Paper Information

Journal:   MASHREQ-E MOUOOD   SPRING 2011 , Volume 5 , Number 17; Page(s) 143 To 171.
 
Paper:  BELIEF IN THE SAVIOR, BASED ON THE "COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS" OF JUNG; AN ANALOGY WITH THE EPIC OF ANCIENT PHOENIX IN THE EAST (IRAN) AND MODERN WESTERN FLYING SAUCERS AS SAVIORS (THE UNITED STATES)
 
Author(s):  MOOSAVI GILANI SEYED RAZI, MOLAVI MARYAM
 
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Abstract: 

This article, compares "Belief in a saviour" with the old Phoenix epic (as Saviour) in the East (Iran) and links it with the modern epic of flying saucers (as Saviour) in the West (United states of America) through the concept of the collective unconscious of Jung and explains it based on old pattern of redemption.
At first, we survey collective unconscious of Jung, meaning of epic, old patterns and instinct from Jung's point of view. Secondly, we study the history of the epic of Ancient Phoenix and its evolution in the East (Iran) and its relation with collective unconscious on the basis on analytical psychology of Jung and finally, we ensure the link and commonalities between Ancient Phoenix and flying saucers and commonalities with the concept of collective unconscious. This all will lead us to the redemption issue that will be expressed in the form of believing in a Saviour.

 
Keyword(s): JUNG, COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS, MYTH, ANCIENT PATTERN, INSTINCT, SYMBOLS AND DREAMS, PHOENIX, FLYING SAUCERS, SAVIOUR
 
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