The Dream Interpretation Dictionary: Symbols, Signs, and Meanings

The Mother of all Dream Dictionaries

dream interpretation dictionary

Available at discount from Amazon while the book is in pre-order. Official release date is June 13, 2017.

Here it is, the mother of all dream dictionaries. A complete reference source for dream interpretation written by an expert with a gift for teaching how to do it. It’s a guide to your dreams, showing step by step how to understand their meaning and significance. It’s an encyclopedia of dream psychology so you fully grasp key concepts and methods. And of course it’s a dictionary of the most important and common dream symbols, featuring in-depth explanations and extensive examples and showing how to reach the same conclusions for yourself. The mother of all dream dictionaries is not just a dictionary, it could quite possibly be the world’s largest instruction manual for dream interpretation. It’s 480 pages chock full of dream knowledge.

This book shows you how to decipher the meaning of dreams about:

  • Health
  • Family
  • Love
  • Sex
  • Death
  • War
  • Games and sports
  • Deceased loved ones
  • Famous people
author J.M. DeBord aka RadOwl

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Plus hundreds more, drawn from the author’s 25 years of experience at dream interpretation. The more than 750 entries cover subjects such as nightmares and recurring dreams, celebrities and holy figures in your dreams, crime and killing, aliens and UFOs, violence and conflict, Facebook and computers, school and work, significant others and relationships of all types. It helps you understand why you dream about ex loves, old friends, family homes, and other people and places from your present and past. It gives instructive explanations of the psyche and the process of dreaming, and explains archetypal themes. And the entire book is stocked with vivid examples drawn from the dream lives of people from around the world that the author engages with on media programs, in lectures, and online at the massive social media site, where he is known as RadOwl the dream expert.

reddit dreamsBest of all, while clearly written and easy to use for beginners, it has the depth and comprehensive approach to each dream symbol to enlighten experts. It teaches that dreams are stories that help you better understand yourself, with the goal of making you a healthier, happier, more creative and more complete person. The Dream Interpretation Dictionary shows you how to analyze your dreams and connect them with yourself and your life. And it is based on the author’s ‘anyone can do it’ DREAMS 1-2-3 system of dream interpretation:

1. Break down the dream into story elements and narratives components.

2. Use interpretation techniques to analyze the symbolism and the story.

3. Build up the interpretation by considering context and making connections.

Three steps to a lifetime of exploring your dreams. Are you ready?
Praise for The Dream Interpretation Dictionary and J.M. DeBord:

Robert Waggoner

A thoughtful, well written and deep look at dream symbols in a dictionary format.  This may  serve as a handy reference for those completely befuddled by their dreams. – Robert Waggoner, author of Lucid Dreaming – Gateway to the Inner Self and co-author of Lucid Dreaming Plain and Simple

susanne van doorn

Susanne Van Doorn

This dream dictionary tells me things I did not know before … I was completely taken with the wealth of meaning … In my eyes that makes this dictionary stand out among others.– Dutch psychologist Drs. Susanne Van Doorn, author of A Theory of Dreams and A Dreamer’s Guide Through the Land of the Deceased.

One heck of a dream interpreter! – George Noory, host of Coast to Coast AM


I'm the author of "Dreams 1-2-3: Remember, Interpret, and Live Your Dreams," and "The Dream Interpretation Dictionary: Symbols, Sign and Meanings." At I'm known as RadOwl. I began studying dreams in the early 1990s and delved into all major schools of thought, especially the writings of Carl Jung.

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4 Responses

  1. Mindfunda says:

    Congratulations on your new book. I can imagine how many hours you have put into this. I was completely taken with the wealth of meaning you attach to each symbol. And with the open-ness that you suggest to people to play around with those meanings. In my eyes that makes this dictionary stand out among others.

    • RadOwl says:

      I appreciate that you notice. As an author it’s hard to know if you accomplish what you set out to do in your books, and my goals with this one are to show the wealth of possible meanings presented by dream symbols and how to personalize them. I’d love to see these words you wrote about my book as a review at Amazon. It’s exactly the sort of endorsement that tells people this is no ordinary dream dictionary.

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