Does The Universal Symbolism Of The Weapons Of The Gods
Imply A Commonality Amongst Our Mythic Tales?
By Dr. Rita Louise
Scholars contend that there is no relationship between Indian, Greek, Australian, Norse and the cosmology of the Americas. They believe that each civilization conceived of their gods independently and that a deeper, older, universal tradition does not exist. If this were the case, then the foundation of these societies; their myths, traditions, beliefs and iconography should be unique to them, their location and their history.
Yet when we look at a wide range of ancient and indigenous groups a pattern of commonality exists. This is exemplified in the weapons of the gods. Symbols used to describe the god’s weapons that are found in Indian readily appear in the oral and written descriptions of other cultures. They also appear in their artistic images. These representations seem to transcend time and location.
As we look at the myths and stories from around the world do they imply something deeper?
The Weapons Of The Gods
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About The Author:
Bestselling author, Dr. Rita Louise is the host of Just Energy Radio and the Founder of the Institute Of Applied Energetics. She is the author of the books The ET Chronicles, Avoiding The Cosmic 2X4, Dark Angels and The Power Within as well as hundreds of articles that have been published worldwide. She is also the producer of the videos iKon: Deconstructing The Archetypes Of The Ancients, The Truth About The Nephilim and Deceit, Lies & Deception: The Reptilian Agenda. Dr. Rita has appeared on radio and television and has spoken at conferences covering topics such as health and healing, ghosts, intuition, ancient mysteries and the paranormal.