Very Good. 272 p. Exploring the fascination with angels, dreams and near-death experiences, this book traces their origins to Zoroastrian, Hebraic, Christian and Sufi traditions. The author shows that our current obsessions are a basic part of our intellectual and cultural past, as well as our present.
Very Good in Fine jacket. 8vo. 253pp. Or green cloth in jacket. Light toning to page edges and margins, faint shadow of prev owners bookplate on front free endpaper. Explores the link between angels, prophetic dreams and near-death experiences. Looks at the origins of angels and prophetic dreams in the Hebraic, Christian and Sufi traditions.
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