(urth) Like a good Neigbor

David Stockhoff dstockhoff at verizon.net
Mon Nov 21 11:59:56 PST 2011

On 11/21/2011 2:47 PM, Lee Berman wrote:
>> One body per soul, that kind of thing.  Sure, you can argue around it, and
>> say the Neighbour made a copy of himself and injected it into Horn as a new soul.
> Not a copy. A shared portioning. Soul is like fire, maybe. A plasma-like substance.
> It can be shared without losing any of itself.

I am unsure of this, but I agree that such sharing is far from fatal.
> Surely when Tzadkiel breaks him/her
> island-sized self into smaller giant, man, monkey and fairy sized portions, each
> one has a full measure of the original soul without loss by the original.
> Horn died in the pit. No worries there. The discussion ought to be more on whether
> a Neighbor shared its soul to facilitate the resurrection. I think James makes a
> good case for this. Especially when a hooved, horned animal is involved.

Versus a tusked one .... there is a reason why Horn's boys are Hoof and 
> Please no more talk of "which Neighbor". It clearly doesn't matter much. They share
> a soul which burns about the same in all of them. Including within SilkHorn it
> would seem. This shared soul would help explain dream travel.

Perhaps, although Nettle is not a Neighbor. But that could be considered 
an evolutionary step up.

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