The Jungian Underworld

Carl Jung said Jews were different from other people and needed to be dressed up in different clothes, because otherwise we mistook them for people like ourselves. “What were the Jews doing in the desert for 40 years, eating sand? Of course they were, feeding off other people’s crops until they moved on.” He was so jealous of the Jews. He was said to be a Nazi and then “not a Nazi in the strongest sense.”

[The Aryan Christ, 274-275]

Carl Jung on Christians: “With me nobody has his place who is in the church. I am for those who are out of the church.”

Carl Jung on Jews: “You know, I would never like to have children from a person who has Jewish blood.”

[The Aryan Christ, 275, 278 ]

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