posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 09:31 AM
Originally posted by Cheyracingchick
I am starting to think this too, but for the life of me, I can't find anything that it could symbolize. Any ideas?
Well when you first described the 'letters', I was thinking more of thin-edged, san serif characters, but your drawing was very different that I was
I hesitate to tell my own symbolic interpretation, first because they're 'your' symbols, and you should be the one to decide what your 'valid'
intepretation is. Second, perhaps my interpretation is a little too personally revealing.
But in looking at your drawing, I was studying the 'negative space', inside the individual letters, rather than the outline of the letters
themselves. See what I'm saying? Sort of like that optical illusion that looks either like two faces or a trophy.
To draw down to basic archetype, as is commonly done when interpreting symbols, the interior of the top symbol looks like an elongated mushroom, or
'male' symbol (you know what I'm saying). And the interior of the bottom symbol looks like a receptive 'female' shape, with the indentation on
the right side of the 'E'... well, something approaching.
Perhaps I've been reading too much Jung/Campbell? Anyway, I would also agree that the font looks vaguely Cyrillic.