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... is possessed by the desire for incestuous relations with his mother.2 Is the Oedipus legend, then, a myth, a poetic creation that sprang from the subconscious mind, based on no actual and specific historical happening? Was ... back to Mycenaean times, yet it was only a folk tale.7 But not every scholar subscribes to the mythological character of the story. H. J. Rose says in Modern Methods in Classical Mythology, "If some ... the various elements of the legend to determine which by their nature could be historical and which must be regarded as mythical, one would include in the second category the episode with the Sphinx who guarded the road to Thebes, who ...
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232. Thoth Vol II, No. 16: Oct 15, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... than the human species has existed. In order to accept this fantasy, they've also had to imagine that the myths of the ancients were not just fiction, but untrue, devoid of any meaning beyond symbolism. Because at face ... Velikovsky describes did occur, and if, moreover, they were remembered, as he says, in the world's mythologies, it could hardly be that the Greeks would have entirely forgotten this important identification, which alone provided the clue ... See "Symbols of an Alien Sky" pp. 71-94.) The comparative approach identifies a wide range of mythical images prompted by the appearance of Venus in this planetary configuration: Great Star, Great Comet Long-haired, fiery-haired goddess ...
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... besides, that a great portion of the objects belong to periods long past the ages of faith, when the myths were getting worn out, were moribund. Look, for a modern example, at the vile and fortuitous agglomerations ... our national school of portrait-daubing. And this gives occasion for a remark as to the present great boom in "mythology from the monuments." The value of this line of illustration is of course indubitable, but it has its ... thus resemble a sort of Castor and Pollux, and both became Christian Welsh saints. (Some of the Welsh mythic names in El may disclose to us more than we expect.) THE OBELISK. If the Menhir be, ...
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234. Discussion [Journals] [Aeon]
... birth) of the planet. What I would admonish against, in this instance, is the interpretation of the myth which claims that Ares was born from the thigh of Zeus as the expulsion of the planet from the core of ... data cannot be valid as compared to the reference of currently popular theory, Science simply consigns the record to "mythology" and defines that body of literature as the product of human imagination, without basis in observational fact. Mr ... any Tower of Babel-like episode, there is little doubt that, as Sammer pointed out, an intriguing nexus of mythical motifs appears to be associated with Mercury, including private property, theft, trade, writing, memory, intelligence ...
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... From: The Atlantis Myth by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents Title Page | Ch. 1 | Ch. 2 | Ch. 3 | Ch. 4 | Ch. 5 | Ch. 6 | ... surviving culture bearers moved away de-centrally, to Europe, Africa, and America. Spence found Atlantis a still largely mythological notion and left it an historically tangible one. Since about 360 BC, when Plato told of its existence, ... Atlantis myth has had life, and nothing has been able to undo it. It is phoenix-like: again and again it has been championed by some, and disproved by others; apparently reasoned out of the world it has returned ...
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236. Apollo and the Planet Mars [Journals] [Aeon]
... relation between the two archer-gods. There are indications, moreover, that Reseph played the role of dragon-slayer in Ugaritic myth, much like Apollo in the Delphic myth of the Python. In the Ugaritic Text 1001, for example, ... a derivation hardly seemed satisfactory. W. Max Muller, for example, a leader of the solar school of mythology and firm believer in the solar nature of Apollo, observed: "The ancients derived Apollon from apollonai in the ... association of Heracles and Apollo with pillars and pillar worship has led several scholars to compare such traditions to the widespread mythical theme of a World Pillar. Cook, for example, makes the following surmise: "It might be maintained ...
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237. The Woman Who Wondered (Prof. Dr. Hertha von Dechend) [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... html), she's most often associated with her co-authorship with Giorgio de Santillana of Hamlet's Mill: An Essay on Myth and the Frame of Time (Boston: Gambit, Inc., 1969). Of course she accomplished much ... scale, and the alphabet. A book-cover blurb quoting the French savant, Charles François Dupuis, that: "Mythology is the work of science; science alone will explain it," is well-intentioned window dressing, and only suggests ... more. Frau Von Dechend undertook a revised, second edition in (Die Mühle des Hamlet. Ein Essay über Mythos und das Gerüst der Zeit, Berlin: Kammerer und Unverzagt, 1993), but a possible English translation is ...
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... 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Polar Myths: The Navels 1.THE NAVELS. THE self-styled Middle-Kingdom of the Chinese is familiar to all the world, ... well, both stones were identical. It was the terrestrial counterpart of the celestial heim-dall, the home-stone of Norse mythology. The hideous English "ornamints f' yir fiyer-stove" were once, doubtless, holy ritualistic hearth-decorations and the ... sisterhood that hawk them about are a warning to us of what the Vestal virgins had to come-down to. Then the focus, was in the centre of the primitive enclosure (herctum), and later in the centre of the ...
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239. A Word about the Planetary Debate [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Milton and Alfred De Grazia, Solaria Binaria (Princeton, 1984). 6. David Talbott, The Saturn Myth (New York, 1980). 7. Articles and papers in KRONOS, AEON. 8. Articles and ... Point Three is the data. We agree that there are essentially two major kinds in this debate, cosmological and mythological. Turning first to the cosmological, I believe that there is almost certain cosmological proof for recent solar system catastrophism ... data, which means given, but Wescott urges that nothing in mythology is given. It is taken by the mythologist, so Wescott prefers to call each separate body of evidence capta, in that it is picked and so formed ...
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240. Untitled [Journals]
... ] Beal, Alasdair N.: Einstein and Relativity [Review V1996n1] Beggs, Allan: Exploring the Saturn Myth [Workshop W1994no1] Bethell, Tom: Darwin's Unfalsifiable Theory [Kronos Vol0704] Bietak, Prof Manfred: Isis ... Assyrian History: the Black Hole' [Review V1998n1] Aitchison, J. E.: Pleiades in Aboriginal Mythology [Workshop Vol0503] Anderson, John Lynde and George W Spangler: Radiometric Dating: is the "Decay Constant ... , Dwardu: Problem of the Frozen Mammoths [Kronos Vol0104] Cardona, Dwardu: Reflective Canopy Model and the Mytho-historical Record [Aeon Vol0404] Cardona, Dwardu: Rites of Moloch [Kronos Vol0903] Cardona, Dwardu: River ...
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