I'm tired of just making up what the 8-Ball says. Like the Rubic's Cube, Ninja Turtles, and a 2600, I never owned one of these true relics of the 80's, and I feel like I missed out on quite a bit. (Yes, I am aware that some of these things are older than I, but this is where I associate them in history.)
I love the idea behind the song "Semi-True Story":
It's a semi-true storyI'm looking at courses for next quarter. I'm planning to take Jones' "Myth and Ritual", and kinda trying to decide between the following:
Believe it or not
I made up a few things
And there's some I forgot.
But the life and the tellin'
Are both real to me
And they run like the rain
All the way to the sea.
- Classical Archeology
- Topics in ancient myth and society (taught by Fritz Graf)
- The Hero in Classical Myth
- Persian myth and folklore
- Myth of ancient Egypt and the Mesopotamian
- Marx, Nietzsche, Freud
Help me out? What other class would you take?
On a very random side note: does anyone know if the lady on the cover of Cunningham's "Truth About Witchcraft Today" is/was actually Wiccan?