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A Few Good Men –

Sagittarius men
Match the names with the photos – William Blake, James Agee, Claude
Levi-Strauss and Asano Tadanobu.
It is easy to name Asano and Blake.
All these guys were born on Nov 27 and Nov 28.

Happy Birthday Jon!Jon Stewart Nov 28 1962
Guess who Jon Stewart shares a birthday with? He should be happy to be in a company of such great minds.
Jon is a Sagittarius/Tiger the Impulsive Pacesetter.
Sun and Moon in Sagittarius/Sagittarius –
The combination of your Sun sign and your Moon sign produces an explosive personality that is always on the go and very much involved. Mentally and physically you are a hair-trigger and rapid-fire type. You’re quick to play your hunches, and these impulses are generally fairly sound. You think in large terms.
You see things in abstract ideals and you live by your stern judgments, expecting others to likewise conform to your standards.
(read more from here. Scroll down for Sagittarius with Sagittarius Moon)

Some relevant links for your enjoyment:
James Agee was very handsome

Let us now praise the famous men

A Famous Man by David Denby (from the New Yorker)

Agee’s full and short life

Agee’s Gospel (from the Nation)

Asano Tadanobu, Tokyo Psycho and his own site here.

The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

Life & WorksWilliam Blake of William Blake (image source)

Claude Levi-Strauss says myth is actually on a more complex level than language. Myth shares with language the following characteristics:

1. It’s made of units that are put together according to certain rules.

2. These units form relationships with each other, based on opposites which provide the basis of the structure.

He concludes that the structural method of myth analysis brings order out of a mess. It provides a means to account for widespread variations on a basic myth structure, and is logical and scientific. This was important for the scientist in Levi-Strauss. He says that repetition, in myth as in oral literature, is necessary to reveal the structure of the myth. Because of this need for repetition, the myth is told in layer after layer. However, the layers aren’t the same, and it’s eventually shown that the myth “grows” as it is told, but the structure of the myth does not grow.

Language is a form of human reason, which has its internal logic of which man knows nothing.

The world began without man, and it will complete itself without him.
Claude Levi-Strauss

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