Call to Adventure – Page from missing father
Refusal – there’s no way its him…
Supernatural Aid – gets transported onto the “grid”
Crossing the 1st threshold – Going to the grid
Belly of the whale – in the “games” of the grid
Road of Trials – escaping Clu and finding father
Meeting with the goddess – “iso” shows up and saves
Woman as temptress – “iso”
Atonement with father – reconnecting with father and forgiving him
Apotheosis – in Clu’s stronghold with his army
Ultimate boon – saving the world from an invasion and the iso and love
Refusal of return – won’t leave father behind
Magic flight – transported back to Earth
Rescue from without – Father “reintegrates” Clu
Crossing 2nd threshold – going back to Earth
Master of 2 worlds – the grid and Earth
Freedom to live – Clu is no longer a threat
Call to Adventure – Hitting the nightwing with his weapon
Refusal – trying to kill it before he decides he can’t kill it
Supernatural Aid – the dragon doesn’t kill him
Crossing the 1st threshold – going into dragon-killing training
Belly of the whale – flying with Toothless to the dragon-mother’s den
Road of Trials – keeping Toothless secret
Meeting with the goddess – Astrid starts liking/competing with him
Woman as temptress – Astrid tries to kill Toothless
Atonement with father – becomes best new dragon-killer, father is finally proud
Apotheosis – going to fight the mother-dragon
Ultimate boon – no longer have to deal with dragons stealing herds
Refusal of return – almost dies and loses legs
Magic flight – Toothless flies home
Rescue from without – New leg made for him
Crossing 2nd threshold – going back to his home
Master of 2 worlds – dragons and his tribe
Freedom to live – dragons and humans in peace
Call to Adventure – Flynn Rider shows up
Refusal – bipolar period of worry about her “mother”
Supernatural Aid – Wanting to see the lanterns?
Crossing the 1st threshold – leaving the tower
Belly of the whale – going to the “Snuggly Duckling”
Road of Trials – Escaping the soldiers and thieves and cave
Meeting with the goddess – Mother Gothel shows up
Woman as temptress – Mother Gothel shows up
Atonement with father – learning of the lost princess
Apotheosis – getting stolen back to tower
Ultimate boon – freedom and love
Refusal of return – “if you let him live I’ll go with you”
Magic flight – “mother” falling out of tower
Rescue from without – Flynn brought back to life
Crossing 2nd threshold – leaving the tower for the last time
Master of 2 worlds – princess and the thieves
Freedom to live – no longer any threat of imprisonment
And just for fun, my favorite song from it:
Pan is the greek god of fields and pastures. He is a satyr and plays the pipes excedingly well. He’s associated with the mother goddess. He’s also believed to be the son of Hermes.
What he’s best known for, however, is the sexual conquests he makes…. with a variety of things and people.
This post has to do with the essay I posted on here earlier – just an interesting video I found.
There’s a vendor on Etsy.com called “ckranz” – she creates a bunch of art pieces based on myth. Here are a few:
This one is of Cupid and Psyche.
This shows the Muses.
This is one of Andromeda.
Here’s a great website:
It has tree stories from all around the world, including Christian, Jewish, Greek, Scandinavian and Celtic stories. The tales include a variety of types of trees – from apple to willow.
Here’s some of the websites the images are from – most have a ton of other info and pictures:
And now some photos!
This is both a grave marker and a cross.
This is in England.
This is a Celtic grave marker.
Another grave marker.
This marks the birthplace of Buddha.
Interesting huh? And there are countless more!
I posted this link in an earlier post: brat-halla.com
Everything is from there.
This is a comic about Odin’s trip to the Well of Wisdom.
This shows Hera and Zeus talking to Odin and Frigg – notice the Persephone story?
This shows a few of the Norse gods (from left to right, top to bottom): Thor (thunder god), Odin (all-father), Loki (trickster god), Baldr (god of beauty), a goat (not a god), Tyr (god of war), Hermod (messenger of the gods), Frigg (goddess of marriage, spinning and fertility), and Hod (blind god of darkness and poetry).
This one’s pretty self-explanatory…
This comic is primarily of Loki – he plays an interesting part in Norse myth. He eventually causes the end of the world and does much to harm the gods, but he also helps them quite often.
Frigg is the domestic goddess, but like Hera, often has a jealous and violent side in mythology…
This shows a lot (if not quite all) of the Norse pantheon.
This shows a bunch of gods from different mythologies… Recognize the story of Osiris and Apollo?
This shows a bunch of different pantheons of gods. Recognize anyone or anything? What about the Roman gods being the Greek gods with differnet names?