The work of the famous psychiatrist Sigmund Freud “The Interpreter of Dreams” is one of the most significant in modern psychology. If we compare his interpretation of dreams with the dream book of Wanga or Nostradamus, Freud interpreted the visions of the human subconscious based on psychological methods and knowledge. In his work, there is not a drop of esotericism and mysticism, which means that everything Freud writes about in his dream book comes from purely scientific research.
The great French astrologer, alchemist, and soothsayer Nostradamus earned worldwide recognition for his knowledge of the occult sciences. From a young age, Nostradamus was fond of esotericism and medicine.
The interpreter of dreams, created by an American entrepreneur and psychologist Gustav Hindman Miller has long become a classic of this genre. The very first edition dates back to the end of the 19th century. However, the dream book has not yet lost its popularity. It is used by millions of people who want to comprehend the secrets of their dreams.