Lots of people recognize Carl Jung as one of the founding fathers of psychology, but did you know he also had a fascination about astrology?
More and more people are realizing the value of astrology and how the cycles of time are repeated. For example , many world leaders consult master astrologers before signing any important papers or bills.
You’ll also notice that major false flag events are usually planned on astrological dates of significance.
One major occurrence that people should know is when Pluto entered Capricorn in 2008. Pluto is known as the “Destroyer” and will tear down everything that is not in humanity’s best interests. The last time Pluto was in Capricorn was throughout both the French and American Revolutions in the 1700’s. Pluto entered Capricorn in 2008 and right on schedule, we saw a collapse of the banking system, with the exception of the too big to fail banks.
While many people will see this as something negative, it’s actually a blessing because it gives us an opportunity to rebuild society in to the world we truly want to live in.
For more on Pluto in Capricorn, please read HUGE Changes Are Upon Us With Pluto In Capricorn, Pluto in Capricorn – Old Patterns Can No Longer Exist, and Transcending Time And Money.
The following astrology quotes are from Carl Jung:
We are born at a given moment in a given place and like vintage years of wine we have the qualities of the year and of the season where we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything else. – C. G. Jung
Astrology is among the intuitive methods like the I Ching, geomantics, along with other divinatory procedures. It is based upon the synchronicity principle, i. e. meaningful coincidence. … Astrology is really a naively projected psychology in which the different attitudes and temperaments of man are represented as gods and identified with planets and zodiacal constellations. – Carl Gustav Jung
The starry vault of heaven is in truth the open book of cosmic projection, in which are reflected the mythologems, i. e., the archetypes. In this vision astrology and alchemy, the two classical functionaries of the psychology of the collective unconscious, join hands. – Carl. G. Jung
Astrology is of particular interest to the psychologist, since it contains a sort of psychological experience which we call projected – this means that we find the psychological facts as it were in the constellations. This originally gave rise to the idea that these factors derive from the stars, whereas they are merely in a relation of synchronicity with them. I admit that this is a very curious fact which throws a peculiar light on the structure of the human mind. …. Carl G. Jung in 1947 in a letter to prof. B. V. Raman
So far as the personality remains potential, it can be called transcendent, and so far as it is unconscious, it is indistinguishable from all those things that carry its projections…[that is, ] symbols of the outside world and the cosmic symbols. These form the psychological basis for the conception of man as a macrocosm through the astrological components of his character. – Carl G. Jung
Astrologers are influenced by theosophy, so they say, “That is very simple, it is just vibration! ” … But what is vibration? They state it is light energy, perhaps electricity, they are not exactly informed. At all events the vibrations which could influence us have never been seen, so it remains just a word. – Carl G. Jung in 1929
Our modern science begins with astronomy. Instead of saying that man was led by psychological motives, they formerly said he was led by his stars. … The puzzling thing is that there is really a curious coincidence between astrological and psychological facts, so that one can isolate time from the characteristics of an individual, and in addition, one can deduce characteristics from a certain time. Therefore we have to conclude that what we call psychological motives are in a way identical with star positions. Since we cannot demonstrate this, we must form a peculiar hypothesis. This hypothesis says that the dynamics of our psyche is not just identical with the position of the stars, nor has it to do with vibrations – that is an illegitimate hypothesis. It is better to assume that i is a phenomenon of time. … The stars are simply utilized by man to serve as indicators of time… – Carl G. Jung in 1929
The collective unconscious…appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its real exponents. In fact the complete of mythology could be taken as a sort of projection of the collective unconscious. We can see this most clearly if we look at the heavenly constellations, whose originally chaotic forms are organized through the projection of images. This explains the influence of the stars as asserted by astrologers. These influences are nothing but unconscious, introspective perceptions of the collective unconscious. – Carl G. Jung
Synchronicity does not admit causality in the analogy between terrestrial events and astrological constellations … What astrology can establish will be the analogous events, but not that either series may be the cause or the effect of the other. (For instance, the same constellation may at one time signify a catastrophe and at another time, in the same case, a cold in the head. ) … Regardless, astrology occupies a unique and special position on the list of intuitive methods… I have observed many cases where a well-defined psychological phase, or an analogous event, was accompanied by a transit (particularly when Saturn and Uranus were affected). – Carl G. Jung
Obviously astrology has much to offer psychology, but what the latter can offer its elder sister is less evident. So far as I judge, it could seem to me advantageous for astrology to just take the existence of psychology into account, above all the psychology of the personality and of the unconscious. – Carl G. Jung
It is indeed very difficult to explain the astrological phenomenon. I am not in the least disposed to an either-or explanation. I usually say that with a psychological explanation there’s only the alternative: either and or! This appears to me to be the case with astrology too. – Carl G. Jung in a letter to Hans Bender, April 10, 1958, Carl G. Jung Letters, Volume 2, 1951-1961, p. 428.
The truth is that astrology flourishes as nothing you’ve seen prior. There is a regular library of astrological books and magazines that sell for far better than the most useful scientific works. The Europeans and Americans who’ve horoscopes cast for them may be counted not by the hundred thousand but by the million. Astrology is a flourishing industry. … If such a large percentage of the population has an insatiable need for this counter pole to the scientific spirit, we can be sure that the collective psyche in most individual – be he never so scientific – has this psychological requirement in equally high degree. A certain kind of “scientific” scepticism and criticism in our time is nothing but a misplaced compensation of the powerful and deep-rooted superstitious impulses of the collective psyche. – C. G. Jung, Two Essays on Analytical Psychology
While studying astrology I have applied it to concrete cases many times. … The experiment is most suggestive to a versatile mind, unreliable in the hands of the unimaginative, and dangerous in the hands of a fool, as those intuitive methods always are. If intelligently used the experiment is useful in cases where this is a matter of an opaque structure. It usually provides surprising insights. The most definite limit of the experiment is lack of intelligence and literal-mindedness of the observer. … Undoubtedly astrology today is flourishing as never before in the past, but it continues to be most unsatisfactorily explored despite very frequent use. It is an apt tool only when used intelligently. It is not at all foolproof and when used by a rationalistic and narrow mind it is a definite nuisance. – C. G. Jung: Letters, volume 2, 1951-1961, pages 463-464, letter to Robert L. Kroon, 15 November 1958
Astrology is knocking at the gates of our universities: A Tübingen professor has switched over to astrology and a course on astrology was given at Cardiff University last year. Astrology is not mere superstition but contains some psychological facts (like theosophy) which are of considerable importance. Astrology has actually nothing to do with the stars but is the 5000-year-old psychology of antiquity and the Middle Ages. – C. G. Jung in a letter to L. Oswald on December 8, 1928, in Carl G. Jung, Letters, vol. 1, 1973