Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: RS: a theory
From: email@example.com (Carol Miller-Tutzauer)
Date: 1991-04-17, 15:42
In article <41782@ucbvax.BERKELEY.EDU>, jbuck@janus.Berkeley.EDU (Joe Buck) writes...
> >In article <firstname.lastname@example.org.Buffalo.EDU> email@example.com writes:
>> >>Some additional comments. Tibet is important because it is there
>> >>that Cooper discovers that there is a good-evil duality that
>> >>transcends individual religions (and religious beliefs). This
>> >>is why there are such parallels among Tibet, Twin Peaks,
>> >>Christianity, the Bookwus beliefs, and so forth.
> >You were fine up to here, but then you blew it. I assure you
> >that Coop would not learn about a good-evil duality in Tibet,
> >since such beliefs are utterly foreign there, being an aspect
> >of Western philosophy. It all goes back to Zoroaster, also
> >known as Zarathusta; he preached that there were two gods, one
> >good, one evil, locked in endless struggle. When the Persians
SORRY!!! :-) Anyways, what you state, however, seems consistent
to me. "Two Gods, one good, one evil, locked in endless struggle."
In Christian belief we have Christ & the devil (who once was united
with God in Heaven). In Zarathustra's teachings, we have two gods,
one evil and one good. The "spirits" of the Bookwus are aligned
along dark and light forces.
So.... Explicate your modifications to make the theory work!!!!
Isn't that what this whole discourse is for?