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 Archetypes for genders on S3? 
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Post Archetypes for genders on S3?
In addition to "O" being associated to people (animals, planets, etc), is there any other archetype that could provide in detail the gender of a person in the target?

Three days ago I worked in a target and on my S3 I got a "O" that looked more like a "O+" (Female Symbol). This unprecedented symbol (plus additional information retrieved during the session) made me conclude that the person in question is in fact a woman.

Since my cue is a future event I have no way to verify the accuracy of this archetype until a couple of weeks when this event takes place.

Have someone ever had a specific archetype/symbol that denotes the gender of a person on a S3?

Thanks in advance!


Mon Apr 09, 2007 8:22 pm
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Other than S6 and/or a target geometry, there is no reliable way to determine life form gender.

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Mon Apr 09, 2007 10:14 pm
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There has been times I've gotten 'masculine' or 'feminine' in S4 Intangibles, but I only get it when the Matrix gives it to me. I've also not had that data often enough to determine its reliability.


Mon Apr 09, 2007 10:39 pm
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Correct. Those are intangible qualities which do not necessarily equate to anatomical or genetic makeup.

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Thank you both for your input, I do appreciate it. :)


Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:21 pm
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Thanks for this, I was wondering about this as well. :)


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