For some time I have been interested in the Jungian connection to Memetics, my efforts are not fruitless. However, the have hit a 'dead end', and I am in need of the help of my fellow Kekistanis.
I have found an article here on the Cult of Kek https://www.everipedia.com/cult-of-kek/
Which has a section on the 'Jungian Revelation'
Cult of Kek adherents reference a description of a frog in numerous parts of Carl Jung's work as proof of the legitimacy of Kek.
In The Red Book, Carl Jung wrote about his experiences when he 'switched off consciousness' and invoked fantasy in a waking state. The image of the frog was a powerful and meaningful archetype that Jung documented numerous times in his writings. In one instance, he wrote "You shall experience even more of it. You are in the second age. The first age has been overcome. This is the age of the rulership of the son, whom you call the Frog God. A third age will follow; the age of apportionment and harmonious power."The first age represents the old order being demolished which is followed by a second age where 'the Frog God' presides of a transition that ushers in a third and final golden age of harmony.
The profundity of this revelation is perhaps only becoming remotely apparent now. Unfortunately, the link provide as the source is a dead one http://carljungdepthpsychology.blogspot.com/2014/04/carl-jung-and-frogs-in-red-book.html
If anyone can provide more information on Jung's encounters with the 'Frog God', particularly from The Red Book, it would be much appreciated.