History of Time Part II: Calendar basics
Astrology / Astronomy / History / Religion / Science / Science

History of Time Part II: Calendar basics


Calendar Basics About prehistoric calendar not much is known, and even the old calendar of literate cultures can often only  reconstructed incomplete. However, a comparison with various known types of calendars can historically classify calendars. This is a supplementary draft is an overview of the calender development in North Africa, Middle East (including Egypt and … Continue reading

History of Time I: The face of God from ancient cultures to the big bang.
Astrology / Astronomy / History / Other Gods / Religion / Science / Science

History of Time I: The face of God from ancient cultures to the big bang.


The history of time reflects culture – interconnecting temporal powers, religion and science. For millenniums priest were gatekeeper of time and calendar(s). Now scientists have taken over. Today we are able to contemplate beyond the creation of time, even beyond the big bang. I got the idea to this essay after I read a  book, … Continue reading

Jungian archetypes of Nefertiti and the Heretic Pharaoh Akhenaten
C.G.Jung / History / Other Gods / Religion

Jungian archetypes of Nefertiti and the Heretic Pharaoh Akhenaten


Akhenaten (Echnaton) is the most mysterious and interesting of all the ancient Egyptian pharaohs. In the following essay I will try to interpret what little is known about the androgynous pharaoh, who brought down the Egypt empire with his daring cultural and religious revolution, the enigmatic chief queen Nefertiti (Neferneferuaten), and his overpowering mother Tiye. Continue reading

Isis, Mithras and Jesus: Clash of male and female Archetypes in classical Rome
Archetypes / C.G.Jung / History / Other Gods / Science / Spiritual

Isis, Mithras and Jesus: Clash of male and female Archetypes in classical Rome


A scholarly fashion claims that only by coincidence Christ and not the Egyptian Isis or the Persian Mithras gained the upper hand as a world religion. There is some truth in it, but also an utter disregard of the attractiveness of Christianity at that time. This article will explore this question from a historical thesis, … Continue reading

The Black Swan as Acausal Connecting Principle
Philosophy / Science / Science / West

The Black Swan as Acausal Connecting Principle


Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s The Black Swan – highly improbable market events – meet C.G. Jung’s Synchronicity – An Acausal Connecting Principle. Nassim Nicholas Taleb is a mathematician who has made a fortune by betting on highly improbable market events.Carl Jung warned that if societies do not attend to their collective shadow, a world crisis can result. Our era is one of failing elites and broken social covenants is fraught with the dangers of unleashed economical, millitary and social chaos. We each can do our part to safeguard each other by unterstanding black swans. I want to apply C.G. Jung’s wisdom as intuitive thinker on Taleb’s book (The Black Swan) beneficial to analyze external events – and yes, I am afraid this has something to do with the financial crisis and current geopolitical risks. Continue reading

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Symbols live on when language is lost – Archetypes of the Picts in Scotland


I learned recently during a trip through Scotland more about the Picts, who were a group of Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic tribal people living in ancient eastern and northern part. Their language has been lost, except for fragments, although they left behind a wealth of “picture stones,” large monoliths carved with mysterious symbols whose meanings … Continue reading