Spirit Visions: The Old Ones Speak

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Dennison Tsosie, a traditional Navajo silversmith and artist, began receiving spontaneous dreams and visions in 1986. Quite dramatically, Dennison was guided into a visionary world of prophetic teachings which shed light on missing pieces of history--from a multitude of past cultures to our own potential future.
For an unsophisticated man who wasn't interested in world events, Dennison was mystified over messages warning of earth changes, ...
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Overview

Dennison Tsosie, a traditional Navajo silversmith and artist, began receiving spontaneous dreams and visions in 1986. Quite dramatically, Dennison was guided into a visionary world of prophetic teachings which shed light on missing pieces of history--from a multitude of past cultures to our own potential future.
For an unsophisticated man who wasn't interested in world events, Dennison was mystified over messages warning of earth changes, political upheavals and war, alien abductions, and secret government coverups.
He was even more puzzled by references to the Holy Grail, the Mayans, the Order of Knights Templar, Goethe, and the Star Nations. He had never heard of these names, but his wife Teddi had, and she wrote down the amazing visions Dennison described "in case they might be important later."
Dennison Tsosie's visions and messages are universal...and speak to the hearts of all of us. They hold urgent warnings about the careless exploitation of Mother Earth, but also hope and excitement about the 'window' that is open right now for rapid spiritual and social awareness and growth.
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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
The idea of the spirit vision, that glimpse into the order of the universe by visionaries ranging from Native American shamans to Jewish kabbalists, unites many disparate streams of New Age spirituality. Here, a Navajo couple have produced a narrative of the husband's spirit visions that is filtered through the lens of contemporary New Age spirituality. Thus, Tsosie's visions often read more like supermarket tabloid spirituality, for they feature prophecies and visions about leprechauns, UFOs, ant people, crystals and crystal cities (like Oz) and ancient Gnostic scrolls. The result is a self-indulgent jumble of sensationalistic imageering. (Feb.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781577330028
  • Publisher: Blue Dolphin Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Pages: 388
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.86 (d)

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On November 14, Dennison related, "Today when I meditated, I just got a series of different scenes and impressions. For instance, I saw Washington state, the name Washington was printed on it. I strongly sensed something is going to happen there. I sensed a vibration there, maybe a rumbling.

"I was once again shown the Red Sea, and I saw submarines in there again. I saw Egypt, Africa, Saudia Arabia, and Israel was involved too.

"Our economy will get worse....They showed me lots of people out of work. Lots of industry laying off people, lots of businesses failing. Problems in the auto industry.

"There are going to be some problems in the White House. Something connected with the government. Perhaps a fight between politicians. I saw lots of fighting, almost a riot. I saw a big building and people outside really in an uproar, throwing things and yelling. I sensed it had something to do with politics, but strangely it felt like religion, too.

"There's a new energy coming in soon. It is an energy for change, change of systems, relationships, everything.

"I saw small groups of people; they were connected with each other, you know people with similar beliefs. They were fighting each other, each thinking they were right, that they had the Truth. They could be of benefit to each other, but they wouldn't help each other.

"There have been a lot of religious wars fought since the beginning of time. I sense there will be another religious war, maybe World War III. It will be the last religious war."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2003

    YES

    I have had the opportunity to meet with Dennison and Teddi before reading Spirit Visions ...all I can say is that they helped me to understand the unexplainable and after reading the book I know that they know that some things just happen and there is a part of you that feels as if you are going crazy ...but so many of us have dismissed the sometimes bizarre happenings of life and these folks have had the courage to write it for all to read ..Thank-you Dennison and Teddi for all you do ! Much love always =Cindy and Steve

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