Carl Gustav Jung wrote his famous work, the "Seven Sermons to The Dead" in 1916, after a series of intense psychic experiences.
The Sermons offer a critique of the prevailing religious orthodoxies and proclaimed a Gnostic alternative Hoeller here presents a new translation of the Sermons, along with a lengthy essay on Jung's work, gnosticism, and the present state of the Western Individual. Written in a vivid metaphorical style, and shedding much light on the central features of Jung's life and thought. The Gnostic Jung and the Seven Sermons to the Dead will be of immense value to anyone who wants to get to know the long-hidden occult side of Carl Jung.
Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, 2014. Paperback, xxviii 239 pages. New.