Thursday, November 5, 2009

Visitation dreams: When the Veil between Worlds is Thin

Ryan over at dream studies gives us another great addition to his blog, this time about the dreams we experience and their references to the afterlife and past loved ones. I found it very intresting that he would be writing about such a topic as I was just talking a few days ago to a professor of mine about Robert Moss the writer of "The Dreamer's Book of the Dead". Here is a little of what Ryan has to say:

For hundreds of years, early November (conveniently poised between the Fall Equinox and the Winter Solstice) has been celebrated as a time of harvest and plenty, and also a time when the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead is thin. Is it the death of summer, the lengthening nights, or the dark knowledge that some won’t make it through the hard winter to follow?

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