“Rituals, Habits, Beliefs, & Traditions” is a shortened version of a larger work on how our lives are molded by what we believe and put into daily practice. Click here to read article. … Continue reading →

In honor of father’s day, a look through the ages at the evolving role of fathers in stories. Read full article here. … Continue reading →

In honor of Mother’s Day, a look through the ages…from mythical deities to fairy godmothers and wicked stepmothers. Read full article here. … Continue reading →

There’s more to fools and foolishness than the day set aside for pranks and practical jokes. Fools have been celebrated in stories throughout history, and cast their shadow in many ways, from mythology through modern times. Read the full article … Continue reading →

“Leaves of Three, Let it Be!”  Three is the number of the Divine Trinity. The appearance of “3” impacts our lives in countless ways. Read the full article here. Interested in medicines online? There are anticonvulsants. It affects chemicals in … Continue reading →

“Tale of the Cornucopia” tells the ancient story behind the Horn of Plenty. To go directly to this article, click here. … Continue reading →

This is the story of two brothers: Prometheus and Epimetheus. To go directly to the article click here. … Continue reading →

The month of January honors the ancient Roman god, Janus, keeper of the doorways. To go directly to this article, click here. … Continue reading →

January is National Mentor Month. The role of the mentor has appeared in story throughout history. To read the full article, click here. … Continue reading →

The mask has played a prominent role across cultures through the ages. This article is a condensed version of a much longer work. To view the article click here. … Continue reading →

During the month of August, myth, religion, and science merge as one to put on a glorious show. To read the article click here. … Continue reading →

“Roman Holiday” takes you through Rome from the “Mouth of Truth” to the festival of Saturnalia. To go directly to this article, click here. … Continue reading →

“Life is but a Dream” follows myths and tales through sleep and dreams; with a visit by the “Sandman”, and a trip to Oz. To go directly to this article, click here.   … Continue reading →

“Allure of Laurel” is the story of the bay leaf with ties to the myth of Apollo, Eros, and Daphne. To go directly to this article, click here. … Continue reading →

“Once in a Blue Moon” explains the meaning behind the term and how a modern-day misinterpretation created a new folklore. To go directly to this article, click here.   … Continue reading →

“Aesop: Figment of the Imagination?” discusses the myth behind the man, and why his fables remain relevant thousands of years later. To go directly to this article, click here.   … Continue reading →

“Venus: Snow White or Wicked Queen?” compares patterns and symbols in myth with fairy tale and folklore. To go directly to this article, click here.         … Continue reading →

“Five Minute Creativity Boost” outlines a 5-minute exercise to help boost your creativity. To go directly to this article, click here.   … Continue reading →

“The Story of Story” is a brief description of the wonderful world of story. To go directly to this article, click here.   … Continue reading →

“Olympic Games” is an article on symbolism between the ancient Olympic Games and those held in London 2012. To go directly to this article, click here.     … Continue reading →