The following article was written by the esteemed “dream master” Robert Moss – the pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dreamwork. I am not sure how to introduce the article to you while doing it justice because it contains so many visionary elements. How about you just dive in and you’ll see why I want to share it with you!

Far Memory of a Dream Priestess of Ancient Egypt
(From Dream Gates: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence, and Imagination by Robert Moss)

“Those who write from true imagination can take us where historical data cannot, into the Magic Library. To my mind, one of the most intriguing – and ironically, most reliable – published sources on the Egyptian way of dreaming is a book that was delivered to the world in the guise of fiction.


Joan Grant’s book Winged Pharaoh (first published in 1938) takes us into the possible reality of the First Dynasty and the dream training of a king’s daughter who becomes co-ruler of Egypt. As she explains in a memoir (Far Memory), the book came to Joan through “far memory” of a possible past life. After a short visit to Egypt, she was shown a collection of Egyptian scarabs in London. When she took the oldest in her hand, she saw vivid scenes of the time and place from which it had come, and then began talking as Sekeeta, the dreaming princess of her story.

We are dealing here with a visionary narrative that transcends the categories of fiction and nonfiction. The best word to describe it is the Greek term mythistorema, which could be translated as “mythic history” but which I would prefer to render as mythistory – in other words, a true history of something that may or may not have happened but always is…”

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