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This Friday Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Adventure (video) With Dr. Jay Kantor

From: Jay
Sent on: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 6:41 PM

 

Meetup This Friday.  Doors open at 7PM..

Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Adventure (video)

With Dr. Jay Kantor

IF WEATHER IS BAD ON FRIDAY, confirm the status of this program on this website after 5PM.  Check then for a weather related cancellation, if necessary.

This evening we will view and discuss the powerful, consciousness-awakening work of Joseph Campbell.

During interviews with Bill Moyers, Campbell deals with the universality and evolution of myths in the history of the human race and the place of myths in modern society. Campbell blends accounts of his own upbringing and experience with stories from many cultures and civilizations to present the reader with his thesis that modern society is going through a transition from the old mythologies and traditions to a new way of thinking where a global mythology will emerge.

Myths are the body of stories and legends that a people perceive as being an integral part of their culture. Before the invention of writing, these stories and legends were handed down from generation to generation in the form of rituals and oral traditions. The reappearance of certain themes, time and again, in different mythologies, leads to the realization that these themes portray universal and eternal truths about mankind.

Tonight’s program deals with hero types, hero deeds,
Jesus Christ, the Buddha, movie heroes, Star Wars
as a metaphor, an Iroquois story: the refusal of suitors, dragons, dreams and Jungian psychology, “follow your bliss,” consciousness in plants, Gaia, Chartres cathedral, spirituality vs. economics, emerging myths, “Earthrise” as a symbol.

I hope that you can join us for this valuable program.  The PROGRAM STARTS AT 7:30PM.

IF YOU RSVP “YES” FOR THIS PROGRAM, YOU ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND.

IF YOU WON’T BE THERE, YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR RSVP TO “NO”.

PEOPLE WHO FAIL TO DO THIS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RESERVE SPACE FOR SUBSEQUENT MEETINGS.  IF YOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO COUNT ON US, WE HAVE TO BE ABLE TO COUNT ON YOU.

Jay Kantor - Info. on Dr. Jay Kantor: http://DrJayKantor.Com

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