In Viral Mythology, the authors discuss popular universals like
"The Golden Rule". The universal concepts are explained utilizing
more than one culture and sometimes a plurality of cultures. The book
explains how minds virtually copy data for recorded history.
The author takes readers to the "El Castillo" which is
the oldest known repository of cave paintings depicting
goods traded, sold or bartered. The rise of writing
is found in the "World Tree" which supports the heavens
There is an interesting discussion of Uruk which is the
biblical "True City" in Iraq otherwise known as the Cradle
of Civilization. The writing itself expresses laws, rules and
evolving number systems found in virtually every culture.
The book is an interesting venture into the past to explore
common threads in comparative world cultures and even
religion itself. Academic scholars everywhere will revere this book.