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Flynn 15 May 16
Replying to @eschaton2023
The universe did do that, Infinite Jest covered this trope and Robert Shea did also thus reverberate!
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David Pecotić 23 Dec 14
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Thomas Yaeger Aug 20
The Secrets Of The Incas - Part 1 of 2. Documentary with William Sullivan. via
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ArmchairGeneral 10 Oct 15
An issue I have with the genius of Santillana and Dechend in is that they seem to rate Kipling above Tolkien???!
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David Pecotić 30 Jun 18
Replying to @ranjithoskote
My deepest intellectual pleasure! It’s another important notch in the heavenly axle of One of the many things that irritates me about the ‘Aryan’ vs Harrapan stalemate is how much they both get right - esp that both have even deeper origins
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Thomas Yaeger Jul 13
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Truth Seeker 2160 Mar 2
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Markku Arimo 9 Feb 18
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ThePenningtonLens 10 Aug 16
Where the hell did the flat earthy theory come from?
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Gratuitous Phil 16 Jun 18
So far, I'm thoroughly unenamored by approach to and the post-precessional argument. You'd have to read and at least 1 of 's books, preferably Magicians Of The Gods, to dismiss anthropological iconographic interpretation
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David Pecotić 30 Sep 16
? Is modern science the victim of cataclysm? Does it need an oral tradition for a memory?
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Rev. Howard Furst 30 Jan 14
Outlandishly memorable myths were often mnemonics to record cyclic astronomical events, for example
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Gratuitous Phil Jan 9
There is likely a strain of iconography and mythological narratives which does relate to a common super-ancient lost culture underlying all myth; that has been deconstructed and analyzed by two scientific researchers in a book called . Just, no blood thirsty demi-Gods
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Gratuitous Phil 14 Dec 17
Now there's nothing I love so much as comparative analysis of mythology. It's all in there. What's up w/the traditions. Of course, nothing can help my story telling. It's the strains of commonality that point to celestial events as the basis of theological traditions
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Patrick F. Gleason Nov 30
Amazing: cave paintings reveal Paleolithic understanding of precession of the equinoxes
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Gratuitous Phil 29 Nov 17
I'm balancing my study of w/the incomparable 's 'Discovering Genesis' which places the language, mythology, ontology, cosmology and actual events of biblical Genesis into historical context, which turns out to be around 1450 - 1500 BCE and involves Greeks
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Jason Eaton 14 Sep 10
A good dose of archeocosmology to start the day! Mmmyeah.. reading a lil bit of http://myloc.me/bXsOq
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GuygrrR Feb 1
Replying to @darkjournalist
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William W. Gardiner 19 Sep 17
Replying to @carolynporco @archpics
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