Mapping the Psyche
An Introduction to Psychological Astrology, by Clare Martin
Footnotes

[1] Thomas Moore, The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life. (Back)

[2] Caitlin Matthews, Singing the Soul Back Home: Shamanic Wisdom for Every Day. (Back)

[3] Yates, F.A., description of Hermetic knowledge in Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition. (Back)

[4] Thorwald Dethlefsen, The Challenge of Fate, p. 13. (Back)

[5] Anne Baring and Jules Cashford, The Myth of the Goddess, Preface, p. xi. (Back)

[6] Paracelsus, quoted in Inner Alchemy, Parabola, Volume III, Number 3. (Back)

[7] Mircea Eliade, , Inner Alchemy, Parabola , Volume III, Number 3. (Back)

[8] Carl Jung, Psychology of the Transference, p.132. (Back)

[9] Marie-Louise von Franz, C.G. Jung, His Myth in Our Time. (Back)

[10] C.G. Jung, C.G. Jung Speaking, in a 1952 interview, pp. 228f. (Back)

[11] Baring, A. & Cashford, J., The Myth of the Goddess , p. 681. (Back)

[12] Thomas Moore, The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life , p. 315. (Back)

[13] C.G. Jung, The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche (Back)

[14] Thomas Moore, ed., A Blue Fire: The Essential James Hillman (Back)

[15] Thomas Moore, ed., ibid. (Back)

[16] Ken Wilber, The Eye of Spirit, Chapter 1: The Spectrum of Consciousness. (Back)

[17] Ken Wilber, ibid. (Back)

[18] Rodney Collin, The Theory of Celestial Influence: Man, the Universe and Cosmic Mystery. (Back)

[19] "Archetypes appear in the form of mythological, symbolic representations which are common to whole peoples or epochs." - C.G. Jung, Psychological Types, Par. 747. (Back)

[20] Howard Sasportas, "Subpersonalities and Psychological Conflicts" in Liz Greene & Howard Sasportas, The Development of the Personality: Seminars in Psychological Astrology, Volume 1. (Back)

[21] Piero Ferrucci, What We May Be. (Back)

[22] Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, p. 89. (Back)

[23] Carl Jung, Psychology of the Transference, p. 132. (Back)

[24] William Shakespeare, As You Like It, Act II, Scene 7. (Back)

[25] Nicholas Campion, The Great Year, p. 131. (Back)

[26] C.G. Jung, Psychology and Religion, CW11, p. 25. (Back)

[27] Richard Tarnas, Prometheus the Awakener. (Back)

[28] J.M. Roberts, A History of the World. (Back)

[29] Melanie Reinhart, Chiron and the Healing Journey and Saturn, Chiron and the Centaurs. (Back)

[30] Adapted from a diagram in: John Lash, Quest for the Zodiac. (Back)

[31] John Anthony West, Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt (1979), p. 65. (Back)

[32] C.G. Jung, Synchroniticy: An Acausal Connecting Principle, CW 8, paras. 816-968. (Back)

[33] Philo, Alexandrian school, 1st century CE. (Back)

[34] Ecclesiasticus, XLII.24. (Back)

[35] Maurice Nicoll, Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff & Ouspensky, Volume One, p. 320. (Back)

[36] In Carl Rogers Dialogues, Kirschenbaum & Henderson (eds.). See also: Martin Buber, I and Thou. (Back)

[37] Piero Ferrucci, What We May Be. (Back)

[38] Edward C. Whitmont, The Symbolic Quest, p. 139-140. (Back)

[39] Ibid. (Back)

[40] See Edward C. Whitmont, The Symbolic Quest, p. 228. (Back)

[41] C.G. Jung, Psychology of the Transference, p. 46 (Back).

[42] C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams and Reflections, p. 207. (Back)

[43] C.G. Jung, Psychological Types, p. 547. (Back)

[44] Ken Wilber, The Eye of Spirit: An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad. (Back)

[45] Ibid. (Back)

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First published 2005 by the CPA Press, BCM Box 1815, London WC1N 3XX, United Kingdom, www.cpalondon.com.
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