Dreamtime

[Tangerine Dream song] Dreamtime is a single released by the band Tangerine Dream. ==Background== Dreamtime was released alongside the band`s live album 220 Volt Live in 1993. It contained 3 short tracks from the album, including the studio track Treasure of Innocence, a non album version of their cover of Purple Haze, and an alternate vers...
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Dreamtime

Mythical past of the Australian Aborigines, the basis of their religious beliefs and creation stories. In the Dreamtime, spiritual beings shaped the l ...
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Dreamtime

[musical] Dreamtime is an original musical by Jean Marc Cerrone and David Niles. It was created by Niles, based on an original story by Cerrone. Niles wrote the book for the musical. The show`s message is the power of love and dreams. Billed as a `New Broadway Musical Experience,` the show combined giant screen images in high definition wit...
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Dreamtime

Mythical past of the Australian Aborigines, the basis of their religious beliefs and creation stories. In the Dreamtime, spiritual beings shaped the land, the first people were brought into being and set in their proper territories, and laws and rituals were established. Belief in a creative spirit in the form of a huge snake, the Rainbow Serpent, ...
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Dreamtime

[audio drama] ==Plot== The TARDIS brings the Seventh Doctor, Ace and new companion Hex to a seemingly dead city floating among the stars, populated by statues that may once have been people. Most startling of all on the planetoid is the familiar sight of Uluru — Ayers Rock — the heart of the Dreamtime. ==Continuity== The Sixth Doctor me...
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Dreamtime

[disambiguation] Dreamtime is a theme in Indigenous Australian mythology. Dreamtime may also refer to: == Music == == Other uses == == See also == ...
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Dreamtime

In the animist framework of Australian Aboriginal mythology, Dreamtime is a place beyond time and space in which the past, present, and future exist wholly as one. Tribespeople could enter this alternate universe through dreams or various states of altered consciousness, as well as death, Dreamtime being considered the final destination before rei...
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Dreamtime

[Duerr book] Dreamtime: Concerning the Boundary between Wilderness and Civilization is an anthropological and philosophical study of the altered states of consciousness found in shamanism and European witchcraft written by German anthropologist Hans Peter Duerr. First published in 1978 by Syndikat Autoren-und Verlagsgesellschaft under the G...
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Dreamtime

[Daryl Hall song] Dreamtime is a single from singer/songwriter Daryl Hall (part of pop-rock duo Hall & Oates). Co-written by John Beeby, it was issued prior to the release of his second solo album, Three Hearts in the Happy Ending Machine. It was his debut single, and also his biggest hit as a solo performer, climbing the Billboard Hot 100 ...
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