Ancient Alien Channelings – Contact With Hereafter? Can We Contact God Direct?

Can we contact God direct? Is this the Ascension Age? Is the message from our Ancient Alien Ancestors that we can connect to them through our own talent and skills through channeling? A movie with Matt Damon directed by Clint Eastwood will take us into the Hereafter. I have not seen the movie but plan on doing so.


WHO IS THE FOOL? The One who comes to earth with not knowing that alone one can not survive alone?  What if their own species as in procreate is meant to become more with other alien designs?  Or the one who know that he/she needs another of male or female of the same species in order to survive through giving life to others who shall follow their kind to earth? What if certain species cannot survive alone without their higher spirit connection to their own creator or God/Goddess?
CHANNELING -There will be a future for us all to discover of our origins and we shall find that we are a cooperative species. Not only with each other but those who are in heaven or space.
Ancient Aliens Channeling of those on earth may be a part of our cultural heritage. Why have the religions of the past feared those who were able to involve their higher selves and energies with what we now call divine inspiration or God?
Whether one thinks of themselves as good or bad or both makes no difference. Every being on earth is a channel and only one parts of their soul self. The Quantum Entanglement Courses will later provide the other connection to channeling. TJ
A Resource to assist you with Planetary Healing and Ascension 
(Using the Tarot as a Guide for Channels by TJ Morris)
This is a time when we can let our hair down and become who we share as a muse or allow ourselves to venture into the unknown. This is a time for gaiety and celebration. It is in our global cooperative psyche and yet we all have our own ideas of what Halloween is all about and how we should share this time on earth.
There are various cultures which have their own views and perceptions of what is good and bad, angels and demons, Heaven and Hell, God and Goddess, Up and Down, Positive and Negative, and so on and so forth.
What is not totally apparent to most of those who follow logic, reasoning, thought processing, physical and mental properties, the spirit and soul, and all that pertains to being one of the humanoid intelligent being species is exactly what controls all of the parts of the body-mind-spirit.
As long as we have been on earth as a species with our history that has been recorded prior to the first recorded cuneiform writings of Sumeria, we may all have to challenge the question of our origin and what it has to do with our channeling abilities.
There are always those with their own ideas, opinions, and views about life and many simply take their cues from others or what they have read by others who may or may not have been professionals, scholars, academics, experts, or based on first hand experiences.
Most of us will base our opinions on what we are taught in school as our basic upbringings are provided. I do not profess to be a believer in home schooling for this reason. I believe that each child on earth should be prepared to meet their cultural challenges head on and that is with cooperation from their local grass roots education, which should be offered to each being on earth. That is another story that I shall share later.
For now, let it be said that if we can believe in a God then surely we should believe in a Goddess. Where is it on earth as it is in heaven without both a male and female?
Where is it on earth that man alone can procreate and keep a species alive? Nowhere land that is where. That is why the Goddess being reintroduced into our global psyche in not only history, education, culture, science, theosophy, philosophy, religion, and all other parts including folklore and art and of course technology will need to be rewritten.
In the past, many secret societies have been able to keep out women and the men who are weak and seen as lacking male testosterone or in today’s terms what we call effeminate or gay.
The following information is a collection of varied ideas that are available on the Internet Online.
A form of channeling is that the soul or spirit of the medium, often called “the vehicle” is either temporarily pushed aside or leaves the body.
? This makes room for the other channeled energy to enter the channelers body and use it to transfer psychic informations
? this process is often called an “energy shift” and can take different length of times from seconds or minutes
? Some people who are able to see auras can actually see the energy shift as the channeling take place
? When one first starts to channel the body may shake or quiver. 
? It can take patience and time from weeks, months or years for the new energy to blend well with the host body of energy fields. Every human is a natural channel. 
? the mind channels thoughts
? the body channels actions
? the soul channels spirit
? Every body-mind-spirit already knows how to do it, one needs to be born and to become  re-acquainted with the inner ability
? you have to consciously make the decision to channel, and be willing to relay the information received
? personal thoughts and belief systems need to be put aside for the mind to expand beyond normal boundaries
? complete relaxation of the body especially in meditative states is useful to attain a good connection
These entities being channeled often discuss a particular spiritual subject imparting their knowledge and wisdom
? Many mediums channel the same entity or entities repeatedly. 
Energy transmission from one source to another
? active channels shape universal information into comprehensible forms
? channeled information is then presented to others
? when channeling the channeler contacts spirit guides, masters, angels and archangels, universal guides
Mediumships mediums contact and channel departed loved ones channeling – the channeler connects to divine source in varying forms
A person needs to allow a spiritual entity to temporarily enter and use their body so the spirit can interact with other people. Most channelers are not aware of what goes on during the time the entity takes over them. Their conscious is allowed to rest while in another state of mind as unconscious.
A form of consciousness or energy that connects everything in the universe
It can be felt with your whole being by attuning to unconditional love
When you feel this energy it radiates effecting those around you positively
This is called Light Work
What is a Light Worker?
A Light Worker works through vibration and energy of the entire God Particle that flows in all beings and in all things in this Omniverse. Science is just now discovering this one smallest part of our reality. Our energy that many sum up in words is like a chain reaction to eradicate fear.
Elevates Consciousness
The Lightworker brings the source of light to the physical plane through their own consciousness and through the higher vibration all things are affected
In a broad sense anyone who in their heart is committed to helping others grow in love is a Light Worker
A Light Worker is a spiritual being who incarnated for the purpose of spreading love and light. Certain situations act as a catalyst for their own awakening and remembrance of what it is they came to earth to do. 
They radiate an amazing presence and through their being, a quickening is extended to all they meet. They are therefore a catalyst for others growth for whom the individual spirit allows a sharing of spirit. We are a cooperative species for the betterment of all on earth as it is in space. 
A person who strongly resonates with the information coming from spirit at this time of ascension. A Lightworker may be an American healer Indian Native Seer, contact hands healer, catholic healer, or other religion spiritual healer. We can trace various types through time and history on earth. We put no negative vibrations out to those who consider himself or herself a certain type of healer. The First Lightworkers were said to have been created by our first mother of MU and prior to that the Mother Goddess Anuuma and in the Anima and Enuma of other stories, which can be found in the stories of our past cultural ancient history of our ancient alien ancestors…
Nobody knows when the first Light Worker incarnated and who knows perhaps whether they have always been present. This is something we are just beginning to explore in the Ascension Center Enlightenment (ACE) Metaphysical Schools at ascension
The Light Workers born in 1946 through 1966 are  known as the Baby Boomers who encouraged the development of their children’s spirituality and were part of the ‘hippy’ movement or some were called the “Hippy Generation and others a part of the Space Generation.” We have those who grew up with Outer Limits, Lost in Space, Star Trek, Battle Star Galactica and other shows like Twilight Zone. This opened their senses to other possibilities that the prior generations only hinter at with far out Sci Fi Movies.
The children of these Light Workers are known as Star Seeds the generation of twenty years is 1967-1987. The Light Workers born from the late 1988-2008 are known as the Indigo Children. These children were born at a time to learn the new age of computers. 
The indigo came to assist us with our next stage in evolution. Those to be born from 2009-2029 are the Crystal Children who can see unlimited possibilities and are born in a time of space travel, computers, transistors, fiber optics, and all that their parents were unable to share but had no real understanding of in their time on earth. 
Throughout history Light Workers have incarnated to bring love to the planet 
Light Workers began the new age movement so that forthcoming lightworkers had a foundation to work from and the Baby Boomers all dreamed, and fantasized about the Aquarian Age of which they even had written songs about with love and peace as the basic foundation.  
A Lighter Worker may use different extrasensory perceptions as tools for spreading light. Some of these include:
They may also use physical tools for example crystals and herbal drops 
Light Workers may choose to spread love in all sorts of unique ways. Ultimately, it is a form of consciousness, a way of being that when realized all loving actions come from. These are just a few examples of how a Lightworker may choose to help humanity ascend:
Ascension is about the raising of awareness. The ability to shift and uplift humanity.
– Mediumship
– Healer: distant healing, hands on healing 
– Psychic Artistry
– Sound therapy
Whether you are a cleaner or a spiritual healer know light workers are needed in all areas of life. The only thing of real importance is that you are coming from a space of love. 
You may choose to learn more about spirituality or channel your energy through a metaphysical path. It is entirely up to where you feel you are needed and able to assist. 
Close your eyes
Feel your connection to all that is within your being
Sense the energy that joins you to all that is
Feel your love for all that is
Spend a moment developing this sense
Visualize a stream of white light (energy) flowing down from the heavens through the top of your head filling your being with healing energy as it continues down to earth
A sphere of pure white light forms over your heart
See it expand in size filling your entire chest space
Visualize a situation, person or place that you would like to send this light to 
Visualize the Sphere of pure white light engulfing them
When you feel the process is complete see the person, place or situation dissolve
Come back to the stream of energy that is flowing from the heavens through you to mother earth
Feel the earth beneath your feet
Notice where your physical body is in the present moment
Slowly bring yourself back to the here and now.
Take a deep breath and realize that there is something inside the body-mind physical that we call spirit. Take a moment to become aware of yourself as spirit with your eyes closed.
Then open your eyes and look around. Be aware of the first thing you see, smell, touch, taste, hear, think, and feel. This is the true ascension life of being in touch with who you really are meant to be. We call this your spirit, which makes first contact with your soul.
We are all about our soul’s progression. It is the being in touch in unison at all times with your other part or other half that some believe is kept in another being on earth we call a soul mate. Others believe that if you do not find your soul mate on earth to meet your total wholeness then you are destined to repeat the whole episode of life again.
Reason being, no one man or one woman can become a creator of worlds in the universe without a partner to keep up and create a new world. We are all mean to be procreators.
We have various meanings in life and our main purpose is to procreate not just as one but also as two with our soul mate. 
There are various reasons we believe in child bearing but the main purpose is to bring life to become aware of self as body-mind-spirit creations in all worlds in the Omniverse.
This is what is so sacred about our units, life bearing years, and of course remaining on earth in order to discover the whole of our reason for existing. 
One we learn of this one time in a certain age bracket for soul and spirit creations, we can then move on to the next phase of life. Many do so while on the earth or planet, which they are now presiding.
The spirit has many phases and we use all 13 chakras with seven in the body to share the light or enlightenment. We can share more on the 13 levels dealing with Astral Travel and Out of Body Experiences in later School Lessons prepared by the Ascensioncenter.Org.
How does ESP Work?
opinions vary as to how Esp work
some believe that just like our ordinary senses energy moves from one point to another
some believe esp energy takes the from of electromagnetic waves
some believe it originates from beyond the known physical world 
What is ESP?
Perceptions that are obtained without the use of bodily known senses
sight, sound, smell, taste, touch.
these perceptions are also known as PSI phenomena
no recognized by science as a mode of perception as it lies outside the realm of scientific explanation at this time 
usually grouped into four main categories
many people use a combination of these. It is not uncommon to have one more developed than the rest 
 What is a Spirit Field?
A spirit field is a term given to me by the angels, which essentially is a vibrational energy field in which your guardian angels and spirit helpers “reside” or are accessible for contact. It also contains your own unique blueprint pattern with which you were born that “paints a picture of “Who you are”.
It is also a field offering a gateway to accessing universal consciousness 
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Main article: Divinatory, esoteric and occult tarot
Tarot cards would later become associated with mysticism and magic.[21] Tarot was not widely adopted by mystics, occultists and secret societies until the 18th and 19th centuries.[citation needed] The tradition began in 1781, when Antoine Court de Gébelin, a Swiss clergyman, published Le Monde Primitif, a speculative study which included #HYPERLINK “”religious symbolism and its survivals in the modern world. De Gébelin first asserted that symbolism of the Tarot de Marseille represented the mysteries of Isis and Thoth. Gébelin further claimed that the name “tarot” came from the Egyptian words tar, meaning “royal”, and ro, meaning “road”, and that the Tarot therefore represented a “royal road” to wisdom. De Gébelin also asserted that the Romanies (Gypsies), who were among the first to use cards for divination, were descendants of the Ancient Egyptians (hence their common name; though by this time it was more popularly used as a stereotype for any nomadic tribe) and had introduced the cards to Europe. De Gébelin wrote this treatise before Jean-François Champollion had deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphs, or indeed before the Rosetta Stone had been discovered, and later Egyptologists found nothing in the Egyptian language to support de Gébelin’s fanciful etymologies. Despite this, the identification of the tarot cards with the Egyptian Book of Thoth was already firmly established in occult practice and continues in modern urban legend to the present day.
he tarot (first known as tarocchi, also tarock and similar names), pronounced /’tæro? /, is a pack of cards (most commonly numbering 78), used from the mid-15th century in various parts ofEurope to play a group of card games such as Italian tarocchini and French tarot. From the late 18th century until the present time, the tarot has also found use by mystics and occultists in efforts at divination or as a map of mental and spiritual pathways.
The tarot has four suits corresponding to the suits of conventional playing cards. Each of these suits has pip cards numbering from ace to ten and four face cards for a total of 14 cards. In addition, a separate 21-card trump suit and a single card known as the Fool distinguish the tarot. Depending on the game, the Fool may act as the top trump or may be played to avoid following suit. [1]
François Rabelais gives tarau as the name of one of the games played by Gargantua in his Gargantua and Pantagruel; [2] this is likely the earliest attestation of the French form of the name. Tarot cards are used throughout much of Europe to play card games. In English-speaking countries, where these games are largely unknown, tarot cards are now used primarily fordivinatory purposes.[1][3] Occultists call the trump cards and the Fool “the major arcana” while the ten pip and four court cards in each suit are called minor arcana. Some occult writers to ancient Egypt or the Kabbalah trace the cards but there is no documented evidence of such origins or of the usage of tarot for divination before the 18th century.
Playing cards first entered Europe in the late 14th century, probably from Mamluk Egypt, with suits very similar to the tarot suits of Swords, Staves, Cups and Coins (also known as disks, and pentacles) and those still used in traditional Italian, Spanish and Portuguese decks. [9]The first documentary evidence is a ban on their use in 1367, Bern, Switzerland. Wide use of playing cards in Europe can, with some certainty, be traced from 1377 onwards. [10]
The first known tarot cards were created between 1430 and 1450 in Milan, Ferrara and Bologna in northern Italy when additional trump cards with allegorical illustrations were added to the common four-suit pack. These new decks were originally called carte da trionfi, triumph cards, and the additional cards known simply as trionfi, which became “trumps” in English. The first literary evidence of the existence of carte da trionfi is a written statement in the court records in Ferrara, in 1442. [11] The oldest surviving tarot cards are from fifteen fragmented decks painted in the mid 15th century for the Visconti-Sforza family, the rulers of Milan. [12]
Divination using playing cards is in evidence as early as 1540 in a book entitled The Oracles of Francesco Marcolino da Forli, which allows a simple method of divination, though the cards are used only to select a random oracle and have no meaning in them. However, manuscripts from 1735 (The Square of Sevens) and 1750 (Pratesi Cartomancer) document rudimentary divinatory meanings for the cards of the tarot as well as a system for laying out the cards. GIacomo Casanova wrote in his diary that in 1765 his Russian mistress frequently used a deck of playing cards for divination
The original purpose of tarot cards was for playing games [citation needed], the first basic rules appearing in the manuscript of Martiano da Tortona before 1425.[20] The game of tarot is known in many variations (mostly cultural); the first basic rules for the game of Tarocco appear in the manuscript of Martiano da Tortona (before 1425; translated text), and the next are known from the year 1637. In Italy, the game has become less popular; one version named Tarocco Bolognese: Ottocento has still survived and there are still others played in Piedmont, but the number of games outside of Italy is much higher. The French tarot game is the most popular in its native country and there are regional tarot games often known as tarock, tarok, or tarokk widely played in central Europe. 
Carl Jung was the first psychoanalyst to attach importance to tarot symbolism. [22] He may have regarded the tarot cards as representingarchetypes: fundamental types of persons or situations embedded in the collective unconscious of all human beings. The theory of archetypes gives rise to several psychoanalytical uses. Since the cards represent these different archetypes within each individual, ideas of the subject’s self-perception can be gained by asking them to select a card that they ‘identify with’. Equally, the subject can try to clarify the situation by imagining it in terms of the archetypal ideas associated with each card. For instance, someone rushing in heedlessly like the Knight of Swords, or blindly keeping the world at bay like the Rider-Waite-Smith Two of Swords.
More recently, Timothy Leary has suggested that the tarot trump cards are a pictorial representation of human development from infant to adult, with the Fool symbolizing the newborn infant, the Magician symbolizing the stage at which an infant begins to play with artifacts, etc. In Leary’s view, the tarot trumps may be viewed as a blueprint for the human race as it matures.
The High Priestess (II) is the second trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. This card is used in game playing as well as in divination.
In the first tarot pack with inscriptions, the 18th-century woodcut Marseilles Tarot, this figure is crowned with the Papal tiara and labeled “La Papesse”, the Popess. For historians or heresiologists, such a figure suggests the supposed female equality practiced among the Cathar perfecti, who had been extirpated from Northern Italy and Southern France shortly before the Tarot first appeared at these locales. Some say that it referred to the legend of Pope Joan
in the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck, upon which many modern decks are based; The High Priestess wears plain blue robes and sits with her hands in her lap. She has a lunar crescent at her feet, a horned diadem centering a globe on her head and a large cross on her breast. The scroll in her hands, partly covered by her mantle, bears the word TORA. She is seated between the white and black pillars—’J’ and ‘B’ forJachin and Boaz—of the mystic Temple of Solomon. The veil of the Temple is behind her: it is embroidered with palm leaves andpomegranates. [1] Further behind all of that is what seems to be a body of water, most probably the sea. 
In the Vikings Tarot, the High Priestess is Frigg, the wife of Odin. She is sitting on a throne in a swamp, with her golden slippers emitting a blinding light from the hem of her dress.
In the Golden Tarot, the High Priestess is portrayed as The Papess.
In the Mythic Tarot, created by Juliet Sharman-Burke and Liz Greene, the High Priestess is portrayed by Persephone, descending a staircase into the Underworld, with the Earth behind her, dressed in white, and holding falling, white flowers. She holds up a pomegranate, both seen in her most famous myth and the Rider-Waite deck. The pillars beside her are the standard black (left) and white (right), and she wears a crown, being the Queen of the Underworld.
The Osho Tarot calls this card Inner Voice and depicts it as a quiet person with a circle face in her center, holding a crystal in both hands and surrounded by two dolphins, a crescent-moon crown, and water.
The Asteroth Tarot depicts the High Priestess as bathed in the energy of the crescent moon
These were the earliest form of tarot deck to be invented, being first devised in the 15th century in northern Italy. The occult tarot decks are based on decks of this type. Four decks of this category are still used to play certain games:
?Tarocco Piemontese: the Fool.
The Tarocco Piemontese consists of the four suits of swords, batons, clubs and coins; each headed by a king, queen, cavalier and jack, and followed by numerals 10 down to 1. The trumps rank as follows: The Angel (20—although it only bears the second-highest number, it is nonetheless the highest), the World (21), the Sun (19), the Moon (18), the Star (17), the Tower (16), the Devil (15), Temperance (14), death (13), the Hanged Man (12), Strength (11), the Wheel of Fortune (10), the Hermit (9), Justice (8), the Chariot (7), the Lovers (6), the Pope (5), the Emperor (4), the Empress (3), the Popess (2) and the Bagatto (1). There is also the Fool (Matto).
The Swiss Tarot de Besançon is similar, but is of a different graphical design, and replaces the Pope with Jupiter, the Popess with Juno, and the Angel with the Judgement. The trumps rank in numerical order and the Tower is known as the House of God.
The Tarocco Bolognese omits numeral cards two to five in plain suits, leaving it with 62 cards, and has somewhat different trumps, not all of which are numbered and four of which are equal in rank. It has a different graphical design.
The Tarocco Siciliano changes some of the trumps, and replaces the 21 with a card labeled Miseria (destitution). It omits the Two and Three of coins, and numerals one to four in batons, swords and cups: it thus has 64 cards. The cards are quite small and, again, of a different graphical design Occult tarot deckS
Etteilla was the first to issue a revised tarot deck specifically designed for occult purposes rather than game playing. In keeping with the belief that tarot cards are derived from the Book of Thoth, Etteilla’s tarot contained themes related to ancient Egypt. The 78-card tarot deck used by esotericists has two distinct parts:
The Major Arcana (greater secrets), or trump cards, consists of 22 cards without suits: The Fool, The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man,Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgement, and The World.
The Minor Arcana (lesser secrets) consists of 56 cards, divided into four suits of 14 cards each; ten numbered cards and four court cards. The court cards are the King, Queen, Knight and Page/Jack, in each of the four tarot suits. The traditional Italian tarot suits areswords, batons/wands, coins and cups; in modern tarot decks, however, the batons suit is often called wands, rods or staves, while the coins suit is often called pentacles or disks.
The terms “major arcana” and “minor arcana” were first used by Jean Baptiste Pitois (also known as Paul Christian), and are never used in relation to Tarot card games.
Tarot is often used in conjunction with the study of the Hermetic Qabalah. [23] In these decks all the cards are illustrated in accordance with Qabalistic principles, most being under the influence of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck and bearing illustrated scenes on all the suit cards. The images on the ‘Rider-Waite’ deck were drawn by artist Pamela Colman Smith, to the instructions of Christian mystic and occultist Arthur Edward Waite, and were originally published by the Rider Company in 1910. This deck is considered a simple, user-friendly one but its imagery, especially in the Major Arcana, is complex and replete with esoteric symbolism. The subjects of the Major Arcana are based on those of the earliest decks, but have been significantly modified to reflect Waite and Smith’s view of tarot. An important difference from Marseilles style decks is that Smith drew scenes with esoteric meanings on the suit cards. However, the Rider-Waite was not the first deck to include completely illustrated suit cards. The first to do so was the 15th century Sola-Busca deck. [24]
Older decks such as the Visconti-Sforza and Marseilles are less detailed than modern esoteric decks. A Marseilles type deck is usually distinguished by having repetitive motifs on the pip cards, similar to Italian or Spanish playing cards, as opposed to the full scenes found on “Rider-Waite” style decks. These more simply illustrated “Marseilles” style decks are also used esoterically, for divination, and for game play, though the French card game of tarot is now generally played using a relatively modern 19th century design of German origin. Such playing tarots decks generally have twenty-one trump cards with genre scenes from 19th century life, a Fool, and have court and pip cards that closely resemble today’s French playing cards.)
The Marseilles style tarot decks generally feature numbered minor arcana cards that look very much like the pip cards of modern playing card decks. The Marseilles’ numbered minor arcana cards do not have scenes depicted on them; rather, they sport a geometric arrangement of the number of suit symbols (e.g., swords, rods/wands, cups, coins/pentacles) corresponding to the number of the card (accompanied by botanical and other non-scenic flourishes), while the court cards are often illustrated with flat, two-dimensional drawings.
A widely used modernist esoteric tarot deck is Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot (Thoth pronounced /’to? t/ or /’? /). Crowley, at the height of a lifetime’s work dedicated to occultism, engaged the artist Lady Frieda Harris to paint the cards for the deck according to his specifications. His system of tarot correspondences, published in The Book of Thoth & Liber 777, is an evolution and expansion upon that which he learned in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. [25]
In contrast to the Thoth deck’s colorfulness, the illustrations on Paul Foster Case’s B.O.T.A. Tarot deck are black line drawings on white cards; this is an unlaminated deck intended to be colored by its owner.
Other esoteric decks include the Golden Dawn Tarot, which claims to be based on a deck by SL MacGregor Mathers.
The variety of decks presently available is almost endless, and grows yearly. For instance, cat-lovers may have the Tarot of the Cat People, a deck replete with cats in every picture. The Tarot of the Witches and the Aquarian Tarot retain the conventional cards with varying designs. The Tree of Life Tarot’s cards are stark symbolic catalogs, the Cosmic Tarot, and the Alchemical Tarot that combines traditional alchemical symbols with tarot images.
These contemporary divination decks change the cards to varying degrees. For example, the Motherpeace Tarot is notable for its circular cards and feminist angle: females have replaced the male characters. The Tarot of Baseball has suits of bats, mitts, balls and bases; “coaches” and “MVPs” instead of Queens and Kings; and major arcana cards like “The Catcher”, “The Rule Book” and “Batting a Thousand”. In the Silicon Valley Tarot, major arcana cards include The Hacker, Flame War, The Layoff and The Garage; the suits are Networks, Cubicles, Disks and Hosts; the court cards CIO, Salesman, Marketeer and New Hire. Another tarot in recent years has been the Robin Wood Tarot. This deck retains the Rider-Waite theme while adding some very soft and colorful Pagan symbolism. As with other decks, the cards are available with a companion book written by Wood, which details all of the symbolism and colors utilized in the Major, and Minor Arcana.
Unconventionality is taken to an extreme by Morgan’s Tarot, produced in 1970 by Morgan Robbins and illustrated by Darshan Chorpash Zenith. Morgan’s Tarot has no suits, no card ranking and no explicit order of the cards. It has 88 cards rather than the more conventional 78, and its simple line drawings show a strong influence from the psychedelic era. Nevertheless, in the introductory booklet, that accompanies the deck (comprehensively mirrored on dfoley’s website, with permission from U.S. Games Systems), Robbins claims spiritual inspiration for the cards and cites the influence of Tibetan Buddhism in particular.
Deck-specific symbolism
Many popular decks have modified the traditional symbolism to reflect the esoteric beliefs of their creators.
Mythic Tarot
The Mythic Tarot deck links tarot symbolism with the classical Greek myths.
Hermetic Tarot
Hermetic Tarot utilizes the tarot imagery to function as a textbook and mnemonic device for teaching and revealing the gnosis of alchemical symbolical language and its profound and philosophical meanings. An example of this practice is found in the rituals of the 19th Century Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. In the 20th Century, Hermetic use of the tarot imagery as a handbook and revealer of perennial wisdom was further developed in the work of Carl Gustav Jung and his exploration into the psyche and active imagination. A 21st century example of a Hermetic rooted tarot deck is that of Tarot ReVisioned, a black and white deck and book for the Major Arcana by Leigh J. McCloskey. [26]
Popular culture tarot decks
The Vertigo Tarot deck employs characters from titles of American publisher Vertigo Comics including such imagery as John Constantinefrom Hellblazer, in the role of The Fool zero card. Dave McKean illustrated the cards with text by Rachel Pollack and the accompanying book holds an introduction by Neil Gaiman. In France, where the tarot game is most popular, there have been tarot decks published depicting characters from Asterix, Disney, and Tex Avery cartoons.
Modern oracle cards
Recently, the use of tarot for divination, or as a store of symbolism, has inspired the creation of modern oracle card decks. These are card decks for inspiration or divination containing images of angels, faeries, goddesses, totems, etc. Although obviously influenced by divinatory tarot, they do not follow the traditional structure of Tarot; they often lack any suits of numbered cards, and the set of cards differs from the conventional major arcana.
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