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1987-1997……Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) The Archetypal Psychology of C.G. Jung’s Dream Analysis of the Transference Phenomena Amplified with Comparative Indigenous Rites of Passage and Healing Traditions.  Akamai University, Hilo, Hawaii.  Douglass Capogrossi, Ph.D., President.  Mentor: Dr. Marcia Herndon, Ethnomusicologist.  Copyright protected by Library of Congress, 7/28/99.

1978-1980……Masters in Social Work (MSW). Education / Advocacy / Empowerment of “Deinstutionalized Mental Patients” from “Pilgrim State Mental Hospital,” Long Island, NY.  “Pilgrim State Mental Hospital” was the largest “mental hospital” in the world with 16,000 “inmates.”  That work was based on Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed.  SUNY @ Stony Brook, NY. Copyright protected 5/9/1980 by SUNY @ Stony Brook, NY.

1974-1976……Bachelor of Arts (BA). Honors Child Psychology, Ancient Art, Humanities, Sociology.  University of Minnesota, Mpls. MN.

1975…………..Certificate of Chemical Dependency, University of Minnesota.

1971-1973……Liberal Arts.  Dean’s List.  Polk Junior College, Winter Haven, FL.


2021-1997……Psychotherapist – Private Practice. Domestic / International.

1996-1994……Psychotherapist –  Elderly. NY Service Program for Older People. Cross cultural, mixed gender.  NYC.

1996-1982……Personal Jungian Analysis – NYC.

1985……Psychotherapist – Adult, Private Practice.  Pt. Washington, NY.

1984…………..Psychotherapist – Adolescent. North Shore Child Guidance.  White, male.  Manhasset, NY.

1983…………..Consultant – Adolescent. Independent Diagnostic Educational Associates.  Cross-cultural, mixed gender. Five Boroughs of NY.

1983……………Senior Case Manager – Adult. Fordham Tremont Community Mental Health Center.  Black, mixed gender.  South Bronx, NY.

1982…………….Intake Social Worker – Children/Adolescents. Child Protection, Division of Youth and Family Services. Cross-cultural, mixed gender.  North Bergen, NJ.

1981-1978……..Case Manager – Adult/Elderly.  Mental Health Project.  Advocacy, education, case management of “deinstitutionalized mental patients” from Pilgrim State Hospital into the community without any resources.  Cross-cultural, mixed gender. SUNY @ Stony Brook, NY.

1978-1976……..Special Health Counselor – Elderly. Advocacy and education.  Cross-cultural, mixed gender. Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Mpls., MN.

1975…………….Therapist/Houseparent – Adolescent. Cross-cultural, mixed gender.  Downs Syndrome, Autism, CP, et al.  Muriel Humphrey Group Homes, Eden Prairie, MN.

1974-1978……..Jungian Analysis – Mpls., MN.

1974…………….Therapist – Child/Adolescent/Adult. Community University Health Care Center. , Cross-cultural, mixed gender. University of Minnesota, Mpls, MN.

1973…………….Phone Counselor Suicide Crisis Intervention Center – (FT), Adolescent/Adult. Cross-cultural, mixed gender, St. Paul, MN.


1981-2017…….New York State Licensed Masters of Social Work (LMSW).


1987…………….Analytical Psychology Club Bulletin (Dec.), New York, NY.


1987-1990……C.G.Jung Analytical Psychology Club by Appointment

1990-2021……C.G. Jung Foundation, NYC.

2001-2021……Center for Research on Globalization

2017-2021……YouPic Photography, Göteborg, Sweden.

2021…………….Children’s Health Defense; Kennedy News and Views


1995……………..Brattleboro, VT.

2010, 2011………Brookings, SD


(2018 – 2020) Web Sites

“Psyche Revived by the Kiss of Eros”


Archetypal Western mythic image of symbolic inner opposite partners of Psyche / Eros that reflect and embody a paradoxically informing intrapsychic process of integrating the archetypal shadow of “anima projections” in a whole man and “animus projections” in a whole woman.

“One does not become enlightened by imaging things of light, but my making the darkness conscious.” C.G. Jung

The relationship between “Word” and projected image of “wholeness” paradoxically informs the language of our gender and culture every moment of every day. (pls)

Following are a few archetypally patterned soulfully related, co-creative and culturally gendered distinct creation mythos storied links that imaginally document symbolic marriage of supreme opposites, dissolution, and rebirth:

“Idol” – from Rodin’s “The Kiss” ;  The story behind it ; Images of the sculpting

“The Kiss” from Philip Glass

“The War of Terror is A CIA-Sponsored PsyOp” The Corbett Report


“Trump Bans Muslims from Entering the United States, Launches ‘Holy War against Radical Islam’” By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

“Trump Bans Muslims from Entering the United States, Launches ‘Holy War against Radical Islam’” By Prof Michel Chossudovsky


“Syria: Undeclared US-NATO War of Aggression, Using Al Qaeda Terrorism as An Instrument of Death and Destruction” Prof Michel Chossudovsky

“The CIA’s ‘Deep State’, Donald Trump and His ‘War on Terrorism’”
By Larry Chin

Selected Articles: Neoliberalism and the New World Order, Trump and The Deep State, Israeli Spies in London Exposed


“To comprehend what is taking place today, history is essential.” “Gods of Money: Wall Street and the Death of the American Century.” F William Engdahl.

“Gods of Money: Wall Street and the Death of the American Century.” F William Engdahl.

“Rex Tillerson and the Myths, Lies and Oil Wars to Come” F. William Engdahl

“Confessions of an “ex” Peak Oil Believer” By F William Engdahl, September 14, 2007



“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free” (Goethe). Historical Review “Federal Reserve” / “IRS”

Western European/American history of “false flags” in the name of “9/11”


© Pls Photo “The Wall” – Vietnam Memorial

Video: 9/11 “Crimes Committed in the Name of 9/11” Prof Michel Chossudovsky

“Gulf of Tonkin Incident: False Flag for War In Vietnam” Posted by Abrams Hap, Opsec News

“Something’s Happening” Buffalo Springfield

The Plot to Kill Martin Luther King: Survived Shooting, Was Murdered in Hospital

“Rosa Parks bus ride”

“A time comes when silence is betrayal” Martin Luther King, Jr. Quoted by  

In A Testament  of Hope; The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. he  states: “Modern psychology has a word that is probably used more than any other word.  It is the word ‘maladjusted.’ Now we all should seek to live a ‘well adjusted’ life in order to avoid ‘neurotic’ and ‘schizophrenic personalities.’  But there are some things within our social order to which I am proud to be maladjusted and to which I call upon you to be maladjusted.  I never intend to adjust myself to segregation and discrimination.  I never intend to adjust myself too mob rule.  I never intend to adjust myself to the tragic effects of the methods of physical violence and to tragic militarism.  I call upon you to be maladjusted to such things.”

“Who are You” Malcolm X

“Malcom X Predicted The Obama Presidency”

“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” Nina Simone

“And Still I Rise” Maya Angelou

Fredrick Douglass, Self Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass, An American Slave


“Occupation 101”

911 Missing Links Pt 2, USS Liberty, Isreal False Flag

“The Mass Psychology of Fascism,” Wilhelm Reich

“We are all Native American’s today”

Quote above from John Potter @


“Aboriginal dreamtime”

“Infant Souls”

“Men of The Fifth World”

“Prison Writings; My Life Is My  Sun Dance” –  Lenoard Peltier

“Wounded Knee Massacre 1890 and 1970s,” Leonard Peltier & A.I.M.

“American Holocaust of Native Americans”

Floyd Red Crow Westerman A.I.M.

“Thinking Beyond Empire” Winona LaDuke

As Herbert Maqrcuse wrote in One Dimensional Man, “There are other dimensions of human existence in addition to the present one and these have been eliminated. It maintains that the spheres of existence formerly considered as private (e.g. sexuality) have now become part of the entire system of social domination of man by man, and it suggests that totalitarianism can be imposed without terror…. Technological rationality, which impoverishes all aspects of contemporary life, has developed the material bases of human freedom, but continues to serve the interests of suppression. There is a logic of domination in technological progress under present conditions: not quantitative accumulation, but a qualitative leap is necessary to transform this apparatus of destruction into an apparatus of life….The analysis proceeds on the basis of dialectical thinking…and demands freedom from the oppressive and ideological power of given facts.” (Summarized by Waserman et al. in The New York Review of Books.)

As Medicine Grizzly Bear wrote in Native Healer: “Most people in Western society (including non-traditional Natives) primarily think on the conscious level. They have not been taught about the other parts of the mind-brain complex, and most of them have never experienced that there is more to reality than the physical dimension. But dreams, spirits, unconscious archaic symbols, and intuitive/psychic forms of reality and knowledge do not compute with the logical intellect.  Hence when average people encounter something ‘psychic,’ for example, a talking animal, bird, ghost, or guardian spirit, their minds do not  know how to handle or process it. The ‘phenomena,’ as they call it, are something beyond their normal grasp. They have spent most of their lives stimulating, developing, and using the conscious mind; hence the subconscious mind is forbidden territory. It does not exist for them. To ignore it, they believe, is the best way to deal with it….In working with a dream we learn that there are indeed two separate but interrelated   worlds of existence, the physical and the spiritual. The door between these two worlds is the dream. It is through dreams that we learn it is perfectly natural to call upon supernatural aid when all other resources fail us, that nobody can make it alone….Perhaps the most difficult thing about dreams is believing in them. At first when you hear dream allies or spirits talking to you, you might think it is your imagination going  crazy. Your conscious, rational mind will do everything to block it out, so you must be persistent. At first dreams bring the calling and initiation into Shamanhood; later they become tools for self-discovery, spiritual self-development, protection, diagnosis, and healing.”

As Erdoes amplified in Crying For A Dream:All Sioux ceremonies end with the words, Mitakuye Oyasin—‘all my relations’—meaning every living human being on this Earth, every plant and animal, down to the smallest flower and tiniest bug.  The Indians relationship to the Earth, the winds, and the animals is intimate and intensely personal, closely related to their sacred beliefs.  This relationship arises out of their environment, the hills and trees around them, the prairie or desert upon which they walk.  It arises out of their nature-related language and out of age-old traditions passed on from generation to generation.  Some fifteen years ago, together with my friend, the Sioux medicine man, Lame Deer, I took part in a panel discussion on Indian religion.  A missionary priest turned to Lame Deer and said, ‘Chief, I respect your beliefs.  My church is built in the shape of a tipi, by vestments are beaded, the Sacred Pipe hangs next to the cross on my wall. I participate in Indian ceremonies.  I tell you—The Great Spirit and God are the same. Sweet Medicine and Christ are the same.  The Pipe and the cross, they are all the same.  There is no real difference between your and my religions.’  Lame Deer looked at the missionary for some time and then said, ‘Father, in your religion do animals have a soul?’ The priest answered with a slightly embarrassed smile, ‘Chief you got me there.’  On another occasion my friend was interviewed by a  rather belligerent lady who taunted him, saying, ‘Lame Deer, you say that you speak to animals.  Come on! This is the twentieth century. Don’t put me on!’”

As Chief Seattle (Suquamish) stated:  “This we know: the earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.”



“Psyche Revived by the Kiss of Eros”


Etimology – – “Arche [pronunciation?] (Ancient Greek: ἀρχή) is a Greek word with primary senses ‘beginning’, ‘origin’ or ‘source of action’ (εξ’ ἀρχής: from the beginning, οr εξ’ ἀρχής λόγος: the original argument), and later first principle or element, first so used by Anaximander (Simplicius in Ph. 150.23), principles of knowledge (ἀρχαί) (Aristot. Metaph. 995b8). By extension, it may mean ‘first place,’ ‘power’, ‘method of government’, ’empire, realm’, ‘authorities’ (in plural: ἀρχαί), ‘command’.[1] The first principle or element corresponds to the ‘ultimate underlying substance’ and ‘ultimate undemonstrable principle’.[2] In the philosophical language of the archaic period (8th-6th century BC), arche (or archai) designates the source, origin or root of things that exist. In ancient Greek philosophy, Aristotle foregrounded the meaning of arche as the element or principle of a thing, which although undemonstrable and intangible in itself, provides the conditions of the possibility of that thing.”[3]

“The main influence on the development of archetypal psychology is Carl Jung‘s analytical psychology….Archetypal psychology relativizes and deliteralizes the notion of ego and focuses on what it calls the psyche, or soul, and the deepest patterns of psychic functioning, ‘the fundamental fantasies that animate all life’ (Moore, in Hillman, 1991). Archetypal psychology likens itself to a polytheistic mythology in that it attempts to recognize the myriad fantasies and myths – gods, goddesses, demigods, mortals and animals – that shape and are shaped by our psychological lives. In this framework the ego is but one psychological fantasy within an assemblage of fantasies….Carl Gustav Jung was a Swiss psychologist who was the first father of archetypal psychology. Jungian archetypes are thought patterns that find worldwide parallels in individuals or entire cultures. Archai appear in dreams, religions, the arts, and social customs in all people and they manifest impulsively in ‘mental disorders.’[1] According to Jung archetypal ideas and patterns reside within the collective unconscious, which is a blueprint inherent in every individual, as opposed to the personal unconscious, which contains a single individual’s (inculcated, culturally and politically-oppressed-ps) repressed (suppressed, and depressed-ps) ideas, desires and memories as described by Freud.”

What differentiates “Jung’s” analytic archetypal psychology from a Western patristic, one-sided, “biological behavioristic cognitive” “psychiatric medical-model paradigm,” of “numerically coded,” “final solution” “isms” is the symbolic fact that “archetypes” are not the sole property of rational ego; nor are they a denial of individual responsibility to know their numinous libidinal subtle-body autoimmune autochthonic manifestation in the body through their “projected archetypal feminine libido shadow” in a “whole man” and “masculine libido shadow” in a “whole woman.”  “Archetypes” of their “mythic goddess mother” and “god father” and their “divine child” are partly manifest through masculine and feminine psychology.  They are numinous emotional, transconscious, subtle-body qualities that embody a pair of projected, deeply unconscious, paradoxically informing, intrapsychic, undifferentiated, symbolic, mythic, hermaphroditic, theriomorphic, autochthonic, opposite parenting/child shadow qualities of “Psyche” and “Eros” in a potential original whole man and woman.  “They do not belong to (a “monotheistic” or “polytheistic”-ps) ego-personality but are supraordinate to it.  The ego-personality occupies an intermediate position, like the ‘anima’ (“in” a “whole” man or “animus” “in” a “whole” woman likened to the-ps)…’soul’ placed between good and evil.  The pairs of opposites constitute the phenomenology of the paradoxical self, man’s (and woman’s) totality….The intensity of the conflict is expressed in symbols like fire and water, height and depth, life and death.” ( Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, 6).

It is the analytic task of dream analysis to identify, differentiate and re-embody the culturally gendered, nullified, “mythic-body” “archetypal feminine shadow” of anima (Psyche) in a whole man and “masculine shadow”of “animus” (Eros) in a whole woman.

Contrary to “official politicized myth” and its “mental health State of the Art” “New World Order agenda” of “relational false flag gender violence,” the archetypal ancestral shadow of psyche’s historically rejected and projected ego thralling numinous emotional autonomy  cannot be “eliminated” by more “polarized,” “numerically coded,” “mechanistic,” “artificial,” “vilified,” “lobotomized,” “insulin/insolent shocked,” “eugenically modified” “toxic treatment” of psyche’s paradoxical dialectic nature in “relational wholeness,” stripped of its culturally gendered “mythic-body shadow”  of “symptoms” called forth by an inculcated “one-sided psychiatric paradigm of “Full Spectrum Dominance” in the first place.

It is a pointless destructive endeavor to engage any “critical dialogical analysis” of “the problem” of “psyche’s archetypal autonomous shadow “in-relationship” to its “undifferentiated mythic ancestral parental/governing/child projections of wholeness” in a “dream story” as a “tabula rasa” of “psychogenic gendered genetic defects,” stripped of an inculcated Western one-sided culturally gendered, colonizing, genocidal, patristic “Military Industrial Complex,” or creation mythos of a paradoxically informing, intrapsychic masculine and feminine psychology in “wholeness.”

Bottom line, a one-sided “militarized Western, Zionist/Christian, psychiatric medical-model paradigm of mental health” has done and is doing to indigenous ritual culture,  worldview, religion, the Earth, the feminine principle and the “body” what it has done and is doing to its ancestral psyche.  The inculcated “psychotic governance” of “false flag terrorism” does not exist in a  historic or symbolic culturally gendered vacuum, nor can it be reduced to the eugenics of a “numerically coded” “final solution” “toxic treatment” of “pandemic autoimmune revolt” called forth by that one-sided paradigm in the first place.

A Few Sources: Jung, Carl The World Within  The Practice of Psychotherapy: Essays on the Psychology of the Transference and Other Subjects; Symbols of Transformation; Mysterium Coniunctionis; Civilization in Transition et al.

Eliade, Mircea Rites and Symbols of Initiation.  Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy.

Harner, Michael The Way of the Shaman

Hillman, James The Myth of Analysis, et al.

Monick, Eugene Phallos, Sacred Image of the Masculine.

Mookerjee, Ajit Kundalini: The Arousal of Inner Energy. Kali: The Feminine Force.

Reich, Wilhelm  The Mass Psychology of Fascism

Szasz, Thomas Stephen  The Myth of Mental Illness and The Manufacture of Madness.

Wolfson, Elliot R. (1987) Circumcision, Vision of God, and Textual Interpretation. History of Religions: An International Journal for Comparative Historical Studies. University of Chicago Press, Vol. 27, No. 4.


Chossudovsky, Michael   America’s War on Terrorism The  Globalization of Poverty and the New World Order. Towards a World War III. Scenario, Superpower,

Carnicom, Clifford E.”Cloud Cover” – Documentary Debut A Philanthropic Edit
of the Original “Aerosol Crimes” Documentary

Engdahl, William F. Doomsday Seed Vault in the Arctic. of Destruction: Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation  Full Spectrum Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order.  Review by Stephen Lendman  (GMO) F. William Engdahl Vatican lecture on “Seed’s of Destruction”  The Lost Hegemon; Whom the Gods Would Destroy

Freire, Paulo Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Mills, C. Wright The Sociological Imagination.

Marcuse, Herbert One Dimensional Man. 

Marshall, Andrew Gavin Part 1 The Global Political Awakening and the New World Order, Part 2 Revolution and Repression in America, Part 3 New Eugenics and the Rise of the Global Scientific Dictatorship

Rose, Stephen M.  Deciphering Deinstitutionalization: Complexities in Policy and Program Analysis.  SUNY@ Stony Brook, NY.

Siegler, Miriam – Humphrey, Osmond  Models of Madness, Models of Medicine. 

Spiegelman, Art Maus

Steiner, Jean-Francois Treblinka

Wigington, Dane  “GeoEngineering! This is a MUST WATCH Presentation! This battle must be won”!


American Holocaust of Native American (FULL Documentary)

1492 oral history of torture

Churchhill, Ward “Kill the Indians, Save the Man”

Our Spirits Don’t Speak English: Indian Boarding School,

Wounded Knee Massacre 1890 and 1970s A.I.M. 


Joseph Campbell Historical Atlas of World Mythology Vol. I: The Way of the Animal Powers Part 1:Mythologies of the Primitive Hunters and Gatherers.  Historical Atlas of World Mythology Vol. 1: The Way of the Animal powers Part 2:Mythologies of the Great Hunt.  Historical Atlas of World Mythology Vol. II: The Way of the Seeded Earth Part 1:The Sacrifice.  Transformations of Myth through Time.  

Black Elk, Wallace H. and Lyon, William S. The Sacred Ways of a Lakota.

Boyd, Doug Rolling Thunder.

Erdoes, Richard, Ortiz, Alfonso American Indian Myths and Legends.

Erdoes, Richard Crying for A Dream

Lame Deer, John and Erdoes, Richard Lame Deer Seeker of Visions.

Medicine Grizzly Bear Native Healer.

Neihardt, John G. Black Elk Speaks: The Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux.

Peltier, Leonard Prison Writings, My Life Is My Sun Dance. , Edited by Harvey Arden.

Tedlock, Dennis and Barbara Teachings from the American Earth: Indian Religion and Philosophy.

Westerman, Floyd Red Crow (AIM), Native American Prophecy


Baker, Carolyn Reclaiming The Dark Feminine

Bertell, Rosalie Planet Earth: The Latest Weapon of War – A Critical Study Into The Military and The Environment. CA: Women’s Press. No Immediate Danger: Prognosis of a Radioactive Earth.

Corbett, Nancy Qualls The Sacred Prostitute: Eternal Aspect of the Feminine.

Halifax, Joan Shaman: The Wounded Healer

Harding, Esther Women’s Mysteries: Ancient and ModernThe Way of All Women.  Psychic Energy: Its Sources and Goal.  I and The “Not-I:” A Study of the Development of Consciousness.

Jung, Emma Animus and Anima

Read, Donna Women and Spirituality Trilogy: The Goddess Remembered; The Burning Times; Full Circle.  Documentary Film.

Spielrein, Sabina Naftulovna Destruction as the Cause of Coming Into Being.

Warring, Marilyn Who’s Counting; Sex, Lies and Global Economics.  Documentary Film.

Wicks, Frances G.  The Inner World of Childhood: A Study in Analytical Psychology,  The Inner World of Choice,

Woodman, Marion Addiction to Perfection: The Still Unravished Bride. The Woman Sealed in the TowerThe Pregnant Virgin. The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, and the Repressed Feminine–A Psychological Study.

“Idol” Inspired by Rodin’s “The Kiss” – “The Story Behind Rodin’s ‘The Kiss’” – Museum images of the sculpting: