Medicine: The Psychology of Witches

In modern U.S. usage a witch is either a liberal's term for the quarry of a Congressman or a ladylike term for an untamed shrew; oldtime witches seem to have disappeared. Not so in the eyes of Jungian psychologists, to many of whom the whole world of demons, myth and fable is every bit as vivid as it is to poets and children. For Jungians believe that certain kinds of myths are repeated over and over again in all eras and societies, thus furnishing clues to the universal unconscious, just as an individual's dreams...

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