Stephanie Pope: Myth, Culture & Mythopoetics
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MYTHOPOETRY, online for 20+ years, is ending its online activities. Thank you to all fans, colleagues and friends of MYTHOPOETRY. The site has been archived beginning in the early days of the 21st century under a very mythical image taken from a fictional time machine called THE WAYBACK MACHINE  

Wiki tells us more about the image taken from the segment "Peabody's Improbable History", a recurring feature of the 1960s cartoon series The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show.  Wiki affirms "The Wayback Machine is a plot device used to transport the characters Mr. Peabody and Sherman back in time to visit important events in human history."

What this kind of fictionalizing is not, is the promoting of false narrative. One ought not live a myth. One ought live one's own story. That is, one ought live an individual life that belongs to one's being qua being, Simply said, qua means as-nature.  In this sense, mythopoetics is a living story told through one's own relations in discovery of the selfless nature whose nobility of spirit leaves as is, the way of its own way-making behind it. Even as MYTHOPOETRY is come and gone, you, the reader will complete the text in your own way-making. Wishing you every blessing,



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