Dream Dictionary Dead Owl

Dream Dictionary Dead Owl

Find out the meaning of dreams about dead Owl, the creature that is a symbol for being wise.

Dream Dead Owl
Dream Dictionary Dead Owl, The Dream Meaning of Dead Owl

The owl is a symbol for being wise, patient, and for also having good eyesight. In other words it might be a combination of the turtle and the eagle as far as dream meanings are concerned. Like the eagle, the owl is able to spot out prey from miles away, but what makes it even cooler is that it can also spot it from the same distance in the middle of the night because of its nocturnal vision capabilities. Owls are also known for being very wise and seemingly being quite old. If you have a dream in which you see a dead owl it could mean that you feel as if your intelligence is dying out. As hard as this might be to believe, this is a common fear. Tell someone to tell you something that they said 3 days ago and they can’t remember so all of the sudden they start thinking that they can’t remember anything and they feel like their memory is worthless. It’s a common feeling but not a common ailment unless you hit your head hard 3 times daily. Don’t worry; you have nothing to worry about yet. A dream of a dead owl usually means that you feel like your faculties are decreasing everywhere or you’re not the man you used to be. This is mostly due to old age. Relax though, you can still come out on top and conquer.

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Comments: Dream Dictionary Dead Owl

kitty 2016-08-28 13:45:39
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Last night I had a dream which was long and involved and I don?€™t really remember it except for this; I was driving along a road and a small brown owl with golden eyes appeared directly in front of me on the road and I didn?€™t have time to swerve or avoid it! I ran over it and felt so sad, then I saw its left eye had come out and was stuck to some rubber and was a kind of milky white. I feel quite affected by it and feel it is significant. Wonder if anyone has some idea of what it may mean?
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