spiritus mundi……

The concept of “spiritus mundi” has its roots in the philosophy of Plato, but the phrase itself was coined by fifteenth-century German astrologer and occult philosopher Agrippa von Nettesheim. He used it as a label for the spirit element that he believed permeated the whole world and was the force behind alchemy and occult occurrences. The psychologist Carl Jung elaborated on these ideas when he discussed the idea of a collective subconscious, and the term is still used by astrologers and spiritualists today.


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