All I will say, is that if magic, as part, the will presented and put forth through one's intention, is universally bound into force, then do dreams culminate themselves as a type of universality; a universal composition of a language?
Isn't all of what happens in a dream symbolic? I guess it is only a matter of how we see it, or how we want to present what we interpret from dreams that only makes a difference from how dreams may have a true universal language about them.
Dreams are just one part of my life, that I know I have, and that I know why they are there, and how they get there, but interpreting them is a different matter. There is wisdom that comes with dreams, but it is hard for a majority of the general population to understand that dreams are a culmination of the psychic plane coming into formation to that person, as either a foretelling or a statement.
Aren't all pagans sort of considered "wise-men" or wise people, because they do occasionally interpret dreams? Then what do those who interpret dreams, as a practice, make of interpreting dreams?