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phil777
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09 Aug 2009, 3:18 pm

Actually, going through an arch is reminiscent of penetration, would it not (the same with tunnels, as has been noted by one particular episode of Family Guy) ? There goes Freud.... ~­.~ (oh yeah, he was Scorpio like my self)

Back on topic, i do feel sometimes that religious monuments are rather awe inspiring. You would do well to remember that work in ancient times was channelled toward building so that the workers could be repaid by the king (or ruler) afterwards. This still contributed to the advent of the religion at the same time, since royalty and religion worked hand in hand.



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09 Aug 2009, 3:24 pm

phil777 wrote:
Actually, going through an arch is reminiscent of penetration, would it not (the same with tunnels, as has been noted by one particular episode of Family Guy) ? There goes Freud.... ~­.~ (oh yeah, he was Scorpio like my self)


:D Freud was a scorpio.. I don't know much about him but it does explain things.

PS phil777 I didn't know you were inerested in astrology


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09 Aug 2009, 3:30 pm

LOL, I've often thought of erections having implications to man's mass production.

It's too hard not to ignore... >_<


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09 Aug 2009, 3:35 pm

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LOL, I've often thought of erections having implications to man's mass production.

It's too hard not to ignore... >_<


Admittedly some men have huge ambitions but comparing one guy's output with what comes off the Toyota line daily does not indicate anything like an industrial production.



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09 Aug 2009, 3:55 pm

You're absolutely right.

But all in all, it is usually a means to compensate for what man is lacking...


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09 Aug 2009, 6:18 pm

MissConstrue wrote:
You're absolutely right.

But all in all, it is usually a means to compensate for what man is lacking...


Since we all try to compensate for our lacks I fail to see how that is negative unless you are assuming some sort of compensation well beyond reasonable limits.



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09 Aug 2009, 7:18 pm

Who suggested it negative?

You did. :wink:


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09 Aug 2009, 8:22 pm

Meh, all scorpios are interested by the occult arts to some degree.... and our important parts are the genitals, so yeah. Explains Freud's contribution.



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10 Aug 2009, 12:11 am

phil777 wrote:
Meh, all scorpios are interested by the occult arts to some degree.... and our important parts are the genitals, so yeah. Explains Freud's contribution.


Astrology has always seemed to me an amusing fantasy with absolutely no factual basis and to ascribe interest in sex to only those born within a very limited time span fits well within the mind set of ignoring reality.