Dreams Visions And Tales Of Wonder

Author: Helena Blavatsky
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Dreams, Visions & Tales of Wonder, is a compilation of all of the dreams, visions, tales of wonder, stories of wisdom and inspiration published in Lucifer magazine while Blavatsky was the editor. Many of the dreams and visions reproduced here are suitable for the witching-hours. That time of the night when we sit around the fire, in a magical circle, "to beguile the evening hours outvying one another with tales of wonder and dread until each particular hair doth stand on end, and we dare scarcely look behind us into the distant gloom of the apartment, still less mount unaccompanied to the attic chamber."
Dreams, Visions and Tales of Wonder
Language: en
Pages: 382
Authors: Helena Blavatsky
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-19 - Publisher: Independently Published

Dreams, Visions & Tales of Wonder, is a compilation of all of the dreams, visions, tales of wonder, stories of wisdom and inspiration published in Lucifer magazine while Blavatsky was the editor. Many of the dreams and visions reproduced here are suitable for the witching-hours. That time of the night
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-01-01 - Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

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