Joseph Campbell Foundation Myth Resources

The Urantia Book

First published in 1955, the Urantia Book boldly claims to be a revelation of truth to our world from a friendly and well-ordered universe. A revelation, in book form, intended to help guide humankind...

Rabbit Ears Treasury of Storybook Classics

From AudioFile Two classics feature well-loved comedians. In the first, Robin Williams adopts the voice of an old cowboy telling the story of Pecos Bill. Backed by the lively music of Ry Cooder, Williams...

Music and Psyche

Music and Psyche

Music and the Psyche was founded to promote understanding of the healing, therapeutic and transformative qualities of music; and to provide a platform for discussions and publications.

Trickster’s Way: An Online Journal

Welcome to Trickster’s Way — an online journal dedicated to trickster research. It is a peer-reviewed publication which seeks to extend the scholarship about the trickster figure to its interdisciplinary and intellectual limits. Trickster,...

Rock Art of the Lower Pecos River

Rock Art of the Lower Pecos River

Dr. Boyd is an artist who furthered her education by getting a doctorate in anthropolgy so her views on the rock art on the Lower Pecos River would be taken seriously. She has recently...

Shambhala Mountain Center

Shambhala Mountain Center

Classes, retreats, family camps, yoga, etc are all offered at this architecturally significant center. Located on 600 acres in northern Colorado. Website includes a gift store.

World Myths and Legends in Art

The Minneapolis Institute of the Arts offers an online resource for teachers, drawing together works of art inspired by mythology from around the world. For each piece they provide background information and discussion questions....