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Crop circles, Jung, and the reemergence of the archetypal feminine

By: Bobroff, Gary S
Material type: TextTextBerkeley, CA North Atlantic Books c2014Description: xxvi, 314p.; ill.; bibliog. notes; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 978-1-58394-735-7Subject(s): Crop circles | Jungian psychology | Symbolism (psychology) | Feminine principle
Contents:
Foreword - Andrew Harvey. Preface. Introduction to Jungian interpretation. 1 Body of evidence. 2 Witches' rings and devil's twists. 3 Greening circles
Abstract: 'This book has been written to be accessible to the general reader. It is meant to serve as an introduction to both Crop Circles and Jungian psychology, and no familiarity with the concepts or jargon of either subject is assumed....I believe that the meaning of the arrival of Crop Circles in our time is as within reach or hard to grasp for the intellectual as it is for the farmer in whose fields these formations arrive....'
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Foreword - Andrew Harvey. Preface. Introduction to Jungian interpretation. 1 Body of evidence. 2 Witches' rings and devil's twists. 3 Greening circles

'This book has been written to be accessible to the general reader. It is meant to serve as an introduction to both Crop Circles and Jungian psychology, and no familiarity with the concepts or jargon of either subject is assumed....I believe that the meaning of the arrival of Crop Circles in our time is as within reach or hard to grasp for the intellectual as it is for the farmer in whose fields these formations arrive....'

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