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Specifically this bit:
ROSE: Of course thess stories are acutually bullshit. They didn't happen in realaity. But thef act that they'rare bullshit makes them more inshresting. 
ROSE: Men have crefted many stories that are bullshit out of symbols risen from the abyss of coinsciousness withou necesharily knowing whath e fuck they were doing or saying, as they flounered around for some truth. 
ROSE: Bust in spite of themseleves they would for howefer briefly cross through a ray of light regarless. Becuss of the sbymbols. Dave.. The symbols hol dall the power. 

There's actually a ton in the opus as a whole; I wish I had time and better grounding in order to do a real discussion of it.  As it is, I don't have formal academic training in psychology beyond a few required courses and one clinical rotation, so I don't really think I'm qualified to analyse the entire corpus.  Someone could, you know, fund me to do so, though.  

Date: 2012-10-25 04:55 am (UTC)
laylah: a person's torso; the person wears black and has hands hooked in belt loops. the belt buckle is a silver cross. (every man a liar)
From: [personal profile] laylah
hahaha I thought of you when she started going into that topic. yesss potent symbols and archetypesssss.

Date: 2012-10-25 05:03 am (UTC)
laylah: an illustration from  Through the Looking Glass: a black kitten pawing at a ball of yarn. (Default)
From: [personal profile] laylah
And still evolving, in response to the needs and prayers of its faithful!

Date: 2012-10-25 05:42 am (UTC)
laylah: distant city lights at night, with the text "I swear I'd burn the city down to show you the light" (weasel in love)
From: [personal profile] laylah
Haha, yes. "In response to" but not necessarily in alignment with. Because the wailing and gnashing of teeth are pleasing to the wicked god.


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