I have read the autobiography of Jung—Memories Dreams and Reflections when I was in my teen age. Even till now I am fascinated with his concept of the Collective Unconscious, a theory according to which archetypes (memories of the collective psyche) become genetic implants for the reservoir of the conscious. Here I would like to develop of case study of Women of Kerala who behave rather bizarrely during religious Christian meetings. Well after my family proselytized into hard core Pentecostal faith, though I am not a believer, I used to attend religious meetings. Most of these meetings centered on healing people and also casting out evil spirits. I have encountered many women who are possessed by the so called unclean spirits. They all exhibit the same unusual behavior. When the pastor-preacher touches their head and shouts: ‘Come out in the name of Jesus’…the touched woman becomes hysterical and then falls to the ground and starts rolling and mimicking a serpent with their hands. Some of these women also untie their sari and loosen their hair and hang their tongues out and behave as though they are Goddess Kali. Many of these women claim to have been healed by the intercessor of Christ that is the pastor a claim which I in my rational mind refuse to believe. After they become healed, on being questioned as to what they were doing, they would remark they know nothing. My analysis of this mysterious behavior is on both Freudian and Jungian lines. From a Freudian perspective this zany behavior can be explained as a manifestation of repressed libido. The Indian middle class woman is a symptom of being sexually frustrated. The serpent is definitely is a phallic symbol. I should definitely say: men of Kerala fuck your wives well. Women by behaving like Goddess Kali, sticking their tongues out and hanging their hair loose are directly conveying from the unconscious that their libido is not satisfied. In real life women rarely get a chance to express their repressed. Analyzing this perplexing behavior from the Jungian collective unconscious would be: are these vestiges of Serpent worship which are widely prevalent in India and these practices would have been transmitted through the unconscious as memory traces. In many of these serpent temples it is women who do the rituals. From a psychoanalytic perspective it would be difficult to avoid both Freudian and Jungian conjectures.