Supplement to Jung’s Flying Saucer book?

Copyright 2021, InterAmerica, Inc. This rare book by Otto Billig [1910-1989], one-time Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, might be considered a supplement to Jung’s Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky. Professor Billig, himself, is an obscure, brilliant interpreter of Jungian Analytical Psychology, and presses UFO interpretations into the mold that Jung did with his own book. (I’ve presented, in the past, some material from both books here.) While most of us are corrupted…er, concerned…with the current UFO cycle being pressed upon us by wayward ufologists and news media, let me present here one of the sightings that is dissected by Professor Billig, a sighting that takes on the appearance of a José Caravaca Distortion Theoryexample. The Billig analysis appears as Appendix V [Page 227 ff. in the paperback] and took place in Nashville, Tennessee, July 1972. A woman and her 30 year-old daughter were sitting in a car, a few minutes before 9 p.m., waiting for their son/brother they were picking up to take home from work. A craft that looked like “one saucer turned over another …with a flat surface underneath, and a red light on top … [making a…

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Supplement to Jung’s Flying Saucer book?

Updated: June 6, 2021 — 10:28 pm