Camel, Mammals, Animal Messages and Totems,, Camel Symbolism, Camel Meaning, Camel Totem, Camel Spirit Animal, Camel Dream
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Camel Meaning, and Messages

If the dromedary Camel symbolism (one-humped) makes its way into your life, it is a sure sign that you are doing the right thing. There is value in what you are trying to accomplish at the moment, and it is wise for you to continue along this path speedily. Ultimately, this spirit animal meaning is indicating that what you are doing is leading to prosperity, affluence, love, and success.

In contrast, Camel symbolism may be letting you know that it is time to find your oasis so that you can restock and replenish your soul. Your journey is essential. However, you must take the time to nurture yourself. Your dedication and focus on your goals are admirable. However, you must balance it with self-love, family, and other commitments.

When the Bactrian Camel symbolism (two-humped) decides to make an appearance in your life, it is putting you on notice that you have the adaptability to navigate whatever difficulties you are currently encountering. Camel’s meaning is directing you to take the time to focus on your desired outcomes with gratitude and thankfulness. The direction which is now best for you will be revealed to you when you are ready.

Alternatively, the double hump Camel meaning indicates that your determination to reach your desired goal has born fruit. Your migration to a new location in life is within sight.

Camel Totem, Spirit Animal

Those of you with a dromedary Camel totem know how to use your resources frugally when necessary. Moreover, you always have something hidden away to tide you through a rough patch. Your inner resources, internal fuel, work ethic, commitment, and positivity will see you through any hardship or calamity. Folks with the Camel spirit animal totem have a dry sense of humor. They are also self-sufficient and love to travel to remote places. You can carry heavy burdens with stability, focus, and sheer willfulness.

If the Bactrian Camel totem is your spirit animal, then you are highly adaptable to extreme weather, terrain, and change. You are fearless within a life of constant change, movement, and sudden losses. However, your determination to win also brings prosperity to all of the people close to you. People with the Bactrian Camel totem are always happy to serve.

Camel Dream Interpretation

In general, a dromedary Camel dream usually signifies a tremendous financial gain of some sort. Your new abundance could be in the form of an inheritance, lottery win, or even the sale of a home. However, before this can happen, you will experience some hardships and obstacles that you will have to overcome.  If this beast of burden is lying down or sleeping your vision, your subconscious is letting you know that you have accomplished what you have set out to do and that it is now time to rest and replenish. A caravan of these animals moving forward indicates that there will be a transformational journey ahead for your family. If you are riding this animal, the message of the vision that you are on the right track

Comparatively, a Bactrian or two-humped Camel dream is significantly different. It usually signifies that you have two choices before you, both very valid and viable. Your unconscious mind is telling you that either option will work. However, you must choose the one that is closest to your heart. That choice will bring you the most joy and fulfillment. If these animals are in a group and running toward you, they are trying to warn you. There is an upcoming choice that will not serve you well. You should back away and leave it alone.

The Camel is also closely associated with the Llama, guanaco, alpaca, and vicuña. Other relatives of the Camel include the Horse, Elk, Reindeer, GiraffePronghorn Antelope, Hippopotamus, Moose, Buffalo, Goat, Rhinoceros, and Zebra are also distant relatives of this creature. Oddly, this group also includes some of the Whales, as well as dolphins, porpoise, and Orca.

14 thoughts on “Camel”

  1. I was having a nap just now and was half awake .I dreamt of a camel saw only its face ad mouth with teeth clearly and fed the camel with something made of steel .kindly let me know what the meaning of this dream is .

    1. Feeding a camel steel may be representative of trying to replenish or nourish your energy with something that is unhealthy for you. Maybe it’s worth paying more attention to your physical health or mental health if you’ve been ignoring it for a long time due to caring for other people’s health. Pay attention to yours too.

  2. I had a dream the other night where I stood near the camel (one humped) at the edge of the pine forest. Forest was behind us. I stood near the camel’s chest / left front leg so that his chest was right there in front of my eyes. To his right stood 1 or 2 other camels, their backs towards the forest as well, but I didn’t focus on them. I was fully focused on “my” camel’s chest. Part of it, between the neck and front legs, was shaved and the area was pink in color. On this shaved spot was weird symbols – like alien text – with dark pink and dark purple colors. Symbols were “puffed” too instead of pressed or carved in the flesh, even that they looked like they came out from the flesh. However, this camel didn’t seem to mind about them at all. He was not in pain or anything. He just calmly stood there, completely still with those other camels which, by the way, didn’t have shaved chest or any symbols on their chest. Any suggestion or thoughts what this could mean? Thank you!

    1. Camels represent the nourishment of physical or emotional energy after a time of lack, and aliens in dreams seem to represent a desire to escape far away, even far away from this planet. You might want to look up articles on aliens in dreams, or other articles on supernatural / mythological creatures in your dreams, because you’d be surprised there are dream articles on those types of things. Though perhaps it’s a message instead to stay still and stay in place, like the camel did, rather than to run away.

  3. Aaron Henderson

    Last night I seen the skull of a camel after the meat was prepared. The skull appeared to be chared, I was what appeared to be some distance away, about 15 to feet or so. I was in a butcher shop, I was standing in a basement while all of this was happening and someone explained to me rather indifferently about which part(s) of the camel are the most desirable to eat. What does this mean?

  4. I had a dream when I was a child.. I am 52 yrs old now and this dream I remember as if it was yesterday, well, at least the part that stuck with me. ..The dream was… a group of men slaughtering my camel and I awoke screaming and devastated Yelling “they killed my camel, they killed my camel!!” . I do not see my camel as dead anymore, but, I do not see it alive either ..YET… what does this mean???

    1. EspionageCookie

      It seems you have felt a lack of material/intellectual resources or spiritual/emotional resources, if not both in your life. You feel like it was taken by others, as represented by the killing of your camel. This might represent that you feel that the situation is unfair, where people greedily get more of the share, while leaving others with very little. Perhaps the camel still heavily injured but still alive show there is still potential for you to gain the different types of resources you require.

    1. EspionageCookie

      This might represent a fight between the conserving of resources between others, whether practical or emotional, because both parties have an important need to fulfill somehow. It appears both opponents have very little option to share to others with because they have so little security of resources, which is something you seem to be required to understand. Even if it’s “just” emotional, it is like how in the extremes of poverty, people might attack or hurt each other to steal what they need to live with enough food, water and shelter. Emotionally, it is similar. There is a need that is not being quenched, and not paying attention to the underlying need with the anger someone has is making the situation worse. Perhaps in finding another active solution to someone’s needs instead of blaming the other, the conflict can come to some kind of peaceful agreement.

    “What is heavy? So asketh the load-bearing spirit; then kneeleth it down like a camel, and wanteth to be well laden.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche
    This has been the second time that Camel has come to me as a sign in the last while. Camel is not a traditional animal in the knowing that I grew up with. But I know that Camel has had a special meaning in my struggle with PTSD/Abuse issues. Nietzsche referred to the Three Metamophoses of Man, that from a Camel, carrying it’s heavy load, to a Lion, battling for freedom with the great Dragon: Thou Shalt, and finally to a Child, living in Innocence and Forgetfulness. When you have suffered Abuse and/or are struggling with PTSD, you can become very good at carrying not just your own load, but the loads of others. The problem comes when you cannot put that load down, when you cannot let go of the past, of what was done to to you, and you remain forever the Camel. I have become a very good Camel. No load is too heavy for me to bear. I have also made myself into a very good Lion, doing battle with the so many Thou Shalts and the so many Thou Shalt Nots. I am nearing the end of my middle age and I am having a very hard time putting down my load, putting down the past, and I am having a hard time too with not needing to bare my teeth at the world, with leaving the battle behind me and making my way towards Innocence and Forgetfulness. As Zarathustra puts it I am still something between a fool and a corpse, I am caught between being the Camel and the Lion and have never moved fully on from either one. It is good to be able to carry the load. But at some point you just have to put it down and move on. So much easier said than done. But this is what the Camel seems to call me to do.

    1. ❤️

      Someone once said “like an heavy sack of potatos, just drop it”. I thought at the time “it’s not potatos this kind of things you can’t just drop, feelings emotions memories it’s different…” Then years passed. Last year like a click I just dropped it. And laughed. And if the load tried its way to my back where it doesn’t belongs, I drop it again. Do not be the good camel, or the good Lion, or even the Innocent child. Let yourself Discover what you really are when you drop the load. All of it. Again and again, laughing 🙂

    2. This is so beautiful and very much resonates for me on this day. I feel blessed to read this. Thank you.

    3. EspionageCookie

      I know Friedrich Nietzsche. He was not perfect considering the conservative views of his time, but he still had many insights to share despite his flaws. My gut instinct remembers some quotes of his that I feel like I need to share at this situation for people to ponder here with the camel.

      “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
      “There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.”
      “You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star.”
      “I would believe only in a God that knows how to dance.”
      “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.”

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