Friday, March 25, 2016
If you have any interest in the beliefs of the past, how it effected our history, and even how it ripples into us today this is the book for you.
More by this author:
Patterns in Comparative Religion
Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy
The Sacred and the Profane
The Hero with a Thousand Faces - Joseph Campbell
The Varieties of Religious Experience - William James
The Secret Teachings of All the Ages - Manly P. Hall
Friday, March 18, 2016
From these questions she moves on to the legends as they were chronologically written. Following the legend in this way reveals the evolution of these legends from Wales to France, from Germany to Scandinavia and on to America. The Arthurian legend is ever-growing with modern interpretations and Armstrong includes some of the more unusual, including Camelot 3000.
There's no doubt that given the opportunity, Armstrong could have expanded on this material in a profound way given the chance. With the limited amount of time, though, she does a stupendous job covering a huge amount of time and material. Whether new or familiar with these works, listeners of these lectures are bound to gain more enlightenment of the importance of King Arthur and his knights.
More Audio Lectures:
The Great Courses
Friday, March 11, 2016
From the beginning, Orange Crows sucks the reader in with a story of friendship and loss. The world is fraught with mystery, magic, and danger. The characters' costumes are fashionably gothic and unique to each character. When I finished this volume, I couldn't wait to read the next.
Books in the Series:
Orange Crows II
Support the Project:
Patreon: Orange Crows
Friday, March 4, 2016
Opening with a sitcom-like accident between Finn and another woman in the prologue, I wondered what I had gotten myself into at first. But I was soon whisked away into Finn's past to discover his past, filled with drama, love, and heartache. And finally into a journey of self-discovery through hard work and finally by returning to his Celtic roots. Meyers's skillful handling of the first person narrative made it easy to get sucked into Finn's story and his emotional state every step of the way. Readers won't be disappointed in this stunning second offering by this talented author.
More by the Author:
Letters From the Ledge