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He is a relative of Mrs. Timorous of the Second Part. His companion is Mistrust. Watchful, the porter of the House Beautiful. He also appears in the Second Part and receives "a gold angel" coin from Christiana for his kindness and service to her and her companions. Discretion, one of the beautiful maids of the house, who decides to allow Christian to stay there.
Prudence, another of the House Beautiful maidens. She appears in the Second Part. Piety, another of the House Beautiful maidens. Charity, another of the House Beautiful maidens. He is one of Satan's companion archdemons, who tries to force Christian to return to his domain and service. He appears as a huge demonic creature with fish's scales, the mouth of a lion, feet of a bear, second mouth on his belly, and dragon's wings.
He takes fiery darts from his body to throw at his opponents. Apollyon is finally defeated when Christian uses the Sword of the Spirit to wound him two times. They are allegories of Roman Catholicism and paganism as persecutors of Protestant Christians.
In the Second Part, Pagan is resurrected by a demon from the bottomless pit of the Valley of the Shadow of Death, representing the new age of pagan persecution, and Pope is revived of his deadly wounds and is no longer stiff and unable to move, representing the beginning of the Christian's troubles with Roman Catholic popes. Faithful, Christian's friend from the City of Destruction, who is also going on pilgrimage. He dies later in Vanity Fair for his strong faith and first reaches the Celestial City.
Wanton, a temptress who tries to get Faithful to leave his journey to the Celestial City. She may be the popular resident of the City of Destruction, Madam Wanton, who hosted a house party for friends of Mrs. Adam the First, "the old man" representing carnality and deceit who tries to persuade Faithful to leave his journey and come live with his three daughters: Moses, the severe, violent avenger representing the Law, which knows no mercy who tries to kill Faithful for his momentary weakness in wanting to go with Adam the First out of the way.
Moses is sent away by Jesus Christ. Talkative, a pilgrim that Faithful and Christian meet after going through the Valley of the Shadow of Death.
He is the son of Say-Well and Mrs. He is said to be better-looking from a distance than close up.
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His enthusiasm for talking about his faith to Faithful deceives him into thinking that he is a sincere man. Christian lets Faithful know about his unsavory past, and in a conversation that Faithful strikes up with him, he is exposed as shallow and hypocritical in his Christianity.
Lord Hate-Good is the opposite of a judge, he hates right and loves wrong because he does wrong himself. His jury is twelve vicious rogue men.
Envy, the first witness against Faithful who falsely accuses that Faithful shows no respect for their prince, Lord Beelzebub. Superstition, the second witness against Faithful who falsely accuses Faithful of saying that their religion is vain. Pick-Thank, the third witness against Faithful who falsely accuses Faithful of going against their prince, their people, their laws, their "honorable" friends, and the judge himself.
Hopeful, the resident of Vanity Fair, who takes Faithful's place as Christian's fellow traveler. The character Hopeful poses an inconsistency in that there is a necessity imposed on the pilgrims that they enter the "King's Highway" by the Wicket Gate. Hopeful, did not; however, of him, we read " Theologically and allegorically it would follow in that "faith" is trust in God as far as things present are concerned, and " hope ," biblically the same as " faith ," is trust in God as far as things of the future are concerned.
Hopeful would follow Faithful. The other factor is that Vanity Fair is right on the straight and narrow way. Ignorance, in contrast to Hopeful, was unconcerned about the end times of God, unconcerned with true faith in Jesus Christ, and gave false hope about the future.
Ignorance was told by Christian and Hopeful that he should have entered the highway through the Wicket Gate. He makes it his aim to avoid any hardship or persecution that Christians may have to undergo. He supposedly perishes in the Hill Lucre a dangerous silver mine with three of his friends, Hold-the-World, Money-Love, and Save-All, at the behest of Demas, who invites passersby to come and see the mine.
A "by-end" is a pursuit that is achieved indirectly. For By-Ends and his companions, it is the by-end of financial gain through religion.
Demas, a deceiver, who beckons to pilgrims at the Hill Lucre to come and join in the supposed silver mining going on in it. He is first mentioned in the Book of Second Timothy by the disciple Paul when he said, "Demas has deserted us because he loved the world". Demas tries two ways to trick Christian and Hopeful: Christian, filled with the Holy Spirit, is able to rebuke Demas and expose his lies. Giant Despair, the savage owner of Doubting Castle, where pilgrims are imprisoned and murdered.
He is slain by Greatheart in the Second Part. Giantess Diffidence, Despair's wife, known to be cruel, savage, violent, and evil like her husband. She is slain by Old Honest in the Second Part. Knowledgeone of the shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. Experienceanother of the Delectable Mountains shepherds. Watchful, another of the Delectable Mountains shepherds. Sincere, another of the Delectable Mountains shepherds.
Ignorance, "the brisk young lad", representing foolishness and conceit who joins the "King's Highway" by way of the "crooked lane" that comes from his native country, called "Conceit. He believes that he will be received into the Celestial City because of his doing good works in accordance with God's will. For him, Jesus Christ is only an example, not a Savior.
Christian and Hopeful try to set him right, but they fail. He gets a ferryman, Vain-Hope, to ferry him across the River of Death rather than cross it on foot as one is supposed to do. When he gets to the gates of the Celestial City, he is asked for a "certificate" needed for entry, which he does not have. The King upon hearing this, then, orders that he be bound and cast into Hell.
The Flatterer, a deceiver dressed as an angel who leads Christian and Hopeful out of their way, when they fail to look at the road map given them by the Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. Atheist, a mocker of Christian and Hopeful, who goes the opposite way on the "King's Highway" because he boasts that he knows that God and the Celestial City do not exist.
Second Part[ edit ] Mr. Sagacity, a guest narrator who meets Bunyan himself in his new dream and recounts the events of the Second Part up to the arrival at the Wicket Gate. Christiana, wife of Christian, who leads her four sons and neighbor Mercy on pilgrimage. Matthew, Christian and Christiana's eldest son, who marries Mercy. Samuel, the second son, who marries Grace, Mr. Joseph, the third son, who marries Martha, Mr.
James, fourth and youngest son, who marries Phoebe, Gaius's daughter. Mercy, Christiana's neighbor, who goes with her on pilgrimage and marries Matthew. Timorous, a relative of the Timorous of the First Part, who comes with Mercy to see Christiana before she sets out on pilgrimage.
Since she has a bat's eyes, she would be blind or nearly blind, so her characterization of Christiana as blind in her desire to go on pilgrimage is hypocritical.
Inconsiderate, a resident of The City of Destruction and friend of Mrs. She characterizes Christiana's departure "a good riddance" as an inconsiderate person would.
She changes the subject from Christiana to gossip about being at a bawdy party at Madam Wanton's home. She wonders if Christiana will actually go on pilgrimage. Ill-favoured Ones, two evil characters Christiana sees in her dream, whom she and Mercy actually encounter when they leave the Wicket Gate. The two Ill Ones are driven off by Great-Heart himself. Innocent, a young serving maid of the Interpreter, who answers the door of the house when Christiana and her companions arrive; and who conducts them to the garden bath, which signifies Christian baptism.
Greatheart, the guide and bodyguard sent by the Interpreter with Christiana and her companions from his house to their journey's end. He proves to be one of the main protagonists in the Second Part.
He is also known as "Bloody-Man" because he has killed many pilgrims or sent them on mazes of detours, where they were lost forever. Brisk, a suitor of Mercy's, who gives up courting her when he finds out that she makes clothing only to give away to the poor. He is shown to be a foppish, worldly-minded person who is double-minded about his beliefs.
Skill, the godly physician called to the House Beautiful to cure Matthew of his illness, which is caused by eating the forbidden apples and fruits of Beelzebub which his mother told him not to, but he did it anyway. He holds a grudge against Greatheart for doing his duty of saving pilgrims from damnation and bringing them from darkness to light, from evil to good, and from Satan, the Devil to Jesus Christ, the Savior. Old Honest, a pilgrim from the frozen town of Stupidity who joins them, a welcome companion to Greatheart.
Old Honest tells the stories of Mr. Fearing and a prideful villain named Mr.
Fearing, a fearful pilgrim from the City of Destruction whom Greatheart had "conducted" to the Celestial City in an earlier pilgrimage. Noted for his timidness of Godly Fears such as temptations and doubts. Gaius, an innkeeper with whom the pilgrims stay for some years after they leave the Valley of the Shadow of Death. He gives his daughter Phoebe to James in marriage. The lodging fee for his inn is paid by the Good Samaritan.
Gaius tells them of the wicked Giant Slay-Good. Giant Slay-Good, a Giant who enlists the help of evildoers on the King's Highway to abduct, murder, and consume pilgrims before they get to Vanity Fair. He is killed by Greatheart. Feeble-Mind, rescued from Slay-Good by Mr.
Greatheart, who joins Christiana's company of pilgrims.
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He is the nephew of Mr. Phoebe, Gaius's daughter, who marries James. Ready-to-Halt, a pilgrim who meets Christiana's train of pilgrims at Gaius's door, and becomes the companion of Mr.
Feeble-Mind, to whom he gives one of his crutches. Mnason, a resident of the town of Vanity, who puts up the pilgrims for a time, and gives his daughters Grace and Martha in marriage to Samuel and Joseph respectively. Grace, Mnason's daughter, who marries Samuel. Martha, Mnason's daughter, who marries Joseph. Despondency, a rescued prisoner from Doubting Castle owned by the miserable Giant Despair. Valiant, a pilgrim they find all bloody, with his sword in his hand, after leaving the Delectable Mountains.
He fought and defeated three robbers called Faint-Heart, Mistrust, and Guilt. Madame Bubble, a witch whose enchantments made the Enchanted Ground enchanted with an air that makes foolish pilgrims sleepy and never wake up again.
She is the adulterous woman mentioned in the Biblical Book of Proverbs. Self-Will went over a bridge to meet her and never came back again. Places in The Pilgrim's Progress[ edit ] A map of the places Pilgrim travels through on his progress; a fold-out map from an edition printed in England in City of Destruction, Christian's home, representative of the world cf.
In the First Part, Christian falling into it, sank further under the weight of his sins his burden and his sense of their guilt. Mount Sinai, a frightening mountain near the Village of Morality that threatens all who would go there. Wicket Gate, the entry point of the straight and narrow way to the Celestial City. Pilgrims are required to enter by way of the Wicket Gate. Beelzebub's castle was built not very far from the Gate.
House of the Interpreter, a type of spiritual museum to guide the pilgrims to the Celestial Ciblematic of Calvary and the tomb of Christ. Hill Difficulty, both the hill and the road up is called "Difficulty"; it is flanked by two treacherous byways "Danger" and "Destruction. Christian takes "Difficulty" the right wayand Formalist and Hypocrisy take the two other ways, which prove to be fatal dead ends.
Both Moon and Mercury are in fire signs, Moon in Aries in the 9th House of Religion, conjunct the Lot of Fortune would give him impulsiveness and a pioneering instinct even within a traditional religious environment.Psychic Astrology for JIM CARREY
At different times of his life he had to respond quickly to changing circumstances and his instincts were often correct. Luther seemed to have made the most of Pluto and its ability to transform the individual.
Prepared by a difficult upbringing and his devotion to Christian doctrine, Luther probed the basic meanings of doctrine and applied it to his life and it helped him change from a highly neurotic young adult to somebody who could open up new ways of living for others. Luther had plenty of Scorpio that manifested in other features of his life and work. One can look at his early years of gradually putting together his objections to Catholic doctrine that would later spring forward as a completely worked-out alternative to the Catholic tradition.
Once he entered public life as a critic of the Church he pursued his purpose with focus and courage, only gradually making the transition from loyal advocate of reform to religious revolutionary. Now we turn our attention to Neptune and Pisces. Symbolically, the gas giants successively expand the horizons of life, taking us from the conventional toward the metaphysical, from the personal toward the transpersonal.
Along with Pluto, the gas giants relate to larger historical and generational trends. Jupiter, the greater benefic and the gas giant closest to us with the swiftest orbit, is the most familiar of the four.
Jupiter enlarges life from the personal to the community or tribal, or from the local or tribal to the national or global. Some people of the nature of Jupiter are inclined toward religion and philosophy as way to connect with larger truths but this occurs within given social or cultural contexts. Jupiter is a good citizen, operates within a framework of convention, and is often the planet for increasing wealth not Venus and community.
As the planet of melancholy and also that of contemplation, Saturn at its best forces us away from self-absorption and complacency, from procrastination and comfort. As the first of the invisible planets Uranus is an outlier, the planet of genius, intuition, the higher mind that thinks broadly. Uranus takes us beyond expectation and forces us to leave old assumptions behind. Uranus allows us to glimpse the transformative quality of the present moment, even if we cannot stay with the present moment for more than half a minute.
We finally arrive at Neptune. This opening can bring us closer to divinity, can bestow upon us the ability to imagine and enact alternatives, but may also seduce us into dissociation, denial and dreamy illusion, avoidance fantasy and paranoia.
Those with prominent Neptune can be idealistic, visionary, and sometimes unbelievably misguided or degraded. Astrologically what makes for a prominent Neptune? As with Pluto, contacts made to angles and faster-moving personal planets reveal the facets of life that may be influenced by Neptune, for better or worse.
Worldly Pisces Pisces is a sign and not a planet and is on a different order of reality from Neptune. Because Pisces is a sign of the zodiac, its influence is primarily worldly, not otherworldly. Unfortunately, most modern descriptions of Pisces have become saturated with the symbolism of Neptune and have become distorted. Thus, they sincerely want to initiate healing and relief. Mutable signs are less inclined to start things, waver when perseverance is called for, but is greatly adaptable to changing circumstances.
When we add the element water to the fixed mode, we add emotional impressionability and sensitivity to inner world of oneself and those of others. Water and mutability together disclose the illusory quality of our lives and life in general, yet this does not have to become otherworldly. Like Gemini but in a less playful manner, Pisces assumes many disguises and phases, revealing itself differently in different situations, often being mysterious to oneself.
Pisces is capable of immersing oneself into an environment completely — and then into another one later. This is sometimes a virtue and sometimes a failing. Watery Pisces opposes the earth and mutable sign Virgo that focuses on concrete situations and practical outcomes; Gemini and Sagittarius, signs that are more conscious and intentional and mental, both square Pisces.
As the water sign of the mutable cross, Pisces has more emotional sensitivity and perceptual depth but sometimes lacks accountability and productivity. As Mars differs between its masculine presentation in Aries and feminine presentation in Scorpio, the domicile ruler of Pisces, feminine Jupiter, differs from masculine Jupiter the Sagittarian.
Feminine Jupiter is less ideological and righteous, more inclined toward changing perceptions and viewpoints and more aware of the hypocrisies of applied concept. This creates for Pisces a personal and sympathetic attitude based on feeling and intuition without the fantasy of saving the world or converting others to its own form of being right.
The protagonist has run away from an abusive environment and has joined forces with the runaway slave Jim on a river raft. Huckleberry Finn knew from an early age that harboring runaway slaves was illegal and immoral, yet with him was a human being with whom he had a personal connection.
He had written a letter to the authorities turning in Jim as a runaway, but, acknowledging that he could find nothing bad to say about him, reconsidered sending the letter: Additionally he was a pretty good musician.
Two birth times are given for Leonardo, 9: For better and for worse he exhibited many of the qualities of that sign. Leonardo also demonstrated the less- admired qualities of mutable water — he was notoriously negligent with his commissioned works, often moving away from a promised work once he solved its problems and lost interest.
His penchant for trying things in many different areas left much work incomplete. This has the feel of his Pisces Moon. Yet in many ways — as that of a military engineer, for example — Leonardo was a practical person. Looking again at his Pisces Moon, we notice that it is in antiscia to a dignified Saturn symmetrical to the Cancer-Capricorn axis. Abraham Lincoln The next Piscean individual is exemplary but in different ways. Here is his chart anyway.
This means we focus on Mercury, the planet of words and ideas and messages. These are strong influences but would be shallow if not for the essential condition of his Mercury placement. This can show up in negative ways: The pieces now fall into place. Jupiter especially with its contra-antiscion relationship with Venus had a great deal of personal sensitivity to go along with his articulation of national purpose, one that he arrived at not as a firm set of beliefs but as an evolving understanding.
Lincoln was not a religious man but he used the prevailing Christian religion to derive comfort and communicate meaning from the national calamity over which he presided. He was able to extend his own personal suffering his own bouts of depression, loss of a son in the war, a wife with mental illness to others and to the nation as a whole, even to the other side of the Civil War, the Confederacy.
For Martin Luther, Leonardo da Vinci and for Abraham Lincoln, if we merge the significations of zodiacal signs with outer planets we miss the impact of outer planets aspecting inner planets and the further information from inner planets when placed in the signs Scorpio or Pisces.
That way we can get the most out of both outer planet and zodiacal sign placements. It is unfortunate that introductory astrology books, websites, and planet delineations continue to use these correspondences from the Twelve-Letter Alphabet and rulerships by outer planets that do not hold up to close examination.