ASTROLOGY’S UNIVERSAL PARADIGM: The Egyptian Temple of Khnum at Esneh: A Commentary on the ceiling’s Zodiacal Cycle

This image is a rendition of the Zodiac sculptured into frieze on the ceiling of the Temple of Khnum....  This link goes to the article I published with World Mysteries.

The basic theme of this commentary on the zodiacal frieze on the ceiling of the Temple of Khnum is that it is expressing the very same psychological concepts as that of Analytical Psychology.

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Comment by Scott Baird on March 3, 2014 at 9:55am

It seems that we can find parallels to Jung's "discoveries" in many places:  Kundalini yoga, ancient Greek and medieval alchemy, the teachings of Pythagoras, and even those of G.I. Gurdjieff; not to mention the Christian myth, as well as the Egyptian myth of Osiris.  Jung's concept of the religious function of the psyche, as elaborated by Edward Edinger in his marvelous book Ego and Archetype, does indeed indicate that science and religion can be reconciled.


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