The Gnostic Jung and The Seven Sermons to the Dead
Following intense and transformative spiritual experiences in 1916, Jung wrote the Seven Sermons to the Dead under the guise of Basilides, a 2nd century Gnostic sage. Dr. Hoeller has translated the sermons and set forth an incisive and far-ranging commentary on Jung, Gnosticism, and the present condition of the Western individual.
Jung and the Lost Gospels
Insights into the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library
Jung’s “sympathetic insight into the myths, symbols, and metaphors of the Gnostics, whom by his own admission he regarded as long-lost friends, continues as the brightest beacon of our day…”
Gnosticism: New Light on the Ancient Tradition of Inner Knowing
The history of Gnosticism as an unfolding drama of passion, intrigue, martyrdom, and mystery. Dr. Hoeller traces this fascinating story through time, showing how Gnosticism has inspired such great thinkers as Voltaire, William Blake, W. B. Yeats, Herman Hesse, Melville, and C. G. Jung.
Freedom: Alchemy for a Voluntary Society
An examination of the philosophic basis for freedom, as expressed in the writings of the Gnostics and Carl Jung, relating also to the philosophy of America’s founders and to such recent events as the collapse Totalitarian regimes throughout the world.
The Fool’s Pilgrimage
Unrivaled for its clarity in explaining the ancient mystical Kabbalah in relation to the Tarot’s Major Arcana. On the enclosed CD, Dr. Hoeller provides twenty-two contemplative meditations upon the Path.