Dream meaning of blacksmith

To see a blacksmith in a dream, means laborious undertakings will soon work to your advantage.

On some cultural levels, the position of blacksmith is considered to be held under the king’s prerogative, and to be sacred.

There is a close connexion between metallurgy and alchemy: According to Alleau, the blacksmith is equivalent to the accursed poet and the despised prophet. In the Rigveda, the creator of the world is a blacksmith; this may be accounted for by the associated symbolism of fire, but also by the fact that iron is associated with the astral world—the first iron known to man was meteoric—and with the planet Mars.

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  1. The Big Dictionary of Dreams » Martha Clarke April 3, 2022 at 5:46 pm

    In some cultures, the job of the blacksmith is sacred, given that it was considered the privilege of the king.
    There has always been a close relation between metallurgy and alchemy. In Western society, the figure of the blacksmith is usually associated with the action of shaping the hardest materials, whether for one’s own benefit or that of the community.
    The dream suggests that you can transform many facets of your life to become what you really long to be.
    The blacksmith also symbolizes the passion that forges your personality.

    In Persia, the blacksmith appearing in dreams is a sign of violent fever.

  2. The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams » Stearn Robinson & Tom Corbett April 8, 2022 at 3:23 pm

    Your current projects will turn out better than you anticipated if you saw a blacksmith in your dream.

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