Sirian Starseed Tarot anyone?


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Thanks for the synopsis, RWC! Opinions?
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Thanks for the synopsis, RWC! Opinions?
At this point all I can say is I'm whelmed - not over or under, just whelmed. The proof, of course, will be in the reading, but who knows when I'll get around to that.
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Rats. I got a delayed notice from amazon saying that I won't get mine till Oct 31st at the earliest...
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Sacred Circle?


Reminds me a lot of the Sacred Circle for some reason... but I have only seen the four cards.... its a bit shiny
I shall sit on the fence and wait.... but it feels kind of cold right now.... I remember the Indigo Children thing and I think it is what we used to call old souls.... and some of us still do!
I am a bit scared of the New Agey stuff..... and I am also reluctant to use cards that tell me ok dude, it's time to make your Transition..... or whatever the card says.... it kind of doesnt seem to leave much open to interpretation....
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..... and I am also reluctant to use cards that tell me ok dude, it's time to make your Transition..... or whatever the card says.... it kind of doesnt seem to leave much open to interpretation....
I'm a bit reluctant to use cards that reinforce what the world out there thinks of New Ageyness. It is nice I think to remind the rest of the world that reading cards is not the cliché this deck would have us believe. I just find I don't want to live up to others' stereotypes.
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O Ick. Just what I expected. I know a reader it would be perfect for...at no time do her feet ever touch the earth.
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O Ick. Just what I expected. I know a reader it would be perfect for...at no time do her feet ever touch the earth.


Okaaaay. Doesn't sound like MY thing.
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I often get the feeling that digital art for Tarot got stuck in the 90s.
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Why do Indigo people offend some of us?


This is interesting, Nancy Ann Tappe (1931-2012) and further developed by Jan
Tober and Lee Carroll is the official take from wiki on Indigo children's
origin... hummm does this exclude the rest of history such as Sri Krishna, a
Indigo being, who is described in another wiki site perhaps wiki is conflicting with itself as to Indigo beings, 6,00 years of history derived from the Bhagavadgita is hard to refute,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krishna ? There are people here now, incarnate with
these abilities. the mere fact you use your physic abilities to use the cards of
any deck is paramount to my position, why not use the best tool for this time a
deck created as a map for these gifted indigo people the starseed? your choice, hold to the
past if you wish; Remember Siddhartha was born of the warrior class in the
ancient Indian culture he became the Buddha enlightened by his own merit and
work, how long has it been since any of you have designed your own cards, you
depend on cards designed from an age you have little comprehension of, nothing
unusual, most humans seem empowered by others works entrenched in some sort of
tradition, by detached authority; I suppose the herieophant lives across the street from you and is your friend lol, The Sirian counsel lives across the stars for me, I have known
them since birth, many births actually, and they share the same thing we do...
life, now finally a way for all to communicate with their perspective, the
Sirian Starseed Tarot. Patrica and Alysa have my vote and approval for a
timely job well executed, addressing the expanded here and now as a personal
teaching tool and one that can be employed as a divinatory device out of the box, accessed
ordinarily only after years of pursuing esoteric knowledge, to pry open the
wavering human consciousness that seldom exhumes in the light of day albeit for
its doldrums of fear of what it cannot comprehend readily, except in narrow
repetition. These cards are definitive, mapping our acelerated time lines
in this transition of ages, buy them, find what you have searched for.
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I guess I stand corrected; and here I was thinking it was just another piece of freaked-out new age shit for people with rice pudding for brains. Guess that told me where it's really at. Good to know.
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