Yes, the ‘constructors’ of the myths knew of the human soul, and how it functions best, and were keen to communicate this information, and to pass on the secrets of its cultivation to their prospective charges. A pity the same cannot be said of those who designate themselves our ‘controllers’ today.
Taking the old tales literally is a little like trying to use a tooth-pick to tackle the job of a spade.
Who would think to attempt that?
I am hardly likely to object to opening doors…
In the film , the military policeman, Major Calloway, represents, the’Uber ich’ or ‘Over I’. Calloway refers to the second world war as ‘Business’. His name may be a contraction of ‘callous way’. When Holly declares that he wants to get to the bottom of things, Calloway responds, ‘Death’s at the bottom of everything Martins, leave death to the professionals.’ Which is certainly a very callous reply…
The precise number of Hydra’s heads has been troubling me for some time. The accounts seem to vary. Both seven and nine, which appear to be the ‘front-runners’, are psychologically interesting and well worth ‘unpacking’.
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