Thor is in Odin’s bad books again, so he is split in to two different beings.
Thor and other Norse gods take on a real living sphinx, but what have Laurel and Hardy got to do with all this? How to spoil a good story.
A story that could easily have been told round a camp fire by the Vikings centuries go.
"Stolen Thunder" is a retelling of a popular Norse myth of Thor, his magic hammer, and his rivalry with Loki. Prankster Loki solves the mysterious theft of Thor’s hammer but then a baffling twist emerges in concocting a recovery strategy. How can Thor masquerade as his beloved Freya, retrieve his hammer, and leave as a happy man?
An examination of the Ancient Astronauts hypothesis against the idea that the gods of Ancient Greece were the same group of extraterrestrials identified in Norse mythology.
Some books are the kind that you would pick up from a library if there was nothing else around, while others deserve pride of place on your bookshelf, to be treasured for years to come. This one deserves to be laminated or something, it’s that good.
In his critical essay entitled “A Renaissance Perspective of the Witches,” Francis Fergusson connects the witches depicted in the play Macbeth, to ideas that were created and revived as a result of the Renaissance. The Renaissance was a period of rebirth following renewed interest in classical cultures. This included mythologies, legends, folklores, and fantastical creatures. Ferdinand advocates in his essay that the specific time period along with the many fables helped to influence the witches in Macbeth.