Mythology and Ethnicity

There is no doubt that I am a Briton.  My people were of Celtic origin and were around in the North of England during Roman times.  I have an old and deep bond with the country here, most especially with the North Sea.  My entire sense of place is predicated upon the understanding that the sea lies to the east and that the sun always rises to the south and east.

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I believe I have an intense understanding of the present and the future ~ not merely the things there are, but also the things that could be.

The mystery of past life recall is no stranger to me.  For those who don’t know, it’s nothing like you would first think.  Riffle the pages in an unread book and everything you see is permanently stored in your brain.  Accessing those pages with your conscious mind is something else entirely.  An eidetic memory is an uncommon thing in adults ~ or so the psychologists would have you believe.  Most of of your life you have been told that you cannot…  If you listen to yourself you will know that you can….

True sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination ~ Einstein

By training and inclination I am a scientist and engineer.  I can design, build and repair just about anything.  Yet I know there is far more to the Cosmos than can be explained by our current scientific method.  Either we know too little, or we know too much.

A myth is a traditional story, usually including some unexplained or unexplainable events.  Not all myths are false.  I know that I need to explore the mythology and spirituality of my own past, present and future.  I know that some of my legend is also yours.  I intend to share the things I discover of my own mythology in this blog.  You are welcome to share with me.

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P1010573Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

English Gentleman

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  1. Decode Hindu Mythology blog by vineet agarwal is a neat read. Danava in Hinduism are said to be white as clouds. Children of Danu and Kashyapa. Celts called themselves Tautha De Danaan.

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