article heros journey
article compiled by Henryk Szubinski
on the short or long paths
5th freedoom of knowledge moovement
the 7th framework
its up to you to keep on counting
follow the chordis nrs
make the dcision to track back and KNOW for real
keep on with the knowledge because the start is from chordis 3
so there will be a shift that keeps you counting
into the innermost cave and then decide if chordis 6 to chordis 7 is the sword.
Joseph Campbell’s term monomyth, also referred to as the hero’s journey, refers to a basic pattern found in many narratives from around the world. This widely distributed pattern was described by Campbell in The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949). An enthusiast of novelist James Joyce, Campbell borrowed the term monomyth from Joyce’s Finnegans Wake.
Campbell held that numerous myths from disparate times and regions share fundamental structures and stages, which he summarized in the introduction to The Hero with a Thousand Faces:
“ A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man. ”
Campbell and other scholars, such as Erich Neumann, describe narratives of Buddha, Moses, and Christ in terms of the monomyth, and Campbell argues that other classic myths from many cultures follow this basic pattern.
what is the force that govorns the HEOES JOURNEY to make more than just one related to event or value.
the truth is that MOVIES are all about money
MONEY to get you started in the MOVIE BUSINESS
The redemption movement consists of supporters of an alleged American conspiracy theory. Redemption theory involves claims that when the U.S. government abandoned the gold standard in 1933, it pledged its citizens as collateral so it could borrow money. The movement asserts that common citizens can gain access to these funds using obscure procedures and regulations.
According to the theory, the government created a fictitious person (or “straw man”) corresponding to each newborn citizen with bank accounts initially holding $630,000. The theory further holds that through obscure procedures under the Uniform Commercial Code, a citizen can “reclaim” the straw man and write checks against its accounts.[dead link] Its adherents sometimes call themselves “sovereign citizens”.
There have been many well-publicized convictions of citizens attempting to take advantage of this theory and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) regards the instructors and promoters of Redemption schemes as fraudsters  while the U.S. Internal Revenue Service has included the “straw man” claim in its list of frivolous positions that may result in the imposition of a $5,000 penalty when used as the basis for an inaccurate tax return.
redemption as seen in a musical track from a movie