Tag Archives: ancestors

Remembering the Reality of the Invisible

I’m not sure how long anthropologists and historians consider humans “modern.” They probably disagree. Given the quality of ancient artwork found inEurope, I think we are more like our ancestors of 35 to 40,000 years ago than we want to … Continue reading

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I’ve mentionned our four day ceremony several times here and some of you, I hope, are wondering just exactly what we were doing. I called the ceremony: Re-storying our Modern Lives – A Ceremony to Renew a Living Myth for … Continue reading

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Royal Trickery Redux

Two weekends ago, Danny Deardorff , founder of Mythsingers, played a trick on his students of magnificent proportions. Truly Royal with a capital R. I’m participating in a course called Living Myth, Living World which meets for five long weekends … Continue reading

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