Black Books

In the autumn of 1917, Jung’s soul forces the black magician Ha to read and explain a series of cryptic runes that he had sent.  ~The Black Books, Vol. I, Page 115

LN instead has “HAP” (p. 486).

The following references may be connected to this.

In The Egyptian Heaven and Hell, Wallis Budge notes that “The Phallus of his Pepi is Hap” (vol. 1, p. 11 o).

He notes that Hap is a son of Horus (p. 491-Jung placed a mark in the margin by this in his copy).

He also notes, “In the Book of the Dead these four children of Horus play very prominent parts, and the deceased endeavoured to gain their help and protection at all costs, both by offerings and prayers ….

the four children of Horus shared the protection of the deceased among them, and as far back as the Vth dynasty we find that they presided over his life in the underworld” ~Carl Jung, The Black Books, Vol. V, Page 44, fn 242

“the phallus” is replaced in LN by “HAP” (p. 486). ~Carl Jung, The Black Books, Vol. V, Page 244, fn 244