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Indian Mythology By John Wesley Powell
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Sketch of the Mythology of the North American Indians. Note: The First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is included in the text!
The Fairy Mythology By Thomas Keightley
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The Fairy Mythology ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE Romance and Superstition of Various Countries; BY Thomas Keightley. Author of the Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy; Histories of Greece, Rome, England,... More > and India, The Crusaders, &c., &c. Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still;Nor never can they have their fill,As they were wedded to them DRAYTON. A NEW EDITION, REVISED AND GREATLY ENLARGED LONDON: GEORGE BELL & SONS, YORK ST., COVENT GARDEN, AND NEW YORK. 1892.< Less
The Australian Outback: The History and Mythology of the Land Down Under By Robin Bell
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Take a journey through space and time to discover the history, exploration, culture, traditions, myths and lifestyle of the Australian Outback from pre-history to tomorrow.
Bulfinch’s Mythology: The Age of Fable By Thomas Bulfinch
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Bulfinch's Mythology is a collection of the works of Thomas Bulfinch, named after him and published after his death. Bulfinch expressly intended his work to be for the general reader. In the preface... More > to The Age of Fable he stated "Our work is not for the learned, nor for the theologian, nor for the philosopher, but for the reader of English literature, of either sex, who wishes to comprehend the allusions so frequently made by public speakers, lecturers, essayists, and poets, and those which occur in polite conversation.< Less
The Mythology of the World Axis; Exploring the Role of Plasma in World Mythology By Marinus Anthony Van der Sluijs
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Towards the end of the Stone Age, the sky was ablaze with awe-inspiring forms not seen today. Dominant among these was a towering, life-like pillar of light stretching from near the horizon to high... More > up into space - the tree of life, the world mountain, the ladder to heaven. This message is heard in virtually every ancient society on earth, but while this 'world axis' is familiar enough to scholars, little sense could be made of the stories. The most conspicuous feature of the ancient cosmologies also remained the most elusive. From a modern scientific perspective, such traditional accounts no longer sound preposterous. Our growing knowledge of devastating events in recent earth history substantiates the possibility that prehistoric people witnessed a violent and prolonged display of high-energy auroras. This colourful book is an edited slideshow intended as an accessible 'appetiser' for a forthcoming monograph about traditions of the world axis.< Less
The Mythology of the World Axis; Exploring the Role of Plasma in World Mythology By Marinus Anthony Van der Sluijs
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Towards the end of the Stone Age, the sky was ablaze with awe-inspiring forms not seen today. Dominant among these was a towering, life-like pillar of light stretching from near the horizon to high... More > up into space - the tree of life, the world mountain, the ladder to heaven. This message is heard in virtually every ancient society on earth, but while this 'world axis' is familiar enough to scholars, little sense could be made of the stories. The most conspicuous feature of the ancient cosmologies also remained the most elusive. From a modern scientific perspective, such traditional accounts no longer sound preposterous. Our growing knowledge of devastating events in recent earth history substantiates the possibility that prehistoric people witnessed a violent and prolonged display of high-energy auroras. This colourful book is an edited slideshow intended as an accessible 'appetiser' for a forthcoming monograph about traditions of the world axis.< Less
Jung’s Psychotherapy: the Psychological & Mythological Methods By Andreas Sofroniou
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This presentation of Jung’s psychotherapy is intended to give a condensed picture and an introduction to his extensive publications and method of therapy. Jung popularised the terms... More > ‘introvert and extravert’, interpreted the deeper conscious levels, and established psychotherapy as the treatment of disorders. His theory of ‘psychic energy’ emphasised a final point of view as against a purely causal one. His discovery and exploration of the ‘collective unconscious’, with its ‘archetypes’ was an impersonal substratum underlying the ‘personal unconscious’; the concept of the psyche as a ‘self-regulating system’ expressing itself in the process of ‘individualisation’. Jung's latter work included dreams and drawings interpretation, symbolism, myths, historical antecedents, physics… Thus, Jung’s work has become of great importance for medicine, psychology, anthropology, religion, art, history, literature, etc…< Less
Jung’s Psychotherapy: the Psychological & Mythological Methods By Andreas Sofroniou
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This presentation of Jung’s psychotherapy is intended to give a condensed picture and an introduction to his extensive publications and method of therapy. Jung popularised the terms... More > ‘introvert and extravert’, interpreted the deeper conscious levels, and established psychotherapy as the treatment of disorders. His theory of ‘psychic energy’ emphasised a final point of view as against a purely causal one. His discovery and exploration of the ‘collective unconscious’, with its ‘archetypes’ was an impersonal substratum underlying the ‘personal unconscious’; the concept of the psyche as a ‘self-regulating system’ expressing itself in the process of ‘individualisation’. Jung's latter work included dreams and drawings interpretation, symbolism, myths, historical antecedents, physics… Thus, Jung’s work has become of great importance for medicine, psychology, anthropology, religion, art, history, literature, etc…< Less
Jung’s Psychotherapy: the Psychological & Mythological Methods By Andreas Sofroniou
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This presentation of Jung’s psychotherapy is intended to give a condensed picture and an introduction to his extensive publications and method of therapy. Jung popularised the terms... More > ‘introvert and extravert’, interpreted the deeper conscious levels, and established psychotherapy as the treatment of disorders. His theory of ‘psychic energy’ emphasised a final point of view as against a purely causal one. His discovery and exploration of the ‘collective unconscious’, with its ‘archetypes’ was an impersonal substratum underlying the ‘personal unconscious’; the concept of the psyche as a ‘self-regulating system’ expressing itself in the process of ‘individualisation’. Jung's latter work included dreams and drawings interpretation, symbolism, myths, historical antecedents, physics… Thus, Jung’s work has become of great importance for medicine, psychology, anthropology, religion, art, history, literature, etc…< Less
Jung’s Psychotherapy: the Psychological & Mythological Methods By Andreas Sofroniou
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This presentation of Jung’s psychotherapy is intended to give a condensed picture and an introduction to his extensive publications and method of therapy. Jung popularised the terms... More > ‘introvert and extravert’, interpreted the deeper conscious levels, and established psychotherapy as the treatment of disorders. His theory of ‘psychic energy’ emphasised a final point of view as against a purely causal one. His discovery and exploration of the ‘collective unconscious’, with its ‘archetypes’ was an impersonal substratum underlying the ‘personal unconscious’; the concept of the psyche as a ‘self-regulating system’ expressing itself in the process of ‘individualisation’. Jung's latter work included dreams and drawings interpretation, symbolism, myths, historical antecedents, physics… Thus, Jung’s work has become of great importance for medicine, psychology, anthropology, religion, art, history, literature, etc…< Less