Have you ever dreamed of a red-headed stranger? Or seen yourself fly without wings? Everyone knows where to look up meanings of words, but where, until now, could you find the hidden meaning of your dreams? In this fascinating encyclopedia, now fully revised and updated with 30% new material for the 21st century, Zolar, the world-renowned astrologer and leading authority on the dream world, offers interpretations for more than 20,000 dreams. Eliminating dreams based on cultural references that are now obsolete, Zolar explores the secret meanings of dreams that reflect our new environment, such as dreams about mobile phones, faxes, cyberspace, computers, pagers, and much much more. All the great minds - from Cicero and Aristotle to Freud and Jung - have recognised the importance and significance of dreams. Learn their secret language, and prepare yourself and your loved ones for what may be to come.
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(234mm x 155mm x 38mm)
Simon & Schuster International
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Author Biography - Zolar
Zolar is the author of Zolar's Encyclopedia of Ancient and Forbidden Knowledge; Zolar's Book of Dreams, Numbers and Lucky Days; Zolar's Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Dreams; Zolar's Starmates; and Zolar's It's All in the Stars. For more than half a century, the name Zolar has been synonymous with some of the finest books on astrology, dreams, and the occult ever written.