Difference between revisions of "Great Minds that Think Alike"
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- Headmaster Isaac
None of the other members of the Great Minds that Think Alike have yet been named, although an image with the text update first mentioning them is believed to show the members, revealing at least ten individuals with the appearance of real and fictional characters in Stupidworld. LIAB_Text_38
- Princess Zelda-like thinkamancer
- Aristotle-like thinkamancer
- Neil deGrasse Tyson-like thinkamancer
- Psycho Mantis-like thinkamancer
- Spock-like thinkamancer
- Morticia Addams-like thinkamancer
- one unidentified female thinkamancer
- one unidentified male thinkamancer with blond hair and goatee
- one unidentifiable male thinkamancer
- Paul Atreides- like thinkamancer ??
The Great Minds that Think Alike appear to reside in the Temple of the Thinkamancers, which is a location in the Magic Kingdom. This suggests that the members are all Barbarian casters. It could be that all Barbarian Thinkamancers are members of the Great Minds that Think Alike but it's much more probable that they are a select group made up of either the most powerful Masterminds or a group elected by their Thinkamancer peers.
It's possible that the Great Minds that Think Alike are a group of linked Thinkamancers who direct all other thinkamancers through the G-strings. They could reside deep within the temple and relay information to the others as needed.
The eye in the pyramid, also known as the Eye of Providence, has been seen on some of the devices in Isaac's playground as well as on a necklace Maggie wears. This could mean it is an icon associated with Thinkamancy as a discipline, or it might be a symbol of the Great Minds that Think Alike.
Real World References
"Great minds think alike" is a proverb used to emphasize or describe two people coming to the same conclusion. It is sometimes followed by the line "but fools seldom differ".
The Eye in the Pyramid has long been associated with secret societies and conspiracies, most notably the Freemasons and the Illuminati. It is also found in mysticism, as representing the third eye or mind's eye,