A clause used in ocean marine insurance under which the company will pay even if the loss insured against has occurred prior to the effective date of the insurance. The company would, of course, not be liable if the policyholder knew that the loss had occurred when he/she bought the insurance. In days past, a ship could easily be lost or damaged and the owner would not find out about it until later, during which time he might want to insure it.
1. If the dreamer is lost, there is a department in his life in which he has "lost his way." Look to other symbols in the dream to judge which department this is. If in the dream he finds his way, all should be well. But if he awakens before he finds himself, he should probably seek outside help with regard to the matter in question. 2. If an object is lost, or a beloved friend or pet, the dreamer needs to assess what that object or being, and the loss thereof, means to him. For example: A dream of losing one's wallet could mean fear of financial loss. Look to other symbols in the dream to find ways to avoid what one fears. Astrological parallels: Neptune, Pisces. Tarot parallel: The Moon.