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After the third dream, Sophocles decided to report it to the Aeropagus. A search was made, and both the sacred object and the culprit were found. Harriet Tubman frequently had dreams and visions of routes to take along the Underground Railroad. She once was leading four men down a country road and fell into a brief sleep, during which she was shown a river to cross and a cabin in which to hide.
They soon came to a river, and on the other side was a cabin where a black family took in the runaways. The discovery of the white buffalo came about in a similar way. The animal was born to a farmer in Janesville, Wisconsin, in Thinking that something was wrong with it, he kept it hidden. One day, two trucks pulled up.
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Indians got out and asked if the white buffalo was on this farm. They had driven from North Dakota, following only the guidance from nightly dreams as to what roads to take each day. Thousands have since made the journey to see the white buffalo and its white offspring. These native Indians as well as Tubman came from cultures in which dreams were highly respected.
Although Sophocles himself did not believe in dreams, he too belonged to a culture that valued them and could receive their guidance. Swiss psychiatrist C. Jung had a series of powerful visions and dreams that preceded World War I, but, lacking the cultural template for recognizing them, he mistook them for personal dreams.
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