Valencia, Heather; Kent, Rolly. Valencia, Heather, Religion, Yaqui Indians, Yaqui Indians. New York : Simon & Schuster.
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From earliest childhood Heather Valencia had vivid, precognitive dreams. In one of them, she would travel to a pre-Columbian world to join a mysterious, powerful spiritual leader. When she grew older, Heather married and raised a son, but her dreams continued and she found herself increasingly drawn to the desert of southern Arizona. This is the true story of Heather Valencia's journey to Yaqui, and her experiences with Anselmo Valencia, the spiritual leader of the Yaqui people and Heather's future husband. Heather describes her passionate love affair with Anselmo, her discovery of the rich Yaqui spiritual tradition under Amselmo's guidance, her otherworldly spiritual explorations, and her mystical activities with the powerful circle of Dreaming Women.
Queen of Valencia: Oh, please this isn't Game of Thrones.
On the band's seventh album, A Head Full of Dreams, Chris Martin and company nervously creep onto the dancefloor, like boys at a junior high school prom, determined to unleash the boogie, white man's overbite be damned. Thus "Adventure of a Lifetime," the first single, which puts a classic disco beat - percolating bassline, hissing high-hat, hand claps - behind Martin's tremulous falsetto.