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Mythology: The Stories Of The Gods

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    Did Our Ancient Ancestors Steal
    The Mythological Stories Of The Gods?

    Mythology is the vehicle which carries stories of our past and delivers them into the present.  Much of our mythology recounts and chronicles the lives of the Gods.  These stories were once accepted as true recollections of our history and offered an understanding of who we are and where we came from.

    These tales were passed from generation to generation, through oral traditions, until they were finally carved into stone or written on cloth, skins, bark, paper or papyrus. 

    Some scholars contend the mythological stories we have today (even in their most archaic form) are creations of a vivid imagination and the stories are simply flights of fantasy.  Other researchers conclude that the Gods were living breathing individuals in our remote past. 

    Is it possible the stories we have of the Gods are true?

    Mythology:  The Stories Of The Gods – Part I

    Mythology:  The Stories Of The Gods – Part II

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    A gifted and talented clairvoyant medical intuitive, Dr. Rita Louise helps people identify the root causes of their concerns.  She is a Naturopathic physician and the founder of the Institute Of Applied Energetics that trains students in the art of medical intuition, intuitive counseling, and energy medicine. She has authored six books and produced several feature-length and short films.  Dr. Louise has appeared on radio, television and in movies and has lectured on health and healing, ghosts, intuition, ancient mysteries and the paranormal. Her books and articles have worldwide circulation.