The Mythology of Supernatural

The Signs and Symbols Behind the Popular TV Show

The Mythology of Supernatural

A look into the paranormal legends, lore, mythology, and monsters featured on the hit television show Supernatural. From angels to demons, The Mythology of Supernatural explores the religious roots and the ancient folklore of the otherworldly entities that brothers Sam and Dean Winchester face on the hit television show Supernatural—and that have inhabited the shadows of human imagination across countless cultures and centuries.

The Mythology of Grimm

The Fairy Tale and Folklore Roots of the Popular TV Show

The Mythology of Grimm

GET INSIDE GRIMM. NBC’s hit television series Grimm pits modern detective Nick Burkhardt of the Portland Police against a cast of terrifying villains—lifted directly from the pages of classic fairytales. In the world of the show, the classic stories are actually a document of real events, and Nick himself is descended from a long line of guardians, or Grimms, charged with defending humanity from the mythological creatures of the world. From The Big Bad Wolf to Sleeping Beauty, The Mythology of Grimm explores the history and folkloric traditions that come into play during Nick’s incredible battles and investigations—tapping into elements of mythology that have captured our imaginations for centuries.

The Mythology of the North American Indians (Illustrated Edition)

The Mythology of the North American Indians (Illustrated Edition)

This carefully edited historical collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The primary object of this book is to furnish the reader with a general view of the mythologies of the Native people of North America, accompanied by such historical and ethnological information as will assist him in gauging the real conditions under which this most interesting section of humanity existed. Contents: Divisions, Customs, and History of the Race The Mythologies of the North American Indians Algonquian Myths and Legends Iroquois Myths and Legends Sioux Myths and Legends Myths and Legends of the Pawnees Myths and Legends of the Northern and North-Western Indians

The Mythology of Cherokee, Iroquois, Navajo, Siouan and Zuñi

The Mythology of Cherokee, Iroquois, Navajo, Siouan and Zuñi

This carefully edited historical collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. This study presents the myths, beliefs and customs of the indigenous peoples in North America. This collection is comprised of many bodies of traditional narratives associated with religion from a mythographical perspective. Contents: The Myths of the North American Indians Myths of the Cherokee Myths of the Iroquois A Study of Siouan Cults Outlines of Zuñi Creation Myths The Mountain Chant - A Navajo Ceremony

The Mythology of the Superhero

The Mythology of the Superhero

Superheroes have been an integral part of popular society for decades and have given rise to a collective mythology familiar in popular culture worldwide. Though scholars and fans have recognized and commented on this mythology, its structure has gone largely unexplored. This book provides a model and lexicon for identifying the superhero mythos. The author examines the myth in several narratives—including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Green Arrow and Beowulf—and discusses such diverse characters as Batman, Wolverine, Invincible and John Constantine.

The Myths of the North American Indians

The Myths of the North American Indians

Rich anthology of the myths and legends of the Algonquins, Iroquois, Pawnees, and Sioux: warrior rivalries, steadfast love, and victory over powerful forces. Extensive historical and ethnological commentary. 36 illustrations.

Man, Myth & Magic

An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Supernatural

Man, Myth & Magic


The Myth of the Magus

The Myth of the Magus

After identifying its anthropological origins in ancient rituals performed by a shaman or wizard, this text traces the development of the Magus through pre-Christian religious and mystic philosophers, medieval sorcerers and alchemists and the 18th and 19th century occult revival.