Hitler and Wotan, God of the Dead

I thought this might be of cursory interest, considering all the discussion of Hitler/Trumpform recently.

Jung noticed this topic, too.
If you’re going to compare people to literally Hitler, perhaps you should research and educate yourself that Hitler might not have been Hitler at all.

http://aryan-myth-and-metahistory.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/adolf-hitler-wotan-avatar-as-prophecied.html

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t1019085/

http://thirdreichocculthistory.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/hitler-and-wotan.html

“There is, however, a second use by Jung of this term Jewish psychology“.

It has another implication.
Here, he is referring to systems of psychology developed by Jews such as Freud and Adler, systems that claim universal applicability and truth.
Such a psychology is a “leveling psychology” (Jung’s words), in that it undermines the idea that there are psychological differences between groups of peoples, such as nations.”
Psychology is the scientific study of differences, comparing psychometric data from the independent variable/s, it is impossible to conduct psychology as a science without that fact. Imagine a doctor who is unable to tell the well from the sick, let alone why. Science must be objective, but not universal.
Yet much of modern psychology prefers to bolster a fairytale narrative that we are all the same, the definition of anti-science when the purpose of said science is to discern distinctions, and it is unsurprising these ‘studies’ cannot be replicated.
However, in the “Erwiderung auf Dr. Bally”, Jung says: “I must confess my total inability to understand why it should be a crime to speak of Jewish psychology.”

This is quite true, in parts. It may be conspiratorial, depending on whether you believe in prophecies, demonic/spiritual influences and the like, but the painting mentioned is real and you can follow on from there.

I love telling people where to find the dark things online.
Nothing evil, but forbidden things like the Nazi discussions on otherwise social justice tumblr.

Sublimation is part of the royal art where the true gold is made. Of this Freud knows nothing, worse still, he barricades all the paths that could lead to true sublimation. This is just about the opposite of what Freud understands by sublimation. It is not a voluntary and forcible channeling of instinct into a spurious field of application, but an alchymical transformation for which fire and prima materia are needed. Sublimation is a great mystery. Freud has appropriated this concept and usurped it for the sphere of the will and the bourgeois, rationalistic ethos. – Jung on Sublimation, from Letters

The rise of psychiatric anxiety and the loss of history

http://gnosis.org/Evans-Jung-Interview/evans5.html

You see, the trouble is that nobody understands these things apparently.

oh damn wow ah
Jung was pretty much a polymath, but that man had a great sense of humour.

It seems quite strange to me that one doesn’t see what an education without the humanities is doing to man. He loses his connection with his family, his connection with his whole past—the whole stem, the tribe —that past in which man has always lived. We think that we are born today tabula rasa without a history, but man has always lived in the myth. To think that man is born without a history within himself— that is a disease. It is absolutely abnormal, because man is not born every day. He is born into a specific historical setting with specific historical qualities, and therefore, he is only complete when he has a relation to these things. If you are growing up with no connection from the past, it is like being born without eyes and ears and trying to perceive the external world with accuracy. Natural science may say, “You need no connection with the past; you can wipe it out,” but that is a mutilation of the human being. Now I saw from a practical experience that this kind of proceeding has a most extraordinary therapeutic effect. I can tell you such a case.

There was a Jewish girl. Her father was a banker. She had been educated more through worldly experience and formal education, and was decidedly lacking in any understanding of tradition. I examined her history further and found out that her grandfather had been an ascetic in Galicia. With this insight, I knew the whole story, and let me explain why. This particular girl suffered from phobia, a terrible phobia, and had been under psychoanalytic treatment already with no effect. She was really badly plagued by that phobia, in excited states and so on. I observed that this girl had blocked significant influences of her past. For instance, the fact that her grandfather was an ascetic, that he lived in the myth, was one influence she had blocked. Her father too had resisted this ascetic influence. So I simply told her, “You will stamp out your fears if you gain insight into what you have lost or are resisting. Your fear is the fear of the influences from the past.” You know, the effect was that within a week she was cured from so many years of bad anxiety states, because this insight went through her like a lightning bolt. I was able to interpret the source of the problem so quickly because I knew that she was absolutely lost. She thought she was in the middle of things, functioning well, but actually she was in a sense lost or gone.

Evans:  What can we learn from this remarkable case, Dr. Jung?

Jung:  Well, it illustrates that it makes no sense and that our existence is incomplete when we are just “average numbers.” The more you make people into average numbers, the more you destroy our society. The “ideal state” and the “slave state” come into being. If you want to be an “average number,” go to Russia. There it is wonderful; there you can be a number. But one pays very dearly; our whole life goes to blazes, like in the case of the girl. I have plenty of cases of a similar kind.

ah who knows mystery shrug eva green pfft haha

I need to stop fancying dead guys.
I recommend his biography, unlike most of the genre, it isn’t boring.