Archetypal Quotes

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all-stories-boil-down-to-good-vs-evil-thats-what-archetypal-american-western-was
i-tend-to-fall-for-archetypal-talented-charismatic-rock-boy-juliana-hatfield
my-dads-sensitive-man-but-as-archetypal-rebellious-teenager-i-didnt-realise-that-jo-brand
it-considers-this-jesus-as-ultimately-decisive-definitive-archetypal-for-man-in-these-various-dimensions-his-hans-keng
people-tend-to-think-fairy-tales-as-archetypal-they-are-also-extremely-sensual-something-which-translates-well-over-ages-kate-bernheimer
i-think-every-part-our-lives-begins-at-energetic-level-like-creativity-you-cant-separate-anything-from-that-archetypal-process-caroline-myss
if-youre-not-making-epic-archetypal-films-on-some-level-i-think-youre-wasting-great-potential-cinema-alexander-payne
people-tend-to-think-fairy-tales-as-archetypal-they-are-also-extremely-sensual-something-which-translates-well-over-ages
i-see-beauty-gods-archetypal-infinity-reflected-in-towers-infinities-in-set-theory-vern-poythress
what-i-look-for-in-role-is-physical-but-whats-journey-emotionally-can-i-take-this-person-who-is-this-archetypal-tough-guy-find-beauty
daniel-patrick-moynihan-is-archetypal-extremely-smart-person-who-went-into-politics-anyway-instead-doing-something-worthwhile-for-his-country-p-j-orourke
i-love-talking-about-kennedy-assassination-great-archetypal-example-how-totalitarian-governmentsorry-wrong-meeting-bill-hicks
were-animals-i-think-we-forget-that-i-think-there-is-ancient-archetypal-memory-that-still-exists-within-us-if-we-deny-that-what-is-cost-so-i-do-terry-tempest-williams
she-was-archetypal-selfless-mother-living-only-for-her-children-sheltering-them-from-consequences-their-actions-in-end-doing-them-irreparable-marcia-muller
the-motif-of-death-plays-an-important-role-the-human-psyche-in-connection-with-archetypal-and-karmic-material
the-horse-is-an-archetypal-symbol-which-will-always-find-ways-to-stir-up-deep-and-moving-ancestral-memories-in-every-human-being
interestingly-its-as-though-gospel-story-jesus-is-archetypal-heroic-journey-embodiment-adventure-that-all-people-in-every-epoch-have-desired-alan-hirsch
im-good-when-ive-got-bit-edge-like-clint-eastwood-type-archetypal-character-the-tough-guy-that-doesnt-say-lot
im-good-when-ive-got-bit-edge-like-clint-eastwood-type-archetypal-character-the-tough-guy-that-doesnt-say-lot-scott-adkins
steve-mcqueen-was-from-time-when-you-didnt-know-every-little-dirty-thing-about-our-public-figures-he-james-dean-were-mysterious-archetypal-american-sheryl-crow
kafkas-evocations-are-rather-unconscious-almost-subarchetypal-littlekid-stuff-from-which-myths-derive-this-is-why-we-tend-to-call-even-his-weirdest-david-foster-wallace
robin-hood-is-often-seen-as-handsonhips-archetypal-tallyho-hero-but-realistically-one-calling-shots-wouldnt-be-at-front-shouting-about-it-hed-be-jonas-armstrong
at-first-i-was-glad-for-help-my-freshmen-english-class-mythology-archetypal-experience-confounded-me-i-didnt-understand-why-we-couldnt-just-read-books-without-forcing-contorted-i
my-upbringing-was-absolutely-not-archetypal-writers-upbringing-even-arguably-opposite
one-thing-ive-tried-to-do-in-writing-music-is-take-on-basic-things-archetypal-things
star-crossed-lovers-who-have-destiny-that-isnt-necessarily-going-to-work-in-their-favor-thats-universal-story-thats-archetypal-story
certainly-central-platonic-idea-which-is-idea-ideas-these-archetypal-forms-which-stand-outside-time-is-one-which-is-confirmed-by-psychedelic-terence-mckenna
with-its-billions-interconnected-neurons-whose-interactions-change-from-millisecond-to-millisecond-human-brain-is-archetypal-complex-system
a-film-that-i-love-is-deliverance-from-back-in-day-you-start-out-with-these-archetypal-characters-hero-bookworm-pacifist-by-end-its-all-turned-upside-down-i-love-that
one-is-forced-to-speak-not-what-is-held-in-common-between-cultures-but-what-is-held-in-common-between-myths-that-in-its-simplest-archetypal-forms-carl-jung
Woman's fear of the female Self, of the experience of the numinous archetypal Feminine, becomes comprehensible when we get a glimpse - or even only a hint - of the profound otherness of female selfhood as contrasted to male selfhood. Precisely that element which, in his fear of the Feminine, the male experiences as the hole, abyss, void, and nothingness turns into something positive for the woman without, however, losing these same characteristics. Here the archetypal Feminine is experienced not as illusion and as maya but rather as unfathomable reality and as life in which above and below, spiritual and physical, are not pitted against each other; reality as eternity is creative and, at the same time, is grounded in primeval nothingness. Hence as daughter the woman experiences herself as belonging to the female spiritual figure Sophia, the highest wisdom, while at the same time she is actualizing her connection with the musty, sultry, bloody depths of swamp-mother Earth. However, in this sort of Self-discovery woman necessarily comes to see herself as different from what presents itself to men -as, for example, spirit and father, but often also as the patriarchal godhead and his ethics. The basic phenomenon - that the human being is born of woman and reared by her during the crucial developmental phases - is expressed in woman as a sense of connectedness with all living things, a sense not yet sufficiently realized, and one that men, and especially the patriarchal male, absolutely lack to the extent women have it. To experience herself as so fundamentally different from the dominant patriarchal values understandably fills the woman with fear until she arrives at that point in her own development where, through experience and love that binds the opposites, she can clearly see the totality of humanity as a unity of masculine and feminine aspects of the Self.

Erich Neumann
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the-archetypal-image-redeemer-serpent-is-certainly-placed-here-in-opposition-to-serpents-evil-that-battle-with-it-but-why-do-they-both-have-same-form-if-there-is-only-opposition-
Johann Conrad Dippel was a German theologian, alchemist and physician and is purported to be the individual on whom Mary Shelley based her book: 'Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus'. Born in castle Frankenstein near Darmstadt in 1673. He studied Theology, Alchemy and Philosophy at the University of Giessen, acquiring his Master's degree in 1693. Later he turned to Hermetic studies and Alchemy in his quest to unravel the secrets of Nature. He created 'Dippel's Oil', an 'Elixir of Life', that promised of good health and extreme longevity, the Alchemist's Holy Grail, but did not live long enough to share his discoveries with the world. Mary Shelley's fertile imagination created a story and a legend which has become synonymous with the archetypal madman. It has slipped into the modern day psyche, through the medium of cinema, as a horror benchmark from which much speculation, and even more fiction has been weaved into the fabric of the story. Here is a recounting of how he created his 'Elixir', and the events leading up to this momentous moment and what motivated and drove him to the discovery of an eternal treasure, sought by mystics and alchemists alike. It is a tragic tale and will re-write the history books to vindicate and, at last, set the record straight for this much misunderstood man. He was cursed for having been born at a time when his genius was never fully appreciated and, because of this, the accounts of his life have left us with nothing more than fanciful stories of horror and degradation. This, thankfully, is no longer the case, no longer will he be vilified by popular fiction and can at last take his place in history as a visionary and healer, his true calling.." 'Frankenstein: The Lost Manuscript

Paul Lord
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Devaluation of the Earth, hostility towards the Earth, fear of the Earth: these are all from the psychological point of view the expression of a weak patriarchal consciousness that knows no other way to help itself than to withdraw violently from the fascinating and overwhelming domain of the Earthly. For we know that the archetypal projection of the Masculine experiences, not without justice, the Earth as the unconscious-making, instinct-entangling, and therefore dangerous Feminine. At the same time the projection of the masculine anima is mingled with the living image of the Earth archetype in the unconscious of man; and the more one-sidedly masculine man's conscious mind is the more primitive, unreliable, and therefore dangerous his anima will be. However, the Earth archetype, in compensation to the divinity of the archetype of Heaven and the Father, that determined the consciousness of medieval man, is fused together with the archaic image of the Mother Goddess. Yet in its struggle against this Mother Goddess, the conscious mind, in its historical development, has had great difficulty in asserting itself so as to reach its - patriarchal - independence. The insecurity of this conscious mind-and we have profound experience of how insecure the position of the conscious mind still is in modern man-is always bound up with fear of the unconscious, and no well-meaning theory "against fear" will be able to rid the world of this deeply rooted anxiety, which at different times has been projected on different objects. Whether this anxiety expresses itself in a religious form as the medieval fear of demons or witches, or politically as the modern fear of war with the State beyond the Iron Curtain, in every case we are dealing with a projection, though at the same time the anxiety is justified. In reality, our small ego-consciousness is justifiably afraid of the superior power of the collective forces, both without and within. In the history of the development of the conscious mind, for reasons which we cannot pursue here, the archetype of the Masculine Heaven is connected positively with the conscious mind, and the collective powers that threaten and devour the conscious mind both from without and within, are regarded as Feminine. A negative evaluation of the Earth archetype is therefore necessary and inevitable for a masculine, patriarchal conscious mind that is still weak. But this validity only applies in relation to a specific type of conscious mind; it alters as the integration of the human personality advances, and the conscious mind is strengthened and extended. A one-sided conscious mind, such as prevailed in the medieval patriarchal order, is certainly radical, even fanatical, but in a psychological sense it is by no means strong. As a result of the one-sidedness of the conscious mind, the human personality becomes involved in an equally one-sided opposition to its own unconscious, so that actually a split occurs. Even if, for example, the Masculine principle identifies itself with the world of Heaven, and projects the evil world of Earth outwards on the alien Feminine principle, both worlds are still parts of the personality, and the repressing masculine spiritual world of Heaven and of the values of the conscious mind is continually undermined and threatened by the repressed but constantly attacking opposite side. That is why the religious fanaticism of the representatives of the patriarchal World of Heaven reached its climax in the Inquisition and the witch trials, at the very moment when the influence of the archetype of Heaven, which had ruled the Middle Ages and the previous period, began to wane, and the opposite image of the Feminine Earth archetype began to emerge.

Erich Neumann
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Lynum had plenty of information to share. The FBI's files on Mario Savio, the brilliant philosophy student who was the spokesman for the Free Speech Movement, were especially detailed. Savio had a debilitating stutter when speaking to people in small groups, but when standing before a crowd and condemning his administration's latest injustice he spoke with divine fire. His words had inspired students to stage what was the largest campus protest in American history. Newspapers and magazines depicted him as the archetypal "angry young man, " and it was true that he embodied a student movement fueled by anger at injustice, impatience for change, and a burning desire for personal freedom. Hoover ordered his agents to gather intelligence they could use to ruin his reputation or otherwise "neutralize" him, impatiently ordering them to expedite their efforts. Hoover's agents had also compiled a bulging dossier on the man Savio saw as his enemy: Clark Kerr. As campus dissent mounted, Hoover came to blame the university president more than anyone else for not putting an end to it. Kerr had led UC to new academic heights, and he had played a key role in establishing the system that guaranteed all Californians access to higher education, a model adopted nationally and internationally. But in Hoover's eyes, Kerr confused academic freedom with academic license, coddled Communist faculty members, and failed to crack down on "young punks" like Savio. Hoover directed his agents to undermine the esteemed educator in myriad ways. He wanted Kerr removed from his post as university president. As he bluntly put it in a memo to his top aides, Kerr was "no good." Reagan listened intently to Lynum's presentation, but he wanted more-much more. He asked for additional information on Kerr, for reports on liberal members of the Board of Regents who might oppose his policies, and for intelligence reports about any upcoming student protests. Just the week before, he had proposed charging tuition for the first time in the university's history, setting off a new wave of protests up and down the state. He told Lynum he feared subversives and liberals would attempt to misrepresent his efforts to establish fiscal responsibility, and that he hoped the FBI would share information about any upcoming demonstrations against him, whether on campus or at his press conferences. It was Reagan's fear, according to Lynum's subsequent report, "that some of his press conferences could be stacked with 'left wingers' who might make an attempt to embarrass him and the state government." Lynum said he understood his concerns, but following Hoover's instructions he made no promises. Then he and Harter wished the ailing governor a speedy recovery, departed the mansion, slipped into their dark four-door Ford, and drove back to the San Francisco field office, where Lynum sent an urgent report to the director. The bedside meeting was extraordinary, but so was the relationship between Reagan and Hoover. It had begun decades earlier, when the actor became an informer in the FBI's investigation of Hollywood Communists. When Reagan was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, he secretly continued to help the FBI purge fellow actors from the union's rolls. Reagan's informing proved helpful to the House Un-American Activities Committee as well, since the bureau covertly passed along information that could help HUAC hold the hearings that wracked Hollywood and led to the blacklisting and ruin of many people in the film industry. Reagan took great satisfaction from his work with the FBI, which gave him a sense of security and mission during a period when his marriage to Jane Wyman was failing, his acting career faltering, and his faith in the Democratic Party of his father crumbling. In the following years, Reagan and FBI officials courted each other through a series of confidential contacts. (7-8)

Seth Rosenfeld
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