This intriguing collection from the texts of C.G. Jung tackles the issue of unexplained phenomena in the sky within the context of a modern day psychological perspective. Jung believes that UFO’s are actually manifested representations of our individual struggle to attain a sense of wholeness. He further argues that these unexplainable images are in fact brought on by our anxiety-ridden existence in a highly scientific and technological world
and may be regarded as a threat to convential reason and understanding of the universe as guarded by media and government. This 138 page volume makes for an easily digestible introduction to the works of C.G. Jung.