The Dark Three dig through the deluge of religious imagery and themes in the show. From direct and obvious influences to deep hidden meanings, listen in as they encounter some of their most exciting realizations so far in the podcast.

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A Fool’s Paradise – Religion in Dark

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The Dark Three dig through the deluge of religious imagery and themes in the show. From direct and obvious influences to deep hidden meanings, listen in as they encounter some of their most exciting realizations so far in the podcast.

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  • It is mentioned in this episode that Noah’s original name is Hanno Tauber, and that “Taube” is the German word for “dove” and how this connects to the biblical story of Noah and the dove. –

    Strictly speaking, the word “Tauber” refers to a MALE dove ( see https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tauber_(Begriffskl%C3%A4rung ).

    A female dove is a “Taube”. But the German word “Taube” has a double meaning: it also refers to „a (female) mute person”.

    Tauber – Taube – Noah – Elisabeth – two doves.