These are some of the books we've read and notes we've made against these books. The alchemical texts in particular are interesting. We've not read all of them…and some are in old Latin (we've not read those). That said, many of the alchemical texts have beautiful images that are worth browsing. Alphabetical order is by Author, not title.

Papers

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Cirlot, J. E. (1971) A Dictionary of Symbols. Routledge, 2nd edition.

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Dunne, J. W. (1929) Experiment with Time Second Edition. A. & C. Black, Ltd. 4, 5 & 6 Soho Square, London, W.1 1929.

Dunne, J. W. (1934) The Serial Universe London. Faber & Faber Limited. 24 Russell Square.

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Edinger, E. F. (1995) The Mysterium Lectures. A Journey through C. G. Jung's Mysterium Coniunctionis. Inner City Books. Transcribed and Edited by Joan Dexter Blackmer.

Ellenberger, H. F. (1970) The Discovery of the Unconscious. The History and Evolution of Dynamic Psychiatry. BasicBooks. A member of the Perseus Books Group. Copyright © 1970 by Henri. F. Ellenberger.

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France, Anatole (1910) The White Stone. Translated by Charles E. Roche. Original 1905. Printed by Ballanttne & Co. Ltd. Tavistock street, Covent Garden, London

Frazer, James G. (1981) The Golden Bough: The Roots of Religion and Folklore. Random House Value Publishing Inc. Published by Gramercy Books, New York.

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Goethe, Johann Wolfgang (1950) Trans. Taylor, Bayard. Faust. The Modern Library, New York by Random House.

Gabbard, Glen O., M.D. (2005) Psychodynamic Psychiatry in Clinical Practice. Fourth Edition. American Psychiatric Publishing Inc.

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Δ Hartmann, Franz (1894) The Life of Philippus Theophrastus Bombast of Hohenheim, known by the name of Paracelsus, and the Substance of his teachings. Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner & Co Ltd, London.

Δ Henderson, J. L. and Sherwood, D. N. (2003) Transformation of the Psyche. The Symbolic Alchemy of the Splendor Solis. Routledge, London & New York

Ω Herzog, Edgar (1966) Psyche and Death. Translated 1966 David Cox and Eugene Rolfe. © 1960 by Rasche and Cie. AG, Zurich. English translation © 1966 by Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd. First printed 1966.

Hillman, J. (1992) Re-Visioning Psychology. Harper Perennial edition published 1992.

Hillman, J. (1985) Suicide and the Soul. Spring Publications. Originally published: New York : Harper & Row, 1973.

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Irenaeus Saint, Bishop of Lyon (1872) Five books of S. Irenaeus, bishop of Lyons, Against Heresies

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Jacobi, J. (1959) Complex, Archetype and Symbol, Bollingen, Princeton University.

Jung, C. G. and Kerenyi, C (1969) t. R. G. C. Hull. Essays on a Science of Mythology The myth of the divine child and the mysteries of Eleusis. Bollingen series XXII. Pantheon Books.

Jung, C. G. (1973) Jaffé. A. Ed. Winston R., Winston C. Trans. Memories, Dreams, and Reflections, Vintage books, a division of Random House, Inc. NY

Jung, C. G. and Pauli, W. (2001) Ed. Meier, C. A. Atom and Archetype The Pauli / Jung Letters, 1932-1958. Routledge, London and New York.

Jung, C. G. (2008) Children's Dreams. Notes from the Seminar Given in 1936-1940. English translation © 2008 by Princeton University Press.

Jung, C. G. (1933) Modern Man in search of a Soul. A Harvest Book • Harcourt, Inc. San Diego New York London

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Kalsched, D. (1996) The Inner World of Trauma - Archetypal Defenses of the Personal Spirit. First published 1996 by Routledge, 27 Church Road, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 2FA.

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Lewis, C. S. (1961) A Grief Observed. Printed in the UK by CPI Bookmarque, Croyddon. First published in 1961 by Faber and Faber Limited, Bloomsbury House, London.

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Macguire, Anne (2004) Skin Disease. A message from the Soul A treatise from a Jungian perspective of Psychosomatic Dermatology. Free Association books. London, United Kingdom.

Man and Time (1958) Papers from the eranos yearbooks. Routledge and Keegan Paul, London.

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Onians, R. B. (1951) The Origins of European Thought. about the Body, the Mind, the Soul, the World, Time, and Fate. © Cambridge University Press.

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Pauli, W. (1994) Ed. Enz, C. P. and von Meyenn, K., Trans. Schlapp, R. Writings on Physics and Philosophy. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York.

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Δ Read, J. (1939) 2nd Ed. Prelude to Chemistry. G. Bell & Sons Ltd. Reprinted by lithography in Great Britain by Jarrold & Sons Ltd, Norwich.

Rohde, Erwin (1925) Psyche: The Cult of Souls and Belief in Immortality Among the Greeks. London, Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner & Co., Ltd. New York, Harcourt, Brace & Company, Inc.

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von Franz, Marie-Louise (1980) The psychological Meaning of Redemption Motifs in Fairytales. Inner City Books.

von Franz, Marie-Louise (1986) seventh printing The Feminine in Fairytales. Spring Publications, Dallas, TX. USA

von Franz, Marie-Louise (1992) Psyche and Matter. © 1988 by Daimon Verlag. Shambhala Publications, Boston & London.

von Franz, Marie-Louise (1995) Projection and Re-collection in Jungian Psychology. © Kreuz Verlag, Stuttgart, 1978. Open Court Publishing Company.

von Franz, Marie-Louise (1974) Number and Time Reflections leading towards a unification of psychology and physics. © 1974 Northwestern University Press. Translated by Andrea Dykes. Rider & Company London.

Δ von Franz, Marie-Louise (1980) Alchemy, An introduction to the Symbolism and the Psychology. Inner City Books.

Ω von Franz, Marie-Louise (1986) On Dreams & Death. © 1984 Kösel-Verlag GmbH & Co., Munich. Translation © 1986 Shambhala Publications, Inc. Random House publications.

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Wasserman, James (1993) Art and Symbols of the Occult, Tiger Books International, London.

Whitmont, E. C. and Perera, S. B. (1989) Dreams, A Portal to the Source. Routledge. London and New York.

Whitrow, G. J. (1975) The Nature of Time. © 1972 Thames & Hudson, Originally published in Great Britain under the title What is Time?. Pelican Books.

Alchemical books & texts

Δ Rulandus, M. (1612) A Lexicon of Alchemy or Alchemical Dictionary. Translated by Arthur E. Waite. John M. Watkins London (1893 / 1964)

Δ Aurora Consurgens. circa 15th century.

Δ The Planets and their Children. - A Blockbook (woodcut) of Medieval Popular Astrology See Transformation of the Psyche book review where I have placed the illustrations alongside those of the Splendor Solis illustrations for comparison.

Δ Occulta Philosophia Early 16th Century.
Written around 1509 - 1510 (printed 1533), The Three books of Occult Philosphy (De Occulta Philosophia libri III) were written by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, who lived September 15, 1486 - February 18, 1535.

Δ The Splendor Solis Circa AD 1532-1535. Attributed to Salomon Trismosin
cRef. Henderson, J. L. and Sherwood, D. N. (2003) Transformation of the Psyche . The Symbolic Alchemy of the Splendor Solis . Routledge, London & New York

Δ Stoltzius Von Stoltzenbert, Daniel. (1624) 'Viridarium Chymicum' - The Chemical Pleasure-Garden

Δ Baulot, Isaac. (1677) 'Mutus Liber' - the 'silent book'. Printed in La Rochelle under the editorship of Pierre Savouret.

Δ Ashmole, Elias, (1652) Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum : containing severall poeticall pieces of our famous English philosophers, who have written the hermetique mysteries in their owne ancient language. London : Printed by J. Grismond for Nath: Brooke, at the angel in Cornhill

Δ Valentine, Basil (1671) The last will and testament of Basil Valentine, monke of the order of St. Bennet : which, being alone, he hid under a table of marble, behind the high-altar of the cathedral church, in the imperial city of Erford : leaving it there to be found by him, whom Gods providence should make worthy of it : to which is added two treatises, the first declaring his manual operations, the second shewing things natural and supernatural. Publisher: London : Printed by S.G. and B.G. for Edward Brewster

Δ Valentine, Basil (1893) The triumphal chariot of antimony London : J. Elliott and Co.

Δ Valentine, Basil The Twelve keys of Basil Valentine

Δ Maier, Michael (1687) Secretioris Naturae Secretorum Scrutinium Chymicum : per oculis et intellectui accurat㋠accommodata, figuris cupro appositissim㋠incisa, ingeniosissima emblemata, hisque confines, & ad rem egregiã facientes sententias, doctissimaque item epigrammata, illustratum.

Δ Maier, M. Ed. (1568? - 1622) The Golden Tripod, or, Three Choice Chemical Tracts, namely: That of Basilius Valentinus, a Monk of the Benedictine Order; called Practica, with twelve Keys and Appendix; The Crede-Mihi, or Ordinal, of Thomas Norton, an English Sage; The testament of a certain Cremer, Abbot of Westminster.

Δ Maier, Michael (1617) Atalanta Fugiens. First published in Latin in 1617

Δ Maier, Michael (1617) Symbola Aureae Mensae Duodecim Nationum

Δ Ripley, George (1588) Ripley Scrowle. London, British Museum, MS Add. 5025, Four scrolls drawn in Lubeck 1588.

Δ Waite, Arthur Edmund (1893) Hermetic Museum. Restored and Enlarged; Most Faithfully Instructing All Disciples of the Sopho-Spagyric Art How That Greatest and Truest Medicine of THE PHILOSPOPHER'S STONE MAY BE FOUND AND HELD. Now First Done Into English From The Latin Original Published at Frankfort in the Year 1678 Containing Twenty-two most celebrated Chemical Tracts. Published in London, 1893 Arthur Edmund Waite

Δ Waite, A. E., (1896) The Turba Philosophorum; or, Assembly of the sages, called also the book of truth in the art and the third Pythagorical synod. Publisher London, G. Redway

Δ Reusner, Hieronymus (1582) Pandora Published Basel 1582

Δ Bonus, Petrus (1546) Pretiosa Margarita Novella Published 1546 by Apvd Aldi filios in Venice. Written in Latin

Δ Trismosin, Salomon (1604) Avrevm vellvs, oder, Guldin Schatz und Kunst-Kammer Published 1708 by Bey Christian Liebezeit in der St. Joh. Kirch in Hamburg . Written in German

Δ (1550) Rosarium Philosophorum Jacob (Offizin, Frankfurt a.M.) Stiftung der Werke von C.G.Jung, Zürich

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