Tag Archives: Cultural Narrative

The need for new myths, rituals, symbols and authentic spirituality by Herman de Roos, Utrecht, Netherlands.


Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com Never in my life did I really fit in. Among others I was a professional soldier and a coordinator in logistic operations. People always wondered why I had chosen this kind of professions. This … Continue reading

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This is the world where Raven stole the Sun for us all: A Critique of the Fantasist, by Zac Odin


*originally published at The Eyeless Owl As we, as a culture or as a counter culture, attempt to reclaim our past, our worlds, our realities, we are turning quite rightly to myth. This is an obvious and admirable decision; the … Continue reading

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The Witches Almanac – Rethinking the Year in Natural Cycles


In his book Cosmos and Psyche the theorist Richard Tarnas discusses how a structured cosmology can affect the cultural narrative.  He focuses on astrology as a way to map changes in the global culture against recurrent celestial patterns. Through a … Continue reading

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Centaur Consciousness – Mythological Narratives and 21st Century Cultural Critique, a continuing conversation with Dr. Ted Friedman, Georgia State University


“For the last few years, I’ve been preoccupied with a concept that hasn’t received much academic attention lately: myth. Specifically, the idea that popular culture narratives are forms of myth.” – from Myth, the Numinous and Cultural Studies In an … Continue reading

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