Legend of the Starcrash

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Welcome to the incredibly beautiful and intriguing world of the Tarot.The purpose of this book, Rebirth of the Oracle - The Tarot for the Modern World, is to simplify and demystify this ancient oracle and to make it accessible to anyone who would like to read the cards.The meanings given to the cards in this book are drawn from the experiences of thousands of readings. They are also written with an eye toward updating the Tarot, bringing this ancient oracle into the 21st century. You will see meanings displayed ...

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Overview

Welcome to the incredibly beautiful and intriguing world of the Tarot.The purpose of this book, Rebirth of the Oracle - The Tarot for the Modern World, is to simplify and demystify this ancient oracle and to make it accessible to anyone who would like to read the cards.The meanings given to the cards in this book are drawn from the experiences of thousands of readings. They are also written with an eye toward updating the Tarot, bringing this ancient oracle into the 21st century. You will see meanings displayed for the cards that were not heard of, or even dreamed of, in the early centuries of the Tarot. These include everything from media exposure to abortion to identity theft.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780963277671
  • Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/1994
  • Pages: 250
  • Sales rank: 531,313
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.48 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Justine Alessi is a Master Tarot Reader and Teacher of the Tarot who brings over a decade of practical experience to the table. She has read the cards for people from almost every state in the Union, and word-of-mouth has people seeking her out for her wisdom and accuracy. Justine's uncanny accuracy makes believers out of the skeptical, and those who are initially the most hesitant are usually the first to try to acquire more of her time and talents. A former librarian, her interest in the Tarot was sparked by the parade of Tarot books published in the late 1980's. Feeling there was an inadequacy in the description of the cards, she began to compile her observations from years of readings. Justine is o stranger to writing, having penned many articles on the metaphysical and writing a newspaper column. Justine resides in Northeast Ohio with her husband, Robert and is the mother of two grown children. This is Justine's first book, though she is presently developin!g several more books regarding the Tarot, positive affirmation techniques and other metaphysical topics.M. E. (Betsy) McMillan brings life to the personalities in "Rebirth of the Oracle" by drawing on 20 years of creative writing experience. Ever prolific, Betsy works as a biomedical writer by day and spends her evenings and weekends (and sometimes her lunch hours) working on other creative writing projects. She is the author of two other books currently in print and does free-lance contract writing encompassing everything from bioscience to advertising copy. She is an active member of the National Writer's Union, and has appeared as a guest on several radio talk shows in Cleveland, Virginia, Texas, Michigan and Florida. Betsy resides in Northeast Ohio with her husband Jim and is the mother of two grown children. Presently she has several novels and non-fiction manuscripts in various stages of completion.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Discovery of the Legend 1
Chapter 2 Calling the Spirits 17
Chapter 3 The Village 32
Chapter 4 The Legend of the Old Ones 49
Chapter 5 The First People 58
Chapter 6 When the Moon Walked a Different Path 69
Chapter 7 The Blanket Design 82
Chapter 8 The Hunter's Tools and the Animals 92
Chapter 9 The Children's Stories 106
Chapter 10 The Creation Legends 114
Chapter 11 The Wise Man's House 124
Chapter 12 The Life of Tuin, the Hunter 132
Chapter 13 The Death of Tuin and the Aftermath 153
Chapter 14 The Origin of the Old Ones 163
Chapter 15 Survival 173
Chapter 16 The Artifacts 185
Chapter 17 The Magic of the Old Ones 199
Chapter 18 Research 214
Chapter 19 The End of the Adventure 243
About the Author 250
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2008

    Yes, Aliens Have Visited the Planet?

    I just finished reading The Legend of Starcrash By Dolores Cannon. Dolores Cannon is a regressionist, which is a hypnotist that specializes in past life therapy, reincarnation and the research and investigation of this phenomenon. She has regressed many people and discovered many incredibly interesting things about past lives and reincarnation. In The Legend of Starcrash she claims to have regressed a young lady named Beth into one of her past lives. Under hypnosis Beth claims to be a hunter named Tuin in the far north. Tuin and his clan are very isolated and think that they are the only ones in the world. One day Tuin is out hunting and comes across a ship from heaven that has made an emergency landing because of technical difficulties. The strange people never got the ship to work properly and were stranded on earth. Being friendly and unafraid of any danger from the new inhabitants, Tuin and his clan welcomed them into their village and interbreed with them and lived happily ever after. Dolores claims she has found evidence of American Indians being descended from these space inhabitants because their space ship crashed to earth thousands of years ago. Many of the people she has regressed claimed to be space travelers in their past lives. I found this book to be very interesting and the details in the story of Tuin to be terribly fascinating. Are we descended from Alien life forms? Certainly there is more out there then meets the eye.

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