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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I tried to find that Pearson test online, but it looks like I will have to suck it up and buy a book... Sigh. More money to support my habit.

    But it could be amusing to see Crowsie do some tarot readings. I hope there's only one Death card in her deck.
    Aww, but Death is such a great card -- all about transition/transformation/growth etc.

    We could all use more death, I say!



    I bet RC blows off this thread in the name of things more "official". You know how she is -- selfish with the archetypal lovin'.

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    Heh.


    I may have to do some readings. I'm a little rusty...but the cards used to be pretty good to me, especially my "traditional readings" deck. Voyager was always best at transformative stuff and I don''t use reversed cards with it at all.

    No--the Pearson test is not online. There is a heroic index test that is the book test online, but it only gives the top archetype--for me, Sage. Anyone surprised?--and not the full ranking. The full ranking is important, apparently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raincrow007 View Post
    I can just picture Jung screwing around with the Gummibear Tarot deck, can't you?
    I think he'd like this one better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivercrow View Post
    I think he'd like this one better.
    Oh, that is SO cool. Very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivercrow View Post
    Particularly nice, that one.

    So howze about it my fellow fine feathered friend -- feel like giving a reading? I've got an upcoming solo show, and I'm curious as to what we could find in the unconscious to poke at in regards to its hypothetical outcome.

    If nothing else, the discussion of symbolism might get the ol' creative engine turning in a new direction before my deadline arrives...

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincrow007 View Post
    Aww, but Death is such a great card -- all about transition/transformation/growth etc. We could all use more death, I say!
    If we draw two Death cards, would they cancel each other out, or would we change twice as fast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    If we draw two Death cards, would they cancel each other out, or would we change twice as fast?
    I think you'd hafta change your method of changing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincrow007 View Post
    I think you'd hafta change your method of changing.
    Oh geesh... I'm already confused enough about changing the first time. <fume>
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    Fortunately--or not--there's no Tiresias card.
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