ANGELS FEAR – Sacred aesthetics of fractal recursion
Astronomy / C.G.Jung / Philosophy / Science

ANGELS FEAR – Sacred aesthetics of fractal recursion


fallenAngel’s Fear is an obvious wordplay which crossed my mind after a blog reader pointed out that Bateson’s book  Angels Fear: Towards an Epistemology of the Sacred might be of relevance to me.  The title created immediately multiple associations and images,  so  I became curious and got the book.  Bateson presents from a anthropologist view concepts and topology of structure- determined recursion – in a … Continue reading

The footprints of Aquarius and New World Order – a Jungian view
Astrology / Astronomy / C.G.Jung / Other Gods / Religion / Science / Spiritual

The footprints of Aquarius and New World Order – a Jungian view


The Aquarius Age (aka New Age or New World Order) is a period defined by the passage of the spring equinox (literally “Equal Night”) into the Aquarius zodiac sign. What does the Aquarius age promise? What are its footprints? Is it the blue pill or the red – hope or despair? What had Jung  to say…? … Continue reading

Mayan calenders and archetypes of apocalypse – a collective unconscious “death wish”?
Archetypes / Astrology / Astronomy / C.G.Jung / History / Science

Mayan calenders and archetypes of apocalypse – a collective unconscious “death wish”?


The world might come down tomorrow according to Mayan calendar. Actually the Mayan never predicted an apocalypse, but a reset sure would be nice, at least in politics. There are many of unlikely astronomic mishaps which could happen, but I am convinced mankind’s stupidity is on the very top of the list.The vigesimal system (that means … Continue reading

Kepler’s harmonic archetypes and C.G. Jung’s spiritual wholeness
Astrology / Astronomy / C.G.Jung / History / Medival / Science

Kepler’s harmonic archetypes and C.G. Jung’s spiritual wholeness


 In the sixteenth century, the time of Johannes Kepler, fields such as alchemy, astrology, and harmonics were considered important subjects eyed suspiciously by theology which overtook metaphysics. Narrowed down to chemistry, astronomy and (some) art and a materialistic positivism, C.G. Jung gave us back an holistic and spiritual view very compatible with Kepler’s religious motivated … Continue reading

Conversion from the Top – A Jesuit in the Forbidden City: Matteo Ricci 1552-1610
Astronomy / History / Religion / Science

Conversion from the Top – A Jesuit in the Forbidden City: Matteo Ricci 1552-1610


Das Buch ist eine vollständige, zuweilen recht wissenschaftliche und sehr detaillierte Biographie , dessen Kapitel hauptsächlich nach Wirkungsorten und in den letzten zwei Kapiteln nach sein Hauptwerken angeordnet sind.   Der Autor ist Chinese-American, der daher auch chinesische Quellen berücksichtigten kann. Das Buch wird  vom Kapitel Beijing an ausserordentlich lebendig, und brilliant, geradezu einzigarig wenn es Riccis Argumentation beschreibt. … Continue reading