Kudos to all involved in the creation of the The UFOlogy Tarot. Proof of growing interest in the topic? The project nailed the Kickstarter goal in a week.
Whether you have a casual or vested interest in Ufology, this deck and the accompanying book offer a contemporary, well reasoned glimpse into some of the key players, events and history.
For me – it served a dual purpose. I’m adding the deck and the book to my collection of tarot cards and interested to see what develops in a reading.
The repost is from Miguel Romero, UFOlogy Tarot Deck artist (aka Red Pill Junkie – “RPJ”). Details on the project origination and his contribution are in the full post. Continued at his blog: Absurd By Design.
One of the highlights refers to the subject chosen for The Emperor,
*Note: Greg Bishop is the originator of the project.
“Greg also had the opportunity to show an incomplete version of the artwork to Hynek’s son, Paul. His words after watching his dad sitting on his throne were more or less, “I don’t know what that is but I want it once it’s done!”.
Interested in a deck for yourself or a friend? The project reached the goal. 11/7/21. Fundraising continues through the deadline. Tue, November 30 2021 11:23 AM CST.
Several years ago my friend and colleague Greg Bishop invited me to join into a private UFO group he was putting together. Now, I know that if you read “private UFO group” you immediately think of shadowy organizations in which government whistleblowers leak sensitive information to a privileged cadre of insiders, but that’s NOT what my friend had in mind at all.
You see, Greg has always been of the opinion that big UFO organizations are often ill equipped to tackle the complexity of the phenomenon –they become too rigid in their collective thinking, and in the end become more preoccupied with securing funds to maintain their over-inflated bureaucracy (e.g. MUFON) instead of actually going out to the field and investigate reports– which is why he wanted to try and get a small band of like-minded associates to organize regular salons with them (of the virtual kind, in our case)…
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