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Mythological RoundTable® Group of Dublin

The Mythological RoundTable® Group of Dublin is part of the worldwide network of MRT's associated with the Joseph Campbell® Foundation. The primary purpose of round tables is for people with a common interest in Joseph Campbell's books and lectures on mythology to meet up and have a chat or to collaborate on projects.

Bill Moyers interviews Joseph Campbell

With comparative mythology as the loom, so to speak, Joseph Campbell's scholarly corpus provides a blueprint for how the various fields of the humanities can be woven together to reveal a rich narrative tapestry of the emergence of humanity. This website will not only try to highlight some of the known strands of this story but indeed, using Campbell's narrative method, try to recover some of its lost strands.

But what is the relevance of myth today? In the second episode of the Power of Myth series Campbell answers this question.

Contact: T Dolan / 083 0022720 or see events on meetup.com/Odysseans

Interactive Timemaps

Interactive Timemaps provide an interesting way to index and access information. Maps for covering the period of Celtic Christianity in the First Millennium and Paleolithic Sites in Europe are well advanced.

The Book of Kells provides some marvellously illustrated pages dense with symbolism which we will have to review. Until then we have posted some of its finest illustrated pages online.
Also see: The Art of the Scribes

Fairy Tales

Mythology is a bit like maya, it both illuminates and obscures. Myths are typically written by an elite and then engaged with by the populace through ritual.

Fairy tales on the other hand come from different sources and one of these is the folk psyche. They can be eloquent of unconscious processes in the collective-psyche of the populace.
New Section: Fairy Tales.

Word Sleuth:

dhárma (SKT) - moral duty.:-

In contrast to the oriental idea of marga (SKT) or tao (CH), the Way, there is the more prevalent, and constraining, notion of dhárma, or moral duty. In India this idea depends on a person's age, class, occupation, and gender.
It is a derivation from Proto-Indo-Iranian root *dhar- ("to fasten, to support, to hold"), in turn reflecting Proto-Indo-European root *dher- ("to hold"). Etymologically it is related to Avestan √dar- ("to hold"), Old Persian √dar-("to hold, have"), Latin frēnum ("rein, horse tack"), Lithuanian derė́ti ("to be suited, fit") and Lithuanian dermė (agreement), darna ("harmony").
Further east in China and Japan the best equivalent would probably be the character for law,. In Japanese this can be used to denote the Budda's Law, 仏法 (bupou) or secular law, 法 律 (houritsu). The character combines water (three dashes on left) with container and has connotations of watertight container. This notion was extended to mean restraint of human behavior and is also found for instance in the word for grammar, 文法 (bunpou).
(Rather nullifying the above line of thought, in Oriental Mythology p23-5, J.Campbell equates dhárma with Tao as a conception of how the universe works.

And as the Tao Te Ching has said of the tao, so say the Indians of dhárma: its yonder side is beyond definition; its hither side is the mother, support and bearer of all things.

Title: A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters - Authors: Kenneth G. Henshall - Pub: Charles E.Tuttle Company - ISBN: 4-8053-0509-6
Title: The Masks of God - Oriental Mythology - Authors: Joseph Campbell - Pub: Arkana - ISBN: 0-14-019442-8
Title: Wikipedia Articles - Authors: Various - Pub: Wikipedia, - ISBN: n/a