tzool. Bird) Acrane in a dream represents a poor, meek and a weak person. Catching a crane in a dream means marrying a girl from a family of despicable characters. Cranes in a dream also represent sociable people who like to share. Seeing a crane in a dream also could mean undertaking a distant journey or returning home safely from a distant trip. Seeing cranes flying over a town in a dream denotes a cold winter, rain storms and floods. Eating the flesh of a crane in a dream means receiving money from a thief or a servant.
A flock of cranes flying in a dream represents thieves, bandits, highway robbers, pollution or a hurricane. Seeing dispersed cranes flying in a dream means profits and benefits for a traveller, marriage, or a son. Ridingon a crane in a dream means becoming poor. Owning a large flock of cranes in a dream means presiding over people and becoming rich. Crane’s meat and feathers in a dream means earningmoney from a poor or a weak person. Raising a flock of cranes in a dream also means presiding over poor people. Fighting with a crane in a dream means fighting with a poor and a weak person. Hearing the cry of a crane in a dream means dispelling distress and worries.
A dream denoting wickedness on the part of the dreamer (Gypsy) ; the symbolism here is probably derived from the well-known destructiveness of these birds among the fish and smaller varieties of their own species.
To the Egyptians it was a symbol of the dawn and of regeneration, while to the Japanese it denotes longevity. Freudians regard it as bearing an erotic significance.
1- When we dream of a building crane we arc often being told of the need to raise our level of awareness in some matter. We need to make an attempt to understand the overall or universal implications of our actions.
2- We are capable of gaining control or status within a situation so we can build on it to our advantage.
3- As a bird, the crane is a messenger of the gods. It allows communion with the gods and the ability to enter into higher states of consciousncss.
As a bird, the crane is a messenger of the gods. It allows communion with the gods and the ability to enter into higher states of consciousness. T’ai chi, a form of spiritual discipline, is said to symbolize a fight between a crane and a snake.
Material aspects: When we dream of a building crane we are often being told of the need to raise our level of awareness in some matter. We need to make an attempt to understand the overall or universal implications of our actions.