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... The Chronicler's Tale 12 II. The Figure in Finland 26 III. The Iranian Parallel 36 IV. History, Myth and Reality 43 Intermezzo: A Guide for the Perplexed 56 V. The Unfolding in India 76 VI. Amlodhi's ... [1964], vol. 1, p. 745): "the repulsive myth."]. Mythology seems to have been a careful science in those circles. If it is decided to credit the message, one ... led to consider a number of similar stories, some of them collected by Jacob Grimm, but the bulk by Mannhardt [n5 J. Grimm, TM, pp. 453n., 1413f.; cf. pp. 989 ...
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62. The Saturn Thesis (Part 3) [Journals] [Aeon]
... a few months ago, for example, that our long-standing challenge to critics- to find a widely-repeated theme of myth that is not predicted by the model- may leave the question unfocused in the minds of many readers. While ... by the model, it may be too easy for folks to respond that they are not expert enough in comparative mythology to find the instances that refute the general claim of the theory. So the issue will be left open and ... Mesopotamia is pre-cisely that which I had previously deduced from entirely different lines of evidence- different words, symbols and mythical elaborations- in analyzing the Egyptian imagery. Either this is an outrageously un-likely accident or it is due to the ...
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63. The Two Faces of Love [Books] [de Grazia books]
... when we ask why Aphrodite Urania cannot have been Athena, or Ishtar, or another goddess. TURBULENT BIRTH IN MYTHS AND REALITY The later myth might have both confusing and clarifying elements, confusing in its resemblances to the Uranian episode ... scenario from the fully sublimated painting by Botticelli of a tender, beautiful Aphrodite riding upon the sea-shell. In Sumerian mythology, the god of the aether, Enlil, who can be compared with Uranus, separates the interlocked Earth Mother ... Father-Nammu, and then creates the Moon god, Nanna. Among the thousands of verses of the Rig Vedas of ancient India there is an allusion to the birth of the Moon, which is not among those presented in my other ...
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... absolve or trivialize the brutality and debauchery of Nazism and its promulgators. Over the past fifty years, the Hitler myth has grown in both fact and fiction. (28) The man whose shadow once covered the Earth still casts ... years in Vienna, one of Hitler's favorite books was Legends of the Gods and Heroes: The Treasures of Germanic Mythology. (138) And, from a purely personal standpoint, Hitler "wanted to be seen as a heroic ... straight out of German history books". (139) By the 1930s his wish was granted. Paintings by H. Lanzinger and K. Stauber portray Hitler as either a Medieval knight, "the bearer of a new cross ...
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65. Thoth Vol III, No. 17: Dec 15, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... In accord with this, the data of the Saturn Theory are the words, written and spoken, of the myths of all cultures, their ritual and cultural contexts, linguistic associations and etymologies, and the associated artistic expressions such ... of the mytho-historical record rather than through astrophysical considerations. I will only say in passing that, other than its mythological content, the mytho- historical record also incorporates the world-wide astronomical beliefs of our ancient forefathers, and that these ... coincide with their mytho-religious convictions. Ancient astronomical beliefs can therefore be considered together with mythology as a unified whole regardless of the fact that what comes to light in an in-depth research of such subjects ends up describing a Solar System that ...
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66. On Method [Books] [de Grazia books]
... even with "depth" psychology. Jung ends with mental archetypes, Freud with the oedipal complex. These are myths, scientific myths to be sure insofar as they are objective in their formulations, which advance evidence, but such ... , but is mitigated by the more confident assurance of the teaching authorities that the process is fully rational, not mythological or conventional in any way or form. The scientific petitioner, assuming that he has a truth which, if ... put aside the subjectivities of their patients (the myth-makers and myth-preservers ) and discuss the infinitely varied product of the mythic mind as if it were bubbling up randomly and without reference to objective reality. Human obsessive-compulsive behavior has causes; ...
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... " (JEA 79, Ann Macy Roth) The resurrection of the corn god, a scene from Mayan creation myth." "Discovered...oldest intact Mayan mural ever seen." (Vancouver Sun newspaper insert, ... needs to explain. I first became aware of an opening of the mouth connection while researching the literature on the mythology and rites of the Maya. [1 ] In a major work by D. Freidel et al., ... words myth' and mouth' .. .[ and] the primacy of the mouth with respect to the mythical structure" and that it is somehow connected to the heart. As Gebser notes: "the Gospel of St ...
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68. The Cosmic String of Pearls [Journals] [Aeon]
... might call the "axioms of mythology." One of these is the understanding that the visual templates of the myths- the graphical imagery evoked in the stories, such as the descriptions of the gods and their landscapes- are ... Volume VI, Number 4 Home | Issue Contents The Cosmic String of Pearls Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs The New Mythology The quest for the lost origins of world mythology can be resolved with the help of a relatively small number of ... Once you begin to focus on the pictures implied by the myths, an unmistakable pattern reveals itself in which all mythical "contradictions" are resolved. A second guideline of major importance is the notion that the myths are preoccupied with ...
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... whole nations "erased" terrifying cosmic cataclysms and buried them so deeply in their unconscious that when they appeared in myths and folklore they were read as allegories or metaphors rather than as the cataclysmic experiences themselves. (3 ) But ... myth itself. Susanne K. Langer, in her Philosophy in a New Key, refutes the doctrine that "mythology is essentially the work of epic poets." She writes: "The making' of mythology by creative bards ... only a metamorphosis of world-old and universal ideas." (4 ) Obviously the violence, inconstancy, and general turmoil- prominent features in so many myths and legends- hardly needed a poetic structure to make them "universal" experiences. ...
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... mythic personalities were wolf-nourished when they were actually "light-fed" or supported or nurtured by light. Thus the Latin myth of Romulus and Remus being nursed in their infancy by a wolf assumes the shape of historic fact when viewed as ... CD-Rom Home Canopy Skies of Ancient Man Celestial Records of the Orient Eden's Flaming Sword A Glance at Compartive Mythology Golden Age Canopy The Heavens and Earth of Prehistoric Man The Misread Record or The Deluge and its Cause Mythic Mountains The ... of Truth Mythic Mountains Isaac Vail THE WOLF MOUNTAIN, MOUNT LYCAEUS or BRIGHT MOUNTAIN Lyceon was a name in Greek for a light spirit. "Lukae" is light and "Lukos" is wolf, and in this day far ...
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