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Plague Dream Meanings

What does Plague mean in dream?

Plague | Dream Meanings


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Spiritually an epidemic constitutes a generalized plague, infection or contamination of ideas and concepts.

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Psychological / emotional perspective: For an epidemic / plague to take hold people would need to be capable of being contaminated. From an emotional perspective in dreams an epidemic might suggest some kind of group hysteria.

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Material aspects: To dream of an epidemic suggests that we are under some pressure, perhaps to maintain our own viewpoint or integrity in the light of group pressure.

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To dream of a plague raging, denotes disappointing returns in business, and your wife or lover will lead you a wretched existence.

If you are afflicted with the plague, you will keep your business out of embarrassment with the greatest maneuvering.

If you are trying to escape it, some trouble, which looks impenetrable, is pursuing you.


Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation by
Warning of a sudden undesirable calamity; see “disease”

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1. Pervasive, long-ranging difficulties.

2. Good news com­ing about money.


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(Pestilence) In a dream, a plague means itch, scabies, sycosis, or mange.

To be inflicted with any type of such plagues in a dream means suffering from the same in wakefulness.

If one sees a city struck with a plague in a dream, it means that he will witness the wrath of God Almighty befalling it.

A plague in a dream also represents one’s grave, religious innovation, a journey that will take a full year, or a penalty imposed by the ruler.

If one sees himself in a city which is struck by a plague in a dream, it means war. (Also see Epidemic disease)


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A symbol of God’s judgment on sin, Ps. 38:11, Rev. 2:23

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1- In olden times, plague and pestilence was believed to come from an angry God. In fact, most plagues are caused by an imbalance in natural ecology.

To dream of a plague will highlight some internal imbalance within ourselves. This may be physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. One quality of a plague, no matter what it is, is that there is too much. We can be overwhelmed by it, as happened with the plague of locusts chronicled in the Bible.

2- One outstanding example of a plague in the Bible was that of Job who was plagued by boils. This suggests the old-fashioned idea that if one did not conform, retribution would occur.

To dream of a plague, therefore, is to recognise that we will suffer if we do not attempt to reach our highest potential.

3- In spiritual terms a plague signifies Divine Retribution.


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A dream of a plague, pestilence, or epidemic, is a forerunner of almost insurmountable difficulties with one’s wife, husband, or lover.

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To dream of a plague bodes of an enormous concern in your waking life.

An example of this may be a cherished relationship or career situation.


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Lucky discovery and wealthy marriage.

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See Disease and Venting Dreams.

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See epidemic / plague

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This dream signifies some mental disturbance, probably arising from an infection or other medical problem. See your doctor.

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(see Healing, Medicine, Physician)

An alternative type of judgment dream. Many ancient cultures regarded widespread sickness as a sign of divine displeasure.

Blights perceived as being on your soul or spirit, like a curse.

Bitterness that rots away inside, creating all manner of dis-ease.

AIDS: In literal terms, AIDS is the plague of the 21st century, so this dream may express an honest fear playing itself out, or a homophobic reaction.

Leprosy: Feeling like your life is falling apart a little at a time, or that you are slowly losing yourself to someone or something. Alternatively, an experience or action that makes you feel “unclean” (see Din).

What or who does the plague affect? The answer to this question can reveal one’s anger, moral conflict, or prejudice pertaining to a group, person, or situation.


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