But objectively true to the individual
That would be subjective, not objective and "true" is hardly a word that is appropriate in a discussion of Campbell.
Campbell belongs with Alan Watts, Richard Alpert, Sam Keen, R.D. Laing and others who have gained credibility by
making themselves arbiters of precisely calibrated worldviews. The root of their popularity is often an appeal to
self empowerment, self actualization, or some other variety of self infatuation. It's America, baby, we do
that stuff better than anybody. Just look at our President.
This is tremendously thought-provoking and I thank you for it. One of Campbell's draws to me was his certitude, but you have extremely accurately described the inverse (and problem) of it.