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I removed a link to Category:Religion from the "See also" section, because I felt it was redundant: articles in the same category are related to one another by definition. However, I can't find anything relevant in the Manual of Style.
Simon 16:56, 3 Feb 2005 (UTC)
Native American Vision Quests
The Native American's would go on vision quests. They would be out in the elements around four days. It was a means to gain insight on what Grandfather(God) would have them do. I have yet to go on my vision quest, but hopefully Grandfather will lead me and give me the endurance necessary to accomplish this very spiritual undertaking. --Bumpusmills1 00:53, 29 December 2005 (UTC)
Since it's under religion as in historical, I've removed the fictional links. If they go back, I suggest the proper reference identifies them, as in Lego's Bionicle. Also I've returned the category - it may seem redundant but a lot of obvious categories do, don't they? It's so that when you clickk on that link you get all the relevant pages in a list.Julia Rossi 22:58, 14 July 2007 (UTC)
I have commented out the Nat Turner entry. Nat Turner's "vision" as described doesn't seem to meet the definition as it was in fact a solar eclipse that he saw - unless that in addition triggered a visionary experience that does meet the definition. If so, that should be clearly stated. Cgingold (talk) 22:06, 1 April 2012 (UTC)
Eden Alexander the what?
The Neuroscience Section mentions him, but the article bearing the name suggests several people that are related that share the name have studied Neuroscience and/or Neurosurgery. It's confusing as which one it is that made the claim mentioned in the article that visions are related to metaphysical phenomenon. Unless they all have said it;- in which case, the section could be expanded, or if not, made more specific and tailored to reduce confusion.