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Uncle John had a dream about balloons, a coffin, and a laughing white rabbit at a picnic on a deserted island. What does it all mean? Here are some dream interpretations we found in a fortune-telling book from the 1920s. Read them, and all will be revealed.
Beggars: If you refused a beggar, your life will be miserable. If you gave money to a beggar, you will live a long and happy life.
Coffins: You will soon marry and have a house of your own.
Gambling: If you won, a friend will die. If you lost, you will move to a new residence.
Falling snow: There will be obstacles in your path.
Umbrella: Good luck is near.
Watching a ball game: Money will soon come to you.
Sleeping dog: Relax -you have nothing to worry about.
Police officer: Beware of false friends!
Saving a drowning woman: You will marry someone famous.
Climbing a ladder: If you’re climbing up the ladder, wealth is coming your way. If you’re climbing down, your headed for the poorhouse.
Killing a spider: Bad luck.
Warts: If it’s summertime, you’ll have good luck. If you dream of warts in winter, you’ll have bad luck.
You, hiding in the forest: You are in danger.
You, on a deserted island: A friend will turn against you.
Pigeons: Good news is coming your way.
Running, barking dog: Pay attention to your personal affairs; someone could be taking advantage of you.
The gallows: You will soon have an opportunity to make money.
Balloons: Something you’re planning for the future may seem likely to succeed, but like a balloon, it will burst into nothing.
Mirror: Someone will betray you.
Riding a train: You and your mate will soon separate.
This list is reprinted with permission from Uncle John's Endlessly Engrossing Bathroom Reader.
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