By Marie-Louise von Franz
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As you know, Dr. Jung has devoted many years of study to this subject, which he practically dug up from the dunghill of the past, for it was a forgotten and despised field of investigation which he has suddenly revived. The fact that now the smallest pamphlet sells for about 100 Swiss francs, while about ten years ago an excellent book on alchemy could be bought for two or three francs, is actually due to Dr. Jung, because except for the interest displayed by some Freemason circles, and later developments by Rosicrucians, nobody really knew anything about the subject when he began his work on it.
For instance, sometimes people keep their experiences to themselves even in these primitive countries, and develop their own system, but if then they fail in life they are looked upon as fools so the man who is arrogant enough to want to remain alone risks being regarded as someone possessed and a fool, instead of a great medicine man. He has to run that risk, and only life can show which is correct. But even such tribes discriminate between fools who are possessed and medicine men. Remark: In Christian terminology, you could say that such a man was carrying his cross, but everything depended on his motive.
Indian painting, in Mueller, Glauben, Wissen und Kunst der alten Hindus, Pl. II, fig. 17. 103 30. Lion Devouring the Sun. Rosarium philosophorum (1550). G. Jung Coll. 105 Page 9 31. Hermes Trismegistus with Tablet. Senior, De chemia, in Mangetus, Bibliotheca chemica curiosa (1702). , Yale Univ. Lib. 110 32. Volatile Spirit as Eagle and Swan. Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 126, fig. 13. G. Jung Coll. 115 33. Roasting the Salamander. E. Waite (ed. ), The Hermetic Museum Restored and Enlarged, I, p.
Alchemy: an introduction to the symbolism and the psychology by Marie-Louise von Franz