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Dating many allows you to dance many different styles of dances; tango, hip hop, waltz, country line, ballroom.Any one partner may not know how to do all the types of dances you desire, and if you limit yourself to one partner, you wont get to dance all the dances you want.To my knowledge, though, there aren’t any Scandinavian (much less Norse) alchemical treatises illustrated with woodcuts.
You can easily find reproductions of images from the various editions of Magnus’s But if it really was one of these other woodcut mermaids that inspired the logo, Heckler and Schultz would need to explain why they subsequently decided to give her a crown like Melusine’s.But in the it’s labeled “15th Century”, with no mention of a “Norse” origin.Presumably the Dead Pr0grammer figured that both Cirlot and Heckler independently discovered the image, perhaps even in the same “marine book” that Heckler claimed he pored over.Michael Krakovsky, aka the Dead Pr0grammer, has come the closest to debunking the story.
Back in 2005, in an entry called “How the Starbucks Siren Became Less Naughty,” he pointed out that the original Starbucks logo–the brown and white “cigar band” logo with the un-covered-up mermaid–bears a striking resemblance to an image found in the English language edition of J. Cirlot’s As you can see from the side-by-side view, there’s no doubt that the Starbucks siren was based on this very image–same curve to the tails, same shape to crown, same pot-belly, same pattern to the scales.
A “Norse woodcut”–much less a “sixteenth-century Norse woodcut”–makes about as much sense as a Pictish steam engine, a Carthaginian novel, or a nineteenth-century Roman illuminated manuscript.