The Dream of America

As Seen from Saracen's Head Tavern
Author: Cj Becker
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595824749
Category: Fiction
Page: 260
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This is the tale of Thomas Jadwin's dream of America. The story occurs during the last half of the reign of England's greatest monarch Elizabeth I and the first decades of her hand-picked successor James I. Thomas' father was a cutler of Welsh ancestry who supplied fine weapons for Nobility. Thomas courts and weds the beautiful and educated fishmonger's daughter, Catherine Pelham. As a wedding gift the Jadwins are given a tenement on the High Street near London Bridge within walking distance of the Bear Baiting Garden and the Globe Theatre. They convert the tenement into a tavern called Saracen's Head. Many of the luminaries of the day, including William Shakespeare, Squanto, and Captain John Smith, come to Saracen's Head to hear the news and raise a tankard of Southwark ale. Inspired by his father's membership in Raleigh's Adventurers for Virginia Thomas buys shares in the company formed to plant the first English colony in America. In this age of famine, plague, war, and the Reformation, Thomas comes to see America as the place where a reconstitution of human society might occur. He actually makes the journey across the Atlantic to the newly founded colony at Jamestown with the Third Supply on the ill-fated Sea Venture.

THE DREAM OF DEATH


Author: Vagif Sultanly
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 130466368X
Category: Fiction
Page: 164
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Vagif Sultanly is one of the foremost representatives of modern Azerbaijani prose and his latest book expresses moral and ethical features specific to modern society such as estrangement, alienation, oblivion, negligence and feelings of uselessness. The main part of the book is a novel entitled "The Dream of Death" which expresses the excitement and anxiety reflected inside the internal human world by the destruction of a town's cemetery to make way for a new highway and the consequent need to relocate the corpses from the old cemetery to the new one. A chaotic unfolding of the events and circumstances around this profoundly unsettling action in the novel allows the author to create a powerful view of a modern tragedy. The short stories entitled "The Morning Mist," "Motherland," "Mirage," "Polar Night," "The Cave" and "A Blind Tie" describe the moral and ethical changes imparted by the social environment to the human characters who are turned into objects of art description.

Oliver Little

and The Dream Key of Aramis
Author: Evan Chassikos
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781468563016
Category: Fiction
Page: 192
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Oliver Little is a daydreamer extraordinaire! He is also a mischievous, trouble-making, and cruel young boy whose life is about to take an unexpected turn. Upon his discovery of the mythical key of Aramis, his daydreams begin to turn into reality. Oliver is the only one throughout all time to be transported to the dream world of Aramis, where he attempts to put a stop to the pending invasion of various clans, whose intention is to capture the Scepter of Dreams, an artifact capable of destroying the existence of dreams in all the realms, including Earth! The success of Oliver’s mission depends on his personal transformation from the horrible young boy he was back on Earth to a hero of all the realms! Will Oliver succeed? Read on and see!

The Dream of the North

A Cultural History to 1920
Author: Peter Fjagesund
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9401210829
Category: History
Page: 575
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Northern Europe and North America have dominated the world stage for more than two centuries. Using a wide range of sources, this book provides the first coherent account from a multi-national perspective of the ideas and perceptions that, from the Renaissance onwards, fuelled the North’s rise to prominence, and enabled it to rival the traditional cultural and political hegemony of the South. This includes not only the fascinating conquest of the polar regions, but also the religious upheaval of the Reformation, the changing view of nature engendered by Romanticism, and, not least, the revival of ancient Nordic and Celtic culture. Finally, the book offers an indispensable historical background to current events in the Far North, where the past and the future meet in a complex web of dramatic environmental concerns, the exploitation of natural resources, and the strategies of politics and commerce.

Mago's Dream

Meeting with the Soul of the Earth
Author: Ilchi Lee
Publisher: SCB Distributors
ISBN: 1935127209
Category: RELIGION
Page: 160
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People have forgotten how to breathe out. Caught in a materialistic matrix, humanity has become trapped in an unsustainable pattern of living, breathing in until we are ready to implode. The Earth is laboring under the burden. The time to exhale has arrived. You are an extraordinary person because you are living during an extraordinary time in history. Humanity has reached a critical juncture in its collective development, and many critical issues now demanding our immediate attention: global warming, population growth, culture clash, and more. In Mago s Dream, you will learn to connect to the essence of Mago, the nurturing spirit of the Earth. In the process, you will feel that her essence is your essence, and that through her you can connect to your own highest self. In the book, Ilchi Lee contends that the earth itself should become a central tenant of our human identity. By recognizing ourselves as Earth-humans, we can learn to transcend the cultural and national identities that keep us from living as a single, united humanity. And, by placing the Earth herself at the center of our common value system, we can learn to live in balance with the source of life itself.

Earth Prayers Angels and Dreams


Author: Athena Alexa
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 1432721305
Category: Poetry
Page: 112
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A Dream of Peace.The stars of yesterday shine in his eyesThe hopes of a million dreamersTwinkle in the nightHe holds his favorite star In his gazeSending out his deepest wishFrom his inocent baby heartInto the vastness of space and timeThe stars hear his wish The harmony of thier songFills the night with glowing embers Of all the dreams that have come trueAnd as he gazes out into tomorrowThe destiny of time embraces a dream of Peace...The Window There in the distance of a faraway room I sit here and wait I know I will wait a very long time For my dreams are complex My vision is vast and spacious I am far too young to believe in doubt yet old enough to understand A dreamer within a world that's asleep I am Awake within my dream I may sit at this window a very long time Waiting for them to change their minds Waiting for the right code The vibration of a million singing angels A song of a million dreamers waking in the night To sing the song of peace on earth I wait here at my window For the awakening of a beautiful dream How much longer must I wait at my window How much longer must I wait...... By Athena Alexa This book is going to be grabbed from the shelves!Says Mariaan Krog...Artist from www.artwanted.com Heart felt, beautiful images, Together with, Words from dreams...says The creators of the # 1 hit,standing outside a broken phone booth with money in my hand.primitive radio gods..... http://www.myspace.com/primitiveradiogodsmp3s Across the bridge of timeExcellentTHIS RUNS A CLOSE SECOND TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PASSAGES IVE EVER READ.THE FIRST BEING IN THE BIBLE ITSELF. THIS WAS JUST LOVELY, IT TOOK MY BREATHAWAY. T.S.J.Comment Written 13-Feb-2008 by T.S.J.Athena's messages are clear and concise, profound and yet simple. Optimistic and grounded. The whole book serves as a reminder of what we are and who we can be; this is so easily forgettable in the incredible and often overwhelming age in which we live. Athena's book and messages are further embellished by her striking and effective artwork - in this time of mass-produced, production-line mainstream talent, it is refreshing to experience work of such unique voice and vision. Some of the lines are so candid, it is almost like looking into your own heart and soul - you can't help but think: "I have thought this, or felt like this". Perhaps we should take time to see the world through more child-like eyes. "Earth Prayers, Angels and Dreams" can show us how. This book is great for either reading cover to cover, or dipping into when time is short: either way, you are bound to come away with a profound message and an altered viewpoint. I can't rate this work highly enough; it is a strong, bold and beautiful debut piece and I look forward to seeing where Athena's imagination travels in future publications."says Jon Richards Master Composer Musician and songwriter.http://www.myspace.com/jonpaulrichards Wow- what a gorgeous image and such lovely verseAnd ALL All to impart such a poignant message. I share your view that we are indeed destined for peace,I just wonder what it'll take for us to get to that point...Says .Healing Muse Poet from www.fanstory.com Marvelous dream feel Artwork...Supurb!!..says Nira Dabush Artist from www.artwanted.com When we least expectA miracle will happen...Athena Alexa

Dreaming With the Wheel

How to Interpret Your Dreams Using the Medicine Wheel
Author: Sun Bear,Wabun Wind,Shawnodese
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439146764
Category: History
Page: 320
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An explanation of the dream-interpretation principles of the Native American medicine wheel. The authors of The Medicine Wheel explore different views of dreamtime, both historic and contemporary, to provide an explanation of the dream-interpretation principles of the Native American medicine wheel—and a new framework for working with dreams.

The Dream of the West, Pt II


Author: Brian Lasater
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 143031382X
Category: History
Page: 600
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This volume looks at the ancient heritage of Greek philosophy and Mesopotamian astronomy and examines the history of map-making, coastal and celestial navigation and astronomy from 1487-1727.

The Dreamer Who Dreams You


Author: Daniel Stone
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1780994257
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 241
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An opening into the dream of the day and the dream of the night.

Source of the Dream

Source of the Dream: My Way to Sathya Sai Baba
Author: Robert Priddy
Publisher: Weiser Books
ISBN: 9781609257941
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 320
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The influence of the Universal World Teacher in the figure of Sri Sathya Sai Babaa supremely beneficient renewer of moral life and spiritual faithhas already reached the far corners of the Earth. Yet this Avatar, His miracles and teachings, are still a greeat mystery to even those who are acquainted with Him. Source of the Dream is thorougly researched and gives an objective appreciation of Sai Baba's teachings about spirituality and modern science. Priddy gives an indepth analysis of Sai Baba's miraculous actions and words. He includes investigations he made with the late professor N. Kasturi, Sai Baba's official biographer, into how Sai Baba's earlier teaching have been written or recorded, edited, translated, published, and authenticated. Some common misunderstandings about interpretation and application of the teachings, and of Baba's own words, are discussed. Priddy inclused color photographs of Sai Baba and some of His miraculous manifestations. Robert Priddy shares his experiences, both subtle and direct, which ultimately led him to a life transformation. He appeals to both devotees and newcomers to Sai's teaching, explaining how Sai Baba reaches out to those in need over great distances, and what it's like to visit Sai Baba's ashram and attend an interview with Him. For devotees, Priddy shares his accounts of Sai's emanation of mystery and grace with balanced reflections upon their likely purpose and meaning.

The Call Of Earth

Homecoming Series
Author: Orson Scott Card
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405524065
Category: Fiction
Page: 304
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Feeling itself to be failing, the Oversoul realises that it needs the technology of the Lost Earth to achieve its aims. It has already caused Nafai, a teenage boy, to commit murder ... Nafai, his father and his brothers have left Basilica, but the rest of his family remain there, including his mother, the influential Lady Rasa. However, Rasa has other things on her mind, such as the 'friendly' invasion of troops under the leadership of General Vozmuzhalnoy Vozmozhno of Gorayni, who does not believe in any Gods, including the Oversoul - although he may still be its unknowing instrument. More information on this book and others can be found on the Orbit website at www.orbitbooks.co.uk

The Key to Dream Analysis


Author: Ray Douglas
Publisher: Dreamstairway Books
ISBN: 1907091017
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 234
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This book presents the subject of dream analysis from a previously unknown perspective: from the point of view of the inner feelings, also known as the higher emotional centre. It describes every known type of dream, and every piece of information that may be useful in understanding them. Familiar dream symbols too are analysed in depth, and the whole dreaming process is explained with clarity.

The Biblical Journey of Slavery

From Egypt to the Americas
Author: Lynette Joseph-Bani
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452009070
Category: Social Science
Page: 360
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Th e narrative presented provides a source of enlightenment for descendants of the African Diaspora. The past enslavement of Captive Africans was not an accident, but fulfillment of Biblical prophecy. The Prophet Moses warned in scripture, that, the Hebrews will be enslaved in the latter days, by a nation of fierce countenance, and taken away naked in ships. A yoke of iron will be on their necks, no regard for the old or favour for the young (Deut. 28:48-50; 64-68). Th e 400 years of Hebrew slavery in Egypt, is paralled with 400 years the Atlantic Slave Trade endured for African people. The Ancestral history of the African Diaspora provides knowledge of a legacy of greatness as well as an inheritance of sad consequences brought about through a curse for disobedience. Th e text will show that the Anglo American world power fits the description of the last world power that will enslave the people who were delivered, from Egyptian bondage. Illustrations and maps provide information on ancient lands and the people of scripture. It challenges the accepted view of the masses on characters of scripture, and will show from the Bible and secular historical accounts where descendants of a family that started out in Mesopotamia can be found today. Black People need to recognize their roots in order to grow, and become fi t for the services they were created to perform. The journey will aquaint readers with the contributions Africans made to the world,and the inherited legacy theyve been denied.

The Dreamer in the Dream


Author: Jane Adams
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1846949831
Category: Fiction
Page: 163
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A superbly original collection of short stories with an esoteric bias. Each story explores in different situations, often humorous, a paradoxical edge of experience, when the inner and outer life is about to transform; at any stage in life. These stories, light-hearted and profound, were rough hewn by the well known mind-body-spirit author Alan Jacobs, and turned into literary gems by Jane Adams, an artist, poet and author. They express this fertile dialogue, in the inner life. They include two childrens' stories for the ever young in spirit. Major influences are Gurdjieff-Ouspensky, Douglas Harding, J.Krishnamurti, and a rich blend of wisdom from the east and west.

The Stories of Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Includes The Crocodile, The Little Orphan, The Thief, The Dream of the Ridiculous Man, and more
Author: Fyodor
Publisher: Golgotha Press
ISBN: 1610427149
Category: Fiction
Page: 500
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The stories of Fyodor Dostoyevsky are collected in this anthology. A biography about the life and times of Dostoyevsky is also included. Works include: Bobok The Christmas Tree and the Wedding The Crocodile The Dream of the Ridiculous Man The Grand Inquisitor The Little Orphan The Thief

On Soul and Earth

The Psychic Value of Place
Author: Elena Liotta
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317723619
Category: Psychology
Page: 344
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On Soul and Earth offers an original perspective on the relationship between the environment and the human psyche. Physical spaces contribute to the building of identity through personal experience and memory. Places evoke emotions and carry their own special meanings. Elena Liotta and her contributors also explore the neglected topics of migration and travel. The author has extensive clinical experience of working with patients from a wide variety of national and cultural backgrounds. Globalization is present in the clinical office as well as in the wider world and the transformations currently being wrought in the areas of cultural and national identity also impact on clinical work. This book will be of interest to Jungian analysts as well as psychotherapists and mental health professionals, especially those who are addressing transcultural and multicultural issues including voluntary or enforced migration. It will also appeal to urban planners, architects and those interested in environmental issues.

Arc of the Dream

Radix Tetrad:
Author: A.A. Attanasio
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473208009
Category: Fiction
Page: 320
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Earth's last hope? The Arc, a being of immense power, trapped within a continuum too small, fights for its freedom. Its monumental struggle will touch a few select individuals on Earth - and in doing so, change their lives forever. The Arc may also be the last hope for humanity's survival. Author's Note: The volumes of this series can each be read independently of the others. The feature that unifies them is their individual observations of science fiction's sub-genre: "space opera," which the editors David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer define as "colorful, dramatic, large-scale science fiction adventure, competently and sometimes beautifully written, usually focused on a sympathetic, heroic central character and plot action, and usually set in the relatively distant future, and in space or on other worlds, characteristically optimistic in tone. It often deals with war, piracy, military virtues, and very large-scale action, large stakes."