jerry_friedman at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 3 20:27:30 PDT 2011
> From: António Pedro Marques <entonio at gmail.com>
>> On 11/3/2011 4:44 PM, Jerry Friedman wrote:
>>> Incidentally, there's a possible discrepancy in the theory that
>>> Pike's ghost is
>>> Silk's future astral self. The only description of Oreb's
>>> astral appearance I
>>> could find is as a fat bird up to Silkhorn's belt (RttW, Ch. 17).
>>> The young Silk
>>> would hardly call that "Oreb" without further comment. I
>>> suppose one could
>>> say that Oreb was big to contain the version of Scylla, and that after
>>> she was
>>> removed from him, he would have looked like his normal self. However,
>>> goes along on that expedition, when Cilinia is separate from Oreb, and
>>> comment on any change in Silk, unless I'm missing something.
>> We have an explanation for why Oreb did not look like a bird at the time.
>> was because he was possessed. Actually, I believe (IIRC, ho ho ho) that the
>> text explains this.
> The text does not explain that, but it in fact describes how the 'fat
> bird' split into a bird that looked just like the real Oreb, plus the
Ah, there it is, TrrW, Ch. 17. So much for my discrepancy.
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