We are now observing throughout our cultural world a resurgence of the cult of the immanence of the occult, within ourselves and within nature. The old Bronze Age realization of a micro-macrocosmic unity is returning, and everywhere all the old arts that were banished are coming back.
Immanence of the occult
-- Joseph Campbell
Mythic Dimension, The (p. 260)
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