Monday, January 29, 2007

The Rat Woman: A Natural Bewitcher

What, in heaven’s name, is a “rat woman?” Dear readers, do any of you have a definition for this type of woman? When I first encountered the term, taken in context, it seemed to carry a strong negative connotation. To me, it signified one who is notoriously evil, devilish, fiendish, lacking in sincerity, with a penchant for destroying others. For example, if one is referred to as a “she-rat”, I doubt it's being expressed as a term of endearment.

In my experience, I’ve found that attractions to “rat women” are usually the result of a strong archetypal energy pattern the “rat lover” carries, which becomes his hook, or point of projection. There are many reasons why we find others attractive. Generally, the reason being, “the other” has constellated a powerful image in our psyche. This is a sensitive point for us because we actually contain the image within ourselves too, but it’s hidden.

Men, who find themselves at the mercy of a rat woman’s feet, are bestowing archetypal power on a woman who happens to be just as human as he is. Is this wrong? I’m not sure it is, as I think it’s a natural human tendency to impart divine qualities onto that which is hidden. Because it remains “under the radar” we are all to eager to assign these projections to others who sure make fine receptacles, as long as they too are feeding power to the same image. However, men who experience this power as being “done to them”, need to effectively draw back their projection and see it for what it’s worth, their own inner image of the feminine, or their expectation of it what it is.

These images, in childhood, are passed down from parental figures, but are far more powerful and large than the actual parents. However, our own parents play the part well themselves. Those who attract rats are actively projecting some part of their own ravished feminine upon a woman, who, because of her identification with the Persephone archetype, is only too eager participate.

If there is one thing I’ve learned from my smorgasbord of failed relationships, it's when to pull the projection back when it get’s out of hand. Consider this a strong jerk in the right direction.


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