Tag Archives: John Lundwall

Bookshelf: Mythos and Cosmos

John Lundwall’s Mythos and Cosmos stands in a line of brilliant and essential books that pierce through the fog of modernity to ask the question: what were our ancestors thinking? In particular, Lundwall examines the connections among mythology, liturgy, and … Continue reading

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Myth and Cult in Native America

Astronomer-mythologist John Lundwall shares Native American tales that tie into initiation ritual, astronomy, and storytelling.

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The Flood Myth

John Lundwall, mythologist and cosmologist, gives another fascinating online lecture, this time on the flood myth.  Can’t wait for his forthcoming book.

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Ancient Earth & Sky

My friend John Lundwall has a couple of animated lectures posted on-line that deal with the astronomy and cosmology encoded in the mythology of oral societies.  The lectures cover some of the same ground as John’s forthcoming book on the … Continue reading

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