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    Default Education and Mbti

    We first learn to think naturally and intuitively at home, using all our senses, but then the State cmpells us by Law to go to school.

    At school we learn to do something unnatural and counter intuittive, we learn to read and write.

    We learn to be civilised. We learn to think llieally and sequentially, we learn to think logically.

    So the more educated we are, the more we think counter intuitively, and the less educated, the more we think intuitively.

    Astrology and Mbti use intuitive thinking.

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    The barbarians know not literacy and think in images, while the literate think in print.

    The Zulus thought in images while the British organised themselves in print, click Epic Gun Fights: #3 - Zulu - YouTube.

    But what the Zulus failed to achieve, rock 'n' roll and the net have succeeded in doing. Rock 'n' roll and the net have replaced print with images.

    The Bible warns us against worshipping images, and the simple truth is all images lie, in that the image is not the thing imaged, click this is not a pipe - Google Search.

    But like gardarene swine we leap over the cliff of images, click '''Gadarene Swine''' Giclee Print - Clive Uptton | Art.com.

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