Lord Bacon's Interpretation of Myths - Vintage Lecture Note # 269
This is an original lecture packet printed at PRS in 1981.
"Lord Bacon's Interpretation of Myths" - Lecture Note 269
"For just a moment suppose the gods had to take an oath. Who would they swear by? To Bacon who was a lawyer and probably had a good many perjury cases, this comes to be a problem. It would not be very possible to do as in one booklet written years ago, "Heavenly Discourse, a god swears by saying: "By Myself".
But the Greeks did not do it that way. The great oath of the gods was the oath to the River Styx."
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