New Global Mythology


New Global Mythology

We are into the Transition Era where new alchemiespermaculture and Nature are morphing both values and landscapes.

Center hear: Are the classic myths still firing our spirits and stories? 

Join us on a grand journey, fueled by tunes, poetry, sound symbols and plows in the New Global Mythology.

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Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2017

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Interviews for Rethinking Permaculture Vernal Equinox Convergence: Everyday Strategies for Compassionate Living. 3/25 – 27, Kailash Ecovillage, Portland, OR.

Started by Willi Paul. Last reply by Bonnie Bright Jul 24, 2017. 1 Reply

“Spiritual Permaculture”Rethinking Permaculture Vernal Equinox Convergence: Everyday Strategies for Compassionate Living. 3/25 – 27, Kailash Ecovillage, Portland, OR. Interview with Ole Ersson,…Continue

Tags: Ecovillage, Portland, OR, Kailash, Living

“Taking the Food Forest to City Hall” - International Permaculture Awareness Week. New Myth #78.

Started by Willi Paul Mar 10, 2016. 0 Replies

“Taking the Food Forest to City Hall” - International Permaculture Awareness Week. New Myth #78. Vision by Willi Paul, Media…Continue

Tags: Vision, #78., Myth, New, by

“Sound Archetypes and the Four Seasons” -- Children’s Video and Documentation

Started by Willi Paul Mar 6, 2016. 0 Replies

“Sound Archetypes and the Four Seasons”Children’s Video and Documentationby Willi Paul, Media (+PDF)…Continue

Tags: Harvest, Ice, Breaking, Celebrate, Women

“The Clothes Line Garden Club” A Permaculture Fable for Children

Started by Willi Paul Mar 4, 2016. 0 Replies

“The Clothes Line Garden Club” A Permaculture Fable for Childrenby Willi Paul,…Continue

Tags: spring, archetypes, seeds, summer, fall

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Comment by Philippa Rees on June 3, 2014 at 9:42am

Thank you for the welcome to your group. Will seek out a pithy extract for the workshop!

Comment by Willi Paul on June 3, 2014 at 7:46am

Involution sounds like a prime idea for your eWorkshop contribution!  Willi

Comment by Philippa Rees on June 3, 2014 at 3:25am

Involution- An Odyssey Reconciling Science to God offers a new vision of science as the incremental recovery of memory. Told poetically with linked footnotes, and much can be sampled here  It is a new mythology that recovers the role of consciousness finding the artesian individuals to convey it through time.

Comment by Kerry Dennehy on March 28, 2014 at 10:23am

Hey Aleksandar, 

in terms of what I said January 5 "trailers are made to look like one stock movie" I bumped into something that says the same thing but in a much funnier way.  It's a trailer for MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL given the "Hollywood Mythic" treatment.  I thought you'd appreciate it.

PS. I saw Aronofsky's Stalker and liked it, especially the dream sequence and the discussion of art that followed that.  Sorry I haven't been able to be a better correspondent.   I enjoy your posts/discussions suggestions.


Comment by Kerry Dennehy on January 5, 2014 at 10:43pm

Well, maybe I"m wrong and it is just that all trailers are just made to look like one stock movie.  

I don't think I've seen any of Aronofsky's films. I remember wanting to see The Fountain but I didn't.
I've been really turned off by films for a long time which translates to me getting out of the habit of seeing even the movies I want to see. Just a personal quirk. I've seen Jodorowsky's Holy Mountain and whatever else of his I could on Youtube and Amazon Prime. I want to read The Incal by him and Moebius but I haven't been able to find the whole thing for a reasonable price.

I haven't seen any film with Jodorowsky's kind of scope and ambition in a long time. Maybe Lars Von Triers -- AntiChrist, Dancer In the Dark, Dogville. I haven't seen Melancholia. I'd like to. I appreciate Von Triers is trying to do something but where he tries I think Jodorowsky succeeds. But I did love the conversation in the car in Dogville that leads to the resolution of the film. A perfect example I think of Jung talks about one-sided thought being met by its "other side" in expressions from the unconscious.

I haven't seen or even heard of Tarkovsky's Stalker. Can you say more about it? Also, I read Hermann Hesse awhile ago but never The Glass Bead Game. You say he writes about a new mythology there. Is it a big part of the book? Would you recommend reading it solely for that theme?

Comment by Kerry Dennehy on January 3, 2014 at 9:35am

The trailer to NOAH looks and feels like every other big CGI movie.  "Our" themes. The themes we are continually being sold. So often now the dramatic arc of movies is that of a fight.  A build up of tension and with the "thrill of victory" a release that satisfies for an hour or two. Fast food myth. It offers no real sustenance and relates only to other movies.  There's nothing positive in it to take into the rest of life.  Young people dream of getting into confrontations big enough so they can repeat the snappy lines of the celluloid heroes.   Rather than true myths, in a Jungian framework  I think these stories would be classified as passive fantasies.  There is no transformation of the image. The experience is engineered to play us like an instrument.   The emotional gratification they offer is a perfect commodity: we are fed a fiction more exciting than truth which can be experienced only through this medium. We have to come back to get another fix -- or an ever bigger fix.    But how different is this Noah from the original?  It seems like it is only our capacity for belief that is changed.  Outside the suspension of disbelief we practice watching a movie, can we anymore give ourselves wholeheartedly to the idea of a covenantal god?  Especially one who would be so cruelly destructive upon the breach of the agreement?  Outside of Fundamentalist religions, it doesn't seem to ring true. The general population can only be fundamentalist as movie-goers and the conversion lasts only an hour or two after leaving the theater.  What kind of gods or transhuman powers can we believe in today?

Comment by WARREN BURROWS on July 21, 2013 at 5:34pm

Actually I mis-spoke, although the "great transition" is also a good term The term I meant to say was the "Great Turning", coined by the author Joanna Macy. Right now, trying to continue what I absorbed in my vision quest with School of Lost Borders which was a 14 day workshop which included a four day vision fast in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains in CA. My current practice includes  reading, meditating, praying, and following the Four Shields (or directions, points, paths, etc) of Life. I was introduced to the term, the "great turning" by Joanna Macy in her book "Active Hope". Currently looking for Jungian, in Depth Psychology oriented therapist in my area (New London, CT). Still have a lot of healing to do.

Comment by Willi Paul on July 21, 2013 at 4:50pm
Hi Warren - thanks for joining us! How are you transitioning?
Comment by WARREN BURROWS on July 21, 2013 at 3:41pm

Just joined this group. Very interested in the "Great Transition" as it is our only hope.

Comment by Kerry Dennehy on June 22, 2013 at 1:22pm

This Hermann H quote reminds me of lines from the last song in Hedwig and the Angry Inch: Midnight Radio: "Breathe feel love, give free, know in your soul Like your blood knows the way From your heart to your brain Knows that you're whole."


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