The Archetypal Hero - pendleton.k12.ky.us

The Archetypal Hero - pendleton.k12.ky.us

The Archetypal Hero What Do Luke Skywalker, Simba, King Arthur, Moses, and William Wallace all have in common? Jung and Campbell Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell developed Joseph Campbell the idea of the archetype. Archetype: A recurring

pattern of images, situations, or symbols found in the mythology, religion, art, and dreams of cultures around the world Carl Jung Archetypal Hero Traits

Unusual Circumstances of Birth Leaves Family and Lives With Others Traumatic Event Leads to Quest Special Weapon Supernatural Help

Proves Himself on Quest Journey and Unhealable Wound Atonement With Father Spiritual Apotheosis Unusual Birth Often in danger or born into royalty Luke w/ aunt and uncle Simba born a prince

Moses put in basket King Arthur in danger from Uther Pendragons rivals Leaves Family Raised away from his people Luke w/ aunt and

uncle Simba w/ Timon and Poobah King Arthur w/ Merlin William Wallace with uncle Moses w/ Pharaohs daughter

Traumatic Event A heros life is changed forever Lukes aunt and uncles death Wallaces wife is killed Arthur pulls sword from stone Simba fights Nala Yahweh appears to Moses

Special Weapon Only the hero can wield his weapon Lukes light saber Arthurs Excalibur Moses staff Wallaces sword Simbas ... claws?

Supernatural Help Hero often has spiritual guidance Luke hears ObiWan Kenobi Arthur has Merlin Yahweh guides Moses Wallace dreams of his dead father Simba sees Mufasa in the sky and has Rafiki

help him Proves Himself Hero performs feats while on Quest Luke blows up Death Star, leads rebellion Arthur leads battles Moses perform miracles

Simba contemplates his life Wallace leads his men against British Journey & Unhealable Wound Hero descends into a hell-like area and suffers wounding from

encounter w/ evil Symbolically goes where normal humans cant and finds truth about self Atonement With Father Hero either redeems fathers evil deeds or

reconciles with father over wrongs done by the hero Apotheosis Hero is rewarded spiritually at the end of his life Wanna find out more? http://tatsbox.com/hero

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