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Schwarz, B.E. (1973-74). Freud, Jung, and Occultism. Nandor Fodor. New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books, 1971. 272 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 60(4):636-638.

(1973-74). Psychoanalytic Review, 60(4):636-638

Freud, Jung, and Occultism. Nandor Fodor. New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books, 1971. 272 pp.

Review by:
Berthold Eric Schwarz

Nandor Fodor, the great pioneer of psi and psychoanalysis, presents a detailed, yet succinct and authoritative, summary and commentary with relevant quotations and references on the parapsychological views and experiences in the lives and investigations of Freud and Jung. This book fills a gaping hole that many other standard works leave unfilled. By tapping his own vast storehouse of knowledge, Fodor lights up many otherwise obscure events in the lives of Freud and Jung.

Freud's early flirtation with the meaning of numbers and various personal superstitions are detailed.

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