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61. The Garden, the Fall, and the Restoration [Journals] [Kronos]
... in the pages of KRONOS as well. - LMG In Mankind in Amnesia, a manuscript unpublished at the time of his death, Immanuel Velikovsky offered his evaluation of the psychological condition of the human race. In this, his final opus, he built upon the earlier work of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, who had independently come to ... the other, and balance is the key. The "internal" and "external" factors we are considering do not correspond with the heredity/environment dichotomy of behavioral psychologists. Heredity and environment together are the negative pole to that force or quality which guides heredity and shapes environment from the inside out, as the invisible forcefield of a ...
62. The Electrical God [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Ark. For common people, the sin of blasphemy is ordinarily a denial of the reality of the word, or ridicule of it. Bearing in mind this anthropological and psychological process, one can understand how the cult of the secret name of god developed and how the common sin and crime of blasphemy evolved. Does not the design of ... , than those who have accepted the authoritative complex of Yahwism or have resigned themselves to the coercion to accept the same. That this should be generally believed, even among psychologists after the manner of William James, does not make it so. It is ordinary to feel, when anxious, that "the grass grows greener on the other ...
63. The Knowledge Industry [Books] [de Grazia books]
... worldwide), geology, fossil paleontology, soil chemistry, electromagnetics, astrophysics, sociology of sex, ecology, climatology, oceanography, theology, chemical and fossil dating, psychology of infancy and of stress, epistemology, the history of science, and political science for the origins of theocracy, bureaucratic system and collective violence. The problem of ... think you may find the attached copy of interest and perhaps amusing. With kind regards. Sincerely yours, L.H . Farinholt Vice President Sloan Foundation To all medical psychologists: what is the vagus nerve syndrome that make a man "draw a long, deep breath"? Re Harrison Brown and the "woman astronomer" with a ...
64. Forget Amnesia [Journals] [Aeon]
... System at bay for two millennia. Psychologists may seek root causes of this misfortune, but surely they would not implicate collective amnesia. The suppression was not due to hidden psychological factors; it was overt suppression, set up and sustained by conservative power. The conformist propensity of social institutions is not the only reason that erroneous theories persevere. ... exceptional thinker were capable of sabotaging a valid thesis. These forces, not collective amnesia, are what kept the truth about the Solar System at bay for two millennia. Psychologists may seek root causes of this misfortune, but surely they would not implicate collective amnesia. The suppression was not due to hidden psychological factors; it was overt suppression ...
65. Velikovsky's Challenge to the Scientific Establishment [Journals] [Pensee]
... reality which it has tried to describe and explain," Thomas S. Szasz maintains (14). Wolfgang Köhler, a Gestalt Psychologist, conveys the same distress for psychology and denotes the inner turmoil for such spokesmen of scientific objectivity: "Even before Behaviorism one particular class of human experiences was for a time excluded, namely, all ... , has divorced psychiatry from precisely that reality which it has tried to describe and explain," Thomas S. Szasz maintains (14). Wolfgang Köhler, a Gestalt Psychologist, conveys the same distress for psychology and denotes the inner turmoil for such spokesmen of scientific objectivity: "Even before Behaviorism one particular class of human experiences was for ...
66. Holocaust for Lucifer [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... hate for these Hyksos, the Amalekites of the Israelites, and for their creator (though this had also to be honoured with sacrifices) will be passed on at all psychological levels. "How art thou fallen from heaven. O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the ... audience's questions: HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN? WILL IT HAPPEN AGAIN? WHAT SHOULD WE DO? And none of those involved, none of the specialists - not even the psychologist himself! - demands that an analyst should search in the past of the human collective for the underlying stimulus. Sigmund Freud founded the psychoanalytical method on the individual; ...
67. Quantalism And Prehistory [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Velikovsky consequently regarded Reich's sexual liberalism as libertinism and avoided collaboration with him, even in purely theoretical matters. Reich, on the other hand, acknowledged the likelihood that the psychological rigidity and muscular "armoring," from which historical humanity has suffered, resulted from a terrifying, though forgotten, physical calamity of global extent. He further asserted ... . POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS SYNDROME What all higher animals, human and non-human, have in common is a mistrustful attitude toward other animals and toward their penurious environment. They manifest what psychologists call "post-traumatic stress syndrome" -a wariness that frequently leads to violence. Among human beings, however, that syndrome also leads to extensive lapses in collective memory ...
68. The Disastrous Love Affair of Moon and Mars [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , fear, and distortion. It is to be expected that the life of survivors of worldwide natural catastrophes would be fearful and turbulent. Hence I argue that the social psychology of the Homeric Greeks is framed in a concept of mania and madness, rather than in the conventional view of a primitive people gradually achieving a higher culture. Further ... be historically linked. Can a dance and poem be a piece of astronomical history, tightly, not vaguely, related? If they are, then an idea that many psychologists have considered: that humans have a tendency to suppress the memory of terrible events, but also are somehow compelled by unconscious psychic forces to reenact the events-this ...
69. Guyana Mass Suicide. Ch.7 Chronicle Of Our Time (Mankind in Amnesia) [Velikovsky]
... ? There must have been a panic, engendered by the panic in their leader. Beyond this nothing could be offered in explanation, but this explanation required no degree in psychology. It was obvious to all who saw the scene, if only in newspapers or on television, and certainly to all who visited the site in the jungle. ... three hundred children were also sacrificed, given poison to drink. In the orgy of human destruction, death was not all self-inflicted: many were shot by other cultists. Psychologists and sociologists had little to offer in efforts to explain what had taken place. The cultists lived under the spell of the personality of a man who had some ideas ...
70. Athens Quakes [Books] [de Grazia books]
... true Spartans. These doughty ancient warriors, who flinched at no army whatever, would invariably be sent flying home at the rumble of an earthquake. It amounted to a psychological complex. The Hebrews, for instance, had the reverse complex. They might actually time their assaults with shaking of their enemies as witness the battle of Jericho where ... information and advice should be the policy. Much can be on ready-to-play tapes to begin with, approved, say, by a parliamentary commission engineers, political scientists, social psychologists, and seismic scientist. The same commission could be convened immediately upon the emergency to oversee the diffusion of instructions; if the commission holds public confidence, it can ...
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