Crossing the Event Horizon: Human Metamorphosis and the Singularity Archetype

Posted on: May 10, 2018

With Jonathan Zap

At The Caritas Center 5723 Arapahoe Ave,

Boulder, Co. 80303

Friday, June 8, 7:00 – 9:00PM  

$20 General Public; $15 Caritas Members

 

Individually and collectively we are hurtling toward an evolutionary event horizon. The Singularity Archetype is a primordial image emerging from the collective unconscious that reveals key aspects of this event horizon.  Manifestations of the Singularity Archetype include dreams, motifs and themes found in art, science fiction and fantasy literature and films, religious cults, and the paranormal, especially near-death experiences and UFO encounters.

Key aspects of the Singularity Archetype include: “Logos Beheld” (visually comprehended linguistic intent often associated with a collective telepathic network), Homo gestalt (a new species where individuality is conserved but also telepathically networked), and a parallelism between the individual event horizon of death and eschaton (the collective event horizon of the species).

Apocalypticism is analyzed as an example of the Singularity Archetype pathologizing. A study of the Heaven’s Gate saucer/suicide cult illustrates what can happen when people become possessed by the Singularity Archetype and are driven by it into delusory projections.

The Singularity Archetype is viewed apocalyptically by the ego and as a transcendent evolutionary event by the Self; the duality of these views is explored in many examples. The evolutionary origins of the ego and its metamorphosis as it approaches the event horizon are explored.

Evolutionary theory, which relates to the Singularity Archetype through a number of dynamic paradoxes, is discussed. Many popular books and movies are analyzed as permutations of the Singularity Archetype, including: Avatar,Childhood’s End, Village of the Damned, Powder, and 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Jonathan Zap grew up in the Bronx and attended the Bronx High School of  Science. He graduated from Ursinus College with honors in Philosophy and English and received his Masters degree in English from NYU.

Jonathan is an author, philosopher, journalist, and teacher with  a background in Jungian psychology, paranormal research and a wide variety of subjects relevant to his

multidisciplinary approach to understanding psychology, popular culture and contemporary mythology.  

Jonathan has done numerous radio and television interviews and is a frequent guest on Coast-to-Coast AM He is a featured correspondent and editor for Reality Sandwich, the popular online magazine, which has published 140 of of his articles.


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