To dream of being in a beautiful and well-kept cemetery, you will have unexpected news of the recovery of one whom you had mourned as dead, and you will have your title good to lands occupied by usurpers.
To see an old bramble grown and forgotten cemetery, you will live to see all your loved ones leave you, and you will be left to a stranger’s care.
For young people to dream of wandering through the silent avenues of the dead foreshows they will meet with tender and loving responses from friends, but will have to meet sorrows that friends are powerless to avert.
Brides dreaming of passing a cemetery on their way to the wedding ceremony, will be bereft of their husbands by fatal accidents occurring on journeys.
For a mother to carry fresh flowers to a cemetery, indicates she may expect the continued good health of her family.
For a young widow to visit a cemetery means she will soon throw aside her weeds for robes of matrimony.
If she feels sad and depressed she will have new cares and regrets.
Old people dreaming of a cemetery, shows they will soon make other journeys where they will find perfect rest.
To see little children gathering flowers and chasing butterflies among the graves, denotes prosperous changes and no graves of any of your friends to weep over.
Good health will hold high carnival.
Dreaming about a cemetery symbolizes self-renewal and giving up old attitudes or habits.
A cemetery is a collection of dead organic matter.
It is a sad and depressing place that doesn’t reflect any joy, and reflects even less hope. Dreaming about cemeteries may be a reflection of your mood or unresolved grief.
It may literally represent sadness that comes from losing someone that you love, or it could represent your past and long-gone experiences.
See also: Grave/Graveyard
If you dream of a well kept cemetery it is a sign of happiness to come but an unkempt one shows that you will meet with opposition and adversity.
This is the kind of dream that must be correlated with the other symbols of the dream, such as: open graves, flowers, funeral services, etc.
, as all of these things would change the benign aspect of a stroll through a well kept cemetery.