Tag Archives: Primordial Tradition

Art, Myth; our Creativity

White Sands© Russell K. Davis, 2012 (Originally published October 15, 2015 at Mythosophy.org) Today’s quote:  “You are an artist; your past is your portfolio.” At the heart of Traditionalism, also called the Primordial Tradition, is a viewpoint called the Perennial Philosophy.  … Continue reading

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The Way

Religions derive from spiritual paths. Spiritual paths derive from spirituality. All are guideposts along the way. If you seek spirituality, look in the eternal mirror. If your reflection has a smudge, start polishing. Where there is a Soul; there is … Continue reading

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Let’s Jump into Mythosophy

What is Myth? Part 2: Let’s Jump into Mythosophy Continuing from “What is Myth? Part 1,” let us move beyond the tools of strict ratiocination and logic to assay truth and into the realm of Mythosophy which involves intuitive perception, … Continue reading

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What is Mythosophy?

Myths are popularly treated as deceptions best exposed and dismissed.  The statement “His version of the incident was a myth” means that a mistaken or misleading story has been proffered. What, really, are myths? This blog will attempt to resurrect … Continue reading

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