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Return to Book Page. Preview — Cosmos and Psyche by Richard Tarnas. Preface 1 The transformation of the cosmos. The birth of the modern self The dawn of a new universe Two paradigms of history Forging the self, disenchanting the world The cosmological situation today rarnas In search of a deeper order.
Understanding the past, creating the future Observations on future planetary alignments Cossmos of the world order Epilogue Notes Sources Acknowledgments Index Paperbackpages.
Cosmos y psique
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Cosmos and Psycheplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Aug 14, adam prometheus rated it it was amazing Shelves: I think this book is going to change the world.
Tarnas’ research is absolutely astounding– he is a well-renowned historian, and he’s the only one to go into historical astrology in such depth and with such scientific dignity and prowess. And he shows the evidence for this to such a great length that I don’t think anyone could actually read this book and continue to view astrology as a “pseudo-science”.
Seriously, it straight-up proves it to be a legitimate science, and even an unbeliever in astronomy, if you could get them to read this, would have to admit that there is an uncanny relationship between human history and planetary cycles, enough so that a study of such things should be taken seriously.
And I believe it will be in the near future, as this kind of understanding becomes more widespread. Tarnas’ research is the key to bringing astrology back into the mainstream because it is so undeniable and without opinion or bias, it just says, here is history, and here is what the planets were doing at that time, and here are the patterns that show up.
Feb 20, Szplug rated it liked it. Sure, trying to make a serious case for the cyclical positioning of the planets as having an intermediary influence upon the terrestrial course of events seems loopy and absurd in this, our high tide of technocultural rationalism – but full marks to Tarnas both for having the sheer balls to publish this obvious labour of love and for refusing to back down from the implications of his own argument.
He will doubtless join the ranks of those like Koestler, who endured much maligning – and took a se Sure, trying to make a serious case for the cyclical positioning of the planets as having an intermediary influence upon the terrestrial course of events seems loopy and absurd in this, our high tide of technocultural rationalism – but full marks to Tarnas both for having the sheer balls to publish this obvious labour of love and for refusing to back down from the implications of his own argument.
He will doubtless join the ranks of those like Koestler, who endured much maligning – and took a severe hit to his reputation – for his interest in, and turn to, the paranormal in the later stages of his eventful life – but it really does take all kinds, and this book presents a fascinating, if highly questionable means of interpreting curious and seemingly stochastic events from throughout human history.
View all 4 comments. Mar 09, Owen Spencer rated it it was amazing. This book has permanently altered my worldview. Strange though it may seem, the data convincingly demonstrates that the entire solar system predicts and perhaps influences the trends of human history This book has permanently altered my worldview.
Strange though it may seem, the data convincingly demonstrates that the entire solar system predicts and perhaps influences the trends of human history and reveals the existence of cyclical historical themes recurring archetypes that function globally. Now you’re probably saying to yourself, “Astrology? I felt the same way before reading this book.
My initial impression of astrology was that it contained no truth whatsoever. And, of course, much of astrology especially horoscopes will always be utter nonsense. Nevertheless, the type of astrology in “Cosmos and Psyche” appears to be entirely valid, and the author supports all of his ideas and conclusions with an abundance of convincing evidence.
My review of this book fails to do justice to yarnas amazing information this book contains. Knowledge of the writings of Carl Jung is helpful for a full understanding of several important concepts in this book.
Jun 14, Morgan Blackledge rated it it was ok. All of the “evidence” for astrology was “retro-dictive” rather than predictive. In other words, the “research” looked at history and explained the events based on the psiqus. The idea was that the events were explainable by what an astrologer could have predicted. And that somehow proved astrology is true. That doesn’t really prove anything. The book had a sciencey feel. But it was clearly not science.
I’m embarrassed that I read it. That was back when I still had an open Disappointing. That was cksmos when I still had an open mind about such things. This page monster pretty much put an end to all that.
Now I just read actual science. It makes me feel less like I took crazy pills. Jul 15, Greg Tilden tafnas it it was amazing. Quote me on this, that this book is an early sign of an entirely new potential re-structuring of the way we relate to the world.
Most beautifully written, brought me to the point of tears as well as shakes when reading, even only pages in. Sep 09, Carole Brooks Platt rated it it was amazing. Richard Tarnas is a man with a vision, which happens to include not only the vastness of the universe the cosmosbut also the depths of the individual creative mind the psyche. In the process, he combines a historical time frame the synchronic with the diachronic sweep of time through the lens of the alignment of the outer planets.
Whereas you would think an astrological vision would be totally out of reality’s ballpark, it turns out that his argument is very cosmod, most of all becau Richard Tarnas cosmo a man with a vision, which happens to include not only the vastness of the universe the cosmosbut also the depths of the individual creative mind the psyche.
Whereas you would think an astrological vision would be totally pisque of reality’s ballpark, psque turns out that his argument is very convincing, most of all because of the 30 years of research he has put into this magisterial work.
His knowledge of history and the most important, tarnax books written over time’s past, leaves you breathless. It’s not an easy read, but it’s a cosmod, deep thesis reaching to the ends of the known universe. One would not expect less from a mind of such enormous scope and erudition. Aug 10, Jessica Davidson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Tarnas demonstrates with overwhelming levels of detail and clarity, that there is another way of looking at reality. May 28, Todd B Stevens rated it really liked it Recommends it for: It turns out astrology is right.
Jul 19, Vallin rated it it was amazing. Proof of astrology and that Pluto is a planet. Mar 30, Christopher Miller rated it it was amazing. Have you ever wondered why certain types of historical events seem to recur on a fairly frequent basis? This book explains it in a way that makes sense of the whys and wherefores.
The Transformation of the Cosmks Before the scientific age dawned, Man was at the centre of the Universe. Then Copernicus decided that the Sun was the centre of our local solar system and not the Earth, cosos Man became alienated with the Cosmos according to the author Richard Tarnas.
But, at the time, the scientists saw Have you ever wondered why certain types of historical events seem to recur on tarnaa fairly frequent basis? But, at the time, the scientists saw it all so differently. I yield freely to the sacred frenzy; I dare frankly to confess that I have stolen the golden vessels of the Egyptians to build a tabernacle for my God far from the bounds of Egypt.
If you pardon me, I shall rejoice; if you reproach me, I shall endure. The die is cast, and I am lsique the book — to be read either now or by posterity, it matters not.
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It can wait tarnqs century for a reader, as God himself has waited six thousand years for a witness. In fact, as is shown by the above passage, Kepler felt this breakthrough was a divine revelation. Old World View versus New World View Because mankind had an ego-centric point of view about the Cosmos, the thought was that Man could influence the God s and that made life bearable. When the rug was pulled out from under his feet, Man felt that the Universe had pique into a mechanistic, non-caring entity, thereby removing Man’s ability to effect change.
Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View by Richard Tarnas
In other words, God was dead. Science then became the new religion. Science could explain all. Who needed a God when Man cosmoa use his Reason to comprehend the workings of the Universe? Now, instead of being part of the All, we could stand apart from it and observe what was happening. Astrology versus Astronomy That change was the reason that Astronomy became the primary scientific focus and Astrology got relegated to a pseudo-science.
But we then began to neglect our primary connection to the Universe: As above, so below. In the book Mysticism and Tranas A Call for Reconciliation, the author, S. Acausal connections within the Whole do not eliminate the requirement of a Cause for the Whole itself.
We must not simply take the ‘implicate order’ to be an independent a priori substratum. There is a supreme ruler from whom the csomos order derives, who generated the universe and set it in motion, who is its efficient and its material Cause as well as its underlying order, and who permeates every particle of the Whole. Conclusion The blurb on the trnas cover of the book sums it up the best: Based on thirty years of meticulous research, this brilliant book points to a radical change in our understanding of the cosmos, shining new light on the drama of history, and on our own critical age.
It opens up a new cosmic horizon the reunites science and religion, intellect and soul, modern reason garnas ancient wisdom.