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Category: Mighty Myth Month! (Mmmmm…that’s good writing!)

Mighty Myth Month: No bull?

For as long as mankind has been trying to distance himself from his natural, woolly, and animalistic nature, he has also been trying to let it out of its cage from […]

Mighty Myth Month: Psyche.

The name “Psyche” means “Soul” and her union with Eros (aka Cupid) tells the story of how Love and Soul came to be together. By the way, this story is […]

Mighty Myth Month: Instructions.

 Look for the video on our Moodle Pages. Instructions By Neil Gaiman Touch the wooden gate in the wall you never saw before. Say “please” before you open the latch, […]

Mighty Myth Month: Blub. Blub. Blub.

Oh, to be able to swim underwater without any apparatus or device for breathing, to swim and play in the warm waters, fast as a dolphin, and half as smart. […]

Mighty Myth Month: Sacred places.

Where do you go when you want sanctuary? What surrounds you? What do you see? How do you block out the world? What do you smell? How slowly does your […]

Mighty Myth Month: Eeek! A spider!

Here’s looking at you, Anansi! Anansi, you old trickster! From the West African area, the Ashanti tribe originated the tales of the most famous spider-god of all, Anansi. Similar to […]

Mighty Myth Month: Birds of a feather.

“Humans have always shared the world with animals and, as prehistoric cave paintings attest, animals have always exerted an endless fascination over people’s minds. We have hunted animals, worked with […]

Mighty Myth Month: In the loop.

  What goes around, comes around. Circles, rings, and spheres encompass us all.  The dog will circle his bedding before he lies down. We spin around, we measure in degrees of […]

Mighty Myth Month: Dragon breath.

As long as there has been a collective consciousness, dragons have ridden on our dreams. From China, to Europe, Scandinavia, to Africa, dragons have embodied power, strength, and perhaps the […]

Mighty Myth Month: Heroes.

What is a “hero?” According to Joseph Campbell, it’s essentially this arc: There is a call to adventure–refusal of the call–crossing the threshold–initiation–road of trials–belly of the whale—add a dash […]

Mighty Myth Month: Jack.

Jack-in-the-Box The archetypal Jack is mischievous. He is the joker, the wild card, the surprise, the one with the spark. He starts things, but seldom finishes them. He is restless, […]

Mighty Myth Month: Trees.

No, this isn’t about the 1976 Rush song. It’s about trees. In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil is the tree that represents all levels of above, middle, and below for mankind: In […]

Mighty Myth Month: What's in the box, Dora?

http://mikerbaker.com/knack/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/pandora_tn2.jpg Pandora’s “box” is a modern invention going back only as far as Erasmus. According to Hesiod, the evils of all men were shut up in a storage jar (pithos) […]

Mighty Myth Month: Pixie Stix.

  Pixies are described as small fairies, sprites, beautiful, exquisite little magical beings, who usually intend no harm. They can be mischievous, and though they can be tricksters, they are usually […]

Mighty Myth Month: Girl in the Hood.

We all have to venture out into the world from time to time. For most of us, that’s everyday. We’re moving, walking driving, going, running, catching, all going to or […]

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