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What do the first major oil discovery in Kuwait, Mark Twain's fiction, and Harriet Tubman's Underground Railroad have in common? They were all first experienced in dreams. In this book, Robert Moss marshals his narrative flair to make history vivid and the esoteric accessible, exploring the role of dreams in such diverse subjects as the "Dreamtime" of indigenous peoples, the Spanish Inquisition, and the letters of Carl Jung. Acting as an archaeologist, he reveals dreams, coincidence, and imagination to be secret engines in a human story that points to a dimension beyond the physical. Ultimately, Moss shows that since the dream realm is the seedbed of innovation, those who wake up to this source of guidance, healing, and creativity receive inspiring hope for humanity's potential.
Robert Moss, the creator of Active Dreaming and a columnist for spirituality and Health, leads seminars around the world. A former professor of ancient history and philosophy, he is also a bestselling novelist, journalist, and independent scholar. His seven book on dreaming include Dreamgates, The Three Only Things, and Conscious Dreaming. He lives in upstate New York.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Fields of Dreaming
Secret Engines of History
Earth Speakers and Dream Travelers
Interpreters and Diviners
The Angel That Troubles the Waters
From the Dream Library
How Dreaming Gets Us Through
Masters of the Three ôOnlyö Things
Joan of Arc and the Tree-Seers
The Beautiful Dream Spy of Madrid
The Underground Railroad of Dreams
Mark Twain's Rhyming Life
The Man Who Blew Things Up
Winston Churchill's Time Machines
Epilogue: The Future History of Dreaming
About the Author
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