AEON: A Journal of Myth & Science


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AEON: A Journal of Myth & Science
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This electronic journal is devoted to the collection and exploration of
archaeo-astronomical traditions and analysis of common patterns in ancient
myths from around the world. Topics include:

Evidence of catastrophic planetary interactions in historic times

Reconstruction of standard archaeological dating systems

Evidence for cataclysmic evolution and extinction

Common elements in the myths of the planets, the Deluge and
comet-like ages, plagues, mass destruction and migration in Egypt, India,
Assyria, Akkadia, Chaldea, Medea, Minoa, Sumeria, Judea, Greece, Rome,
Babylon, Persia, China, S.E. Asia, the Pacific, Scandinavia, the Americas
and among contemporary native peoples.

Astral worship in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts, the Veda, and ancient
Babylon and mythological traditions surrounding the planets in general.

The role of Osiris in Egyptian myth; Thor; the Mother goddess; the
birth of Athena; Oedipus in Comparative Mythology; etc.

Selected full-text articles are available online. Subscriptions to the
hardcopy version are $40 per year and include three book-length issues.
Back issues are available at $15 per copy.

Contact: Ev Cochrane

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