I Dreamed About A Dead Writer (An Author Highlight)

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I dreamed I was standing in front of a giant leather-bound journal with a doorknob. An elderly woman appeared by the door.

“Welcome to the sacred knowledge,” The woman announced.

I woke up from this dream right as the door opened. I’ve seen the woman before on the internet: Dolores Cannon. The leather-bound door from my dream almost looked like the journal on the cover of Cannon’s book (no key though): The Search for Hidden Sacred Knowledge.

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The Search for Hidden Sacred Knowledge (Amazon) (Goodreads)

This was before I’ve read the book and created the book review about it.

At first, I thought she was still alive during the time I had the dream.

Nope.

I’ve discovered later she passed away in 2014. I had the dream in 2015. So yeah, I’ve dreamed about a dead writer. It’s kind of cool and creepy at the same time.

Who was Dolores Cannon?

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Author Dolores Cannon (1931-2014) via Collective Evolution

Dolores Cannon was a past life regression hypnotherapist. She worked with her husband helping clients with common problems with fears, addiction, and weight issues. She didn’t get into past life sessions until one hypnotized client recalled her past life as a 1920s flapper. After this eventful meeting, she dove deeper into the study of past lives, wrote books on the subject, and established her own publication company: The Ozark Mountain Publishing. Cannon lived in Arkansas.

Which topics Cannon covers in her books? 

  • Past lives
  • UFO/Aliens
  • Atlantis/Lemuria
  • Life on other planets
  • Nostradamus’ prophecies
  • The world’s mysterious sites (Bermuda Triangle, Stonehenge, etc.)
  • Jesus
  • The Essenes

How many books she has written?

According to Dolores Cannon’s Latest Books, she has written nineteen. A few more are listed on her page on Paper Back Swap.

How did she pass away?

Honestly, I only found vague answers. Some websites only mention she had an “accident”, recovered shortly in a hospital, but passed away eventually in her sleep.

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To sum things up, I thank Dolores Cannon for recommending her books in my dreams. The metaphysical topics she uncovers match perfectly with my interests!

UFOs? Sweet!

Past lives in Atlantis? Heck yes!

I might as well read all of her books!

Have you met any dead authors in your dreams?

 

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Author Highlight: Zecharia Sitchin

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Author Profile Tibits

  • Zecharia Sitchin was born on July 11, 1920 in Azerbajan Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR), raised in Palestine,  and died in New York City on October 9, 2010. He was ninety years old.
  • Attended the University of London studying economics
  • Worked as an editor and journalist in Israel
  • Stationed at the Allied Command in Jerusalem during WWII
  • Studied Sumerian cuneiform on his own
  • Published The 12th Planet, the first book of the Earth Chronicles series, in 1976

According to Sitchin’s official website, October 9 is “Annual Sitchin Studies” Day. I haven’t read any of his books yet but he has been mentioned numerous times in the TV series Ancient Aliens and Spirit Science’s “Human History Movie”. Basically, Sitchin believed (after studying certain Sumerian text for thirty years) humans were created by the Anunnaki, an ancient alien race from the distant planet Nibiru. They came to Earth to retrieve gold to restore their planet’s failing atmosphere. Mining gold wasn’t going to be easy by themselves so they created humans to do the work for them.

Critics had a blast ripping this theory apart.

I have requested Sitchin’s The 12th Planet from the library about a month ago. It’ll take a while since the book has to be transferred from an out-of-state library. I’m a patient girl and I have billions of other books I’m reading at the moment!

If you read The 12th Planet or any other books written by Zecharia Sitchin, please do share your experiences.  ^_^

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