12,000 Dreams Interpreted (Paperback)

12,000 Dreams Interpreted By Linda Shields, Gustavus Hindman Miller, Lenore Skomal Cover Image
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A bestselling classic, back and bigger than ever Nearly a century ago, Gustavus Hindman Miller published his groundbreaking masterwork, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, the most compelling and thorough study of all the symbols that appear in our dreamscape. Miller offered an enlightening introduction to dream history and types, and organized his symbols into eminently logical categories. Now, popular psychic and medium Linda Shields has updated this classic, featuring revisions and additions to more than 2,000 of his original interpretations as well as 2,000 entirely new entries. This brings the book up to speed with our modern life, including objects unknown in Millers time, such as cell phones, computers, televisions, and more. An exciting, enriching, and elegantly packaged revision thats a must-have for anyone who dreams

About the Author


Linda Shields is a professional medium and psychic and the author of Angel Inspirations for Serenity and Love. She lives in Howell, New Jersey.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781402784170
ISBN-10: 1402784171
Publisher: Union Square & Co.
Publication Date: October 4th, 2011
Pages: 544
Language: English

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