[Letter from Sigmund Freud dated June 15, 1911]

Vienna IX, Berggasse ig June 15, 1911

Dear Friend:

… In matters of occultism I have become humble ever since the great lesson I received from Ferenczi’s experiences.
I promise to believe everything that can be made to seem the least bit reasonable.

As you know, I do not do so gladly.

But my hubris has been shattered. I should like to have you and F. acting in consonance when one of you is ready to take the perilous step of publication, and I imagine that this would be quite compatible with complete independence during the progress of the work. …

Cordial regards to you and the beautiful house from Your faithful Freud.