This week we are joined by naturalist, author and youtube creator Bernie Taylor. Bernie is an active researcher focussing on the nexus between ancient cave art, mythology and Joseph Campbell’s - ‘The Hero’s Journey’, and it's our pleasure to welcome him back to the show to discuss his recent findings.
How were our ancient ancestors influenced by the landscape, flora and fauna when creating their art?
How can oral tradition, mythology and the structure of timeless storytelling be analysed to shed light on our shared cultural heritage?
Through multidisciplinary synthesis we may be able to piece together the story of humanity, give voice to our long lost ancestors and draw inspiration for ourselves to answer age-old questions; what does it mean to be human?
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