Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World Setting & Symbolism

Carol S. Pearson
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The Holy Grail

The Holy Grail is a magical container that holds or once held the blood of Christ. It is sought by the knights of the Middle Ages. The Holy Grail symbolizes the special knowledge that can cure the King and the kingdom.

Parsifal, Lancelot

Parsifal and Lancelot are two of the leading knights of the Middle Ages. Parsifal is given a sword and sees a procession, but fails to ask the questions that would cure the King. Parsifal represents the experiences of the soul, which are often not accessible to a person without special effort.

Pinocchio, Gepetto

Pinocchio is the wooden doll made by Gepetto. Gepetto longs to have a son, and with the help of the Blue Fairy, Pinocchio comes to life.

Gods and Goddesses

Many gods and goddesses and their stories are examined by the author. These include Christ, Dionysus, Kali, Shiva, and various...

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