Tag Archives: Joseph Campbell

Saturday Matinee: Faces of the Enemy

Description from California Newsreel: As relevant today as when it was first released, Faces of the Enemy follows social psychologist Sam Keen as he unmasks how individuals and nations dehumanize their enemies to justify the inhumanity of war. Using archival … Continue reading

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Modern Fictions – How the Sacred Manifests in Chaos, Superheroes and Outer Spaces

By Kingsley L. Davis Source: Reality Sandwich The virtual topographies of our millennial world are rife with angels and aliens, with digital avatars and mystic Gaian minds, with utopian longings and gnostic science fictions, and with dark forebodings of apocalypse … Continue reading

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Shadows & Light: Understanding Our Archetypal Nature

By Gary S. Bobroff Source: Reality Sandwich “I thought of Jung as a noetic archeologist, [he] provided maps of the unconscious.” – Terence McKenna Most of us imagine that we know ourselves pretty well. But like a periscope that thinks it’s … Continue reading

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