I realized at least one archetype is dominant in each figure.
Some figures can be construed to reveal more than one archetype...
The spiral in the central configuration is an archetypal symbol...
The shapes that each figure is composed of are abstracted primal symbols – triangular, circular and square.
Some hieroglyphics, pictograms, marks representing sacred iconography are in the lines of the figures.
“Archetypes provide the deep structure for human motivation and meaning. When we encounter them in art, literature, sacred texts, advertising—or in individuals or groups—they evoke deep feeling within us.
These imprints, which are hardwired in our psyches, were projected outward by the ancients onto images of gods and goddesses.
Plato disconnected these from religion, seeing them in philosophical terms as "elemental forms."
Twentieth-century psychiatrist C.G. Jung called them archetypes.”
'The Fan Blade is often an archetype reflecting rotating, spinning movement through consciousness, time and dimension. "