A DICTIONARY OF SYMBOLS
B | C
| D | E
| F | G
| H | I
| J | K
| L | M
| N | O
| P | Q
| R | S
| T | U
| V | W
| X | Y
| Z |
Eagle.—This predicts that you may expect most beneficial changes,
the realisation of a long-cherished hope, and possibly an inheritance
of wealth from an unexpected source; a flying eagle shows the coming
of wealth and honour after a change of residence; with a vulture,
death of a monarch; a dead eagle, public loss and mourning.
eagle on its nest foretells association with those in places of
authority and honour; it also denotes a life of wealth and ease.
Ear.—A large ear
shows that you will be shocked by hearing of some scandal or abuse;
a normal ear means that you will receive some interesting and pleasant
piece of news or valuable information.
a man this symbol proclaims the displeasure of one of the opposite
sex; to a woman, the humiliation of unrequited affection.
of uncomfortable discoveries in the home, troubles with domestics,
deceit and prying.
of marriage to widows and maids; to the married, increase of worldly
goods; this symbol must be read in connection with other indications
in the cup.
an unpleasant symbol meaning malicious tongues and treacherous friends,
also gossip over money matters.
of an escape from a threatened disaster.
and ideas, or a birth.
of power, travel, promotion, happiness and stability in love and
should put you on your guard or you may be the victim of an unpleasant
Elm Tree.—A good omen of prosperity and coming happiness.
Emu.—Lack of caution
will not be one of your failings.
trouble on the railway, strikes, accident, and hasty news are the
meanings of this symbol.
penetration and the solving of difficulties; it also shows depth
of character and love.
will make a beneficial discovery through surprising means.