Feral children would be considered half domesticated and half natural. They would reflect a higher percent of natural archetype contribution. In other words, since they have less social programming to structure them, externally, their personality firmware would be less altered by cultural programming. One big difference might be less programming based on social laws of good and evil, such as PC. Their archetypes will be more neutral, creating social uneasiness to their behavior since it is natural neutral and not conditioned to be polarized. The archetypes or personality firmware can be visualized as beginning as seeds at birth. Like any seed, the (human) DNA will define how this seed unfolds, grows and matures all the way to bearing fruit. Picture a tomato plant growing from a tiny seed. The impact of culture and the conscious mind, on this seed, it like the impact of the external (neural) environment, which provides food, water, sun, pH, mold, virus, bugs, soil structure, drought, cloudy days, all of which can impact the growth and final performance of the plant. This can have a positive or negative impact; green and black thumbs. These firmware seeds are the same for all humans (in general), while the external environment is more specific to cultures. It is also specific to each of us, with respect to our unique place in space and time, as well as individual perception through the filters of our mind. An optimist (sunny day) and pessimist (cloudy dozy) in the exact situation (twins) have different impact on the firmware growth due to data weighing. The feral child lacks many of the filters that culture would create in the conscious mind of its civilized children. This changes the focus of the conscious mind on data weighing from the environment. The feral child is more natural and will rely more on internal filters. Many of the symbols of the archetypes are similar but unique to various cultures. This reflects the seeds being the same, but the impact of the external environment of culture, dressing up the symbol through natural osmosis of the firmware.