(Ragman) In a dream, a junk dealer represents a hoax, a liar, a fortuneteller, or a superstition and fable teller. A junk dealer in a dream also represents one who sells fake jewelry.
…Gold jewelry warns us against pride. Silver is an omen of benefits. Fake jewels warn us against false vanity and presumption. Broken jewels foretell frustration. Worn or dirty jewels mean business problems. To lose them, means problems with our personal property. To find them, means dangerous temptations. To buy them, means loss of money. If we are given jewels as a gift it’s a warning not to lend or borrow. To wear them, means backbiting. In a much higher level jewels acquire the meaning of spiritual truths. Jewelries are symbols of a higher knowledge. Dreams in which the jewels are discovered in caves, symbolize a wisdom that lies hidden and ignored in our subconscious….
(Crystalline compound containing aluminum | Fake jewelry) In a dream, owning or having a piece of alum in any form means money. If one melts it in a dream, it means that he argues for the sake of a cheap matter. If one sees a piece of alum or a yellow piece of metal in a dream, it means that he will be addressed with harsh words or become subject to slander and defamation.
…(Beads | Jewel | Money | Tears | Women) Drilling wholes in pearls to string them in a dream means fulfillment of one’s goals, easing one’s passage, or facilitating one’s marriage. In a dream, a pearl also means a son. If one’s wife is pregnant, and if she hands him a pearl in his dream, it means that she will deliver a beautiful son. If the pearl has no glitter, or if he takes it from his wife and locks it inside a box in a dream, then it represents a servant. A pearl in a woman’s dream means good news. If she is unwed, it means that she will get married. If one sees himself bartering a pearl or a gem for fake jewelry, or for chips of glass in a dream, it means that he has sold the reward of the hereafter for the temporary pleasures of…