Towards the end of his long life, Jung carved a complex arrangement of figures into the wall at his retreat in Bollingen. When asked what they meant, Jung wrote in a letter, "Nobody is more uncertain about their meaning than the author himself. They are their own representation of the way they came into being." (1976, p. 615)Since that time these carved figures have rested quietly in stone, mute for over fifty years except for one voice which became a mouthpiece: the voice of Russell Lockhart: "Doesn't it seem that Jung is talking about coming events in the world? Isn't this image in stone an augur's image?" (1987, p. 75)The Coming Guest: Advancing Jung's Augury into the 21st Century. is a book of analysis and auguries. The author shows how Jung's augury continues to flow into and inform our present times. In the spirit of analysis, the author offers a description of our times "from within" i.e. from the soul's point of view.
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August 01, 2010
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