Beowulf and the Dragon [XXXII-XLIII]

XXXII THAT way he went with no will of his own, in danger of…

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Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll

The question of whether or not the Jabberwocky (from Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass and…

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Dragon Totem Power

“The Ojibway scholar Basil H. Johnston defines dodaem, or totem, as “that from which…

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The Dragon as an Archetype

The following essay explores the significance and basis of the dragon as an archetype…

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The Archetypal Pirate

Pirate mythology.  Some true, some pure fiction, but all running along the same vein….

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Wisdom, Fear, Hate, Love and the End of the World

“Both the Hopis and Mayans recognize that we are approaching the end of a…

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Ripples in the Pond

The third of Sir Isaac Newton’s “Laws of Motion” is as follows: Actioni contrariam…

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The Pied Piper of Hamelin and Herd Mentality

In the year 1284, in a German town named Hamelin, 130 children were lost….

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Hunters and Farmers

In today’s society it may seem a little archaic to talk about hunters and…

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Jung’s Ring and Serpent ID-Entities

World renowned Swiss born psychiatrist, Carl G. Jung (1875-1961), was one of the finest explorers of…

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Celtic Dragons: Mythical Power Source

There is no more powerful symbol than Celtic dragons To invoke such reverence from…

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Here Be Dragons

On one of the world’s oldest surviving globes, the Hunt-Lenox Globe (ca. 1510), near…

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The Myth of Equality

The most convenient, pervasive and corrosive lie in the Western World today is ‘unqualified…

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