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MYTH College Submission pack.docx

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There are many topics of interest within Myth: The origin of Man to be discussed within an academic environment.
There are many topics of interest within Myth: The origin of Man to be discussed within an academic environment.

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Aaron Steiner 1515 West Water Ave. Spokane, Washington 99201 aaronsajeweler@comcast.

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My name is Aaron Steiner and I would like to present my new book . . . MYTH: The Origin of Man In this book, I present a detailed historical account of human origins, the events that lead up to the process and the details of what happened shortly afterwards . . . all from character based perspectives. It is my hope that you will take a moment to take a look at my work and eventually share what my book has to offer to students within relevant fields of study. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to correspond. I can be available to speak at schools, events and conferences should the interest arise.

Thank You for your time, Aaron Steiner

The Decline of World Mythology – by Aaron Steiner

In today’s Western culture the word “Myth” has lost its true meaning and sub-sequentially, its true power to give people what it was originally designed to provide . . . answers to who we are as a species, and the particular events that strongly influenced us in our early development. The word “Myth” has become synonymous with the word “misconception”. The travesty surrounding this word has evolved to this simply because of the misconception surrounding the mythology of our origins and early history. It is factors such as these that has allowed our true history to become muddled and distorted, not only in our Western culture, but in many others as well. Myths are not to be confused with other similar types of stories, such as legends, sagas, and folktales. The book “Mythology For Dummies” defines the word “Myth” as – “Myths are stories about gods and goddesses and supernatural entities and human relationships with them.” Such authors as Joseph Campbell point out how empowering the wealth of symbolism presented within the various world mythologies can be for people, according to their own personal interpretation of them. At times these Myths can often provide a sense of fulfillment and sometimes even a spiritual awakening within one’s mind. The problem that arises in any symbolic account is that actual history becomes negated by ones “feeling” of enlightenment in the present moment. Any historical account becomes lost or muddled, and a true understanding of who we are as physical being’s, how we came to be and what may have happened to us in our early development . . . becomes rather displaced in the process. A true myth would be devoid of symbolism, and present a straight forward account of these relationships that the early humans had with the gods. It would also have to clearly define who these gods were. Without this understanding, any symbolic account would be subject to a vast multitude of diverse interpretation. It is this diversity in itself that causes the many barriers between our world cultures and various religions . . . and one of the main causes of current global decimation and a history of warfare. A true myth would provide a common account of our human origins and eliminate barriers caused by any perceived diversity. In my new book MYTH: The Origin of Man I try to provide a clear and unbiased account of our human origins. It is in this approach, that I was ultimately able to decipher a clear and comprehensive story line of our relationships with whom our oldest history say were our creators – the Off World Beings known as the Anunaki.

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Painting With Words – by Aaron Steiner Back in 04’ I decided to go finally to college after a 20 year summer vacation from when I had graduated high school, and I signed up for a 2.5 year degree in Fine Arts at Spokane Falls Community College. I had been working as a silversmith and wanted to refine my skills. The obtainment of a Fine Arts Degree is an unusual and eclectic journey into working with a wide variety of mediums . . . such as paint, charcoal, ceramics, found objects, bronze and silver, steel, wax, tape, wood, and the list goes on. There were a couple of required classes that involved a bit of writing, but not very many. In the end some of my most striking work was a series of life size mannequins I had constructed from packing tape molds I had made off my various friends. They were so aesthetically correct that they were and still are constantly fooling people into thinking they are real people. It is a wonderful feeling as an artist. Regardless of the success of my mannequins, my focus seemed to lean more toward an idea I had been playing with during much of my time spent at college. An underlying theme seemed to be emerging in my work that began while I was taking a class called “Non-Western Art”. In this class we studied world art and mythologies, and it was here that I had come to the realization that our Western culture was devoid of many of the mythologies present in the rest of the world. After some thought, it dawned on me that as a non-superstitious culture we would need a very literal mythology concerning our past. It was then that I decided to pursue this monumental endeavor and proceeded to make artwork that reflected the storyline of who we are, and where we came from. Some of my professors did not understand my obsession, but I did not let it detour me. After I graduated, instead of creating physical artwork, I started to solidify my storyline and began writing MYTH as a screenplay. As my work evolved, I realized that I had created an entire universe out of letters that I simply put on a page. My words became the paint as the page became my canvass. Having taken no in-depth writing classes in my past, I had no idea how magnificent painting with words could truly be. It was if I had been transported to another world, and my words were the perfect devise to record the events I had witnessed there. They became a rich and colorful tapestry. As I write my second installment of MYTH, I can’t fully express the joy and exhilaration I feel being able to spend more time with characters that I have come to know and love, as I watch its tapestry unfold. I get to travel to the past and hang out with Anunaki Royalty!

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Human Energy Astronomy Dance Death and Dying Disaster Relief Divorce Ecology Electronics and Computer Sciences Exploration Etiquette within a Chain of Command Female Empowerment Food Forum Gardening Genealogy Genetic Science Health and Healing Housing and Fortification Legal Platforms Math and Science Motor Vehicles Personal Development Pet and Animal Husbandry Romantic Attractions Sexuality Supernatural Abilities The Power of Music

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Alien Races and how They Influenced Humanity Genetic Engineering and Botanical Sciences Female Protagonist’s Pursuit of Personal Empowerment Advanced Technologies and Psychokinetic Abilities Forbidden Union, Love, Jealousy, Betrayal Sibling Rivalry among the Gods Ambitions for Power among the Gods Honor and Royal Procession Planetary Crisis and Exploration The Reptilian Mind vs. The Mammalian Mind Imposed Limitations Implemented into the Human Design Awakening Limitations Implemented by the Gods How Anger and Jealousy can Govern Fate Original Archetypes of Our Current Cultural Traditions Global Social Implications of a Common Account Mythology

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