Joined: Sep. 2006
|Quote (k.e @ April 01 2007,09:49)|
|Note the means by which Friedrich August Kekulé arrived at his conclusion. His unrestrained primitive subconscious mind served up an explanation in a visual language during a dream that explained a conundrum not available to conscious thought... Even the trope of the snake eating its own tail is a common mythological symbol.|
Kekulé; work, inspiration, work.
That was a bit of a nod to Kristine's previous comments — in the hopes that she wouldn't try to hit herself in the head with a hammer.
|Quote (quote-mined Kristine @ Mar. 31 2007,10:57)|
|... what revelation, other than a hammer from heaven smacking you in the head, is there for you to have? |
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