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" As to the divination which takes place in sleep, and is said to be based on dreams, we cannot lightly either dismiss it with contempt or give it implicit confidence. "
ESP After Sixty Years - Page 7
by J. B. Rhine - 1966 - 463 pages
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The Biology of Belief: How Our Biology Biases Our Beliefs and Perceptions

Joseph Giovannoli - Psychology - 2000 - 349 pages
...into what early peoples thought dreams were. Generally, dreams were believed able to predict events. The fact that all persons, or many, suppose dreams...significance, tends to inspire us with belief in it [dreams foretelling the future], as founded on the testimony of experience; ... even scientific physicians...
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Dream Interpretation as a Psychotherapeutic Technique

Frederick Lawrence Coolidge - Medical - 2006 - 147 pages
...divine, and prodromal dreams. It is at this point that Aristotle becomes most relevant. He wrote: ; to divination which takes place in sleep, and is said...divination], as founded on the testimony of experience... Yet the fact of our seeing no probable cause to account for such divination tends to inspire us with...
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Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality

Dean Radin - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2009 - 368 pages
...Greece, Democritus believed in dream telepathy and divination,7 but Aristotle was less certain. He wrote: As to divination which takes place in sleep,...special significance, tends to inspire us with belief, based on the testimony of experience .... Yet the fact of our seeing no probable cause to account for...
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