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Marc Alexander’s ‘Prophetic’ art meditates gloom

A sense of immanent doom was palpable in popular culture understatements of the 2001 9/11 terror attacks; 2012 Mayan Long Count zero; global financial crisis; Arab Spring waves; pollution; and Age Aquarius (since 2016). The 2019 autumn mass protests (assembly, archetype 5) worldwide, for freedom and environment, against ‘extinction’ (5v13), herald the Age of science, ritual, administration, hyperactivity, global friendship and political standards. Marc Alexander’s death and oracles collage subconsciously expresses the archetypal structure in unusually dense detail. This post includes a guide to how to identify archetypal features in cultural media.

The stoneprint tour of Paris

Social groups always re-express a specific structure in every complex building site, including villages, temple fields, campuses and cities. Known elements of the archetypal structure of culture include some of their characteristic features; their peripheral sequence; and spacing of communal... Continue Reading →

Astrology divines events by abstract structure

Astrology uses the sequence of the twelve core archetypes as abstract ‘signs’, but does not split the four large types into two each, as natural and cultural media do. The major stars are not eyes of constellation figures (except for the Hyades bovid... Continue Reading →

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