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Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Channel One

We all dream. Research begun in the 1950s shows that all people dream — even people who remember no dreams. “Non-dreamers” will recall dreams if they are awakened during periods of rapid eye movement (REM). These occur during periods of light sleep when the eyeballs move rapidly back and forth under closed lids, and the brain is very active. We usually have three or four REM periods a night.

By Leaf Diamant May 1976
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Bardic Test

I have been asked to submit my dreams to Bardic tests. For years I have allowed innuendoes from my dreams to slip into my daily affairs. Now my friends and acquaintances have grown weary of dividing these dream outcroppings from my intentional deceptions and mystifications.

By Lamellicorn the Clone (Rob Brezsny) February 1976
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Researching The Invisible: A Geometrical Insinuation

When I am awake I call myself a student of the occult. Though occult research is regarded as a profession less respectable than most, it is enough to provide me with an acceptable, if peripheral role in the social body.

Lamellicorn the Clone (Rob Brezsny) September 1975
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Education Of Oversoul 7: A Novel By Jane Roberts

Book Review

In Jane Robert’s The Education of Oversoul Seven, Seven is undergoing a rather awesome examination that centers on the nature of reality, dreams, reincarnation and out-of-body travel.

By Debbi Ewers September 1975
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Seth Speaks: A Glimpse Of Infinity

Book Review

If his words evoke for you the same renewed wonder at the possibilities of creation, the same suggestion of undreamt-of expression, unacknowledged realities, and unlimited self-realization, I might escape a little of the karmic shitstorm that comes from saying: read this book.

By Sy Safransky September 1975