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Amplification of the Gorgon (Medusa) Image

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Amplification of the Gorgon (Medusa) image across time and space from it's beginnings to it's contemporary representation.

Amplification of the Gorgon (Medusa) image across time and space from it's beginnings to it's contemporary representation.

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  • 1. GorgonsAcross Cultural Space and TimeDavid J. Walczyk, Ed.D.C.G. Jung Institute of NY
  • 2. Phobos
  • 3. Moirai / “The
  • 4. Medusa
  • 5. Bes
  • 6. Kirtimukkha
  • 7. Rahu
  • 8. Smashan Kali
  • 9. Humbaba Heads
  • 10. Daruma Doll
  • 11. Rangda
  • 12. Coatlicue
  • 13. Cocijo
  • 14. Tonatiuh
  • 15. Medusa Jellyfish
  • 16. Beautiful Medusa
  • 17. Ugly Medusa
  • 18. Centuar Gorgon
  • 19. Winged Gorgon
  • 20. Contemporary
  • 21. Contemporary
  • 22. Contemporary
  • 23. Intertextual
  • 24. Contemporary Goethe (1808) Nietzsche (1872) Freud (1922/3) Benjamin (1939) Wylie (1942) Sartre (1943) McElroy (1976) Versace (1996)
  • 25. Thanks.