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Time Crime

THE FUTURE IS THE PAST. AND THE PAST IS UNDER SIEGE. The architecture of Time itself is threatened and only Mr. Z.’s shrewd powers of observation, keenness for cosmic lore and psi-powered courage can...

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Parzival

“Composed in the early thirteenth century, Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival is the re-creation and completion of the story left unfinished by its initiator Chrétien de Troyes. It follows Parzival from his boyhood and career...

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The Grail Legend

“Writing in a clear and readable style, two leading women of the Jungian school of psychology present this legend as a living myth that is profoundly relevant to modern life. We encounter such universal...

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The Tibetan Book of the Dead

“In this classic scripture of Tibetan Buddhism—traditionally read aloud to the dying to help them attain liberation—death and rebirth are seen as a process that provides an opportunity to recognize the true nature of...

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The Medusa Reader

“Fascinating and terrifying, the Medusa story has long been a powerful signifier in culture with poets, feminists, anthropologists, psychoanalysts, political theorists, artists, writers, and others. Bringing together the essential passages and commentary about Medusa,...

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Re-Visioning Psychology

“This groundbreaking classic explores the necessity of making connections between our life and soul and developing the main lines of the soul-making process. Hillman argues that modern science wrongly ignores religion; asserts the necessity...

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Melville’s Moby-Dick

The great American novel Moby-Dick describes symbolically Herman Melville’s stormy spiritual voyage. It is also a profound expression of Western civilization in transition. Edward Edinger approaches Moby-Dick as a psychological document, a symbolic record...