Creatures in Dreams

Creatures and animals in dreams can be very symbolic. They may indicate what is going on in your life in dramatic terms. Don’t forget that many of these animals may reveal to you the general plan your spiritual enemy is plotting against you.

A senior citizen, for instance, dreamed that a bear cub was at the bottom of her right leg grinning. She soon found out that she had PAD (peripheral artery disease) and the blood flow in her right leg artery was significantly blocked.

Her spiritual enemy was pleased and hoped she would be afraid of this new (cub) situation. The use of the bear in the dream was an accurate depiction of the situation, a disease which may seem docile, but may suddenly and unexpectedly attack.



1. May concern something appearing docile that can suddenly attack, and could indicates your spiritual enemy’s plan for you. Fear not. You can change that plan.

2. Can indicate judgment and strength.

3. Bears are sometimes likened to possessive mothers and the emotions this could arouse. So a bear might represent a meeting with dangerous emotions such as anger or being easily aroused. This confrontation with emotions could be about an inner conflict within the dreamer, OR it could represent a negative encounter with someone or something else.

The bear is largely a solitary creature, capable of living alone and surviving. This, and its human way of standing and holding its arms out in a hugging posture, may come together to represent a particular person who can be described that way.

4. May have to do with loss or lack as in a “bear market”
Same as BEAR in general only larger and more fierce
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Read the BEAR tab and you will see that the bear is also a wonderful mother and protector. We have seen brown bears symbolize a good and protective mother. See the color brown,/i>.
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False religious judgment and strength
High level witchcraft or occult activity
Provisions for a journey (can be spiritual)
1. Concerning independence,
Possibly demonic (independent from God), but can just as well be neutral or positive

2. PET
Keep in mind that if the cat is a pet of yours, it may symbolize something you are holding onto (a belief or habit) or something you “possess”.
This may or may not be a good thing, and the context will indicate if you are to let go of it.

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Demonic activity that feeds on garbage/impurities/sin
May appear good or cute

Substance, provision, wealth
Something from the past which should be dead
The two listed here are the most common
1. PET
If the dog is a pet of yours, it may symbolize something you are holding onto (a belief or habit) or something you “possess”.
This may or may not be a good thing, and the context will indicate if you are to let go of it.

Here’s why:
He replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.” Matthew 15:26
In contrast with western connotations, dogs in a biblical context are associated with dismal poverty and life at the bottom of the social scale. They are repeatedly depicted in terms of disgusting and inadequate diet. They are never satisfied and are willing to consume what is repulsive in their continual hunger.
Gentle strength, burden-bearer, humble or lowly
Something which should be obvious
Great impact or issue
Wisdom and strength

Lack of discernment
1. Can be positive: knowledge, resourcefulness, friendship, social relationships, communication, strength, or great force under control if the ape presents itself in a gentle manner.

2. Can be negative: overly emotional, a person who goes “ape” as in acting wild or crazy, beastly

3. Less likely unless combined with #1 or #2- something which should be obvious
Someone highly aggressive, unpredictable and threatening

A large threat
Significant power or move of God
Intimidation or Justice
Foolishness or mockery
Demonic activity that feeds on garbage/impurities/sin
Earlier demonic activity
Half horse/half donkey. Known for stubbornness
Unclean, impure
Spirit of Greed


A possum in a dream is generally an alternative symbol for a deceased person, which prophecies that something which appears to be over and done with will be resurfacing. A possum is similar, prophesying that something which appears to be dead or asleep is actually not, but rather, is pretending to be. This, then, specifies that there is dishonesty in the situation being addressed in the dream.

This dream element is most likely a warning that someone is masquerading as benign when they actually have an agenda that may be intended to bring harm. And the motive stems from fear.

It should be noted that the symbolism of this element may include (or be focused on) the fact that the possum avoids putting much effort into building, preferring to utilize what others have built.

Another possibility worth noting is that this creature may represent an unusual immunity (protection) from disease/poison which can be extended to others.{/slide}
Multiplication or lust
Same as elephant, but charges blindly due to poor sight
Same as mouse but larger issue or impact
Submission, sacrifice, humility

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Covering or disguise
Trickster that is extremely clever and devious

Soul or fleshly power

Power over the flesh; hunger, cancer, etc.

Used as a positive nickname- meaning: go-getter, passionate, self-starter, ambitious
Same as elephant, but issues of the Spirit
Relentless thief, preys on fear, visually expressive, no patience

Prefers attacking in family lines, familiar spirits
Soul or flesh-powered

Hard-working, industrious
Painful demonic attack

May be short-lived or hold significant consequences or even be very destructive
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Bringer of anointing or something sweet such as music
Having the crabs symbolizes a crabby person. Shaking them out is a call to self-control.
Occult activity or a negative that spreads
As a universal and biblical element, these creatures attack in massive swarms damaging or destroying crops entirely.

They symbolize a method of warfare.

This method has to do with biting off portions and chewing it up! Therefore, grasshoppers ultimately symbolize verbal attack.
Ladybugs in Christian dream interpretation are a sign of blessing. More specifically, they indicate the Lord’s protection in the removal of pests. Think of ladybugs in dreams as God’s angels equipped for victory in battle after battle. The implication is that the situation in the dream may involve much warfare and many battles.

Many ladybugs in a dream indicates much protection. One ladybug may indicate protection, but that there is only one situation which needs protecting.
Witchcraft or occult origin
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Demonic trap/attack
A plot to do you in

Something that wiggles its way in bit by bit


Aggressive, pushy, vicious mouth, fast hidden, dangerous,
destructive attack of lies
Something that steals like a money pit
Not easy to approach/self sufficient (hard shell/armored claws)
Able to protect itself (armored claws)
Able to provide for itself (armored claws)
In the spirit
In fishbowl– easily seen
Spirit of lust (jumping)
Out of the water (Spirit) too much
Manipulation, dangerous and restrictive, entrapment Jezebel
Tail=tale. Lies, rumors
Longer or venomous is more destructive
White snake = doctrines of demons (false religion)
This tale (lie) is going somewhere, more public
Reclusive, hard to approach
Slow but persistent

Biblically, birds are often associated with uncleanness and the demonic
Negative: Fear, anxiety, cowardly motives
Positive: a woman
Prophetic calling or anointing
Facilitating the birth of something new
Carrying out God’s purposes
Preying on the weak
Ashes to beauty, ugly to beautiful

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