1: As Timeless As Infinity: The Complete Twilight Zone.
In many ancient culture and religion, there are stories of the Creation Myths . These myths normally tell of how the gods created the world and mankind. There are some common stories of how the gods were themselves born, their wars against the elder

In many ancient culture and religion, there are stories of the Creation Myths . These myths normally tell of how the gods created the world and mankind. There are some common stories of how the gods were themselves born, their wars against the elder gods, and probably the most interesting, is the story of a great Flood with few human survivors.

The best known story of the Flood can be found in the Bible (Genesis), but they can also be found in Mesopotamia, Greece, Scandinavia, India, China and even from the Australian Aborigines. Each culture has it own version of the flood. The Greeks called it the Deluge.

Here, we have several Greek versions of the creation of the world, including the story of the Flood. The most authoritative source comes from the Boeotian poet of the 7th century BC, Hesiod, but I will deal with alternative sources later.

The first sentence of Carol Serling's introduction to this book is bold: "If you were born in the last century and had a TV set, chances are that you have heard of The Twilght Zone ." But I believe that even that broad statement underplays Rod's influence on Western culture.

The phrase "Twilight Zone" and its concept of the surreal underpinnings of everyday life entered America's consciousnesss while the show was still in its initial run: public figures as diverse as a prize fighter and a politician both used it while The Twilght Zone was still in prime time.

Serling's passionate commitment to equality and justice—and especially his willingness to fight The Powers of the Day for these beliefs—anticipated the social turmoil and progress of the latter Sixties. His use of fantasy to illustrate relevant points about the real world transformed drama.

In many ancient culture and religion, there are stories of the Creation Myths . These myths normally tell of how the gods created the world and mankind. There are some common stories of how the gods were themselves born, their wars against the elder gods, and probably the most interesting, is the story of a great Flood with few human survivors.

The best known story of the Flood can be found in the Bible (Genesis), but they can also be found in Mesopotamia, Greece, Scandinavia, India, China and even from the Australian Aborigines. Each culture has it own version of the flood. The Greeks called it the Deluge.

Here, we have several Greek versions of the creation of the world, including the story of the Flood. The most authoritative source comes from the Boeotian poet of the 7th century BC, Hesiod, but I will deal with alternative sources later.

61--zHRMcrL