Tarot as a Sacred Science

Spirit tells me that Tarot cards were designed to preserve

Deep understanding of human nature. Many ancient traditions

And mystery schools have been destroyed in the

Name of progress, and replaced with teachings that deny

An essential oneness beneath a surface of diversity.


There is no magic involved or required in the study of Tarot images.

Instead, what is required is deep respect for and serious intent

To study the specific images that the reader’s or client’s personal

Energy has attracted, at a particular time.


The image on the chosen card brings a hidden message.


Why hidden?


To protect its high value. Anything easily available is vulnerable

To being seen as of little worth.


At first glance, Tarot images seem to describe general aspects of

The human psyche, or an easily understood situation. But, how

The images are interpreted or ‘seen’ makes all the difference.

Each reader or client’s vibrational energy interacts with the images

To co-create a message. Something is understood concerning

The problem within the mind of the seeker.


In this respect, Tarot can be seen to be much like meditation, and

Only another path to the same Universal source of wisdom.


A renewed interest in Tarot?


Yes. Why not?




A powerful sense of responsibility

Spirit tells me that the purpose of His teaching is to encourage

The study and practice of an increasingly clearer understanding of

Our interconnectedness to all forms of life, human and otherwise,

And of our personal responsibility to care for and protect, not only

Our own unique individual life, but also that of the countless,

Equally unique life forms that we share our world with.




By becoming intentionally aware of how we live and the negative

Affect that may have on others.


That would require a powerful sense of responsibility.


Not would; it does.


Is it possible?






One step at a time.


And the first step is intention?