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Update: Myths By Judson Smedley
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FROM Heresy Magazine 2 UPDATE: Myths 1. All beliefs are ultimately false to facts. Beliefs, however, change things. Humans can alter their beliefs beneficially. 2. Words have no intrinsic... More > meanings: at best, metaphors; at worst, liars’ tools. There are no "archetypes" except as intellectual boxes. 3. Mathematics is a language. Yet numbers do not really exist, except as figuring tools. 4. The truth appears paradoxical on many axes. 5. Time is more than one-dimensional. 6. Consciousness and the lifeforce comprise a fundamental paradox--similarly to matter and energy, and space and time--but in more dimensions. 7. Compassion is a healing force in those other dimensions. 8. There is no such thing as a force of evil either in or beyond nature, except as a destructive mental aberration readily explained behaviorally.< Less
Update: Myths By Judson Smedley
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FROM Heresy Magazine 2 UPDATE: Myths 1. All beliefs are ultimately false to facts. Beliefs, however, change things. Humans can alter their beliefs beneficially. 2. Words have no intrinsic... More > meanings: at best, metaphors; at worst, liars’ tools. There are no "archetypes" except as intellectual boxes. 3. Mathematics is a language. Yet numbers do not really exist, except as figuring tools. 4. The truth appears paradoxical on many axes. 5. Time is more than one-dimensional. 6. Consciousness and the lifeforce comprise a fundamental paradox--similarly to matter and energy, and space and time--but in more dimensions. 7. Compassion is a healing force in those other dimensions. 8. There is no such thing as a force of evil either in or beyond nature, except as a destructive mental aberration readily explained behaviorally.< Less
Classic Myths By Mary Catherine Judd
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A Book of Myths By Jean Lang
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MYth: Inflammation By Zelda Wang
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MYth: Inflammation Book I MYth is a collection of original short stories inspired by the classic Greek mythology. (Book reading from RIGHT to LEFT) Inflammation is the story about Hephaestus, the... More > god of fire and forges.< Less
Myth Shattering By Timothy Harada
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A semi-autobiographical novel about a young, punk rock kid in Wutherington Beach, Southern California. With his punk rock friends, he steals marijuana plants from his neighbors' backyards, smokes... More > them in the group's underground club house and shoplifts for munchies on a daily basis. However, on one summer afternoon, while trying to hide a large bag of marijuana in his apartment's garage, he discovers his dead father's revolutionary book collection. The things he reads in these books open his eyes wide to the nefarious history of the US government and the nefarious nature of its foreign and domestic policy. This awakening causes him to search for other like books, which further awaken him to the need for revolutionary change in his county. However, the more he learns, the more bewildered he becomes, and the more withdrawn he becomes from school and social life, until he is on the brink of total despair. What finally saves him are the books in his father's collection about Nichiren Buddhism.< Less
Myth Shattering By Timothy Harada
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A semi-autobiographical novel about a young, punk rock kid in Wutherington Beach, Southern California. With his punk rock friends, he steals marijuana plants from his neighbors' backyards, smokes... More > them in the group's underground club house and shoplifts for munchies on a daily basis. However, on one summer afternoon, while trying to hide a large bag of marijuana in his apartment's garage, he discovers his dead father's revolutionary book collection. The things he reads in these books open his eyes wide to the nefarious history of the US government and the nefarious nature of its foreign and domestic policy. This awakening causes him to search for other like books, which further awaken him to the need for revolutionary change in his county. However, the more he learns, the more bewildered he becomes, and the more withdrawn he becomes from school and social life, until he is on the brink of total despair. What finally saves him are the books in his father's collection about Nichiren Buddhism.< Less
The Resurrection Myth By Edward Kemper
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Trust yourself in matters of spiritual understanding, and be a reasonable person for your own good.
Monsters of Myth By The First Edition Society
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(Paperback) Monsters of Myth is in the tradition of the original Monster Manuals. This project was made possible by the release of OSRIC.
Myth Shattering By Timothy Harada
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A semi-autobiographical novel about a punk rock teenager in Wutherington Beach, Southern California. With his punk rock friends, he steals marijuana plants from his neighbor's backyards, smokes them... More > in the group's underground club house, and shop lifts for munchies on a daily basis. However, on one summer afternoon, while trying to hide a large bag of marijuana in his family's apartment's garage, he discovers his dead father's revolutionary book collection. The things he reads in these books open his eyes wide to the nefarious history of the US government and the nefarious nature of their foreign and domestic policy. This awakening causes him to search for other like books, which further awaken him to the need for revolutionary change in his county. However, the more he learns, the more bewildered he becomes, and the more withdrawn he becomes from school and social life, until he is on the brink of total despair. What finally saves him are the books in his father's collection about Buddhism.< Less

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