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  1. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Twelve - Sex, Love, Romance

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON 12 “SEX, LOVE, ROMANCE” WHAT IT MEANS Along with lightning, volcanoes, and tsunamis, sex and love are among nature’s most powerful, overwhelming, and radically transformative effects. Love, lust, affection, power-plays, reproduction, surrender, ecstasy...
  2. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Eleven - Weapons, Wounds & Deaths

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON 11 “WEAPONS, WOUNDS & DEATHS” WHAT IT MEANS Live by the sword – die by the sword. Karma. As ye sow, so shall ye reap. Poetic justice. IN HISTORY, MYTH, AND CONTEMPORARY TIMES It's a mythic-esoteric rule that the only thing that can heal you is the...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Ten - Steps & Stairs

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON 10 “STEPS & STAIRS” WHAT IT MEANS Progress. Ambition. Accomplishment. Struggle. Improvement. Dissolution. Upwards — spiritual progress or attainment. Death and transfiguration. Ascent into the heavens. Gain of place and status. Downwards — spiritual...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Nine - Architecture

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON 9 “ARCHITECTURE” WHAT IT MEANS Usually a situation or a concept rather than a personal emotion or characteristic. The mud hut denotes poverty, the luxurious palace prosperity. The jumbled streets of a slum say something vastly different from the broad...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Eight - Anatomy

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON 8 “ANATOMY” WHAT IT MEANS The function of that body part: life force (blood); new life (sex organs); perception (eyes, ears); speech (mouth); motion (legs); connections (hands); identity, consciousness, ideas (head). Psychiatrist Sigmund Freud famously...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Seven - Color

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON SEVEN “COLOR” WHAT IT MEANS Humans only perceive a small portion of the light in the universe. Our visible spectrum is limited to the rainbow of colors but does not include ultraviolet, infrared, and the myriad of other wavelengths. Different wavelengths...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Six - Astronomy & Astrology

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON SIX “ASTRONOMY & ASTROLOGY” WHAT IT MEANS Astronomy is the science of stars, planets, comets, and the cosmos. Astrology is a non-scientific but quite fascinating system of personality analysis and event prediction based on the movements of heavenly...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Five - Clothes Make the Character

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON FIVE CLOTHES MAKE THE CHARACTER WHAT IT MEANS Character, status, mood, group affiliation, sexual preference and availability. The outer presentation a person makes to the world. What they want others to think and feel about them. Clothes make the man...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Four - Fire & Water

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON FOUR “FIRE & WATER” FIRE WHAT IT MEANS Destruction. Purification. Transformation. Divinity. Passion. Anger. Ambition. Hell. IN HISTORY, MYTH, AND CONTEMPORARY TIMES The Greek Titan Prometheus defied the old gods’ system in order to bring fire to lowly...
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    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Three - Earth & Air

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON THREE “EARTH & AIR” EARTH WHAT IT MEANS - The physical realm. Nature, stability, solidity; grounded, basic, stolid, unmoving. Creation: Humans are made from clay or earth in many mythologies. The underworld. Death: “Ashes to ashes, dust to dust”. Lower...
  11. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson Two - The Three Levels of Symbolism

    LESSON TWO “THE THREE LEVELS OF SYMBOLISM” Sure, there are certain images that say “scary” (skeletons and vicious beasts), and some that say “warm and fuzzy” (puppies and kittens). But so much of what makes symbols and images work is their context. Play something up blatantly and it becomes...
  12. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Lecture SYMBOLS Lesson one - Introduction to Symbolism

    SYMBOLS by Pamela Jaye Smith LESSON ONE “INTRODUCTION TO SYMBOLISM” Communication is the most important aspect of human interaction, and it is accomplished in a number of ways, from utilitarian to artistic. Symbols and images affect people emotionally — hence their exceptional...
  13. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Lecture SYMBOLS - Welcome and Course Protocols

    SYMBOLS, IMAGES, CODES The Secret Language of Meaning in Media Pamela Jaye Smith WELCOME & COURSE PROTOCOLS Introduction Welcome, Savvy Authors, to the SYMBOLS, IMAGES, CODES on-line class. It's a delight to be with you all and I look forward to sharing insights about “The Secret Language...
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    Craft SYMBOLS. IMAGES. CODES. with Pamela Jaye Smith

    Humans are first of all visual creatures, and symbols are basic powerful communication tools. The more consciously you use symbols, images, and codes in your stories, the more effective your message will be. Using appropriate visuals – in prose, poetry, plays, or scripts - will heighten the...
  15. DiAnn Mills

    Craft Emotion & Symbols with DiAnn Mills

    *** Registration is now full. *** This is a LIVE webinar scheduled for Saturday September 12 at 3 p.m-4 p.m. EDT * Wondering what that time 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. EST is in your time zone? Click HERE Novels are about confrontation and that involves stress, conflict, and tension. These necessary...
  16. JimmyMorris

    Lecture More Cemetery Symbology

    The symbols used on tombs and gravestones are limited only by our imagination. In early days, we leaned more toward the natural world and death beliefs, like plants, animals and the Grim Reaper, but now, symbols in a cemetery can come from all manner of inspiration. Here are some more commonly...
  17. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Lecture Myth, Magic, Metaphysics - Lesson 7 - The 3 Levels of Symbolism

    MYTH, MAGIC METAPHYSICS Lesson 7 – The 3 Levels of Symbolism Pamela Jaye Smith Sure, there are certain images that say scary (skeletons and vicious beasts), and some that say warm and fuzzy (puppies and kittens). But so much of what makes symbols and images work is their context...
  18. Pamela Jaye Smith

    Craft SYMBOLS. IMAGES. CODES. with Pamela Jaye Smith

    Humans are first of all visual creatures, and symbols are basic powerful communication tools. The more consciously you use symbols, images, and codes in your stories, the more effective your message will be. Using appropriate visuals – in prose, poetry, plays, or scripts - will heighten the...