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“The new man and woman must be like Abraxas: with head overshadowed by the Logos of wisdom and insight, with swift feet that possess the instinctual force and libidinal resilience of the serpent. These opposites in turn must be joined and welded together by qualities of true and undisguised humanity, a humanity for which no moral, economic or political apologies are required”.

Stephen A. Hoeller, The Gnostic Jung and the Seven Sermons to the Dead

[Read about Carl Jung on the orgrad website]