Scientific American Volume 315, Issue 6
Has an incredible article about the Cosmic Hunter, Monster in the Cave and Dragon/Serpent Quest stories and reveals much about the migration of human populations oral traditions. The cultural aggregate to the genetic distribution; demonstrating further that biology is not the “enemy science” of religion – but that anthropology is where religion is placed into perspective of modern era and over time.
Themes in the Myths and common plot points and character arcs become Mythemes.
Characteristic subsets and demonstrating those early entertainments before more peoples meant more plots and ploys and cultures fused.
Why the Romans in the Classical Era kept their deities loosely defined, pantheons vs pantheons, each with a god or goddess of each and every thing. Monotheism downsizing to one for all, while the Hindu Celestial Bureaucracy being peak deities leaving Buddhism with none but personified forces and the mists of time in the Indus Valley.
Symbols standing for concepts, phrases, then words and alphabets offering word variations. until everything is public domain.
who stories are about, by whom and for what audience
to share at the campfire, tales of our once then and now
and ponder future selves.
… through the generations sheds light on the history of human migration going as far back as the Paleolithic period. By Julien d’Huy on September 29, 2016.
Dec 1, 2010 – Ten thoughts, trends and technologies that have the power to transform our lives. … vast cauldron of innovation to become tomorrow’s world changing idea? It’s impossible to know, of course, but we know it will come. Rights & …
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