INDEX

A
Abram, 280
ace of clubs, 150, 183
acetum fontis, 148
active imagination, see imagination
actor, 259
Acts of the Apostles, 18
Adam, 79, 189, 225n; creation of, 219, 221n, 295n
Adech, 189, 235n
Ademarus, 245n
Adler, Alfred, 13, 44, 49n
Adolphus Senior, 150n
Aegidius de Vadis, 201n
aenigma regis, 186, 259
Aenigmata ex Visione Arislei et allegoriis sapientum, see Visio Arislei
aeroplanes, dream-motif, 69
Aesculapius, 75, 254
Aesop, 25
aetiology of neuroses, 91
affects, 91, 264
aggression, 163
Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius, 280
Ahasuersus, 197
Ahmed ibn-Tulun, mosque of, 192
air/aer, 20077, 252, 279
airplane, 187, 191
albedo, see COLOURS
alchemist, mystification by, 147
alchemy, black art, 141, 154; Chinese, 150; and heresy, 148, 186; as philosophy, 205; and projection, q.v.; redemption in q.v.; symbolism of q.v.’, and transformation, q.v.
alcheringa, 205
Allegoriae sapientum, 150n, 19477, 236n
allegories: of sheep & shepherd, 132
Allendy, René, 280
America, 141, 215, 228
Amitabha, 172
analysis, beginning of, 45; dream-, 87ff; of objective psyche, 117f as “quickened maturation,” 76
analyst, and dream-interpretation, 45; need of analysis in, 45; relation to patient, 55; see also doctor
anamnesis, 90
ancestor(s), human and animal, 205; symbolism, 208f
ancestral: land, 205; life, 208; spirits, 205
Ancient of Days, 280
androgyny: of Anthropos, 235; see also hermaphrodite
angel(s), 23777, 276, 282, 284f fallen, 271
anger, 27
Z. anima (archetype), 131, 148, 167, 178, 254, 288; archetype, 14772, 157, 224n; Christianization of, 160; contamination with shadow, 251n; creative function, 251; ego and, 251n; as evil, 225; -image, 147&n; inferior (fourth) function, 186, 189, 224f, 229, 270; mediator between conscious/unconscious, 251n; non-ego nature of, 180; personification of unconscious, 128, 157, 178, 186, 224, 251n; psychopomp, 132; regression to antiquity, 160; as sister, 147; splitting of, 162; sun-worshipper,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Foreword to the 2010 Edition vii
  • Note of Acknowledgment xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • I - Dreams and Psychoanalysis 1
  • The Analysis of Dreams 1 3
  • On the Significance of Number Dreams1 13
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  • General Aspects of Dream Psychology1 23
  • On the Nature of Dreams1 67
  • III - The Practical Use of Dream-Analysis 85
  • The Practical Use of Dream-Analysis1 87
  • IV - Individual Dream Symbolism in Relation to Alchemy 111
  • I. Introduction 115
  • Bibliography 299
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