Tempest is violent and ferocious windstorm that usually has rain, hail and snow. Dreaming of a tempest doesn't signify that the event will happen in real life. The dream of a tempest has a far deeper meaning and connotations which one must not take for granted. (read all at source)
Dreaming that you are caught in a tempest means trouble and the indifference of friends. (read all at source)
To dream of tempests, interpret that you will have a siege of calamitous trouble, and friends will treat you with indifference.
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To dream that you are caught in a tempest, signifies trouble and the indifference of friends. *See Storm or Cyclones. (read all at source)
redhead: Tempestuous and dramatic.
remodeling: Restructuring the house of the self.
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A short but very tempestuous affair with little impact.
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For example, if you dream of stormy waters, ask yourself if you’re experiencing tempestuous emotions. When water appears as mist, it may indicate that you’re not seeing things clearly. Mist is dissolved by sunlight and warmth. (read all at source)
To see a ship on her way through a tempestuous storm, foretells that you will be unfortunate in business transactions, and you will be perplexed to find means of hiding some intrigue from the public, as your partner in the affair will threaten you with betrayal. (read all at source)
See also related symbols: Wadding, Rosemary, Tempest, Ruby, Festival, Leprosy, Errands, Farewell, Homicide, Ague, Side, Plank, Academy, Walking, Liquor, Table
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Isaiah 29:6 "You shall be visited of the LORD [Yahweh] of hosts with thunder, and with earthquake, and great noise, with storm and tempest, and the flame of devouring fire." (GMR)... (read all at source)
A blow of his conch, waters can be calm or tempestuous
Rán - Old Norse sea goddess, her appearance is marked by her tugging on anchors - an omen of bad weather and/or tumultuous seas
Varuna - Hindu god of the oceans with the power to make noble humans immortals. (read all at source)