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Monday, May 8, 2017

Reader's Comment

You are Warm Spring!

In reference to Warm Spring and Warm Autumn being the two closest seasons:

"Interesting. I am a True Spring, but I can not touch autumn colors, I lean towards Clear Spring and can borrow from that palette, making sure I don't go too bright in quality, but the hues are right. Also, my temperament leans toward True to Clear Spring as well, not having any choleric tendencies what so ever...pretty much zero choleric. hehe So all True Springs are not created quite the same. " unknown

I think part of what is going on is the difference in semantics or season labels by system.


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Semantics


 When looking at seasons in different systems, you will find the Warm Spring and Warm Autumn, and assume it is the same (roughly) as the True Spring and True Autumn, and the Cool Summer and Cool Winter and assume it is (also roughly) the same as True Summer and True Winter.

But then you come across the adjective of Pure, which you would think would equate to True, but it doesn't. This is mostly in the 16 season system, like Ferial.

Pure Summer is like True Summer and Pure Autumn is like True Autumn.

True/Warm Spring is actually referred to as Shaded Spring.  And True/Cool Winter is actually referred to as Tinted Winter.

Pure Spring is actually Bright/Clear Spring and Pure Winter is actually the Bright/Clear Winter.



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... but hey, don't listen to me, EXPRESS YOUR TRUTH! Jane