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The Nagualist Newsletter and Open Forum / Issue 2 August / September 1994
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A DREAMING CHALLENGE

Find the hidden Newsletter.

Because Carlos had said the members of his party write their books in dreaming, I decided to see if I could find a copy of the newsletter in dreaming and get some ideas for the first issue. Since then I have found a bizarre assortment of all kinds of newsletters, including the first issue of Nagualist. Unfortunately, the typesetter had shifted his keying up and to the right, and it was unreadable. The general size and color were all I could see.

I'm challenging readers to try it. The only thing I can recall like this from Carlos' books is his search for antiques while at the second gate. The one he found turned out to be a scout. Hey, maybe a scout will masquerade as a newsletter! If that happens, does it mean we have to include one in the next issue? How do you fold a scout, do they like staples? At any rate, looking for specific things in dreaming is fun. I suggest reading any newsletters you find. I saw a good recipe in one of them. I believe it was for blackbird pie.

I extend this challenge primarily to the women dreamers. Men seem to need to follow the steps they have been given and I wouldn't want anyone wasting time because of this newsletter. Of course, if you spot the newsletter laying on the ground, it couldn't hurt to take a look. Remember, as the assemblage point returns to normal the memory can change or seem irrational. Report whatever you can remember. Even where you found it would be interesting. The paper color you're looking at right now came from dreaming, maybe we can find more. 

Nagualist Newsletter and Open Forum / Issue 2 Aug. /Sept. 1994