—G. K. Chesterton
“The self is more distant than any star.”
And Explore the Soul
John Knight Lundwall
John Knight Lundwall holds a doctorate in comparative myth and religion from the Joseph Campbell school of comparative myth, Pacifica Graduate Institute, out of California.
He is a writer, author, and lecturer, the managing editor for Cosmos and Logos: Journal of Myth, Religion, and Folklore, and a founding board member of the Utah Valley Astronomy Club, a non-profit organization partnering with state and national parks to run their astronomy programs.
He is the Project Leader of The Archaeastronomy Project of Fremont Indian State Park and has put together a team of researchers to investigate the archaeoastronomy of Fremont Petroglyphs.
He is also a tour leader to ancient sites and gives lectures and night sky astronomy tours. His major area of research is on the epistemology of orality and the creation of ancient myth. He lives in Utah and is an avid backyard astronomer, astrophotographer, and hiker of the outdoors.