A good dream under all conditions (Gypsy). They were believed by the ancients to disperse storms, to drive away pestilence, devils and to extinguish fire. In Christian symbolism they represent the exorcism of evil spirits.
To dream that one hears ringing of bells, if of a sanguine complexion, brings him good news; but to others it shows alarms, muxnuirings, disturbances, and commotions among citizens.
To dream one plays tunes on small bells signifies discord and disunion between subjects and servants.
To dream you pull a rope of the bell, and see a spirit keep it from ringing, shows trouble and molestation; and if it be a parson that is the dreamer, it shows he shall meet with some disturbance in his preaching.
Vision: Looking at an empty hayrack: your professional career desperately needs attention—you are confronted with a host of problems.
A full hayrack is a positive sign: you can look forward to a carefree future. Looking at baby Jesus in the crib also promises a good future. From a religious point of view, the latter image is also a sign that you want to keep a secret.
(arb. Testimonial greetings) The last segment of the regular Islamic prayers which is recited in a sitting posture. Once completed, one may ask for his personal needs or pray for others. Ifone reaches this segment of his prayer in a dream, it represents a condition or an agreement that must be fulfilled between two partners, or it could mean finding a guardian for one’s intended wife (i.e., her father, uncle, brother, etcetera), without whom the marriage is not legitimate. Reciting the Tahayyiit in a dream also means bartering material property for spiritual gains.