Dreaming of a Dead Father

The deceased father in the dream, if the dreamer’s father is really dead, is interpreted through his father and it is rumored that the dreamer’s father has not visited his grave for a long time. It is believed that the dreamer should give a prayer, alms or zakat, intending for the soul of his father who died after this dream.

Dreaming of His Dead Father

This dream has the same meaning as seeing a dead father in a dream. It indicates that the person who sees the dream will give a morsel for the soul of the person who died in his dream or he will go to his grave and pray for him.

Crying for a Dead Father in a Dream

It is interpreted as joy, and it indicates that the person who sees the dream will experience surprise developments that will make him happy, have good, beautiful and auspicious days, get rid of boredom, restlessness and sick mood.

Talking to a Dead Father in a Dream

The dreamer’s longing for his father and his need for him are expressed. It is said that the dreamer wants to be with him on both good days and bad days, and the first thing his eyes look for is his father.

Fighting with a Dead Father in a Dream

This dream is explained through the devotion of the dreamer to his father and family If the dreamer’s father is alive, it indicates that he will have great support and goodness for him, and if the father has really passed away, it is accepted that he will give a charity dinner or mawlid on his behalf.

Seeing Your Dead Father Resurrected in a Dream

The resurrection of the dead in a dream is always interpreted well, and it indicates that the person who sees the dream will receive good news, positive developments and surprise events will occur in his life. It means that the person will see that a job that he is hopeless and believes will no longer work will make progress.

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