Da Capo Press (1995), Edition: 2nd, 184 pages
LibraryThing member endersreads
I often delve into speculative and esoteric studies. I did not expect to be reading the latest of the scientifically methodically tested postulations. I might add that Allan Combs and I share dwelling in Asheville, NC. Those who know the city know it's people eat this type of stuff up with a wolfish appetite. That being said, the Jungians (indeed Jung coined the term Synchronicity, and you may find his fish story here *huge pun*)and the Campbellians of you--along with the followers of Thoth, or Hermes, or Mercury, or Merlin, or the Trickster, or any of his other innumerous names--you will immediately understand the theme of the book. Very few of us can say we have not felt "Synchronicity" tapping us on the shoulder. For those who have not felt the touch of the PARAnormal; you may continue to believe the Encyclopedia Brittanica came from a print factory explosion. I should note that I do not agree with many of the concepts here, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading them.
LibraryThing member leprarheos
Inevitable drift into patchouli-reeking "new age" propaganda. You really are always on your own, kids.
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184 p.; 6 x 0.5 inches
1569248451 / 9781569248454
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