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United States Treasury Dream Meaning

What does a United States Treasury mean in your dream?

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United States Treasury

United States Treasury

Dreaming of the United States Treasury refers to your fears of losing something important in your life.

You would like to make sure you could protect that important thing, and this is why the United States Treasury may appear in your dream.

The United States Treasury is the executive department of the United States Government, established in 1789 in order to protect the revenue of the government. It is therefore an institution that offers financial security and protects the money of the United States. In this context, dreaming of the United States Treasury must be a symbol of your need for protection, security, but also your fear of loss.

In your dream you may have

  • You are at the United States Treasury.
  • You see the United States Treasury.

Positive changes are afoot if

  • You try to be more confident in yourself.
  • Seeing the United States Treasury was a positive experience.
  • Although you dreamt about the United States Treasury, you did not experience fear.

Detailed dream interpretation

In the ancient Greece the treasury was located in temples or any kind of religious building and this refers to the spiritual significance of it. The money of the government was extremely holy. Seeing such a treasury in your dream portends your connection with the spiritual world, a connection that for some reason will occur in a financial circumstance.

According to the Eastern tradition, dreaming of the United States Treasury or any treasury for that matter could however foretell big worries and grief in the near future. The Western tradition claims that such a dream could mean that you will meet new and very good friends in the future. A treasury in a dream can symbolize a tendency for greed.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of United States Treasury

Surprised. Scared. Insecure. Content. Amazed. Curious. Enjoying. Upset. Startled.

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