Dreams About Alligator: An Interpretation of the Alligator Dream

What Does the Alligator Dream Mean?

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Since the beginning of life, humans have wished to know the meaning with their dreams.This dream isn’t different from several other forms of dreams.

Many people have the Alligator dream and are thinking about understand precisely what it means.

Below you can find the most popular interpretation for this Alligator dream. Though this is only one method to translate this specific dream, it should provide you with a good start to comprehending why you might be dreaming about Alligator.

So with out further ado, this is the common Alligator meaning:

To see an alligator in your dream, symbolizes treachery, deceit, and hidden instincts. It may be a signal for you to take a new perspective on a situation. It may also represent your ability to move between the material world of waking life and the emotional, repressed world of the unconscious. Alternatively, the alligator represents healing powers and qualities.

To dream that you are running away from the alligator, indicates that you are unwilling to confront some painful and disturbing aspect of your unconscious. There is some potentially destructive emotion that you are refusing to acknowledge and owning up to.

According to biblical interpretations, an alligator suggests that leviathan is king over the children of pride. Psa 74:14, Job 41:1,Isa 27:1

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6 Responses to “Dreams About Alligator: An Interpretation of the Alligator Dream”

  • Diane:

    I was going toward the backdoor of a house. In order to get in door I had to cross over a small wood bridge. As I walked over the bridge I heard noise under the bridge. I yelled back to the folks that were outside of the noise and they said don’t worry just go in. I didn’t believe them so I looked again and again and then I saw an Alligator swim past the bridge and into a tunnel under the house. I dared the Alligator to come out. To my surprise it did come out and it was a pretty big white Alligator that came out from under the bridge and started running towards me. I ran far enough away where I could stand back and look. I was with some people who said not to worry he wont come any further but I tried to convince them that it will. They tried to convince me it wouldn’t come any further. The last thing I remember is that the Alligator was perched on the slope by the bridge looking at us.

  • Gina:

    Last night I had one of the most terrifying dreams in my life. This dreams main focal point was an alligator. The scenes are sketchy, but one is I’m looking at it from the side, and it’s poised with it’s mouth open and a warning thought is in mind saying, “it’s going to snap it’s mouth at any moment, it only takes the tiniest touch to trigger it!” Next, I’m thrashing and fighting with it. I feel tremendous fear throughout the dream, so much so that I looked up the meaning of dreaming about it. This is out of character for me, especially the alligator part. I am astounded, though, at the repeating definitions as to what the alligator means. Deception and betrayal, and being faced with a terrifying change in our life are all things I’ve been dealing with for nearly 4 years and finally confronted yesterday. Wow, talk about spot on! Scary and impressive all at the same time.

  • Victoria:

    What stood out in my dream:

    1. All 6-8 ALLIGATORS in a swamp were pure white, but not albino.
    2. They were more aggressive and faster than green ALLIGATORS.
    3. They made eye contact with me before lunging and running towards me.

    I woke up before any harm occurred in the dream. I’ve dreamt of green alligators before and usually those dreams precede a day full of “everything goes wrong” of the most unexpected things; but I never dreamt of pure WHITE ALLIGATORS before and was wondering what this means.

  • Don:

    I have had a recurring dream that, The alley where I used to live has become a river. In that river Is a big and a small Alligator, I have caught them both in every dream, and relocated them to a pond far away. but the keep coming back and are trying to eat my dogs. I remember in my dream saying “if they come back again I’m just gonna shoot them and make boots out of them. but when they return in the next dream I can’t bring myself to kill the animals and I just catch them and release them again in a pond further away.

    Back story: I have just moved away from my girl freinds house where this takes place, and we are seperated but working on relationship issues in order to get back together.

  • Westcoastbound:

    Dreamed i saw alligators in tall grass in my front yard just lurking around…..REally would like to know what the meaning of the dream is…Im wondering if its because I just got dumped by a guy who i thought was my friend…I mean he just went “cold” on me….Help…Need answers..

  • Jenn:

    I dreamt I was in a big room in a building. It was filled with water up to almost my collarbone and it was topped with soap suds. Lots of them. I came across this baby alligator the size of a gecko swimming. I picked I up and walked in the water with it. It didn’t bite me. I tried to give it to a mom alligator and initially she took to the baby. I was concerned about the little one biting me but not the mom. I was very calm. Someone else was with me but I don’t recall who. I walked thru the soapy water and left them. For some reason, I turned back and saw the baby trying to climb on top of a chalkboard eraser that happened to be floating on the suds. I quickly went over and rescued the baby alligator, picking it up and carrying it in my hand. Then I woke up.