Meaning Of Dreaming Egyptian Gods




Meaning Of Dreaming Egyptian Gods


Please note that the interpretations and insights shared on this blog by Hilda Warner are based on psychological theories and personal observations. They reflect her subjective understanding and do not claim to offer definitive explanations for your dreams.

Egyptian gods are often portrayed in dreams and visions. They represent different aspects of the human experience, such as love, wisdom, and death. Dreaming of these gods can be interpreted in many ways, depending on the context of the dream. Generally speaking, dreaming of Egyptian gods is a way for the subconscious mind to process information and experiences.

The Gods Of Egypt And Their Connection To Dreams

Ancient Egyptians believed that their gods were present in everything in their lives, including their dreams. Dreams were thought to be messages from the gods, and so they were taken very seriously. There were even professional dream interpreters who could help people understand what their dreams meant.

There were many different gods in the Egyptian pantheon, each with their own area of expertise. For example, Isis was the goddess of love and protection, while Osiris was the god of the underworld. This meant that if someone dreamed about Isis, it might represent something positive happening in their life, whereas a dream about Osiris could be interpreted as a warning about death or danger.

Most Egyptians believed that their dreams came directly from the gods, and so they would often pray to specific deities before going to sleep in hopes of receiving guidance or answers to their questions.

What Do Egyptian Gods Represent?

Dreaming of Egyptian gods can be interpreted in many ways. Each god has unique characteristics and represents different aspects of human nature. The following is a brief overview of some of the most popular Egyptian gods and what they represent.

Ra is the sun god and one of the most important deities in Ancient Egyptian religion. He represents light, warmth, and life. Ra was often depicted as a falcon or a man with a hawk headdress.

Isis was the goddess of motherhood, magic, and healing. She was typically portrayed as a woman with wings or a woman wearing a headdress in the shape of a throne. Isis was associated with the Eye of Ra, which symbolized protection against evil forces.

Osiris was the god of the underworld and the afterlife.

Jackal, also called Anubis, the ancient Egyptian god of the dead, was represented by a figure or jackal-headed man. In the Early Dynastic period and the Old Kingdom, he commanded a preeminent (but not exclusive) position as lord of the dead, but he was eventually outpaced by Osiris.

The Meaning Of Common Dreams About Egyptian Gods

Dreaming about the Egyptian gods can have different meanings depending on who you are and what your beliefs are. Generally speaking, dreaming about these gods may symbolize something related to your own personal spirituality or religious beliefs.

For example, if you dream about Isis, the goddess of motherhood and fertility, it could represent your own desire to start a family or become pregnant. Alternatively, it could also be a sign that you need to take better care of yourself physically and emotionally.

If you dream about Osiris, the god of the underworld, it might be a sign that you are feeling lost or confused in your waking life. It could also indicate that you need to let go of something or someone that is no longer serving you.

Whatever the case may be, it is important to remember that dreams are highly personal and often have multiple layers of meaning.


In conclusion, the meaning of dreaming of Egyptian gods can be interpreted in many ways. Some believe that it is a way to communicate with the dead, while others believe that it is a way to connect with the divine. Regardless of the interpretation, dreaming of Egyptian gods is a powerful experience that can offer guidance and insight.

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One response to “Meaning Of Dreaming Egyptian Gods”

  1. Donika Avatar

    So I see repeating information everywhere when it comes to dreams and egyptian gods like there are only 3-4 gods that may appear in our dreams and for that reason I can’t totally understand my dream. I dreamed of Goddess Nut (Nwt) and me as Nefertiti in that dream. I saw a woman that were walking/flowing like in the air. She was fallowing me everywhere during my path in the dream which was like an overview of my life. She was messing with my stuffs (I don’t know for good or bad) and like was taking away from me some things. I remember that I saw her with deep blue skin and sparkles on her skin like night sky with stars (after the dream I did a research about a goddess with blue skin and that’s how I found that this was Nut, before that I didn’t know about the existance of such goddes and even more how she looks to dream her). Then she reached out next to me face to face and she said, “I took your man from you and now, at last, I’ll take…” (and here I don’t know what she was talking about but I got the feeling that she was talking about something with my being my identity) and while she was saying this she made a move with her hand through her face in front of it and with this movement her skin started to change into a skin of gold , pure Gold. In the same time in my mind during this moment came to me as a Knowledge above the name “Nefertiti” but the sensation was like I was Nefertiti. And then I woke up.
    I started to look for what was that Goddess, also everything that I can find about Nefertiti and what symbolizes the gold in the egyptian culture and mythology. I found about the Goddess as I said. I found about Nefertiti and her life and even look and death and tomb and everything and I found that in the ancient egyptian culture and mythology the Goddesses and Gods are shown and it is known/accepted that the Goddesses & Gods are with skin of Gold (something that I didn’t know before the dream). The dream was deep profound and weird. I have the knowing now that my past lives some of them or one of them is connected to Egypt because when I was 15 y old (now I’m 40) I used to draw a symbol like a cross but I haven’t known what is it until a friend of mine has seen me drawing it and she has said that this is the egyptian cross of eternal life so called Ankh. Then years after I had a dream with a huge falcon who was landed in my kitchen with wide open wings and I got close to him watching each other and feeling each other like an omen. Another time and case is when I was in front of my laptop but almost sleepy and for the second in which I closed my eyes the eye of Horus or was the eye of Ra popped up from the blackness the depths and it’s scared me my heart was pulsing so fast. I had a dream same night or the night next day with a force unvisible force in the dream that was like protecting me from evil treatment and entities. Another case – 2 days after my mom’s death on the chair in the kitchen appeared a pampas grass and when I asked my father about it he didn’t know anything about that. I knew it was more behind and I did research and I found that this type of grass grows also near by the river Nile. And the last thing was this dream with the Goddess and Nefertiti’s name. I know from the research after this dream that her name means “a beautiful woman has came”. The Goddess was with big cheeks which I saw clearly when her skin appeared gold, just beautiful and she had blue eyes which is strange I didn’t find a Goddess or egyptian with blue eyes.
    So I need to know more about dreaming Nut… she is an ancient Goddess at least of what I found but I can’t find more in case she appeared in a dream and even I can’t find a case if a Goddess takes away from you something what’s behind of it.

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