Books such as Holy Blood, Holy Grail assert that Jesus was the originator of an actual physical bloodline. Robert Clarke believed that this is a materialist misunderstanding. The Grail legends refer to psychological processes--the marriage of Jesus and Mary Magdalene as the sacred marriage through the unconscious, and the child is the divine child in the inner processes, ultimately what the Greek mysteries called the Logos. Using insights from the work of Carrion and from his own individuation processes, the author investigates the related subjects of the Grail, the philosopher's stone, alchemy, and the visions of saints such as St. Teresa of Avila.
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Robert B. Clarke (1941-2009) was led through the individuation process by 30,000 dreams and the works of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung. Delving deeply into the realms of philosophy, religion, and psychology as an independent scholar and mystic, he described unsuspected connections between the world of the unconscious and the world of our history, tradition, and scriptures. These insights were explained in five books, three of which are being published posthumously.
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