have earned degrees in the disciplines of theology and
jurisprudence, and have earned 50+ hours in undergraduate
and graduate psychology credits. And, over the years,
I have been fortunate enough to attend and/or hear lectures,
seminars, and workshops presented by leading Jungian
analysts and/or writers.
- all said and done - I'm just an old guy that (while
on his own personal journey) early in life got interested
in the writings of Dr Carl G Jung.
but true, it was my studies of Jung's writings that
eventually led to my current interest and expertise
in the subject of Western Tropical Astrology.
1996, when starting up my archetypal astrology site
- The Zodiac Master - I noticed there was an absolute
dearth of basic information about Carl G Jung and Jungian
I created a small, mostly separate, section of my site
devoted to Jung and Jungian Psychology.
great news is that nowadays there's, of course, an endless
supply of information out there. Nowadays Jungian type
folk (with actual credentials) are increasingly showing
up with excellent informative sites, blogs, and such.
However, I'd like to think that my little section on
Jung and Jungian concepts still plays a valuable niche
role for some people.
clearly stated on the opening page of Unus Mundus:
"The scattered information and ideas shared on
these few pages are meant to be little more than a very
small, but delicious taste of Jung's ideas... and it
is certainly not meant to be a scholarly treatise and/or
final word on any of the concepts briefly shared."
Z (aka Anthony L Peña, JD)
August 22, 2019