Myth As History - Rita Louise (Lecture)

Human OriginsMythology
Thursday Oct 25   11:00 AM to 11:55 AM (55 minutes)
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Myth As History - Rita Louise (Lecture)

Mythology is filled with stories of torrid romances, elaborate and intricate plots, violence, scandals and conspiracies. Contemporary science contends that the gods were the product of someone's fanciful imagination. Did the writers, chroniclers and scribes of our distant past actually record an accurate view of our origin?

Myth As History is a startling and comprehensive examination of ancient myths and legends that describe extraterrestrial visitors (the Gods) and their encounters with humanity since the dawn of time. Organized into a chronology that starts with "in the beginning" and ends with the advent of civilization, it brings together myths from many cultures (including the Sumerians, the Greek, the Maya and the Aborigines of Australia) and explores them in the context of current scientific discoveries. The result is a mind-blowing re-visioning of human origins.

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