Gong Hee Fot Choy Dream Book by Margarete Ward.
The book wich Psychically interprets your dreams.
It includes new added features of Chinese Philosophy.
Many people asked me, when they learned I was preparing a dream book, whether the subjects appearing in their dreams couldn't also be interpreted neurologically. Indeed, they can, and the number associated with each dream subject or symbol (or combination of subjects) can be taken as the dreamer's "lucky" number for the next day or two following the dream. You will see that each dream subject in The Meaning of Your Dreams is followed by a number. To arrive at this number an alphabetical-numerical table, in which each letter of the alphabet is assigned a number from one to nine, is consulted:
Therefore, if you dream of a cat you can turn to this table and translate the letters C-A-T into the numbers 3-1-2. These numbers added together equal 6. Thus 6 is the number to pay heed to in the next twenty-four to forty-eight hours following a dream in which a cat figures prominently. Should you dream of more than one subject, and one most often does, you would determine the one-digit number for each subject in the way I have described; add those numbers together and then reduce them to a single-figure number. If you dream of a dog as well as a cat, you will add 4 and 6 and 7 to equal 17. Then we will add 1 and 7 to equal 8. Then you would add Dog's 8 to Cat's 6 to get 14. Finally, you will add 1 and 4 to get 5. Thus 5 would be your lucky number for the next two days, a number to look out for. No matter how many dream objects occur in a single dream, you can always determine your single-figure lucky number in this manner. I have done the calculating for all the dream subjects included in this book, but no matter what you dream you can use this table to determine a lucky number.
Margarete Ward, 1938.
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