Folklore and Mythology
Folklore is more than a collection of stories. In a sense, folklore is the verbal and/or written embodiment of a people’s soul, a mirroring on a large scale of the individual’s subconscious. We have a large number of resources of interest to folklorists and mythologists; please scan the list below to get an idea of some of the topics covered:
Ancient Egyptian Magick
Greek and Roman Mythology
The Gods of Greece, by John Kelman.
Atlantis – Plato’s History.
Northern European, Germanic, and Nordic Folklore & Mythology
Wotan, on the World Spirituality website
Angels – by Thomas Moore
Foundation Stones in Revelation
Phantom World: The History and Philosophy of Spirits and Apparations, by Augustine Calmet
Witchcraft, by James Russell Lowell