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This revolutionary reassessment of Jung's research, conclusions, and character asserts that Jung falsified his key research in developing the theory of a collective unconsciousness. Noll also reveals evidence that Jung founded a profascist religious cult in which he intended to be worshipped as an "Aryan-Christ", propagated racist and ant-Semitic theories, and practiced polygamy for much of his life.
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Table of ContentsList of Illustrations
Pt. 1 The Historical Context of C. G. Jung
Ch. 1 The Problem of the Historical Jung
Ch. 2 The Fin de Siecle
Ch. 3 Freud, Haeckel, and Jung: Naturphilosophie, Evolutionary Biology, and Secular Regeneration
Ch. 4 Fin-de-Siecle Occultism and Promises of Rebirth
Ch. 5 Volkisch Utopianism and Sun Worship
Ch. 6 Wandlungen und Symbole der Libido: Solar Mysticism as Science
Pt. 2 Prelude to a Cult: Chronology and Biography
Ch. 7 Spirits, Memory Images, and the Longing for Mystery: 1895-1907
Ch. 8 Otto Gross, Nietzscheanism, and Matriarchal Neopaganism: 1908
Ch. 9 "The Mothers! The Mothers! It Sounds So Strangely Weird!": J. J. Bachofen, Otto Gross, Stefan George, and Jung
Ch. 10 Visionary Excavations of the Collective Unconscious: 1909-1915
Ch. 11 The Collective Unconscious, the God Within, and Wotan's Runes: 1916
Pt. 3 The Jung Cult
Ch. 12 "The Silent Experiment in Group Psychology": 1916
Ch. 13 "The Secret Church": The Transmission of Charismatic Authority