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The Royal Book Of Dreams From An Ancient And Curious Manuscript | by Raphael



It was towards the latter part of the summer of 182-, that I had occasion to traverse through the county of Somerset, upon a tour, partly of pleasure, and partly for scientific purposes. While sojourning for a few days in the vicinity of Bristol, I resolved to visit some of its most picturesque scenery; and, accordingly, I pursued my track along the western side of the river Avon, determined to trace once more the scenes of my youth, especially the extensive domains of the ancient manor hard by (denominated "the manor of Abbot's Leigh"), which, independent of the recollections imprinted on my mind, as being the chief theatre of my youthful "enactions" I well knew contained many rich objects of antiquarian research, well worthy the notice of the pedestrian who is attached to the memory and usages of the "olden time." To roe, I need scarcely add, the recollections the well-known scenery inspired, were fraught with the intensest interest...

TitleThe Royal Book Of Dreams From An Ancient And Curious Manuscript
AuthorRaphael
PublisherE. Wilson
Year1830
Copyright1830, E. Wilson
AmazonThe Royal Book Of Dreams From An Ancient And Curious Manuscript

By Raphael, "The Astrologer Of The Nineteenth Century," Whose Family formerly raided upon his ample domains.

London, April, 1830.

The Royal Book Of Dreams 1The Royal Book Of Dreams 2
-The Royal Book Of Dreams
To Philip John Miles, Esq., M.P. Lord Of The Ancient Manor Of Abbots' Leigh And Proprietor Of The Mansion Where The Manuscript Hereafter Treated Of Was First Discovered, This Singular But Authentic Tr...
-A Brief Account Of The Singular Manner In Which The Manuscript Was Discovered
It was towards the latter part of the summer of 182-, that I had occasion to traverse through the county of Somerset, upon a tour, partly of pleasure, and partly for scientific purposes. While sojourn...
-A Brief Account Of The Singular Manner In Which The Manuscript Was Discovered. Part 2
Here, thought I, is the very place I am in search of, the identical thing I want. A haunted house, and, no doubt, some marvellous legend of deep and awful interest, worth the recording. Why, as ye...
-A Brief Account Of The Manner In Which The Manuscript Was Discovered. Part 3
I remember well, when I was a youth, wandering over the mansion, exploring, with boyish eagerness, the wonders of its stately chambers, filled with ponderous cabinets, gilded and gorgeous to the sight...
-A Short Essay On Dreaming; With A Succinct Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns
The phenomena of dreaming has exercised the ingenuity of mankind in all ages, and various have been the theories invented to account for it. Epicurus fancied that an infinite number of subtle images,...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 2
I may here observe, that it has been the opinion of all ranks and denominations of men, in all ages and nations, among Heathens, Jews, Mahometans, and Christians, that the Divine Being doth make known...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 3
These relations are also recorded in the holy scriptures. Several of them have been attended with the most important consequences in the history of mankind; and they are also so interwoven with the sa...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 4
Cambysbs dreamed that his crown touched the heaven, and that he sat in his brother Smeidis's royal seat, which was an omen of his death. The favourite of Ptolomie Alexander, being hurt with a poisone...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 5
The Syrians and Phoenicians who were in his army, were persuaded that the wrath of this prince was so great, that he would certainly punish the high priest after an exemplary manner, and destroy that...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 6
Numerous modern instances of prophetic dreams might be here recited, and those too well testified by creditable witnesses. Monsieur Calignan, Chancellor of Navarre, was esteemed a man of singular virt...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 7
In the night of the 11th of May, 1812, Mr. Williams, of Scorrior House, near Redruth, in Cornwall, awoke his wife, and, exceedingly agitated, told her that he had dreamed that he was in the lobby of t...
-An Account of Several Famous Dreams Of The Ancients And Moderns. Part 8
Mr. R - d was strongly impressed with the belief that his father had, by a form of process peculiar to the law of Scotland, purchased those lands from the titular, and therefore that the present prose...
-The Method Of Working The Signs In The Book Of Dreams, In Order To Obtain A Correct And Oracular Answer As To Their Presages: According To The Precepts Of The Ancient Manuscript Before Spoken Of
WHOSOENER THOU art, into whose hands these researches the art of divining, by the visions of the night shall fortune to fell, KNOW WELLthat they are neither light, vain, nor frivolous, but the wearis...
-The Method Of Working The Signs In Order To Obtain A Correct And Oracular Answer As To Their Presages: According To The Precepts Of The Ancient Manuscript Before Spoken Of. Continued
But note, that due care must be taken to notice the Signs rightly - that is, the order of the first and second Signs, for the answer otherwise differs: that is to say, not to mistake in placing No. 2,...
-The Royal Book Of Dreams: The Thirty-Two Rolls Of Oracles
The First Roll Of Oracles. Hieroglyphical Emblems Signs. ARIES, 1. 2 The interpretation of thy dream is this, that thy fete is about to undergo a p...
-The Royal Book Of Dreams: The Thirty-Two Rolls Of Oracles. Part 2
The Sixth Roll Of Oracles. Hieroglyphical Emblems Sign. LUNA. Be warned! the orbs above indicate signs of guile and dissimulation. ...
-The Royal Book Of Dreams: The Thirty-Two Rolls Of Oracles. Part 3
The Twelfth Roll Of Oracles. Hieroglyphical Emblems Sign. MERCURIUS 1. 2 If this dream was dreamed on a Friday night, from sunset to the rising of th...
-The Royal Book Of Dreams: The Thirty-Two Rolls Of Oracles. Part 4
The Eighteenth Roll Of Oracles. Hieroglyphical Emblems Signs. JUNO. 1. 2. This is a dream that forebodes imprisonment, or some change for the worst...
-The Royal Book Of Dreams: The Thirty-Two Rolls Of Oracles. Part 5
The Twenty-Four Roll Of Oracles. Hieroglyphical Emblems Sign. DIANA. 1. 2. Were the horoscope of the dreamer to be cast, it would prophesy some comin...
-The Royal Book Of Dreams: The Thirty-Two Rolls Of Oracles. Part 6
The Twenty-Ninth Roll Of Oracles. Hieroglyphical Emblems Sign. FORTUNA. 1. 2. The dream is a sure and certain omen of a funeral among relations withi...
-Lord Byron in the World of Spirits. A Vision
With what astonishment did I behold, as the feeble rays of a small lamp fell in silence upon the broad gloomy pannels of my apartment, that I was once more in the hall of my ancestors. I could but dim...
-Lord Byron in the World of Spirits. A Vision. Continued
I was about, indeed, to realize all that my heart had ever sighed for - to mingle with the elements - to become a part of the pervading spirit of nature. My soul, loathing the dark vil-lanies of man, ...
-The Method Of Resolving The Interpretations In The Book Of Dreams, By The Science Of Geomancy
As many of my readers may prefer this more scientific mode of ancient divination, I subjoin the process of casting the sephromantic signs by the georaanic art. Problem I. To Cast A Figure Of Geomancy...
-Problem II. To Find The Sephromatic Signs
Take the right witness and write it down, and divide the judge into half; then, if the number of points in the first half be event mark down two ciphers, but, if odd, one, which will give an additiona...
-The Ancient Book Of Destiny
A Right Curious, Sage, and Entertaining Work; Containing The ORACLE Of Pythagoras, The Most Wise Philosopher, Founded en the Hidden Mysteries of Numbers, but rendered Facile and Easy to the Mean...







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