Kokopelli

The latest episode of Twin Peaks reminded me of the moment in the sixth episode when a little boy gets hit by Richard’s pickup truck. As I have explained in a former blog post (here), I noticed a woman standing in the crowd of passers-by. She was wearing a top with a pattern of Kokopelli, the fertility god of Native American mythology, playing the flute.

My first reaction, though, was that the character on the woman’s top was regurgitating something, as one can see a variety of shapes on the bottom right of the image. I am now wondering if this was not the case, after all, a kind of subliminal image meant to prefigure the cosmic entity whom we saw vomiting a series of eggs caught in a stream of gelatinous substance…

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