By Marie-Louise von Franz
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Jung Coll. 251 76. Mercurial Serpent Devouring itself. Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), figs. 58-61. Nat. , Paris. 253 77. Alchemical Pelican. Rhenanus, Solis e puteo (1613). 257 78. Symbol of Alchemy. Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), Part II, no. 9. , Yale Univ. Lib. 259 79. Alchemical Furnace. Geber, De alchimia (1529), frontispiece. G. Jung Coll. 265 80. Alchemist enclosed in Nigredo. Jamsthaler, Viatorium spagyricum (1625), p. 118. G. Jung Coll. 267 81. The Annunciation. Mathis Nithart (died 1528).
So-and-So, and said. ," and then would follow some banalities, andhen the name again, and so on, which would be typical of our dreams. It is impossible to interpret such a dream for one does not know the associations. In a series of about twenty-seven dreams, there are two or three in which the goddess Isis, for instance, appears. Collective dreams in which collective figures appear we can understand, but the others must be dropped because we have no associations. Ptolemaeus says, for example, that he met his nephew, but nobody knows what the nephew meant to him.
Question: In a volume of ancient dream material by Oppenheim entitled The Interpretation of Dreams in the Ancient Near East, one feels that ancient dream interpreters were also interpreting on a collective basis. Do you think that is so? Dr. von Franz: Yes, in that they also made selections from the dreams, they took what connected with collective material. This applies also to Artemidoros. I know only one document from antiquity where there is a series of dreams which has not been Page 23 selected, and that is in a text from the Serapeum of Memphis.