Re: Theos-World Re: heretics speaking the truth
Feb 20, 2002 07:10 AM
by Morten Sufilight
Hi All of you,
I have heard, that the major Ruined Tower, doesn't correspond with the - Middle Eastern views. (written 1964-8 by Idries Shah).
Sufilight with en(vi)ron-mental 'concrete'...<:-)...(-:>...High hats or not, funny they are...
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Subject: Theos-World Re: heretics speaking the truth
> --- In theos-talk@y..., Eldon B Tucker <eldon@t...> wrote:
> > There are different guises that we can take on to
> > help teach others. The heretic guise is akin to the
> > trickster or The Fool. Other more traditional guises
> > are more akin to The Magician or The Hierophant.
> If you're talking about archetypes that make people uncomfortable
> with the truth, those belong of the Swords suit, not to mention the
> esoteric truths of The High Priestess or the karmic truths of The
> Justice. The most detached, objective, truthful archetype would be
> exemplified by the King of Swords, the judge or the lawyer. The
> truthful, blunt, direct style of the Queen of Swords is often too
> much to take. It would be the Queen of Swords who makes it difficult
> for people to hear the truth because her style lacks compassion.
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