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Author: Michael Ortiz Hill
ISBN: 0882145568
Pages: 210 pages
Publisher: Spring Publications; 2nd edition (September 28, 2004)
Language: English
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e-Book Dreaming the End of the World: Apocalypse as a Rite of Passage epub download

by Michael Ortiz Hill



Michael Ortiz Hill looks closely into one hundred end-of-world dreams and uncovers the myths ruling our fears and hopes.

Michael Ortiz Hill looks closely into one hundred end-of-world dreams and uncovers the myths ruling our fears and hopes. I invite the reader to the wilderness, to the beginning of the apocalyptic rite of passage. I Michael Ortiz Hill looks closely into one hundred end-of-world dreams and uncovers the myths ruling our fears and hopes.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Ortiz Hill looks closely into one hundred end-of-world dreams and uncovers the myths ruling our fears and hopes. Dreaming the End of the World: Apocalypse as a Rite of Passage Paperback – September 28, 2004. by Michael Ortiz Hill (Author).

His first book, Dreaming the End of the World: Apocalypse as a Rite of Passage (Spring Publications) . In 1992, Ortiz Hill was in Los Angeles at the bedside of a dying friend when the city was consumed in the civil unrest following the Rodney King verdict

In 1992, Ortiz Hill was in Los Angeles at the bedside of a dying friend when the city was consumed in the civil unrest following the Rodney King verdict. This led him to apply the insights he gleaned from examining apocalyptic dreams to racial, specifically, white people's dreams about black people and black people's dreams about white people.

Michael Ortiz Hill looks closely into one hundred end-of-world dreams and uncovers the myths . I offer this book with a single caveat: Beware the seduction of the image, mine and others, for the myth of apocalypse seeks to enthrall us into an epic fiction with very real consequences.

MICHAEL ORTIZ HILL is a registered nurse, a Buddhist practitioner, and an initiated medicine man with tribal people of Zimbabwe. The core of his spiritual practice has been the refinement and activity of compassion. He is the author of Dreaming the End of the World: Apocalypse as a Rite of Passage; Twin from Another Tribe: The Story of Two Shamanic Healers in Africa and North America; and The Village of the Water Spirits: The Dreams of African-Americans (both books with Mandaza Kandemwa). He is also the author of Conspiracies of Kindness: The Craft of Compassion at the Bedside of the Ill, and.

Find nearly any book by Michael Ortiz Hill. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Gathering in the Names: A Journey into the Land of African Gods. by Michael Ortiz Hill, Augustine Kandemwa. ISBN 9781882670239 (978-1-882670-23-9) Softcover, Spring Journal, 2002. Find signed collectible books: 'Gathering in the Names: A Journey into the Land of African Gods'.

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MICHAEL ORTIZ HILL is the author of Dreaming the End of the World: Apocalypse as a Rite of Passage (Spring Publications, Fall 2003) and with Augustine Kandemwa, Gathering in the Names: a Journey Into the Land of African Gods. Spring Audio and Journal, 2002). His essays on peacemaking and healing are posted at ww. atheringin. More articles by:Michael Hill.

Ortiz Hill looks closely into one hundred end-of-world dreams and uncovers the myths ruling our fears and hopes. In his foreword to this new edition, Ortiz Hill calls September 11, 2001 "the blade of initiation, dividing who we were from who we are called to be . . . I invite the reader to the wilderness, to the beginning of the apocalyptic rite of passage . . . I offer this book with a single caveat: Beware the seduction of the image, mine and others, for the myth of apocalypse seeks to enthrall us into an epic fiction with very real consequences. Beware the fascination with what is larger than life, this vulgar Passion Play that would crucify the world."