|Title||The Tu-Anima-Picture-Test in consultant work|
|Publication||Correlation, journal of research in astrology|
|Issue||Vol 27 number 2|
|Keywords||sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, trine, square, Reich, symbol, Tu Anima Picture Tes|
|The Tu-Anima-Picture-Test (TUA-Test) has a history of more than 50 years. During that time the medical doctor, painter, astrologer and cosmobiologist Heinrich Reich (1888-1961) meditated about ancient symbols in the sense of the archetypes (C. G. Jung) like Candle of Life, Alpha, Omega, Ring, Thistle, Corn (Grain), Snake. For us in the astrological world it will be especially striking that Reich meditated also about symbols as Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Trine, Square. This means 9 astrological symbols, one fourth of 36 pictures out of which the tests consists. Conclusion: continued use of the picture test in practice supports its value as a diagnostic tool in psychology.|
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