One of the key components of Eliade's analysis is the idea of chaos and indeterminate unity: forms being broken and combined.
For this post, describe one costume you have worn--either for Halloween, a pageant, or for another important day-- in which you became two people.
For example, the last time I dressed up for Halloween, I painted my face to look like a skull. Apparently, because I am fairly tall and was dressed in black, it looked like a skull floating down the street, and I scared a couple of people by accident . . . I was both the living and the dead.