, used specifically in Sufi mysticism as a metaphor for God.



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