Divination Symbols, Part 2 – T to Z

As you become more aware of the symbols around you, pay attention to what these symbols mean. These interpretations are guidelines only – reading them is a subjective matter. Here are some of the most common symbols found in dreams and other forms of divination. A good dream or symbol dictionary is invaluable for interpreting the results.
A TABLE often represents social gatherings. It may be a sign that you need to think “outside the box” for the solution to a problem.
A TENT foretells travel. It may be a warning of hidden truths which remain covered.
A THIMBLE symbolizes changes in your home.
TORTOISES represent beneficial criticism. In many cultures, the Tortoise or Turtle holds up the Earth.
A TREE represents life and creation. It symbolizes improvements, and may help you define your life path.
A TRIANGLE symbolizes power equally divided. They may represent the number three, the great Pyramids of Egypt, or the arrival of something unexpected. A triangle may also warn of one extra participant in your relationship.
An URN symbolizes wealth and happiness.
Dreaming of a VASE is a warning that a friend needs your help.
A VOLCANO symbolizes harmful emotions, and may warn you of this trade.
A WAGON often symbolizes an upcoming wedding. If you dream of WAGON WHEELS, this may symbolize the complexity of wheels within wheels.
A WASP is an omen of problems in your romantic relationship.
WATERFALLS are symbols of prosperity and abundance.
WHEAT also represents abundance.
A WHEEL is an omen of good fortune, unless it is broken – then it is an omen of disappointment.
WINGS may represent man’s desire to fly. Alternatively, they may represent messages coming from the gods.
Dreaming of a WOLF is a sign of jealousy.
A YOKE is a warning that you feel dominated, or that someone will soon try to dominate you.
A ZEBRA is an omen of great adventure, probably overseas.

Three zebras drinking in Tanzania. Photo by John Storr, courtesy Wikipedia.