Whether you believe in tarot or not, read it for fun or divination it exists at least to provide art work with hidden meaning, which is always interesting to discern the mind of the artist.
I have dabbled in tarot for many a year as a means to attempt to understand events as they are presented to me, but without much success beyond the occaisional glimmer of understanding, so now I just do it for fun, like I guess many also do their horoscopes.
But with my spiritual interests changing, I remembered a tarot deck I once had and again sought it out only to find there is an interactive version of the deck on line and using that, I am finding the tarot actually makes more sense than it did in the past, I am beginning to understand more about myself and life as it is presented to me. Why should this be when it was arcane in the past I wondered and have arrived at the thought that what the cards 'teach', just plain makes sense.
Anyway, for your education, amusement or derision, may I present the OSHO ZEN tarot interactive reading
Well, reading what the tarot had to say, I became interested in Osho's interpretations of Zen and sought more, then on wikipedia I sought out the name only to find;
Omg !!!, this guy was notorious the world over, banned from many countries including the USA, where he set up a commune in Oregon in 1981, called Ragneeshpuram, later shortened to Rajneesh, located on the outskirts of Antelope in Wasco county. I guess Osho, or as he was know then as Bagwan Shree Rajneesh was a bit of a rebel.
Does anyone remember the Commune from the time period, any adherants ?
Anyway, whether you are in it for fun, divination or just like looking at occult art, Osho Zen tarot is one to recommend.
< Message edited by Aneirin -- 9/25/2010 7:10:54 AM >
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