Dreams involving 'Ivy' involve:
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more esthetic perceptions
  • more perceptions of chromatic colors like of the rainbow
  • more elements related to earth
  • more animals
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What is the meaning of 'Ivy' in dreams?

ivy

To dream of seeing ivy growing on trees or houses, predicts excellent health and increase of fortune. Innumerable joys will succeed this dream. To a young woman, it augurs many prized distinctions. If she sees ivy clinging to the wall in the moonlight, she will have clandestine meetings with young men. Withered ivy, denotes broken engagements and sadness.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

ivy

To dream of seeing this vine running over and covering any house, is a sign of poverty, particularly if the ivy grows thick and abundant: if you dream that it covers your own house, the sign is still more sure: for a farmer to dream that he sees ivy covering a tree, denotes bad crops. A girl who dreams of being in a bower covered with ivy, will probably marry a poor and shiftless man.

The Golden Wheel Dream-book and Fortune-teller by Felix Fontaine

chimney

To dream of seeing chimneys, denotes a very displeasing incident will occur in your life. Hasty intelligence of sickness will be borne you. A tumble down chimney, denotes sorrow and likely death in your family. To see one overgrown with ivy or other vines, foretells that happiness will result from sorrow or loss of relatives. To see a fire burning in a chimney, denotes much good is approaching you. To hide in a chimney corner, denotes distress and doubt will assail you. Business will appear gloomy. For a young woman to dream that she is going down a chimney, foretells she will be guilty of some impropriety which will cause consternation among her associates. To ascend a chimney, shows that she will escape trouble which will be planned for her.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller