The following pages about Comparative Mythology demonstrate more the commonality than diversity of world Mythology. This idea of world myths being almost local flavored modular pieces of one truth serves as a basis for tapestry of the Virtual Planet Earth. A world that is both futuristic and retro. A world where people can learn about what connects them as well as the diversity of their ancient unseen genes.
The following page 1 is the entry for Comparative Mythology. Notice the redundancies of including multiple world mythologies or traditional standard modern religious mythology/cosmology. The Atlas listed in page 2 is the work of Joseph Campbell. Other authors and books of note include “The Women’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets” written by “Barbara G. Walker”.
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