deep psychology

Homo Schizo

Homo Schizo or Homo Schizotypus is a term that Alfred de Grazia appreciated and used to describe the current human species, feeling it more apt than Homo Sapiens. He wrote about this phenomenon in two books, Homo Schizo I and Homo Schiz

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Toronto Conference Goals

The upcoming “Celestial Crisis and the Human Record” Toronto conference will offer an interpretation of ancient history that mainstream academia refuses to explore.

Its central tenet is that the earth, its biosphere, and human culture have been profoundly impacted by forces emanating from the sky. Tho

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As Below; So Above

The well recognized phrase “As Above; so Below” was addressed in a previous post, pointing to the way humans projected meaning upon visual imagery and activity seen in the ancient sky, then reflecting or replicating what was observed onto the earthly realm.

The opposite expression, “As Below, So Above” is no less important in unde

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What is Cultural Amnesia? – part 2

The previous post explored the role of cultural amnesia in sequestering historical memory of traumatic era ending earth catastrophes. Whether through denial by burying this memory, or through a less repressive process of sublimation in order to transmute it into a mythic narrative more palatable for recall, humanity continues to struggle t

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What is Cultural Amnesia? – part 1

Initially referred to as Collective Amnesia by Velikovsky, and later heralded as Cultural Amnesia in 1974 at the famous University of Lethbridge conference, this term has a number of nuanced meanings. Velikovsky’s book, published posthumously as “Mankind in Amnesia,” offers the most well rounded understanding of this concept.

The central feature is a collective forgetting by a culture or cultures, a loss of

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