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    Marie Louis Von Franz

    she is the single BEST occult author i have ever read

    nothing reads more clearly and is so meaningfull and profound

    i really have to emphisize CLEARLY and PRACTICAL as so many occult books are unfortunately not.

    so i will post a list of a few of her works in hopes others will check them out or ask further questions:




    introduction to the interpritation of fairy tales

    in this book MLVF explains the shadow archetype and its pressense in fairytails around the world


    The Golden Ass of Apuleius: The Liberation of the Feminine in Man

    MLVF intepits this classic story providing insight for anima developement in men and its relation to the myserties of isis


    Puer Aeternus

    the divine child in men, this is one of the most meaningfull books on the occult i have read. fully exlains the suffering child archetype, most well know as the deities iacchus, gannymede, dionysus.
    Most of this book is an interpitation of the classic childrens story "the little prince"


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    if you have or are reading any of her works please mention, i would really enjoy to discuss, i have not been able to find barely anyone who has read any of this stuff outside of small circles of freemasons and jungian psycologists.

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    this is very instering and i would like to know more

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    Bit of an aside Raymond, sorry, but i was wondering with your posted interests, would you have any views on a possible link theory between Heideggers "being-towards-death" ( ie living against a horizon of ones "non-being" as a means to viewing ones life as a whole,) and the Jungian "individuation", esp in regards to it being helpfull in percieving what might be needed (incorporated/intergrated etc) in order to achieve a full and complete range of experience leading to "indiduation"? Over a period of years, of course, these things being a gradual growing, not an "instant enlightenment". Also, could Jungs Individuation be "speeded up" via any magical training? Or do you think that "conscious evolution" is at a set and steady pace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
    Bit of an aside Raymond, sorry, but i was wondering with your posted interests, would you have any views on a possible link theory between Heideggers "being-towards-death" ( ie living against a horizon of ones "non-being" as a means to viewing ones life as a whole,) and the Jungian "individuation", esp in regards to it being helpfull in percieving what might be needed (incorporated/intergrated etc) in order to achieve a full and complete range of experience leading to "indiduation"? Over a period of years, of course, these things being a gradual growing, not an "instant enlightenment". Also, could Jungs Individuation be "speeded up" via any magical training? Or do you think that "conscious evolution" is at a set and steady pace?


    i have not read heidegger and i only really know that he is a very famous philosopher. i have been wanting to read some of his works, or read about them.

    i do think individuation is a process based on coming to terms with what i think "being-towards-death" means, that would make sense to me, although i do not have any insights, it is still just interesting to me.

    but as far as individuation go's in relation to evolution, i think their is a bit of a "jung cult" view, in that jungians can tend to think of individuation as an overall spiritual goal for humanity, which really starts to sound like alice bailey or some of the older theosophical works.

    it is really hard for me to define the difference between what could be considered as a 'spiritual goal' for the individual through 'magic' and individuation because they are almost the same thing.

    so really it just takes a good understanding of both terms to answer that question, neither of which i can really give advise or insight to.

    as far as speeding up evolution, it is funny you mention, because i get caught in the same philosophical trap, i really do not have an answer there either.

    but it is nice to blog about these ideas
    Last edited by raymond lulle; 04-08-2009 at 06:30 AM.

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    The Feminine in Fairytales

    i am posting this book because of the other MLVF's books i posted, the golden ass, and Puer Aeternus, were really much more insightful towards the male mind whereas The Feminine in Fairytales was based more on the female mind.

    this work was not as profound to me simply because i am not a women, but from the female audience, it may be more-so profound than the 2 mentioned.

    I really highly recommend The Feminine in Fairytales, it is simply an amaxing book, it really helps explains the most esoteric aspects of the female mind as show in myth, religion, and most importantly here, fairytale.

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    i would still recommend her introduction to fairytales first as a precursor though.

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