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Message Subject "Founder of Analytical Psychology," Carl Jung Called "Disturbed" Due to His "Red Book!" Video
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Here is a little taste of Part 2 of this Jung thread...

EDITED: 10-03-2015
As my research has progressed and the GLP-"brain-storming"
has continued on another few months, I wanted to ALSO
POST HERE another "connect-the-dot" scenario concerning
I think you will find this very interesting, as there
is no doubt in my mind that Immanuel Velikovsky was privy
to the information about the "Galactic Super Wave Theory."
It wouldn't surprise me a bit if Dr. Paul LaVoilette,
who is credited with the recent research into the "WAVE"
picked up on Velikovsky's theories and ran with it in
the 1980's! Check this out:
Thread: Uh oh! "Historic Doom Symbol" in the NASA Logo! Think that TPTB don't know what's coming? Check this out! Video
Thread: “Intergalactic Wave” aka Wave X... the frequency shift
Thread: 6-16-19 UPdate NASA: "Tsunami-Energy-Waves" caught by Voyager 1 In-bound! Is This First Sign of "The Wave?" Video
Lots of reading there! Hope you find something that
lights a fire under your imagination!

Here is a presentation for New Years--a funny Comet
Lovejoy "update!"

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
Love this guy's stuff--even if it is a little more
light-hearted, naughty and "artsie" than Suspicious Observers 4-Minute News!

There's room for many flowers in the garden, right?

Excerpt from "The Red Book"

And here is Jung's report of a vision he had before WWI

(this would be very close to his "synchronicity" experience
in his New York Office with the scarab beetle--when Jung
was reportedly starting to "secret-away" session notes--
his own dream analysis and paintings from his visions/subconscious--later to be published in "The Red Book." All these would be published well after his death in 2009 (remember quote was before he and Immanuel Velikovsky met and Velikovsky added even MORE information to the "cataclysm-visions" Jung inherently felt were coming!):

[15] It happened in October of the year 1913 as I was leaving alone for a journey, that during the day I was suddenly overcome in broad daylight by a vision: I saw a terrible flood that covered all the northern and low-lying lands between the North Sea and the Alps. It reached from England up to Russia, and from the coast of the North Sea right up to the Alps. I saw yellow waves, swimming rubble, and the death of countless thousands.

This vision lasted for two hours, it confused me and made me ill. I was not able to interpret it. Two weeks passed then the vision returned, still more violent than before, and an inner voice spoke: "Look at it, it is completely real, and it will come to pass. You cannot doubt this." I wrestled again for two hours with this vision, but it held me fast. It left me exhausted and confused. And I thought my mind had gone crazy. [16]

You can see why, when reading the above excerpt, Carl
Jung would have had to been his "own council" in matters
involving visions and personal dreams. He lived in fear of being discredited and ridiculed for most of his career--never confiding these "secret things" to anyone, not even his immediate family members. Certainly, watching the explosion of professional attacks on fellow genius and psychiatrist, Immanuel Velikovsky from the 1950's thru the 1970's he would be glad that he didn't come forward with info he had accumulated.

Here are some brief quotes:
Page 233: You should say, “The life I can still live I should live.

And the thoughts I could still think I should think.”

Page 245: No one has my God, but my God has everyone.

Page 263: If no outer adventure happens to you, then no inner in adventure happens to you either.

Page 264: The soul demands your folly, not your wisdom. (This statement by Jung was in response to an old scholar in his visions who became rigid in his thinking.)

Page 266: Your heights are your own mountain, then you are at your best. At your low point you are no longer distinct from your fellow beings. You are not ashamed and do not regret it.

Page 283: Bring your God with you. Bear him down to your dark land where people live who rub their eyes each morning and yet always see the same thing and never anything else.

Paged 284: Your voice is too weak for those raging to be able to hear. Thus do not speak and do not show the God, but sit in a solitary place and sing incantations in the ancient manner.

Page 316: I understand you Philemon, you are a true lover because you love your soul for the sake of men, because they need a king who lives from himself and owes no one gratitude for his life.

(I wanted to substitute “an individual” for the word king, thinking that the word king may be misunderstood. But I decided not to change the quote.

Jung is referring to Philemon, a god he is trying to integrate as the archetype of the wise old man.)

I can understand why Carl Jung put off publishing this book within his own lifetime. It could easily have been misquoted or misunderstood.

If you have not read Jung, I’d recommend beginning with his
autobiography: Memories, Dreams, Reflections.


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