Metaphors of Movement Esoteric Study Group

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Mike Gray
Mike Gray
9 months ago

I tend to think of the Fool as being right on the edge of a cliff — is that a different symbolism?

Ben Willens
Ben Willens
9 months ago

Would you consider the character of Mike from β€œStranger in a Strange Land” to be a good representation of the archetype of the fool?

Ben Willens
Ben Willens
9 months ago

Perhaps more towards the beginning of the book. I think he takes on more qualities of the magician later on after he…well…becomes a magician

Marco Uitendaal
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Marco Uitendaal
8 months ago
Reply to  Ben Willens

If I grok it, doesn’t the Fool have a bit of “I know it’s gonna be messy but I’m going to jump in anyway.” ? I think you’re right Ben, if he knew up front he probably would do differently but he just jumps in without any judgement or preconceptions. Let’s experience what happens because that’s what it’s all about. That and watersharing. Didn’t read it in there, thanks for pointing it out! Now I’ll prolly actually finish the book. πŸ™‚

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