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Immanuel Velikovsky called this book the "fulfillment of his oath of Hippocrates - to serve humanity." In this book, he returns to his roots as a psychologist and psychoanalytical therapist, yet not with a single person as his patient but with humanity as a whole. 

After an extremely revealing overview of the foundations of the various psychoanalytical systems he makes the step into crowd psychology and reopens the case of Worlds in Collision from a totally different point of view: as a psychoanalytical case study. This way he shows that the blatant reactions to his theories (which are still going on today) have not been surprising but are actually inevitable from a psychological perspective - which equally holds for those who have defined our view of the world. At the same time he is able to reclassify the theories of Siegmund Freud and of C. G. Jung by finding a common basis for them. 

A journey through history, religion, mythology, and art shows the overall range of the collective trauma and gives us - the patients - a message of extraordinary urgency and importance for the future.

©2010 Shulamit V. Kogan and Ruth V. Sharon (P)2022 Tantor

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the last part is the best

perfect timing of the release of this book
very relevant especially nowadays when Russia threatens with nuclear attacks

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I have enjoyed listening to all the books as I enjoyed reading them in the 70’s and 80’s The thing that ruined this book for me was the sound quality every so often at random the narrators voice would surge loudly for a few words then very quiet then back to normal not as emphasis just random. The rest was very worth listening to