Dominantly wackaddo but little-remembered Simon-Kirby collaboration THE STRANGE WORLD OF YOUR DREAMS contained, among its quasi-horror stories, dreams allegedly sent in by readers for analysis by Richard Temple, the man who invented temples.
|Yeah, I have the same life ... DREAM, I meant, dream!|
The solutions to the dream analysis is pretty familiar from ending to ending, being something typically along the lines of "Stop trying to fill; your life with hopes and dreams, embrace the material." I say that and I'm sure it sounds facetious, but I'm on Richard Temple's side. I mean, the man invented temples, if it weren't for him we wouldn't know what our bodies were and our glasses would poke into our skulls and touch our brains!