C.G. Jung: “All human control comes to an end when the individual is caught in a mass movement.”

    From “Wotan” Civilization in Transition Collected Works 10 Paragraph 395   It was not in Wotan’s nature to linger on and show signs of old age. He simply disappeared when the times turned against him, and remained invisible for more than a thousand years, working anonymously and indirectly. Archetypes are like riverbeds which…

C.G. Jung: “[Hitler] was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies… He represented the shadow…”

    C.G. Jung, on Hitler and the Shadow From Civilization in Transition Collected Works Volume 10 Paragraphs 455-456 The individual’s feeling of weakness, indeed of non-existence, was thus compensated by the eruption of hitherto unknown desires for power. It was the revolt of the powerless, the insatiable greed of the “have-nots.” By such devious…

C.G. Jung: “In Hitler, every German should have seen his own shadow, his own worst danger.”

    From Civilization in Transition Collected Works Volume 10 Paragraphs 455-456 The individual’s feeling of weakness, indeed of non-existence, was thus compensated by the eruption of hitherto unknown desires for power. It was the revolt of the powerless, the insatiable greed of the “have-nots.” By such devious means the unconscious compels man to become…

C.G. Jung: “All human control comes to an end when the individual is caught in a mass movement.”

    From “Wotan” Civilization in Transition Collected Works 10 Paragraph 395   It was not in Wotan’s nature to linger on and show signs of old age. He simply disappeared when the times turned against him, and remained invisible for more than a thousand years, working anonymously and indirectly. Archetypes are like riverbeds which…

C.G. Jung: “[Hitler] was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies… He represented the shadow…”

    C.G. Jung, on Hitler and the Shadow From Civilization in Transition Collected Works Volume 10 Paragraphs 455-456 The individual’s feeling of weakness, indeed of non-existence, was thus compensated by the eruption of hitherto unknown desires for power. It was the revolt of the powerless, the insatiable greed of the “have-nots.” By such devious…

C.G. Jung: “In Hitler, every German should have seen his own shadow, his own worst danger.”

    From Civilization in Transition Collected Works Volume 10 Paragraphs 455-456 The individual’s feeling of weakness, indeed of non-existence, was thus compensated by the eruption of hitherto unknown desires for power. It was the revolt of the powerless, the insatiable greed of the “have-nots.” By such devious means the unconscious compels man to become…