By C. G. Jung

Essays which nation the basics of Jung's mental procedure: "On the Psychology of the Unconscious" and "The relatives among the Ego and the Unconscious," with their unique types in an appendix.

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Discerning persons have realized for some time that external historical con­ ditions, of whatever kind, are only occasions, jumping-off grounds, for the real dangers that threaten our lives. These are the present politico-social delusional systems. We should not re­ gard them causally, as necessary consequences of external condi­ tions, but as decisions precipitated by the collective unconscious. 50 This is a new problem. All ages before us have believed in gods in some form or other. Only an unparalleled impoverish­ ment of symbolism could enable us to rediscover the gods as psychic factors, that is, as archetypes of the unconscious.

Rider Haggard calls She "Wisdom's Daughter"; Benoit's Queen of Atlantis has an excellent library that even contains a lost book of Plato. Helen of Troy 5 in her reincarnation, is ARCHETYPES OF THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS rescued from a Tyrian brothel by the wise Simon Magus and accompanies him on his travels. I purposely refrained from men­ tioning this thoroughly characteristic aspect of the anima earlier, because the first encounter with her usually leads one to infer anything rather than wisdom.

Mankind is powerless against man­ kind, and the gods, as ever, show it the ways of fate. " The makers stand behind the wings of the world-theatre. It is so in great things as in small. In the realm of consciousness we are our own masters; we seem to be the "factors" themselves. But if we step through the door of the shadow we discover with terror that we are the objects of unseen factors. To know this is de­ cidedly unpleasant, for nothing is more disillusioning than the discovery of our own inadequacy.

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