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Epic of Creation



Epic of Creation (2017; 3 site-specific installations in the woods of Finland: strings, fishing wire, wire, UV flashlight; with audio guide and drawn map of sites and myths/cosmology) 82 more words


Manipulating Nothingness

Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D.
June 22, 2017

Ms. K.M. sent this article this week, and I have to blog about it, for it seems that some physicists are making the claim – not yet totally sanctioned by other physicists – of being able to manipulate the vacuum, and hence the vacuum (or zero point), energy itself: 667 more words


Is the Genesis Creation of the World a Myth and Legend?

Genesis 1:1 Updated American Standard Version (UASV)

1 In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.

Over the past 200 years, the scientific community and the Bible scholars of Christianity have engaged in battle. 2,231 more words

The Origin of Evil in Ancient Mythology

Look, I know that this is a blog about addiction and sobriety. Okay?

And I promise that things will go back to normal, soon! I will be discussing addiction in my next post. 2,380 more words

Babylonian Creation Myth retold for Modern Times: The Mobsters (1991)

Pop Culture Pagans say that the old myths have no meaning for them. I wonder if they know how many old myths are today’s pop culture stories. 958 more words

Marduk and Tiamat (Enuma Elish: The Epic of Creation)

Read this myth at The World Mythology Course (new window opens)

At first glance the story of Marduk and Tiamat in the Enuma Elish seems to be a creation story of Mesopotamia as told by the Babylonians. 620 more words


Time as the Babylonians Saw It

 In Mesopotamia, a region long settled by other peoples, the Babylonians had to establish their dominance. By adopting various myths from the Sumerians, and then amending them, they created a sense of the long view of time. 1,077 more words