Sisiutl as Archetypal Image

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The Reciprocal Research Network (RNN) is a consortium of three dozen museums which link on-line images of their collections of artifacts of the First Peoples of the Pacific Northwest.  The RNN also hosts a forum for exhibits of on-going research into the ethnology of these First Peoples.

“Sisiutl as Archetypal Image” is my attempt from a Jungian perspective to find a psychological interpretation for the mythological double-headed snake “Sisiutl” of the Haida, Kwakiutl, and Tlingit peoples.  The accompanying image is also included in the collection of the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS).

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