The image above is from a 1493 German Bible. In the middle, we see Eve emerging from Adam. Their bodies form a divine pair.
In Psychology and Religion, Carl Jung speaks of “Homo Adamicus.” Jung that the “Homo Adamicus…. appears in male form [yet], always carries Eve, that is, his woman, with him, concealed in his body” (1938, p. 34). The adds that the image represents “the divine Syzygia, divine pair.” (1938, p. 34).
- Psychology and Religion (Collected Works of C.G. Jung Vol. 12)