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Symbols of equinoctial precession

Dear Mathew, Thank you for your very interesting post. Using the symbols of equinoctial precession as a method of hermeneutics to explore Liber Novus seems entirely appropriate, and offers an insightful route into the text. The entire book is linked with Jung’s vision of the changing of the aions, both in the collective and within himself. He...

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