Carl Jung

Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist working for secret service agency OSS (later CIA) of William Donavan, with Robert Knapp, Paul Mellon, Hollywood director John Ford, and actor Sterling Hayden (Stanley Kubrick movies). Like the Austrian psychiatrist Sigmund Freud, he did research on trauma based mind control and was connected to the Society for Psychical Research, closely associated with the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and OTO.

He visited the OTO center Monte Verità, near Ascona Switzerland. He was educated at the University of Basel Switerland, the university of Friedrich Nietzsche and studied with Pierre Janet in Paris. Janet coined the term 'dissociation', 'subconscious' and 'inferiority complex'. His classmate was Martin Heidegger and Frederic Spiegelberg, who later founded the California Institute for Integral Studies and had the founders of the Esalen Institute as students.

He worked at the Burgölzli clinic in Zürich, where Ewen Cameron worked in the late 20's.

He worked with Rowland Hazard III, who later founded Alcoholics Anonymous with Bill Wilson (mentored by MI6 agent Gerald Heard).

Jung's theories and concepts were used in Hollywood propaganda for programming of the subconscious.

He worked for the CIA (team with Paul Mellon) and the Tavistock Institute.

The Jungian concept of the Shadow is associated with Pluto, the 8th house, associated with somebody's biggest fear, dark, hidden and repressed desires. In the fake liberation movements of the 60's, social engineers used Jungian psychology to manipulate and crack open these repressed desires as a form of trauma based mind control.

In 1966 the Ingmar Bergman movie Persona was released on 8/31, date of death Diana in the Alma tunnel in Paris, with Bibi Andersson as Alma and Liv Ullman as Elizabeth (Multiple Personality Disorder, masks as symbol of mind control).

The same year Seconds with Rock Hudson about mirror alters and the masque ball of Truman Capote.

In 1967 he appeared on the cover of The Beatles album 'Sgt Pepper' with Aleister Crowley, Aldous Huxley, Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, HG Wells, Bob Dylan. The Beatles were mind controlled at Tavistock Institute (statue of Sigmund Freud) and used to promote LSD. The 'Pepper' referred to the Devil's pepper in Rosemary's Baby, with Rosemary's dream sequence as a psychological manipulation of the subconscious, programming of subconscious fears.

He developed the concept of animus and anima and the persona, symbolised by a mask (ubiqiteous in pop culture as symbol of mind control, used in the movie Vanilla Sky and the Covid19 ritual).

He was played by Michael Fassbender in A Dangerous Method (Viggo Mortensen as Sigmund Freud).

Astrological chart

born 7/26/1875, date Stanley Kubrick, Mick Jagger, Kevin Spacey, Aldous Huxley (The Doors of Perception).

Asc: Aquarius, mc: Scorpio. Dom: Taurus (the Hierophant), Leo, Aquarius - Sun (Christ JC, like Kubrick), Pluto, Moon (intuition, subconscious).

Houses 3, 7, 6. 3: Pluto and Moon in Taurus, 7: Sun and Uranus in Leo, 6: Venus and Mercury in Cancer.

died 6/6/1961, date D-day (liberation, defeating Shadow), Paul Giamatti, death Robert Kennedy, the Omen (Damian as Jungian Shadow), month before birth Diana Spencer, 2 months before birth Barack Obama.


1912 Psychology of the Unconscious
1916 Seven Sermons to the Dead (part of Red Book)
1921 Psychological Types
1933 Modern Man in Search for a Soul
1944 Psychology and Alchemy
1951 Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self
1952 Symbols of Transformation
1954 Answers to Job
1956 Mysterium Coniunctionis
1961 Memories, Dreams, Reflections (autobiography)
1964 Man and his Symbols
2009 the Red Book Liber Novus
2020 Black Books

Collected Works

Volume 1 Psychiatric Studies (1957)
Volume 2 Experimental Researches (1973)
Volume 3 Psychogenesis of Mental Disease(1960)
Volume 4 Freud Psychoanalysis (1961)
Volume 5 Symbols of Transformation(1967)
Volume 6 Psychological Types(1971)
Volume 7 Two Essays on Analytical Psychology(1967)
Volume 8 Structure & Dynamics of the Psyche (1969)
Volume 9 (Part 1) Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (1969)
Volume 9 (Part 2) Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self  (1969)
Volume 10 Civilization in Transition(1970)
Volume 11 Psychology and Religion: West and East (1970)
Volume 12 Psychology and Alchemy (1968)
Volume 13 Alchemical Studies (1968)
Volume 14 Mysterium Coniunctionis (1970)
Volume 15 Spirit in Man, Art, and Literature (1966)
Volume 16 Practice of Psychotherapy(1966)
Volume 17 Development of Personality (1954)
Volume 18 The Symbolic Life (1977)
Volume 19 General Bibliography(Revised Edition) (1990)
Volume 20 General Index (1979)

Sigmund Freud

History of mind control