the royal line of christ the logos imageA Jungian View of the Roots and Meaning of the Orthodox/Gnostic Christian Mystery
By Robert B. Clarke

This book shows how the West lost its way when it began to regard the Christian mystery as an outdated superstition, rather than as a concrete, explicit expression of the psychological process of individuation. Robert explains that the Gnostics’ teachings sprang from direct experience, and that “these sects, largely Christian in esoteric ways, existed side-by-side with the orthodox Christians. Their teachings were based upon direct inner experience. Like Jung, the Gnostics had no need to merely believe, they knew.”

200 pages, paperback
ISBN 978-0-9842612-0-8
Paperback price: $15.95