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Poster Handle Bea Nameless
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hi beau
 Quoting: aether


Hi everyone :) And I didn't bring that up to be negative. It's just a reminder that many of the things we think of as ours often springs from half remembered ideas we've stuffed into the memory hole, then reconfigured when they were needed. We all do this, in our art, in our lives, it's not unoriginal, it's variations on themes. Like every possibility wanting the chance of playing out, even if only through imaginary worlds we create that inspire others to do the same. How many times do we see fiction become truth and truth become fiction?
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Glad you brought this up. Dealing with the same set of facts or storylines how many people will arrive at similiar conclusions. Seeing for the most part that the human mind is wired to a bell curve of responses, does this not limit to some degree an answer? The question proposed leads again to the 100th monkey theory that has all but been discounted.
The similiarity to similiar myths and accounts of a Golden Age throughout widely disparate populations point to either a common origin or a common thought/analysis process. Again the wiring mechanism of the brain invariably leads different people to different conclusions about what is reality, eg democrats and republicans. But, what remains is a commonality of process. If I recall correctly, process was the second step involved with creating a workable structure to completing an archetype.
 Quoting: Esq 20093181


i find that interesting
i have never imagined building an archetype
i can imagine being an archetype

would enjoy hearing more if your prompted to say
 Quoting: aether


I can, doing something no one's ever done before by combining disparate elements from other archetypes. But not onto an outside egregore, but onto your own blueprint. Consciously imprinting your own "fictionsuit" for lack of a better term.
 
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