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"IF GOD, IN ANCIENT TIMES, HAD SPOKEN TO MEN IN VISIONS OF THE
NIGHT, WHAT EASIER WAY COULD THERE BE FOR HIM TO CONVEY HIS
MEANING TO PEOPLE OF ALL AGES? SCIENCE, WHICH HAS SHATTERED
MANY AN IDOL AND DESTROYED MANY A DELUSION, HAS MADE BUT SLIGHT
INROADS UPON THE SHADOWY REALM OF DREAMS. FOR MIS' MOLLY, TO
WHOM SCIENCE WOULD HAVE MEANT NOTHING AND PSYCHOLOGY WOULD
HAVE BEEN A MEANINGLESS TERM, THE LAND OF DREAMS WAS CAREFULLY
MAPPED AND BOUNDED. EACH DREAM HAD SOME SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE,
OR WAS AT LEAST SUSCEPTIBLE OF CLASSIFICATION UNDER SOME
SIGNIFICANT HEAD. DREAMS, AS A GENERAL RULE, WENT BY
CONTRARIES; BUT A DREAM THREE TIMES REPEATED WAS A CERTAIN
PORTENT OF THE THING DEFINED."

Where learned: NEW YORK ; COLLIER BOOKS ; PAGE 84

Subject headings: 686 Thirds / Thrice / Three / Triple
BELIEF -- Dreams

Date learned: 00-00-1969

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