Whether or not it can represent "looping" in either sideways or upright: but much chatter has been given to its representing infinity or aspects of it:Novalis wrote:I keep reading this, but as far as I can remember Jeffries made it into a figure 8, not a lemniscate ( sideways 8 ).Michael Philip wrote:...Jeffries switching the owl symbol to infinity....
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The numbers-geek in me is going to have fun sorting out the various numerological significances of things such as "8," "10" (the number of completion), and 6, and 430... Furthermore, I don't recall Cooper's detective-work or such as Hawk's mystical ruminations touching upon much numerology. There's that one time when Gordon on the airplane gives the rundown about "spirit mound" by counting on Tammy's fingers.. But viewers of TP, FWWM and tP:TR are invited on plenty of occasions to consider the numbers as they appear on the screen in suggestive ways.
Good point, I am wondering the same.Trudy Chelgren wrote:did Carrie scream because of the shock of not being who she thought she was, or was it the trauma of Laura's life? Either is unsettling. But what it infers is incredibly painful and haunting. Unless the story continues and resolves in some way, the ending is not positive for me. It's deeply poignant.