The Mythic Image
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✏The Mythic Image Book Summary : Mythic themes over five millennia support the idea that since dreams and myths originate in an inner world unknown to consciousness, dreams provide a direct and fruitful approach to mythology
✏The Mythic Image Book Summary : A paperback edition of Campbell's major study of the mythology of the world's high civilizations over five millennia. It includes nearly 450 illustrations. The text is the same as that of the 1974 edition. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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✏The Mythic Image Book Summary : "Starting with the relation of dreams to myth, Joseph Campbell distinguishes two orders of myth: that of the relatively simple, nonliterate folk traditions, and that of the infinitely more complex literate civilizations that culminated in the triad of the great world religions, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam."--Cover.
📒The Mythic Image Of The Magyars ✍ Ferenc Veress
✏The Mythic Image of the Magyars Book Summary : The Mythic Image of The Magyars is Reaching back a 1,000 years through history and beyond to reveal the true Ancient Religion of the Magyar people. The book has pulled out of History, Mythology and Folklore the close connections of the Magyar people to the ancient faith of Tantric Buddhism, the east and possibly The Magyar peoples True Origin!
📒Mythic Image Of The Magyars ✍ Frank Veress
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📒The Mythic Dimension ✍ Joseph Campbell
✏The Mythic Dimension Book Summary : Explore the mysteries of myth with a master In these pages, the Collected Works of Joseph Campbell presents twelve eclectic, far-ranging, and brilliant essays gathered together for the first time. The essays explore myth in all its dimensions: its history; its influence on art, literature, and culture; and its role in everyday life. This second volume of Campbell’s essays (following The Flight of the Wild Gander) brings together his uncollected writings from 1959 to 1987. Written at the height of Campbell’s career―and showcasing the lively intelligence that made him the twentieth century’s premier writer on mythology―these essays investigate the profound links between myth, the individual, and societies ancient and contemporary. Covering diverse terrain ranging from psychology to the occult, from Thomas Mann to the Grateful Dead, from Goddess spirituality to Freud and Jung, these playful and erudite writings reveal the threads of myth woven deeply into the fabric of our culture and our lives.
📒The Last Descendant Of Aeneas ✍ Marie Tanner
✏The Last Descendant of Aeneas Book Summary : From antiquity to the eve of the modern era, rulers of Western empires inspired hero worship by proclaiming their divine origins. In this fascinating original study, Marie Tanner presents the history of the emperor's mythic image and its continuing influence on Western political thought. She shows that these pretensions to divinity were based on the Trojan legend and the myth of Rome as developed in Vergil's Aeneid and that later Christian emperors expanded these claims by tracing their lineage not only to the pagan gods but also to the priest-kings of the Old Testament. Through this amalgam of heritages each successive Holy Roman emperor proclaimed that he was the last descendant of Aeneas, destined to yield the terrestrial rule of Rome to Christ and thereby inaugurate millennial peace. By examining a wide range of literary, artistic, and historical sources plus a corpus of new illustrations, Tanner discovers remarkable chains of evidence for this process, one that culminates with the Renaissance Hapsburgs who imbued the holiest symbols of the faith with dynastic meaning as they attempted to consolidate all priestly and secular powers in their grip. On these foundations Philip II of Spain, son of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and the first monarch to rule the four known continents, created a new concept of absolute monarchy that shaped the principles of modern statecraft and determined the dominant form of government in Europe for the next two centuries.
📒The Mythic Fantasy Of Robert Holdstock ✍ Donald E. Morse
✏The Mythic Fantasy of Robert Holdstock Book Summary : Robert Holdstock was a prolific writer whose oeuvre included horror, fantasy, mystery and the novelization of films, often published under pseudonyms. These twelve critical essays explore Holdstock’s varied output by displaying his works against the backdrop of folk and fairy tales, dissecting their spatiotemporal order, and examining them as psychic fantasies of our unconscious life or as exempla of the sublime. The individual novels of the Mythago Wood sequence are explored, as is Holdstock’s early science fiction and the Merlin Codex series.
📒The Mythic Tarot ✍ Juliet Sharman-Burke
✏The Mythic Tarot Book Summary : Gives both beginning and experienced readers a kit containing everything needed for Tarot-interpreting including a lavishly illustrated deck, a guide that pairs each suit with a mythical figure, and a reading cloth. Original.