Night and Day

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Whoever sees that he has left from the darkness into the light, and is from the people of righteousness then he will leave from neediness [and go] into wealth / sufficiency. As for the light which is the day then it is interpreted by: right guidance. And the beginning of the day, […]

Read More

Carnelian / Garnet

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: (red Gemstones) : interpreted upon 4 sides: woman, or young girl, daughter, blessing & wealth. *: precious stone / gemstone, it is a Farsi word.

Read More

Earring

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpretred upon 4 sides: an increase of ornament, beauty, learning of knowledge, Quran & honor, high standing, sadness, sorrow due to divorce, if he doesn’t have a wife then it indicates sadness.

Read More

Happiness

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Whoever sees himself happy for no reason, then it indicates the nearing of his death, on account of the AllMighty’s saying: {until when they cheered with what they arrived [at] / concluded}.

Read More

Perfume / Scent

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: A vision of perfume is interpreted upon 9 sides: good compliment (s) , words of truth & helpful knowledge, good-natured character, assembly of knowledge, noble man, saying of a modest man, solemnity, worthy religion, cheerful news.

Read More

Back

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: (side) : interpreted upon 10 sides: strength, companions, sovereign, Hujja, father, mother, child, deriving, kindred brother.

Read More

Sandalwood

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: [wood] interpreted upon 6 sides: compliment & improvement, good, usefulness & high standing, sanctity. White sandalwood is better in interpretation than the red.

Read More

Flood

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpreted upon 4 sides: big enemy, or unjust sovereign / king, or predominant military, or rigorous trial.

Read More

Sky

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Whoever saw the sky’s colour as white then there is in that [an indication of]: blessing and fertility. If he saw it as green then it [means] good. If he saw it as yellow then [means] disease & sickness. If he saw it as red, then it [means] war & bloodshed. If […]

Read More