Category Archives: Trickster

“Myth-eulogizing” Clarence Clemons (“Scooter and the Big Man”)

—— “Together, we told an older, richer story about the possibilities of friendship that transcended those I’d written in my songs and in my music.  Clarence carried it in his heart.  It was a story where the Scooter and the … Continue reading

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Lez Get “Real” (“Psychologizing or Seeing-through‘”)

“The latest incarnation of Oedipus, the continued romance of Beauty and the Beast, stands this afternoon on the corner of Forty-second Street and Fifth Avenue, waiting for the traffic light to change.”[1] The above quote from mythologist Joseph Campbell’s The … Continue reading

Posted in Archetypal Psychology, Culture, Depth Psychology, Fundamentalism/Literalism, Myth, Trickster | 5 Comments