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(1875-1961)
Carl Jung was a psychologist who carried on with the ideas put forth by Sigmund Freud in the field of psychoanalysis. Jung went further into the supernatural realm and interpreted a variety of occult subject matter as it pertained to human behavior and psychology. He contributed to both the prevalence and popularity of mysticism and his ideas are still used strongly within the New Age movement.
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