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  • “Psychosphere” can be defined as “sphere of human consciousness” and takes its roots in Carl Jung’s concept of the “collective unconscious”. It basically states that all thoughts that go through the human brain are “converted” by the neocortex and projected outwards into ethereal dimensions. Humans therefore live in an “atmosphere of thoughts”, a concept that is also referred to as “noosphere” by Vladimir Vernadsky and Teilhard de Chardin. According to them, the existence of this psychosphere causes humans to be compelled to respond to similar ideas, myths and symbols.

    November 12, 2015

  • "I get a bad taste in my mouth out here. Aluminum, ash; like you can smell the psychosphere."
    -Rust Cohle (True Detective)

    November 12, 2015