(Justin Deschamps) An archetype is a term referring to an influence on consciousness that crosses cultural divides. For instance, the fact men and women seek each other out for the purpose of sex, romance, and fellowship is an archetypal human experience—it doesn’t matter where you come from or what you believe, the drive to pair-bond is a human drive. Psychologically, archetypes have an instinctual or biological aspect, wherein certain drives are “hardwired” in the human psyche, such as the desire to survive, to love and be loved, and to seek out joy and play. Within human sexuality, there are ancient drives that influence both men and women.
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(Exploring Your Mind) Carl Jung’s 12 personality archetypes are the foundation of ancient works like The Odyssey and we can also see them in contemporary stories like The Matrix.
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Scientist Claims Great Sphinx is 10,000 Years Old — Earth Changes Due to Coronal Mass Ejections | Robert Schoch
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(Jon Rappoport) Yes, movies are made to install predictive programming in the audience, and to plant values and behaviors, and to debase the culture, and so forth and so on. But in many movies, something much simpler is going on…
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(David Nova) NOTE: Our corporate-controlled media is completely saturated with comic book super heroes. The article below is an interesting, well-researched exploration of the occult origin of these comic book figures.
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(Joy Jackson) Just as there are seven hues in a rainbow, our souls cast light as through a prism to embody seven soul archetypes. These soul archetypes — at least for purposes of this discussion — can be thought of as quintessential models of distinct and specific patterns of spiritual existence.
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