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5 – Andy Weir’s follow-up book to his best-seller, The Martian. The new book, Artemis: A Novel, was published Jul. 3, 2018. CLICK ON COVER TO BUY
8 – Jung and Pauli: The Meeting of Two Great Minds, by David Lindorff, Ph.D., Jungian analyst. CLICK ON COVER TO BUY
9 – Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies by C.G. Jung
10 – Basel Broadsheet, 1566 (detail from book cover) “This is from a broadsheet written by Samuel Coccius, ’student of the Holy Scripture and of the free arts, at Basel [Switzerland], in the Fatherland,’ in August 1566. He reports that on August 7 of that year, at the time of the sunrise, ‘many large black globes were seen in the air, moving before the sun with great speed, and turning against each other as if fighting. Some of them became red and fiery and afterwards faded and went out.’ As the illustration shows, this sighting was made in Basel. The dark colour of the Ufos may be due to their having been seen against the light of the rising sun. Some of them were bright and fiery. Their speed and irregular motion are typical Ufo features.” ~C.G. Jung, Flying Saucers, p. 95 (of course)
Ken James is a diplomate Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Chicago, and the founder and director of The Soulwork Center, a Jungian-oriented resource center dedicated to facilitating the process of individuation as understood by the psychiatrist and philosopher C.G. Jung.
Dr. James is also the Director of Student Services at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, where he coordinates all services for students with learning, emotional and behavioral needs from ages 3 years through senior year of high school.
In addition to his psychoanalytic practice, he holds the rank of professor emeritus after a thirty-three year career as a university professor. Ken received his Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 1975, and his diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago in 1993. Ken did training in The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music at the Institute for Consciousness and Music in Baltimore, Maryland in the late 1970s. He also did four years of post-doctoral study in theology and scripture at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood in the early 1980s, and ended up teaching preaching there for a time.
He studied vocal music at the American Conservatory of Music, and appeared at Zanie’s Comedy Club, Court Theatre, and The Repertory Opera Theatre of Oak Park. He also performed flamenco with the Ensemble Español, under the stage name Francisco Santos. He has served on the faculty at Roosevelt University, Northeastern Illinois University, and Northwestern University. He has lectured and conducted workshops internationally on Divination and Synchronicity, Dream Interpretation, and The Tarot and its relationship to Jung’s psychology.
Ken’s spirituality draws from several sources. He was raised Roman Catholic, but in a “mixed home”—his father was Episcopalian. As he matured, his Catholicism was formed more fully by the Trappists, St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi, and the Sisters of Saint Agnes. As a child he would go with neighborhood friends to the Chicago Buddhist Temple, which at the time was around the corner from his home, and down the street from the Catholic church he attended with his family.
He took lay ordination as a Zen Buddhist in 1995 under Roshi Richard Langlois of the Zen Buddhist Temple of Chicago. Ken also became familiar with Judaism by attending services occasionally with his godfather’s wife, who was Jewish. Later, he studied the Kabbalah with the Lubavitcher Rabbi Meir Chai Benhiyoun of the Chabad of the Loop, Gold Coast and Lincoln Park.
Coming from a Scottish family (on his father’s side) with several talented psychics going back several generations, Ken has always been comfortable with the intuitive dimension. He realized that Carl Jung’s teachings on the structure and dynamics of the psyche provided grounding and clarity on a personal level, and deep professional fulfillment as well. Always eager to learn new things and walk new paths, around ten years ago Ken found his way to the oldest spiritualist church in Chicago, The Church of the Spirit, where he now serves as an assistant pastor and medium.
Ken’s interest in near-death experiences stems from his practice. Over the past twenty-five years, he has worked with several analysands who were experiencers before they began analysis, and other analysands had near-death experiences during the time that they were doing their analytic work with him. Ken finds that Jung’s psychology lends itself to a deeper understanding of near-death phenomena, possibly because of Jung’s own near-death event. Ken is particularly interested in the relationship between near-death experiences, spirituality, Jung's archetypes of the collective unconscious, and the practice of consciousness in daily life.
Laura London studied experimental psychology at the University of Washington and earned her undergraduate degree in neuropsychology from a private Jesuit university.
After working for many years in neurology, neuro-imaging, and nuclear medicine at University Hospitals of Cleveland and its VA psychiatric hospital, she left that scene and entered into a 17-year Jungian analysis sending her deeply into the work of Carl Gustav Jung. She attended a wide variety of lectures, workshops and seminars with notable Jungian analysts and authors, and worked closely with the Jung Association of Central Ohio and the C.G. Jung Center in Chicago.
In 2015, she created the podcast Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts, which led her to Zürich, Switzerland to visit the places where Jung lived and worked. For the past five years she has interviewed over 50 certified Jungian analysts in an effort to bring the theories and applications of Jungian analysis to a wider segment of the public. As host and producer she has made every episode available to stream or download for free at speakingofjung.com, where you’ll also find a treasure trove of resources on Jung, his psychology, and the people who practice it.
She collaborates with pioneers of the future to create thought-provoking shows that serve as a catalyst for change to bring about a better world for all. Kynthea brings a broad insight to the discussion of the emergence of Universal Consciousness.
Together with Richard C. Hoagland, she studied the first Cydonia photos from Mars and helped organize the early Mars investigation and spear-headed several Mars Rallys at JPL in Pasedena, California. She was the first to sculpt the incredibly controversial Face on Mars...followed by numerous sequential sculptures as new data continued to arrive.
Kynthea continues to support and contribute to the on-going planetary/Mars investigations with the Enterprise Mission Imaging Team, her interest and research of Martian anomalies spans nearly 40 years.