by Norland Tellez
Et ignotas animum dimittit in artes“And he turns his mind to unknown arts.” Metamorphoses (Ovid, Book VIII, l. 188) As this pandemic rages on, exposing the structural flaws of an economic system bent on...
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The September Equinox marks the date when the Sun crosses the celestial equator southward and appears to rise directly in the east and set directly in the west. Many traditions across the World commemorate the occurrence with harvest festivals.
WICCA/Pagan – Mabon-Ostara (9/23)
In the Service of Creative Being
I.6.2.07 - Fires of Eros - Tristan and Isolde - an excerpt from this lecture.
Campbell in Culture
Our gift to you this month is short ebook excerpt from The Hero with a Thousand Faces titled Myth and Dream (Esingle from The Hero with a Thousand Faces). Access this download for free until the end of the month.
In this JCF.org exclusive, we are sharing the foreword and the first section to Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces.
We hope that you enjoy this introduction to Campbell’s themes, in which he lays out the thesis that he would restate throughout the rest of his life — that “myth is public dream and dream is private myth.”
Got ideas? Share them with a community of like-minded mythmakers at our discussion forum – the Conversations of a Higher Order.
Joseph Campbell Book Club
Join our community of readers, scholars, thinkers, and dreamers. Whether you seek or simply wander in the mythic realm, we hope our monthly selections will engage and inspire you on your journey.
Revolution doesn’t have to do with smashing something, it has to do with bringing something forth. If you spend all your time thinking about that which you are attacking, then you are negatively bound to it. You have to find the zeal in yourself and bring that out.