But for him who has seen the chaos, there.is no more hiding, because he knows that the bottom sways and knows what this swaying means.

He has seen the order and the disorder of the endless, he knows the unlawful laws.

He knows the sea and can never forget it.

The chaos is terrible: days full of lead, nights full of horror. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page 299.

The spirit of this time sways between yes and no like a drunkard [“since he is the uncertainty of the present general consciousness”].

¥on [“One,” throughout] can only overcome the old God through becoming him yourself and experiencing his suffering and dying yourself You overcome him and become yourself as one who seeks himself and no longer imitates heroes. You free yoursel£ when you free yourself from the old God and his model.

When you have become the model, then you no longer need his. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Footnote 238, Pages 254-255.

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