Talk:Vision (spirituality)

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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[edit]

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)

Fictions[edit]

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)

Nat Turner?[edit]

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)