To Fowler McCormick
Dear Fowler, 22 February 1951
It is very kind of you to send me news about the flying saucers again.
I have read Gerald Heard’s book in the meantime which is a very emphatic apology for the saucers’ existence.
Unfortunately he is preaching his cause a bit too much for my taste.
The news statements about the saucers being nothing but weather balloons unfortunately does not chime in with the alleged observations, but maybe the latter are also just fake and hallucination.
It is very funny indeed that it seems to be so difficult to establish the truth about the reality of this phenomenon.
I think it is chiefly an obstinate rumour, but the question whether there is something real behind it is not answered.
Apart from some rheumatism I feel pretty well and I’m doing my work as usual. I suppose you are very busy!
I appreciate it all the more that I get some token of your existence from time to time.
Yours ever cordially,
C.G. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 5-6