Oh yes it can…
Since starting this website I have had some wonderful exchanges with many readers. (Plus a few that have been frankly disturbing…). Some of these exchanges have evolved into collaborations of one sort or another.
One of my most insightful and entertaining collaborators is a guy named Rowan. He and I have had many fruitful discussions about the Michael teachings, and in particular about the way facial characteristics can often reveal an individual’s innermost essence (i.e. soul type and casting).
As an Old Priest, Rowan is quite intuitive and has been developing his ability to sense people’s essence and overleaves. He is very assiduous in his research, determined to hone his skill.
Every now and then Rowan sends me an enormous collection of photos of historical figures, people in the news, actors, pop stars and – I have to say – more than a few Z-list celebrities I’ve never heard of. A typical email starts: “Hey Barry, here’s 170 faces that I think are Warrior-cast Scholars – what do you think?” (Cue two hours of ultra-slow broadband while the photos download.)
Anyway, Rowan has given me his permission to start sharing some of his own insights, and here is one that made me laugh out loud.
He sent me an email with 40+ photos, and simply said “I have stumbled upon a rather easy way to spot Artisan as the primary role.” He didn’t say what it is, however, but left it for me to figure out. Hehe. See how long it takes you to get it too.
How to spot an Artisan…
Did you spot it? Yes, of course, it’s geek chic specs!
Clearly, while Sages go for huge, flashy designs, and Priests are drawn to round wireframes, for Artisans there seems to be only one option: the ever-ironically-fashionable thick-framed hipster glasses — a retro-reference to the ultracool shades worn in the Beatnik era … Which I now know all about thanks to Rowan and places like knowyourmeme.com/memes/hipster-glasses.