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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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01:52 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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14:54 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Barracuda prisoner would have maybe contributed to copyright dates other books. Yeah exactly wow. That's anyway does with myself because also people that wanted to saw not going to pushed off the books about tax. I mean quite a few of those know and so let's say do that. They teach Tara work at the moment. I got party. I mean very kind of things in the works. I'm not sure but but when you speak about talking about other Dixon you mean Real Tarot decks with seventy eight cards etc but do you also talk about different target while we talked about the normal but there are others around of course as you as you know we will also really interesting ones do you. Have you approached them as well? Those free flying deck slits way cold in the modern tax. That are not part of tradition but display. Call themselves Oracle tax or eleven. I really don't like Christopher Lofty Day. Say things like A Card Means Passion or card. Means you know your true self because it's like you know someone who is spying on you. That's what it means. You're going to get the money coming in the mail route in reality. You know some of them. I love the picture of what they say. But some have trouble with but also I feel like you can't became a real expert and too many things sure and those books. You know the people doing that already. So why should I jump on the point? I would certainly if I open to working. If there was Oracle's adding people be to work it. I thought it was when I would do it. And I'm looking at some other things including an oracle deck. We put pictures of it. I did a reading of it. I did on facebook and got a really great reaction way way. Back Seventeen seventy five. I think it only beautifully drawn Bob. Restored it so. We're looking at that possibility. Maybe doing that. You know that sounds sounds like a great. Have you come across a book to mark? Adams wrote a book eighth. A huge book is called the game of Saturn across that. Yes that's about the Sola Busca deck right. Yes exactly I have it. I have not beautiful. Reproduction it's great books. Yes I think there's a lot of time to do that. Conduct is very interesting to me. Because it's it's odd you know. I stack up because every card but so many of the pictures are similar variety. And also there's all these refugees all these names. I figured maybe I'd just ignorance you know but apparently nobody really knows what those names are. Absolutely yes and then. This is modern. Take that it's all comical but I'll read the subsidy if I'm convinced I wonder if there may be you know here's a great thing in the greater. The call is wonderful. Thing that you can do is you can make something up about something. It becomes real. This is a whole. It's a whole culture shift. Tara was totally made up. Seventy eighty one in Lamont primitive volume eight. I think it was and but then it became real. It became this mazing. Brilliant wonderful thing imagination becomes reality. Yeah and also you know the people in the nineteenth century a cautious. They did this great thing. They aligned to existing tuitions alchemy astrology particularly strategy and all the correspondences and the golden the tree of life and Kabbalah and did this amazing job and it became really came to light as a real thing absolutely absolutely interesting but at least it's very beautiful and nicely done book Have you have you looked at? Yeah absolutely so I mean mining. How does it work for you? I think is very old and very strange to me. Because you're saying I can't really connected to anything else but it's extremely beautiful. I think it's bigger market. The also does a extremely good job in explaining it and trying to find connections. It's a serious work but it's some things are really hard to swallow a interesting book. Well Rachel this has been a great our in your company. Thank you very much. Thank you I wish you best of luck for everything to come. Okay keep safeen does slightly difficult. Time goes through and thank you for being with us today and take. Care Okay. Great Okay thank you. Thank you memorial along Transformation by Mosser wilburn shipped from his CD opens the gates seven gates of transcendental consciousness. And we listen to three after seven gates today. Thank you very much Rachel. Polack for the lovely timed revere able to pass in your company. It was great to have you on the coast and she was. I can tell you so nice. Also in preparation of this podcast stint. She was fun to talk to. I think you got the message. Also when you listen to US talking right before we now to the end of this show and before I am going to announce you next week's episode. I promised you some extra treat. Didn't die okay. Well here comes to surprise on next Thursday so that will be may fourteenth. I will issue a very special episode. Where David Beth is back? You remember David Bethel. He was with me on episode eleven and on episode eleven after episode eleven. Both he and got so many questions from you guys. You are very interested in episode. You had many further questions that you're asking David and so he and I. We decided that we would do a little question and answer episode just for him and this will be just a very simple thing just interviewing. I'll say hello to you. Then I will do this questionnaire with him. He'll answer anti dust that in a very good way as you can imagine. He dons. Rose those questions that we selected and well that will that will be it will be no music no other things but it will be really a question and answer question answer session with an four. David Beth and I hope that will make many of you. Happy Great and Dan. Well yes and I still owe you the content of episode number twenty which will then be Sunday in episode twenty. I will will come. German occultist and artist Haagen Fund trillion. And your view. I'm sure know who he is. He's a German artist and occultist said he's working in a variety of media including Penn Netting paper collage and digital formats and his artists of course an expression and manifestation of magical states it's stays of awareness and also the use of magic esoteric tool. He was a key figure. Haagen was a key figure into nine hundred ninety s of illuminates of tunnel. Which is of course Cao's magic organization off the time. He was actually the section head for Germany so very interesting talk. We had and I'm happy to present it to you next week. Next Sunday on the seventeenth of May twenty twenty. But for now. This is the end of the show. I am really happy Ted to wear with me again today and if it was your first time I hope you will return and all the others have been here several times. Of course you have to return to write and a reminder become a patron have J. Guy Thank you for listening was great to have you and for now. I only say day care. 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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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07:07 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"God look enough people be with you in the room. We're both curse now. Yeah so everyone was copied that deck. You know degrees of skills so I don't know how many have you ever found out how many examples exist? I know? Robert Wayang had an example. Because he he did his own version of it. Robert Wind it that okay so at least one version floating around for someone to copy I. Don't they must be punished. You hear that time you know absolutely. I have to ask you about book. You mentioned briefly in the body off the goddess. It's called tell me about it so I listen. I in the goddess movement about spirituality that was not periodical that was not only intellectual not all abstract and removed from the physical world and so these things are all identified. Kinda interested in cave art and Monica and things like that kind of the idea that fan from different sources going into God's reading staff that religion with older than patriarchal religion the so-called great relations beginning some four thousand years ago that all seem to have male all male deities an all male authorities so finally that but also older levels where grounded in physical reality not rush actions right so I just. An said research led me direction. Some really wonderful material and became an things like landscape formations and how they became the goddesses body and certain kinds of landscape to see how they exist in different places and things like that and so that's kind of all and so. I decided to write a book about it I just. I can't remember why I write a book about it but I just became fascinated and I. I know part of it was excuse me travel i. Sometimes I did. It book called the New Tower which is different decks in the nineteen seventies. I guess and that was excused at people. Send COPIES OF CHARITY J. Yeah sure anyway but I figured okay you know if I do a book about the origins of religion you know I looked like I go to like ancient circles and prehistoric caves if I can find any and stuff like that and also is amazing places. I can claim I'm doing it for project you know and And so you know okay so. Try approach around the same time. It has a lot of that same. Sure that exact. But you're would you say that your way of storytelling in your fiction books has been influenced by your called works. Let's put it that way to be very blunt threat or or is around will actually. It's always both you know you can't separate the health work you know. Definitely I try to keep to new traditions. You know unless I try to ground it. And kind of pragmatic approach Much more magical than I see them. Reality Life Stories. I'll be really whole hog all. Ouch now like the originally given by God to the first humid stuff like that. I love playing with those issues but in my in my practice. I try to have a more like I say. Ground is kind of approach. People feel like some basis besides my own pension to make everything up so it's kind of partly scientific approaches. Well here in the struggle scientific. Yeah Yeah Okay. What's your Tarot Practice Nowadays How active are you and you reading a lot for people? I never eat as much as some people say profession. Because I don't push it that way. I don't need to be making that. You have to be prepared to do a lot of practical predictive work. Yeah and it's not what I do. I know I can do it. You know via I'm not that great. Add other people are better? I think I think other people don't do so. I try to say what I'm good at which is to go deeper and deeper levels and connect people to throw energy but also to traditions of Masala Sheen storytelling and so on like that. Nothing but do a fair amount of it. You know it comes. Some periods will do several readings a week evenings for two three leagues. It all depends on. Who gets touchy with me for a while? It was doing nothing and all of a sudden. It's picked up again. I think people are getting used to quarantines whatever they call it ask though they figure back and reach out to get a tower meeting doing. I'm doing that So there's that and then I do teaching. And they do lectures workshops and stuff like that people you know there's other fad at the same time often writing books. I'm lady doing books about Tarot decks okay nonfiction fiction nonfiction specific tax. Yeah I haven't been too many generalized because I feel like I said I wanted to say. Don't come up with a really new approach that I don't want to just do another books. Do another book about Tarot generally and probably there also is. I don't want to approach if you do something. New and Tarot a lot of people say no. I don't want that. I want the stuff that's tried and true so was as always outsold any other book I've written. That's the basic one for sure looked better and my reputation on. That's the one they want. WanNa read. I'm sure sure anyway. I'm very funny. I don't have the name of. I hope I'm not. I don't think I'm constantly too much but I was on some facebook group about Tarot cards. You know I guess they didn't know I was lurking there so I felt a little funny but someone said so. What do we think of people? Think Racial Powers post-surgery Susan Collins Wonderful Commerce and of course some critical comments which is always has to be happy sleep. Sure but there's one person said. I think this book was that good. I've seen the same stuff at other. Books Leveraging.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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03:52 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Anyway. They show up looking like nineteen thirties. Gangsters you know from a movie recycled and attack this. Let me be from the attacker. And then and then suddenly she takes out of body length could ucs repel. There's actually GONNA go. She's packing heat win obsessively Demi God is what are you. He says is Beautif. Logic says I am the holy sponge the imagination I cannot be. Destroyed migrate slogans. Like that is a good sentence. Holy spender the imagination. Isn't that always? I have to write that down because I young mazing figure he certainly are so but at the same time nevertheless also his character goes up told the other levels right but to me I always felt that that world of imagination is the primary world So imagination creates reality for you probably feel the reality. I mean you know because the purely hermetic principle to say that the spirit and therefore imagination creates material world. Yeah uneaten vaccinate the question. Not sure because you spirituel. Haitian physics the whole issue of why we can't put our hand through Iraq if it's all empty space tiny to atoms justin field. We should be able to do that. Yeah exactly exactly well good point some of those reasons I I know about the Bota which also is kind of relief and they ask from their students to if not straw their own Tarot because not everyone might be telling enough to do that but to this caller their own tarot with their own colors their own imagination. And so. That's the thing that's what's so interesting. Absolutely oh absolutely they call it they tell you. Make your colors. You're not supposed to choose colors. You think we're all right okay. It was in use exactly the right colors for them. Colors all have vibrator go gone. Certainly yes yes. And we'll see about that. Is Those sculler. Energies are not the same as chocolate energies directly through the nineteenth century cult. Madame Provost Ski. Yes yellow is the color of mind. Okay so but other nations. Maybe I was certainly wrong about their arteries. We've asked you to do your at to draw your own Tarot. Let's put it that way and What does that mean to you win when when does stand is that? I have not seen it. I don't know beyond that. Got Seen Golden Dawn. You're supposed to copy their deck. Yeah that's right now so you know a very odd philly about to go on. I feel like same time. Crab respect for what they did. I just basic intellectual achievement insert spiritual achievement imaginatively shemale the same time. It's also level works. It's really hokey. Yeah supposedly so great story came to be is that I think his I may be totally missed ramming. This is my memory. That money masters goes into a room. Mcgregor Mathis goes into a set of cards right and certain period of time later he comes out waving his complete set of joint. Tarot cards were given to him by. Magical Spirits Colorado. It's incredible how.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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04:27 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"While I'm going to back to that so that was around the same time. So that's how a lot of images were straight aboriginal. Which is so one of my absolute great traditions. I loved that so much even think about it cave art. You know which is a mystery but North American cave are of course yes but for more European. 'cause it's okay the oldest oldest and also the most developed certain way you know the most complex certain artistically sopping funny someone wants Rotimi. Can you tell me what we know about the pictures? Lesko cave and I wrote back and I said actually this question. It's really easy to answer absolutely nothing. All we can do is make guesses. Nobody wrote it down. No what had any way to convey what they had in mind. Sure so often we don't know but I just love it art. I just love it and I find it so fascinating and the guesses are great guesses often you know often. They're really stupid guesses. The all male hunting matching which is just ridiculous. Yeah anyway but so. Those are influences stuff that I was drowsy. That's what I put in my pictures. Okay that was different. Every other Tarot deck. I've heard of probably though the texted my way too but the ones I see is was planned. I had vague idea of what kind of things I wanted. But I did not say okay. So for the High Priestess. That's a look like this Multiple invented the minor cards major car was a certain conceptualization because I was working the tradition. But what what happened was I would just find a picture somewhere and say well. That's a cool picture. I'M GONNA makes us one of my Tarot cards adapted was sure. Sure so to me. It always had a kind of organic quality. You kind of felt by self. You now change for you. You said in the beginning you were influenced by the images and I told you a story told you a story now you are telling stories probably three or images to others which are necessarily a little different from what the Ryder tells those same people. So how does that doesn't create any or whatever you want to achieve with that. Well I left be of Eagle for people to have their machinations engaged by my deck by any back. You know to me that's the ground of it. All is imagination as an active. You know caught tradition. Imagination is the somewhat denigrated It's always seen as a low level you know. We have the lowest level ordinary consciousness beyond that of the more important levels which is absolutely the whole thing is a very tricky concept to me. I think yes I laid. The nineteenth century didn't trust the imagination. Get Beyond Canal for media. He who's never looked at that because he has a good for the trees. Step-by-step who owned cuddled book from Ethiopia. Also has you know that the level of machination just above a certain sense. Our daily life is called the immaterial. And it's the moon real doesn't around and he gives a great power and meaning no says very dangerous because she can lose. You can go crazy. You can get lost. You can not come back about. This is beautiful moment. Way Back. I think in episode two when heroin this college girl girl who discovers she can channel this series being called Prometheus so please permit the and she's this nightclub with his son to her this guy. Geyser magician has some in to demons from the show pronounced and he's sending them to killed his walking as he calls her and they get there. It's great because now one of them is clearly Humphrey Bogart James Cagney Robin.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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22:00 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Apply for a job at the center in Amsterdam the Cosmos Meditation Center the Cosmos Touchy Centrum. Anyway and so they interviewed me. And that's a great so I'll skip over the whole story. I got the job and so it. Okay now I have to really put it together to stuff so I got a blank book. Everything new but each card you know. Add so out of that class. I started really putting together a book. I was trying to sell novels and they wasn't getting anywhere. And because so Tara Book you know and my now is already lost kept sending to America. Well you know this Nicole see here maybe I can find a publisher here bookstore. I knew that it was an ESA. Carrick Bookstore sold antiquarian books and old books. Now they want their i. I was friends with the guy at the cash register. Who was American and I said to him. I'm writing a book on Tarot Cards of where I might sell it here in Holland you know said well we WANNA do it. It turns out they decided to publish new books. You know they did it. They published it and then they license the English company and that was the start of it. You know place in the right moment never been out of print since one thousand nine hundred eighty sold all over the world. Then he languages now. How many languages do you know somewhere around like cannon diameter now under stopping? Remember you fucking well that that's a great story have you. You always published both your novel fiction writing and let's say you're cult writing under the same name right. You never compare name forever and was it ever a problem. No no nevertheless I mean. Of course the Fisher. Writing idea is largely a fantasy fantasy science fiction literary fantasy so there have been very popular because you know the fantasy market people want dragons and magic market. People want stuff anyways. It's not far apart. The point was that the audience they have is on the audience. Go Tara how weird you know will but not that many you know vice versa. The Tara people fantasy so it's okay but it's Harris has always sold better than the than the fiction. What a lovely woman. It was really difficult for me to find the right moment for the break here because we kept on talking and we came from one to the next so I cut tear and I will repeat the last sentence that we said when we retake interview because that will help you all to find your way back into our talk but for the moment as I said time for some more music and it's again at track from that CD opened seven gates of transcendental consciousness by Wilbur Bursch. It and this second piece is called well after awakening. What comes next regeneration? So enjoy region ration- by Wilburn Bouchette mood A A only uh-huh read generation track true from open decision gates of transcendental consciousness. By master. Wilburn Burchett again. If you're interested in that music go to their website also means dot com and to show notes of this episode and dairy will find the necessary links to get it right now. Let's return to meet Rachel Pollack and to that lovely talk that we had together this time. We are also going to make distinctions between different types of Tarot approach and what he thinks about them and we continue to talk about life and her approach to things right and at the end of the interview there will be as always immediately search track music that we played today. End The third strike from this opening of our consciousness after awakening and registration third track is called transformation and as I said there are four more wrecks to come. That's not in this episode for now. We are back to Rachel Polack. But it's always better than than the yum fiction really. That's why dozing disease. I I don't know. I think because the Tarot Brock I think I found a kind of opening in the world that people had knocked on before and I wouldn't be find that That es seeing taking to level seriously one level is the traditional symbolism and mythology and everything else that goes into it and the other level is you know storytelling and people's psychological responses. I just went deeply into fan. I think people like that and still do if you had to define other ways of looking at the Tarot so you just described your own but are of course other other ways. How would you if you had to archetype Tim? How're you how you name or describe does otherwise? Well this is. I don't WanNa characterize individual people certainly not so the the strict cult correspondence way for sure. Okay yeah that's very major way which is a very traditional somehow well quasi traditional really but yeah it's very intellectual very check logical up. People don't understand the magic always technology Very personal matter which I kind of do sometimes but okay romantic. Traditions are scientific and technological people. Rebel against Apple. I'm not insulting them. I saying that just the opposite. You know saying that. This is a huge background. Their does that tradition. And then. There's the strict predictive tradition in people only interested in making predictions. Then as the you know using cards as psychic projections which is connected to force yourself. But it's not the same telling you done with formulas. Litter came along with you years ago. People loved it because they'd be psychics. Psychic petitions pretty what is set of Algorithms? Okay for a kind of artificial intelligence of psychic predictions don't have to be sacrificed to make predictions because only rules. They're making it. Assist your tenure develop. That's a little bit because I find that fascinating approach. I've never seen a future learmont. It says you had the reading out. We're begin what direction. Look and see what cards aware and then it says things like you know if this card appears this. Cardi means this and a whole bunch of things like that okay. Large and small right and so people who make people. I know people who do this. They make amazing predictions Noah also ever to psychically connect okay pictures. It's purely following the rules. And to some extent that that's the kind of intelligence yes but instead particularly long roster same thing people think it is Tara all emotional and forget it but that's modern a tarot from the same period nineteenth century. It's exactly the same okay. Fortunately telling said of formulas discarded that card. You know this. Get to Queens. That means this weight has that in the backs of pretorial key at some of those rules from some other sources you know. You know the detail. By Pushkin The lady of spades we know space and that of course purely that time as well and the same. I mean the whole story details about that queen of spades which becomes a real person then but it's technically the same as you're just saying that this tradition and then there's also People who just you know purely like this is some people who don't want to sign him but look I'll do is I'll say their psychic but often projecting their own their own ideas of what's what's up should be about okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah now that. At least that's my impression. Maybe I'm just being really no. Yeah absolutely they're also exactly and and that happens. Not only in other ways of fortune telling and drowsing or are all crying and you have that same phenomenon. Of course things are going on title carrying so you. You have concentrated on that one that you describe I I actually a little bit more if you can. If you don't want to tell me on on that more scientific technological on as you said because I saw the old nineteenth centuries region the golden dawn tradition etc because I find it fascinating what you say and I am absolutely busy. That is kind of scientific method. How would you? How would you describe as a little further well? First of all it's not readings securely about learning all these correspondences going beyond just studying them to be able to use them in various kinds of ways through meditation through traveling the World Through summoning spirits demons or so on these? That's also my limited because I'm not a practitioner of Atta great admiration for it but so my knowledge of what actually happens is just from reading what other people say happens with them I did a book on the tree of life but arm and handle as the arm into the tree of life painting the me to a book about it and I said learn. I not a tree of expert. You know it's not my field I know about it interests me. They said I said I don't really know. They said yes but you know me. Because he has a book on Runes and the artist's publisher hired had nothing to say but her is art talks about. Is it ruins in tradition and was very upset by this so I'm filling the book research? I knew some seth but to make a contribution. I did research on the tree of life in the not just in Kabbalah tradition and then I also WanNa make great sources for the Golden Dawn. Allison Crowe quickly. Crawley version is Wisconsin. Local media written by Alan Moore disagree genius of context and and joined by Jay Williamson Theory mccray and I've read. I've read that entire three two issues because his cabalistic three Susa capitalistic number. And the whole thing about four times. It's just wonderful. I mean depending that kind of stuff but but also it's not just bizarre. If you look at say I was thinking about this whole subset of well. I thought well okay shamanism. That's not a technology but of course it is. Yeah shamans study things have a whole you know they have the natural talent right of course also have this a definitely definitely and they know vastly more than the rest of the people around him now Just scientists knows not be the same rule of scientists and that person personal know vastly more than we know about that particular subject so yeah definitely awfully level which magic has a traditional kind of technological side as I say that great admiration. Yeah no I understand and very interesting approach but do you just mentioned Shamans and that brings me to my next question because I think you have design your own. Tarot I call it your own at Arrow a you you save. It's your own terra. The shining goal is there's only woman Tara was called and actually become. You're signing. Try Blades wrong. Can you be touted? All how old came into happening. Why changed name at some point and what people should imagine when they win without knowing it was the second one is easy so sunshine shine that and it didn't have a great success so we'd print and then decided I appreciate it. Let's do it again and so I got to make some revisions. Cars didn't was happy with I. Re- committee renewed four cars and other. I don't know six or eight in some changes right so I figured a new name would help but also I discovered that do it. People who thought it was feminist decker only Dax if I can review risque said that you had good qualities better kind of offended and it was only for women why we okay no nanotech and I thought what the hell fishermen in the deck. There's all kinds of male figure not a vast number but this is a significant number so the name just confused him into thinking him off with only the women weird so okay. Alcocer triglycerides meaningful anyway. Sure but why did you call first place? 'cause card to me seem like a goddess again so the name. Shiny woman is actually the title of the World Card took out the carpet. The dance the game know she's called shining woman. Okay Okay Okay. Okay came to so. I'm not sure at some point. I think I just felt like people trying to make their own taxes. I thought Welton Times messed. I've been doing this for a while. Now you know I was happy. I didn't think I could draw draw so I thought well. Let's do it like wait did it. You know really did it up ideas. I'll have an artist because I did a few crude little cartoon sketches you know and I look for an artist and I didn't get anywhere one woman. Did this gorgeous gorgeous work but then see much work. So he's he's going to start. What is going to do it fair enough okay? I tried a couple of people. They just wanted to do what they want to do. And I basically was the comic books. You're the writer you say. This is what's going to look like. And they do that. Atlay tip they're not going to change it. You know if you say. This person is dressed like a medieval hermit. They're not GONNA make it a lab scientist. Yeah sure sure artist thought they had the right to do their own picture and not I. That wasn't gonNA work okay. So then. Meanwhile I was. I haven't meeting with Nicholas. Anfal was yes. Sarah Gardner sure. Having meeting her in Paris and I had my prototype deck wasn't lv had probably only about the cards done. Let's do that one okay. So we did it. It was a great can really with very helpful to her and I told like I was looking for are no do it yourself you yourself. I said okay. If one of the world's greatest artists has much to do with myself I should like south really was so I started. Make Tig literacy really trying at the level. I want to do it. I could do it you know. Meanwhile my issues at that time personal interest in professional were in things like cave art show Monaco at various kinds of really like tribal kinds of art and this is for a book called the body of the goddess which is about the origins of religion..

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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15:21 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"It is something USA psychic power absolutely another example of Say New York City. I thought to myself out of nothing I just I thought. Gee I've seen Ferraris and I've seen Maserati Lamborghini. Get Shane the waiting room. But true lamborghinis anyway so I knew that about the Tara but nothing really want it. Was you know and then in high school I you signed around the library. Lots discover talking and they discovered the shelf obscure cult. Books really really heavy duty stuff or really strong no-holds-barred metric you know the time. It is what it was cool. I had no idea how incredibly strange that was what I think I did it. My mother worked in the library for a while and she really liked the head librarian. Who is very elegant Gay Guy? I mentioned that because it was really uncommon. Every say somebody was gay and my mother was kind of cool now. She said she liked him. So much idiots so he must have ordered these interesting books but to me they would just fun. They were just like funny symbols right and things I made a magic wand took this piece of wooden simples on. I didn't understand anything was when I saw that Jack. It really was completely unknown to me in any real way just like I said there was so mysterious. You know and if it hadn't been the right attack and have been in Marseilles Dak. I don't know what it would have done. Because they didn't have seen the people doing things you know it is very different. Absolutely is very much of course is not academics is wrong the wrong word but it's more it's drier. It's not as expiring. I would think right me. Yeah I said all those people who say is Tara Tara is different. You know if you know something. I've thought about very recently me writing about so. We talk about the Marseille tradition. Because all these different versions of it right and then with a right attack we talk about all. Its imitations cursing me that although stacks modified writer deck are now a tradition same way although Marseille checks are just because the writer Dak as a copyright and we know who made it you know. It doesn't mean that all the versions are just ripoffs on the writer deck. Absolutely absolutely tradition. Is this to me now. There the two major traditions of charity. Mitchum I say the writer okay. Okay and where would you put in that in that context? Really put things like this. Oughta take for example. I was just thinking the same thing actually. Yeah that's the golden dawn medication just darkest crisis. Oh what's his name before? The Golden Dawn Taylor obviously you know and and various other people before the Golden. It's the Hermetic Kalin. Caught the modern hermetic tradition. Yes getting Well IT WASN'T SEVENTY ONE. Seventy one was talked about but that was not the beginning. Yeah stacks were anyway. But so. That's the tradition. In which golden dawn came and the olden dawn producer Crawley Deck and various others serving? The light is all all kinds of smaller publications. Stacks now. The Golden. Don't what is call now? The traditional Golden Dante row is also related to the writer in parts and it. Well the Reiner Kate. How did it go on stuff was published Eighteen seventy anyway. I forget what it was later on. People assume two things I assume Riley was what the golden dawn looked like okay and they also assumed and can people still make this mistake. Which amazes me that alycia Crawley single-handed invented the entire system of correspondences astrology in particular with the Tarot cards you know over the cars and they still but we know that basically what he did was he adapted the Golden Dawn when he made a few countries of his own who you know basically swishing couple of positions otherwise. It's the golden dawn system that no one before Gary Him. You can't about the ticket. The office secrecy to be struck down. Dead revealed that before is regarded published material. Of course yes yes. So Crowley published the deck on his own name with a few changes truck. Down dead regarding. I guess you take chats Gardy. I don't really know about. This is my speculation that once regarded really determined from his research that it was not magically given this German woman. Yeah he figured okay to do it. Yeah I see what you mean. Yeah but I have a question for you because you said you very first contact you very inspired by the imagery and you are also an comic designer comic writer and designer and is your visual view on things. That's put it that way. Is that something that's has also today. Still a great in flint influence on the way you see accords real arrested only the beginning all a couple of things. First of all I get back to that beginning. Moment wasn't the thing is shepherd very first time was this is like a comic book because his pictures and words. Pictures are storytelling pictures. That's thinking about the riot ex. People still pictures that picture storytelling pictures. Yeah maybe one of those pictures a moment in the story who those people walking in front of that church in the Pentagon. Yeah why snow. What's going on? Yeah plus the guy has a little. So they're lepers. That's why they only let them in the shirts lepers. I was horrible where it anyway. So there's that to me that same idea of storytelling. There's always just comic book kind of thing I know. Yeah absolutely because that's the same background. Probably Yeah So. How do you approach set today? Don't approach it anymore because you so much by heart but what is it to you today. How has has that changed any? What way hasn't changed since then in the overdose fifty years? Well you one thing changes for a lot of people I do it. You really into the fortune telling thing and you have these formulas in books and it's really strange. How powerful that is. I started. We started being right away. It never occurred is supposed to study things. Memorize anything okay. Got The car to got the book. Let's do it you know so I read for. My friends is go there all having affairs. Mysteriously you know I just I had no idea this was not something I suspected and pretend pretended that this was in the cards. Anyway but over time you get more deeply into it and actually then you sort of learn more levels in depth but you also lose some of that story that some of that's psychic. It's not just from the pictures and easy than innocence that you lose when you possibly getting deep knowledge but I love to deep knowledge. I'm really happy that I can look pictures and see many layers of things but it's time to think it'd be kind of Nice to just be able to go back and discover all my friends and having affairs you know back I tell you what is the same in my profession. I was for two years in brain. The performing arts so I couldn't go to the opera theater anymore without having that professional. Look at it. And you lose that innocence and experiencing the play just as it is and it's probably the same for you when you when you look at the terrorists day right not just. Tara other things to watch movies on. Tv or go to the movies anymore if you're watching TV. A kimmy. I will see flaws in the plot. I will see things that don't work I will see. It doesn't fit and cut China after member not status because it annoys the people around me start looking that way. It's just to enjoy it. You know. And of course for them. Yeah my student. Teaching writing musical naturalism police. Because if the story was set like in the Middle Ages and the salary would say something like I've been tasked to find out what this crazy I say back then. I annoy them when I do that. She was saying but you see things differently when you've had professional involvement and stop the Yes and to certain extent spoil. What happens when you are as deep into something like the Tarot as you are? Is that the same thing that happens. I think so. Yeah Yeah What's interesting at the same time? I have to probably being arrogant because I often am but I think that the same time people have the background sopping up because we're special. We just have the background right now. We're also seeing things. Other people might not see or appreciating stopping kind of level. Sure appreciate a moment in a plot twist there isn't just cool but it's like amazing because you know I didn't see it coming or and also it fits so perfectly even those hidden. I suspect that that's so wonderful. You know do you know the TV show Doctor? Who does that in the modern? I've never seen the old ones but in the modern doctor who does a two part episode setting the library in the future and planet and assist shatteringly brilliant. And I watch it. I've watched it like four times. I've twenty two twice and just ought by it. People would be in the same way. What is how they take these amazing use fees and put them seamlessly together into one flowing story? Four five different things that other people would that would only be what they had. Nothing else without me. They appreciate that kind of level the same L. Appreciate the references. It makes the appreciate the way you can take me two cars and it'll make a story is open ended. Anything come next absolutely so but from seventy one so we are still and you had your first contact and you started to buy that book and read it from the book and to develop your own readings etc and how did how did it then continue from there to being the ground dumb as I said there. There is still some some past walk right. When was your your your seventy eight degrees of wisdom published in ninety seven? I believe that was published in nineteen eighty three and the ninety seven was the first one right so I must have a later three this it two too and I don't buy small presses and then the small press was acquired by slightly bigger small press and that small press was acquired by Harpercollins which is one of the biggest tub. And that's how it got out to the world. Tell You well let me tell you what happened so I got two cars right now enjoying them. You know Taylor Stamina would sit down with like a offense. We go for the pictures. Wanted to see what we saw in them. Now it's very important that day because I discovered I see things that were not there. See things that were there but probably not meant to be there over there right. I remember very specifically tailored pentecostal so very strange card. There's these people in archway. There was like unhappy family happy. But they're not communicating very much but outside the archway is serious old man and he's wearing he's got white hair is wearing this komen color. Yes very magical and then the only people from the archery recognized that people. Are the two dogs dizziness. It came back. The guys as a Becker and the only person. Krisha RECOGNIZE IT WAS. His dog was his dog. Exactly right and so that showed me gets. You can find stuff in those pictures. That's there but that probably was not specifically intended to be there. Do you think it is there for you that it was not the idea of designer. Who initially had these subconscious or in his in his mind consciousness. Whatever it's hard to now. I know that when I write a novel what am I right. A charitable cause snobbish working at your levels and then only when it's done and I can't mess with it I can't mess it up to discover what it's about and discover incredible. Things are so glaringly obvious. I knew it was not conscious of the time. Okay okay so I'm thinking scheme kind of level with some of the Tarot cards on some level dizziness was there but not consciously. That's my guess. But who knows anyway so that started me looking at beyond just the surface and beyond a book and so and then. I was invited to a beach house for a weekend and the woman who said original. Can you teach me the Tarot okay? So we spent three days on the beach. You know each card. Wow I actually know some stuff about this. You know. It's like so then then. I was living in Holland at time. And this is nineteen seventy six seventy seven. I had a great. Is Sean right shop? So we don't have too much work and they don't mind if you've often. It was cleaning a bar every day I was fired. I'd had some health problems and there wasn't doing great guy. Fires me four days before Christmas? I'm actually Jewish Jewish Christine job. You know and I thought when I when I teach Tarot cards you know what to do for job and so I wanted to.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"For that deck. Good luck really do six hours. Eight founders finally the second gotten so he kept one did not steal your steroid now remember so the first contact really was as as MD wanted was right. That's what you said. Actually it was really early. Nineteen seventy April. One thousand nine hundred seventy okay. Background was fifty years. Now yes it's happened additional. Yeah absolutely and it was. It was a good moment to do that. Is Really Range then that exactly? Yeah and so. It was the writer extended. What was your first one. Okay and but what impressed so much at the time? Was it the nation part or was it? The imagery just imagery. Did you know anything about the background? I'd heard of Carol. Remember sources. One was the wasteland by T S. Eliot I knew it from studying that and so it was reading some of the background material. It mentioned a little bit about the Tarot and also mentioned a book off from ritual to Romance. Jesse Western scholar was she claimed that the terror came from Celtic magical mythology and so then there was a popular theory. I knew something about it like that. Actually I have to tell you something. Funny that's okay having a call useless psychic power this is. I don't know what's happening until afterwards verified so useless allies. I was teaching college in Vermont and a bunch of US went to the town a secondhand bookstore which interesting that some college books anyway. So I get down thinking to myself self you know. Why would I wanNA find here? What would it be nice? Okay from ritual to romance by Jesse went. We've seen in forty years right and at least maybe one or maybe fifty years. Because I thought the College I walk in there..

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Imprint OF UNIVERSITY PRESS. They didn't have copyright it was basically. I love wise is ready that because I got the deck but you know with captain had authorized. They had to back off which is a shame. Sir You should get. It has aren't on the back tank and is gone it very valuable. It's very special. Sure it is yes. I'm sure they must not be very many copies around yet. A great story so I was looking at it and then that might I suck was stolen thought. My I was teaching at the university and left in my office and someone came and stole it and I was so amazed and years later I found out that this is bizarre tradition. That says you should seal your first Tarot deck. There's no we never heard that. It's very well really. I didn't know that until publisher told me about it. Barbara More Lou. Williams gave a speech about it when Charity Lakhan keen bookstores. Live people believe they were supposed to steal them? Okay even though it is in Treadwell's in Lundberg Stumbling. Tarot decks are behind glass. Yeah yeah now I know why. Yeah I know so I was looking around for another one was in Montreal. I think college teaching was near Montreal and found this like seller and he had like a sort of little kiosk selling all sorts of stuff and one of the all sorts of stuff he had was the. Us Games Tarot deck. And I thought well you know who knows maybe yes I said I said. I'm looking for kind special Tarot deck. I don't know if you've seen it. Maybe not and but it's like this. He said but on the back. It's a lot of people looking.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

20:51 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"TO RECEIVE YOUR MESSAGES O. We're up to twenty five patrons. Now it's been quite an increase over the last two months where we started off at eight and we're now at twenty five still only only one percent of of you who is a patron well. Well well yes. We have thousand five hundred listeners. Each week that's great twenty-five and I'm grateful for each one of them. Thank you twenty five patrons. But I'd be happy to be a few more. You know as a patron if you subscribe on Patriots you can also ask your special questions to our guest in advance and those questions will be answered only in the patron special version of this podcast and in the future we will also have some extra features in season five. I will start also doing some special episodes with discussions and features and roundtables and that first it will always be the patrons who will get access to that data runs later so you might consider that now the right moment to become a patron there is a special treat that I have to offer to you this week. This coming week on Thursday I will issue a special episodes but I am not telling you now what it's going to be. Well you will have to stay till the end of the show and after interview with Rachel Polack. I will of course let you know what that special treats on Thursday for everyone and for free of course will be okay so some music. This Week I've decided to Play AGAIN MUSIC FROM SOMEBODY. I really like and from somebody. You seem like because I got lots of Nice comments. When for the first time I played his music on episode six in season four master will burn Burchett. Moscow number sheds is a California former mail order mistake but he's also a musician and he has a very special way of approaching music and of thinking. What if for within the occult world within the spirituality and he teaches people listen in a very special way to music anti also wrote his special type of in order to have examples for that type of music can't you he mostly plays with his guitar. And some other instruments and you really liked that in episode six. I play three pieces there on episode twelve. I played the other piece from him so six twelve. I missed eighteen. We'll do it on episode. Nineteen that is today and we will perform three more pieces today. By Master Wilburn Bursch shed and those three tracks you're going to hear are from his CD which is called open. The Gates of transcendental consciousness. So the title is a program. Isn't it well? We only play the three. I wreck so we will only open three gates of transcendental consciousness. Here today but you might get interested in might go on his website. Maybe just Google but you'll also find all about it in the show notes and gets to whole CD and DRC has there. It's really bursted. It's lovely and very inspirational music. So we're GONNA listen to the first track now. The first gate of transcendental consciousness and this is called dawn of awakening joy A An Uh-huh a and over awakening from open the seven gates of transcendental consciousness. By master wilburn their shit. I hope you like it just as much as me and many other listeners. Here on this show. Okay now we are going to New York New York state and we are going to meet dare with Rachel polack. Somebody has called Rachel Round Dom of the Tarot and to win. I told her that she was laughing. But she really is. She has been a prolific writer. But not only in the world of cultism. She's a fiction writer and a science fiction fantasy comic book writer and she's also an expert on divinatory. Tarot she's also involved. In the women's spirituality. Movement booked body of the goddess is an exploration of the history of tomatoes for example and three of her novels have one or be nominated for major awards and science fiction dead fantasy field but she has also written that singly book. Seventy eight degrees of wisdom which has been one become one of the bibles of Tarot especially of Divinatory Tara. Tarot and we are going to talk about all of this about her life. How it all came to happen. Rachel was born in forty five in Brooklyn New York and so she has been around for a while and she's also recently one of her science fiction. Novels has been dramatized and be played. Techno PAG feminists sign fiction website. Exciting News for her and I think she's really fascinating person and she approaches. The Tarot is really special. She has for example written a book about Salvator Delis Rodak comprising full-page played for each card or she has created her own Tarot decks shining tribe to row creation of Virgin Tarot deck. So there's lots to tell about her but let us talk to her because she will tell us all about it and all is very interesting we will come back in about thirty minutes and we will play a second piece of music in the interval in the break of this interview but for the moment we now are off to. New York's and to Rachel lack here comes the interview. I'm very happy to welcome somebody there. Especially for us here. Today on the podcast. And I'm speaking today to Rachel. Polack. I don't think that our audience needs to be introduced to you. Rachel because you are one of the Legrand's dumb as somebody put it off the Tarot no sure and yesterday. Tara is only one of your sets one of your wings with you. Fly About of course. It's probably the one that we will talk about. Most here denied here on this Alzheimer's podcast. But you have many other things that we would like to talk about your writing your fiction writing your your comic designer as well. We'll talk about all that but before we start my first question to you is is. How did you become de Rachel polack that you are today? Where did it all start? How did how did. How did you come altogether? Whilst they're writing in the beginning. Did you have interests for? Does things like the Tara already as four year. Old Well Up to you. Where where did it all start interesting stories year? Old Slowly thought might be a false memory. You don't know but I thought that my first book I ever read was actually Dr Seuss's just our first book published it years before I was born and it's called something like to think I thought all on bilberry street right this up this little boy walking home from school his Daddy told him now. Make sure you notice that the interesting telling me. And on the way he just more and more elaborate fantasies and so the whole world is still to this incredible parade flying elephants in Russia's and he gets home install says so. Did you see anything? No I think that inspired me so much that book you know. Kasumi always imagination is paramount stories of paramount. So and I was riding pretty young age making stories always at Bishop's I try to read whole epic two pages into it. Who's going be completely plagiarized as well story but just kept age eleven so we had a little creative writing a couple of weeks or so in my English classes school. Stay already whole hog into that. I just you know everybody else is just go the store they go okay. Neither story story put the folder. I put my initials in big letters. In how famous star and Makishi like them but they're a little too dark already. Goes reading these stories? By robot doll books he wrote very dark sardonic stories. Absolute often done on the show outrage cock presents so right and those kinda stories of nationalism the at and sure was unhappy that they didn't end happily but Dr Seuss already. He is also a little bit twisted a little bit and actually it was very sad thing a few years ago. I hope it's not I would like to speak. It's safer. Probably someone uncovered some cartoony when he was young and and the Nazi period and it was his horrendous racist cartoon. I mean way over the top racist picture of his slave auction rarely in America disgusting. You know and and who knows what he was doing that and how it's hard hard to judge people so many years afterwards. We never know what happened to him. Then yeah but he has created for for generations of young people like green eggs and Ham. And all those things that are real classics. Okay so the writing was really there at I. Strive already wasted little twist into the dark side but when did you when did you realize that beyond or with writing there? Was something else like well. It ended up to be terrible. Probably it was more that something that you discovered in yourself. Well I had this. Great love of mythology and Fairy Tales. Always a kind of mythic level and a level of the fantastic fantastic and you know sort of ordinary tasks connecting to something deeper and I remember in college. I kind of self educated myself on all sorts of things as well in my classes and and the main one was mythology and it's different interpretations different scholars including Freud. Young Auto Ron apology and Joseph. Campbell was a great discovery. Mine sure all my life I discovered things and no one knew about and then he became this huge. Huge things was embarrassing. To pretend I didn't wasn't along I wasn't interested. In this token I discovered bookshelf and I was fifteen years old. No never heard for years. They'll never heard of it for years. I knew talking to people I told you we talking right. That was it was in college. I met someone and in fact I finished mine. Invited me to meet this woman. He was dating and he said Okay Rachel he said Okay. Get ready is that okay. Say why you're here to fan. And she said well. I'm a great fan of token he put together. That was wonderful anyway but So it was always sach my writing always under lying saying but then right around the same time that my first story saw nineteen seventy-one before that actually i. I was teaching at a college very very cold and the teacher said to me that if I gave her a ride home she read my Tarot Cards. Is it okay? And so that was my introduction to Tarot. I don't remember reading largest humoristic this incredible and what was incredible about it was not the not anything so teric or anything like that. It was purely the idea that hugh these enigmatic pictures And then a book that was supposed to spend what was just as mysterious and I just thought that I mean the car stays in. My mind was six awards and the writer so the people in the boat. Where are they going? Why their mother stories about you know? Are they added of the absolutely book? Said nothing about them being dead so I mean you know just fascinated me so I finally got it and I just just threw myself into it and then and then I just. I know very few books fan. You know who only available simple guidebooks this card means. This is like four lines or these obscure books tax. You had to have like you know years of study before you can read them because they made references that if you didn't know what the references were ahead of time you can possibly figure them out what you'll find at the time. Where would you find him in a bookshop or book? Because when you're calm why is was there. They're long gone bookstore. You could find those things you know but you could really also. It's very hard to find Tarot cards. This is just before. Us Games issued the writer tech. Okay so really. Before at that point you ask you capitalist Dude captain. Us Games kind of a genius. You know inspire genius. He saw it as a pure thing. That was only adventurous to a cultus. This could be something I could market this and make it a big deal and he. Did you know everything comes out? Everything that we know the monetary accountemps suit cap and having that inspiration and for a long time. This was really only dixit was around right pretty much a few. Is that right around the same time? There was a small version of the Tau Stack Tall Sake. Of course and then there was a few other things. It was an things that were spinoff takes on the writer. Dak couple were done before. Kaplan didn't he guk shoulder jobs? Business I started was published by. Weiser is fake..

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"You go on the thoughts. Hermes website which is www sauce. Hermes DOT COM. That is H. O. T. H. E. R. M. E. S. dot com. You will find all episodes. They are back to season one. This podcast has existed since April. Twenty seven teams. Those being the number of about sixty episodes that you can get there and as this is the case as the number of episodes is really increasing Some providers I will have to retire. Maybe season one soon from the podcast service that they offer because well there's no room there anymore and as you can find all previous episodes anyway on the website. I encourage you to come to that website. And listen there. If you're missing very early episodes on your provider okay We are now approaching by the way hundred hours of episodes. Isn't that something? Well not too bad also on the website you can give me some feedback and those of you who know me and who have given me feedback know that. I really like your feedback and I really tried to reply to each one of you. I think I haven't missed any one. Well if I did. I'm sorry but it was not intentional. So your feedback. You can send it either via voicemail on that very website. I mentioned or you can go to the contact for that. You will find dare but of course you can always do that. Also on twitter or on facebook on our accounts there on the saucer is podcast account as well as on the youtube account very can leave a comment and prefer just symbol email. That's even better. It's Info at thoughts. Hermes DOT COM. And I'M HAPPY.

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Podcast today is Sunday. Made Ten twenty twenty and is going to be episode nine of his past which is in its season for my is Rudolf. I am your host. I'm greeting you from the outskirts of Austrians lovely capital Vienna. Our guest today will be Rachel. Polack. And who knows racial knows that we are going to talk about Terro- and this is why this episode is also subtitled imagining Tarot. I'm very happy to welcome you all here on this Alzheimer's podcast. I hope you're doing well in those difficult times that we're all going through. I hope especially that you are healthy and safe and that this is also true for beloved ones and dwell of those who are in. Soro who have problems go through? I'm sure to Ho sauce. Hermes Cast Community Compassionate with you and thinking of You well today as I said we are going to talk terror and I'm sure that's a subject that you have so far also been rather missing on this podcast. I don't know why actually because it's such a central topic to watch. We talk about here on the western Esoteric tradition. Well it's been about time if you want to go back and listen to all previous. Well you know what you do you go on your favorite podcast provider or.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

09:01 min | 11 months ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"Our friend of the show. Sarah wanted to ask what are some of the first square comic characters out of all of the coming characters so I think the earliest one I have is from nineteen sixty eight. Do you have an earlier ones there. Yeah I have the ultra humanite which is a woman man. Monkey Situation Yeah definitely strange. Little strange old superman villain very rudimentary a understanding of Gender Dynamic Spec then of course but that was definitely an early take on a pretty clear character and then what do you have for the sixties. So I have captain his gums and his pervert pirates by S Clay Wilson in Zap comics from nineteen sixty eight. I'm not saying it was a a good thing right. But that was definitely a underground comic. That was super explicit sexually right and then you have the women's comics books trae Rasi Gay comics which is Howard cruse. Nineteen eighty women comics. They might have actually been like seventy two or something seventy one. Maybe but you know early and then you had ahead of course a lot of the people who are working on that went on into their own comics. Roberta Gregory and people like that. Has You know the naughty bits comic and that kind of stuff. Also of course love and rockets. We brought up multiple times. That's one of the earliest traditions of Queer characters. The ever made it anywhere close to a mainstream audience. I would say then you know then we start to get in text. DYKES DYKES TO WATCH OUT FOR YA. Bechtel that was nineteen two opposites sub sects super text. And then yes we get into a lot of subtext mystique misdee- he does denny. Constantine Richter and shatter star a lot of these became also outline or star. Who was one of the first came out but before four northstar? There was an incredibly stereotypical character. That was called extreme. No I believe that that name means stranger bizarre something just an unbelievably offensive ends of character. Honestly people did not enjoy that people were really upset about it and fair enough Tara from team titans not teen titans was alluded to perhaps. Let's have a romance on the horizon before the book was cancelled and then it kind of goes into northstar coming out who his whole coming out story was awful all full of stereotypes. You know his gay mentor. WHO HAS AIDS and is dying and the young kid and there's just all kinds of stereotypes barrier types in that and then of course as I've said before Northstar is almost completely written out of the book? He gets a mini series. A few years later where there is no mention of him having come out so it takes a long time for him to actually come out really after he comes out and then of course you know. Now we're in the modern age and then there's you know billions of other characters. Some of the other ones I. I just thought were interesting. I think I think a lot of these characters as having been out for a long time. And it's like Mike God. This is like no time at all. So Constantine was confirmed as by in nineteen eighteen ninety two when it was confirmed with one half of a line and the odd bloke and then nothing for a very long time Oliver. Yeah years years later years later we got Oliver ICEMAN. ICEMAN wasn't outed till twenty fifteen gene. A lot of characters like Moon Dragon Valkyrie. All all of those characters who are highly heavily closeted. That woman is fridge in the late seventies early eighties and then comes back as a lesbian in. Like two thousand eleven even so about women's only been around for you know the last eight years essentially we've seen a lot of growth obviously over that time but she was really. I believe one of the early examples of queer person who has is our own comic. WHO's in a mainstream situation absolutely Loki really became solidly gender fluid and buy it was implied before in two thousand fourteen? Yeah it's it's ridiculous honestly a lot of this stuff was incredibly slow moving and even characters our of course of course storm had a fling with Yukio. We were reading comics. Were storm was in a hot tub with Yukio playing footsie naked. You know but it was immediately not ever brought up again. So and you know Michigan Destiny Who every person knew that? That was a lesbian couple. It's really difficult to hide. Those two characters as being I mean you know maybe a lesbian and then gender queer couple or maybe a gender queer couple general but like essentially there's a queer couple right you know who at the time would have been considered lesbian and yeah we're only just now. We just now saw their on panel kiss for the first time and it was a flashback. So you know. We're still waiting through this stuff of Kitty. pryde still straight you know. Lay Charlie Quinton in poison ivy. Twenty fifteen they were confirmed that took years. And also you know they haven't and been able to make that story work except for in bombshells and then for a really brief time in the Amanda Conner Series and Both of those I think are great but it's really painful Foale to love those characters sometimes to see the way that they're written jug head was only confirmed as ace in two thousand sixteen and that didn't transfer it to the river. He's he's he's Allah Sexual Rhino and that stinks coagulate Trans Woman in Doom patrol. That's nine hundred ninety eight. I believe created by Rachel Pollack right away. Hi so as created by a Trans Woman Very interesting character. We're talking about her earlier. She is a sex worker. WHO has sex with rebus and then contracts contracts superpowers through their sexual encounter which I love and find weird? Different Times have a prophylactic exciting characters who died in the Sandman. There's that that's a big old list You know in hulking and wiccan. They were five. Sadly sadly was like early for this list. You know so you know now. We have America but we don't see enough of America America I'm sorry a lesbian who can kick star-shaped holes Mr dimensions and highs you. Princess in is like Latin x person. Yeah ye-yes she's the buzz. Where is this story yeah? Why don't always see more of her time? Yeah I think part of the reason. We don't see it for a long time is supposedly you know word on the street is marvel for instance had a no gays in the Marvel Universe Verse Policy Under Jim. Shooter's eighties tenure. Right or just the comics code in general so we can say yeah. Jim Shooter wasn't budging on that. But that was definitely something that we can't boil L. Down to being one editorial decision for sure for all of the editors had a fairly anti-woman approach for a long time. Not I'm not gonNA say all of them. I'm sure there's great great dude's not all men or whatever but it wasn't move. Yeah the facts. Don't always back you up on that. Not all men thing thing but I will say that someone worse than others and I also will say that any kind of hostile misogyny is probably going to reflect how you view queer people as well so if you're already hostile to women you're probably not going to be super accepting of gay people and it doesn't seem like there was a lot of acceptance during that time or even into the nineties. Uh even into the now you know we still struggle to get this representation so absolutely and I just don't WanNa leave them off because they end up being like kind of acute power power couple is midnight or and Apollo them. Yeah and they ended up parenting together. which is pretty cool? Yeah there's story is really hit and miss because you have people like Mike aac Millar. Sorry Mark Millar writing them but You Know Damn I don't know what to say sometimes it's Q.. Like I'm here for when he not in writing it. I have that ability. We were talking about this on a different episode where ability when whenever gene comes up like fine up with some blinders on. It's me was queer characters. Yeah good character comes up. I'm like this is great. I just love people so badly. Yeah Apollo midnight are iconic and they certainly were characters that were outside of mainstream. But yeah we were talking about like Pearla and stuff imprint. As a character who after years and years and years was outed as being sexual and end got a girlfriend and it was really gosh darn cute and it was actually kind of the best story for her because it was after a really long time of people dismissing her and then she had this kind of interesting queer personality that we got to see a lot of all of a sudden added all of this dimension to her. That's kind of the thing that people forget is when you are taking a character. That isn't very well known or it's a character who's been thrown under the bus a lot of times that we don't see a lot of like if somebody like Van Perla who's regularly dismissed. Part of her story has always seemed very queer and so to add the queasiness adds so much to her character. Because it's almost like a block is being removed from them right totally. I I feel exactly. I felt with Loki. Yeah about ICEMAN. He's wrong characters that after years and years of subtexts we finally get these better better stories with them in the way that they got to have better stories is the way that a lot of us get to better stories inspire coming out of the closet..

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's university research and artistry at northern Illinois university a day, when students show off their hard work at the end of the semester. Travis pecan is a senior in sociology at NYU. I did my research on the usage, obtainment and selling practices university campus. His survey of two hundred sixty six and you undergraduates showed more than fifty eight percent had used marijuana on campus with more than half buying it off campus after spending a semester, crunching the numbers, but can is hesitantly supportive of legalizing recreational cannabis as long people using it safe and not letting it affect what the really here for is. That's getting university education opinions were mixed in the research, and artistry crowd things could get done with tax money, outweigh the negatives of recreational marijuana use shit state, you legal, because like when people take marijuana, they're not like aware of their actions. I have very strong opinions against it, particularly, I don't use it personally. But yeah, I'm still kind of doing research on it. I think it helps people with different things that they're dealing with in their lives. Students Danny Owen machine Shaya and Rachel Pollack, and Tiffany, Scott apparent of then I use student it's like that on a lot of states. So why not allow annoy why not Eleanor Hilo McVeigh is the research editor for marijuana business daily? He's based in Denver, but as a native of Atlanta, Illinois a small town near Bloomington. He has a special interest in the debate over recreational cannabis in his home state, given the situation Illinois with, you know, a democratically controlled house and Senate in a governor that, you know, made no qualms about his willingness to glides recreational marijuana in the state. You know, I think that does go along with this shift in American's attitudes. Mcveigh says he's analyzed years of national polling by Gallup in the Pew Research Center, support for legalisation has risen steadily over the years with a sharp increase recently he says. Overall, it's at sixty percent, although most of the polling didn't distinguish between medical and recreational cannabis. We've seen support rise across political parties religions, education levels, racial and ethnic groups gender. They've all increased. So when did change in attitude from the days of Reefer madness and just say, no McVeigh says there are two major reasons driving mainstream acceptance I a shift in how the media portrays cannabis coverage, you know, moved away from marijuana in the context of drug trafficking and abuse throughout the eighties and nineties, and then they also found an interesting shift in American's attitudes towards the criminal Justice system. Marijuana legalization is a social Justice issue. But by no means is America. Ready to welcome joints next to cigarette. Packs, marijuana edibles next to twinkies or THC Veith, cartridges at the liquor store McVeigh says there will always be some who oppose legalization on moral grounds, but most of the opposite. He-here's has to do with traffic safety and use by teenagers. Other people, you know, they see it as a kind of a government endorsement of a drug, so while they may not believe, you know, people that use marijuana should be put in jail. They also you know, don't want stores popping up and, and promoting its use, like they says, Illinois has bigger hurdles than public opinion. If it's going to proceed with legalizing recreational marijuana. He says Illinois lawmakers wanted to take full advantage of cannabis created revenue, stream, they'll.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Found our YouTube channel, you need to go to YouTube, and search JV Johnson subscribe to it, click the bell icon, which gives you notifications. The let you know, when we stream live, and when we upload new videos, there's an archive of programs there, plus special bonus material, it's all at JV Johnson YouTube tonight in our first hour we're talking with Cassandra snow. She is a terrible card reader, a teacher and writer, her website is Cassandra dash snow dot com and her book is called queering the Tero Cassandra tell us what the book is about. Yes. So I wrote this Terrel book to be really good for both beginners and more intermediate or advanced readers. Am I wrote it because, as a queer person myself, even though I have always loved and connected to the tarot. I felt like there was some disconnect between maybe what a standard interpretation of a card would be versus how, you know what it meant for me in my life. And when it showed up, and I didn't think that was knowledge that I should just like, hang onto. So I started writing an article series and that got picked up by a few different outlets and eventually got picked up by my publisher Weiser red wheel and the book goes through card by card getting some of those alternative interpretations, and I worked very hard to come up with those interpretations or sort of discuss them, and sort of deconstruct, the tarot, while also I think staying true to the heart of a deck or the heart of a tarot deck. You can learn terro with Justice spoke or you can read it alongside with other ones. And I teach mentioned earlier. I teach a little bit differently when I teach one oh one I sort of teach people how to look for the narratives and the arts and the tarot themselves and you see some of that in the book as well. So I think for anyone regardless of your sexual or gender identity. It's a good book to get some different perspective on how you can learn or connect with tarot cards. We have some callers waiting hold. We're going to get to those calls in just a moment with questions. But I want to clarify what we're talking about here. Does your book offer a unique perspective on what the cards say in how they read a based on someone's sexuality? I would say sexual sexual or gender identity the well as like the experiences there in so like the experience of being in the closet or the experience of some of the things that are common in our community that you like I said, wouldn't necessarily just be able to pick up a deck and see if you weren't looking for it. So based on that kind of connects to what we were talking about before, based on a person's individuality. The cards could mean something slightly different or entirely different based on that individuality. So is that kind of the same thing here? This is just but this is a gender identity or sexual identity focused. Yeah. No. I think that pretty good. Okay. All right. Let's jump phone lines. A question here from jasmine Jasmine's in Boston. Hey jasmine, welcome to the show. Hi Jamie, I Ryan 'cause Sandra. But you're on the show because I had a question. Regarding reading for people that are LGBT. All right to I read this one book by Laura Clarkson. And she uses a page with a Queen to indicate like a game now or page and king for like an older like levian woman, or something like that. And I was wondering if you use the page in conjunction with like another court cord for the various types of, you know, gender. Types. I specifically don't I would at least not card pairing like that I will say, I myself, non binary and you know, what the king and the Queen, we have sort of typical masculine and feminine energy there. So I usually use the nights or the pages to represent binary identities. But I think in terms of the difference between what she's doing and what you know, maybe the way I or someone else who writes about it might write about it. Terro is very personal. It can be very individualized. And so I think the best way to figure out what works for. You is to read a few different things. And then do some experimenting just to see what works best for you with your deck. Oh, okay. I was wondering are some. Better in terms of, like, oh, raider way is kinda so generic, but it was wondering is there a deck, that's say, not typical like not like the road or weight, or the, the Marseille duck, whatever that you can use that you feel? Better than energy is more geared to that. I do I have several by queer creators. And so, I think that's definitely something to look for if you're wanting to have a more experience for marginalized person, whether it's an LGBTQ plus person or whether it's, you know, a POC, or someone who is both, you wanna look for a deck made by someone that fits into that identity as well, for me, the MO the ones, I use most often that are still in print. Some of the ones I use, unfortunately, are really hard to get a hold of now but they a lot of them are independent decks. So most of them are made by you know two or three terro makers, but there's a really strong, sort of resurgence of independent decks right now. That is absolutely amazing, the ones that I use that are independent most often there's one called the newness terro by an online friend of mine who lives in Seattle, and that one is really inclusive in a lot of different ways. But comes from very gender clear perspective. I also use Christie road is an amazing like punk musician and artist. But also made this incredible tarot deck called the next world girl. But sort of post-apocalyptic, and I don't know it's just really cool. Those, you can both still get Christie wrote who did the next tarot is also a person of color, because I know a lot of times, people will ask me. About decks for that in terms of mainstream dex ones. I think you could just walk in somewhere in by the modern spell casters Tera does a pretty good job. There's definitely some same sex relationships in there. And then the one that illustrates my book is not out quite yet, it's called the urban Perreault. And it's coming out from I believe US games, I could be wrong about that. But it's called the urban Perreault and it takes the idea that not only are those decks, you mentioned a little generic and a little outdated. They also our best at the people who like live in more rural areas or something like that. And this was really created from like, well, how do we do magic and tarot like in the city and reflecting that so that one really cool to jasmine, thank you so much for the great questions and the call from Boston. We preach. Appreciate your listening, forgive me Cassandra, if this is a bit of a naive question, but is there something inherently biased discriminatory about the cards themselves is, is that something you address there, too? It's definitely something I address in my book, and I think when I started reading I had a lot of blind spot. You know, I was a white person growing up in the south in the closet, what I went into the world and I didn't live there anymore, and I was out. I did start running into some stumbling blocks in the tarot. For those who don't know anything that are listening. It's created on sort of system or a framework. So that's a little bit different than like an oracle deck, which is just completely created by the person who made it. So there's four suits and they run a ten and then page night, clean king, and that court system, I think, is a little bit inherently it certainly binary, it certainly leaves out, people who aren't, you know, gender male or female certainly the decks that were brought up on that. Call are. Very white as well. And I think representation is so important. So, I think it can just be very isolating for someone to be in what should be the sort of intimate connection, but not actually seeing themselves represented in the cards. And so I think those are the two big things for queer people that court system as well as a few other cards, pose a little bit of a problem. And then, like I said, for POC, they're just that representation in art just wasn't there when they started mass producing tarot decks, but it is now and I'm very glad for that. There's a lot of really beautiful decks, that are primarily PSE, or that are made by queer people or something like that. What are some of the tips, you have, whether we're talking about someone who would gravitate toward the, the deck you just described or maybe a more traditional, what are some of the tips, you have for somebody who's just beginning to read for themselves? About that selection, you mean or start with deck selection, and then in in practice in naturally doing the readings. Yeah. Those are both great question for deck selection. This is sometimes really difficult. If you can find a store that has a Decca demos, I would honestly go there and like rifle through some deck. See what feels good to you. Even if you don't find the deck, you'll know like what art styles you like art byles? You don't etcetera from doing that? And then you can have an easier time. Maybe finding something online, you know, I, I am clear reader, and I'm known primarily for my writing from that perspective. And some of the decks, I use are very traditional and very old fashioned, and there really is a matter of just what connects you or like you connect to, I should say, and what you feel like. You could do a good job with what you feel like you could read with from there in order to have sort of a very twenty nineteen understanding of the cars, especially if you did pick up a more traditional deck, I would pick up some more modern books like I'm not gonna plug my own book, but there's a few others. There's also modern terra by my sheltie, and there's one called seventy eight degrees of wisdom by Rachel Pollack that is very traditional. But her book is very classic. In a way that I think the tarot sort of amd for, but missed a little when it first started being mass, so those are sort of some of the books, I would suggest in terms of learning to read in ways that are.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Reading for people that are LGBT. I do. I read this one but by Larry Clarkson, and she uses a page with the Queen to indicate like a game or page and king for like an older like Levy woman, or something like that. And I was wondering if you use the page in conjunction with, like another card for the various types of, you know, gender. Types. I Pacific -ly don't, I would at least not card pairing like that I will say, I myself, non binary and you know, what the king and the Queen, we have third of typical masculine and feminine energy there. So I usually use the nights or the pages to represent on mine area identities. But I think in terms of the difference between what she's doing what, you know, maybe the way I or someone else who writes about it might write about it. Terro is very personal. It can be very individualized. And so I think the best way to figure out what works for you to read a few different things and then do experimenting just to see what works best for you with your deck. Oh, okay. I was wondering are some debts. Better in terms of, like, well raider way as kind of generic, but it was wondering is there a deck? That's let's say nut, typical like not like the raider way or the, the story, Mercedes, whatever that you can do that. You feel. Better energy is more geared to that. I do I have several by queer creators, and so I think that's definitely something to look for if you're wanting to have a more authentic experience, for marginalized person, whether it's an LGBTQ plus person or whether it, you know, a POC or someone who is both, you wanna look for a deck made by someone that fit into that identity is well for me. The MO the ones, I use most often that are still in print. Some of the ones I use, unfortunately, are really hard to get a hold of now but they a lot of them are independent. So most of them are made by you know two or three terro makers, but there's a really strong, sort of resurgence of independent decks right now. That is absolutely amazing. The one I use that are independent most often. There's one called the newness terro by an online friend of mine who lives in Seattle, and that one is really inclusive in a lot of different ways, but comes from a very gender perspective. I also use Christie road is an amazing like the Shannon artists, but also made this incredible Pero deck called the next world Pero sort of post-apocalyptic, and I don't know. It's just really cool. Those you can still get crispy wrote who did the next role tarot is also a person of color, because I know a lot of times people will ask me about that, for that in terms of mainstream dex ones. I think you could just walk in somewhere and by the modern spell casters Tara does a pretty good job. There's definitely some same sex relationships in there. And then the one that illustrates my book is not out quite yet, it's called the urban Perreault. And it's coming out from I believe US games, I could be wrong about that. But it's called the urban Perreault and it takes the idea that not only are those you mentioned. A little generic and a little outdated. They also are best suited the people who like live in more rural areas or something like that. And this was really created from like, well, how do we do magic and Tara, like in the city and reflecting that so that one really cool to jasmine? Thank you so much for the great questions in the call from Boston. We preach appreciate you listening. Forgive me Cassandra, if this is a bit of a naive question, but is there something inherently biased or discriminatory about the cards themselves is, is that something you address there, too? It's definitely something I address in my book, and I think when I started reading I had a lot of blind spot. You know, I was a white person growing up in the south in the closet. When I went into the world and I didn't live there anymore, and I was out did start running into some stumbling blocks in the tarot. For those who don't know anything that are listening. It's created on sort of a system or a framework. So it's a little bit different than like an oracle deck, which is just completely created by the person who made it. So there's four suits, and they run ace through ten and then page night, clean king, and that court system, I think, is a little bit inherently it certainly binary. It certainly leaves out people who aren't, you know. Gender male or female, certainly the decks that were brought up on that. Call are very white as well. And I think representation is so important. So, I think it can just be very isolating for someone to be in what should be sort of intimate connection, but not actually seeing themselves represented in the card. And so, I think those are the two big things are queer people that court system as well as a few other cards, call it a little bit of a problem. And then, like I said, four POC, they're just that representation in art, just wasn't there when they started mass producing tarot decks, but it is better now and I'm very glad for that. There's a lot of really beautiful decks, that are primarily POC, or that are made by queer people or something like that. What are some of the tips, you have, whether we're talking about someone who would gravitate toward the, the deck you just described or maybe a more traditional that what are some of the tips, you have for somebody just beginning to read for themselves. About that collection. You mean or start with deck selection, and then in in practice and, and actually doing the readings. Yeah, good. They'll look at both great question for deck selection. This is sometimes really difficult. If you can find a store that has deca demos, I would honestly go there and like rifle through some deck, then see what feels good to you. Even if you don't find babe Dak, you'll know like art styles you like art style. You don't at cetera from doing that, and then you can have an easier time, maybe finding something online, you know, I, I am queer reader, and I'm known primarily for my writing from that perspective. And some of the decks, I use are very traditional and very old fashioned, and there really is a matter of just next to you, or like you connect to I should say, and what you feel like. You could do a good job with what you feel like you could read with from there in order to have sort of a very twenty nineteen understanding of the cars, especially if you did pick up a more traditional deck, I would pick up some more modern books like I'm not gonna plug my own book, but there's a few others. There's also modern Tara by Michelle tea, and then there's one called seventy eight degrees of wisdom by Rachel Pollack that is very traditional. But her book is very classic. In a way that I think the tarot sort of amd for but missile when it first started being mass produced. So those are sort of some of the books, I would jets in terms of learning to read in ways that are inclusive beyond the studying we talked about, I think pick each card and think about what you know about the card but look at it and really try to connect with. Each card individually do some what is called. Tarot journaling where you take notes about how it shows up throughout your day or not. And try to find the personal connection. You know, terro devotion any sort of psychic ability. It's very similar to our in some of the ways we brought up but it's also similar to art in that age should be personal. And you should have your own point of point of view, and your own perspective on it for the biggest tip is just taking the time and having the patience to do the internal searching and coming up with those stories and that point of view that are going to help you learn the card better. What do you want readers to take away from the book? They buy. They read it. What do you want them to walk away with? I want them to walk away. Feeling like they know how to address some really hard and tough stuff that maybe they didn't before when they're doing readings and also I want them to take away. Like there's not one way to repair. There's not one way to look at a card that it really is about bringing in your own intuition, and your own experiences your own Monday experiences that you've had and sort of blending that all up. And like the blender that is our brains. And so learning that there are different styles, and different methods, I think, is a really important take away from the book. We're people get a hold of the book. Anywhere. You buy books in order it for you. It is on Amazon. It is on India bounded is at Barnes and noble dot com. It is on wiser own website. If anyone follows them and then, you know, I'm seen it and regular bookstores, I've seen it at a Colt shop, I hope that it is also showing up at like DBT plus stores that also carry books and I think that it probably is I haven't, we don't have a great one of those in the city where I live. So, yeah, those are. And if they don't have it they can order it for you. And that actually helps me a lot 'cause people order, at the register the bookstore says, oh, hey, maybe we should carry them, which, obviously having the visibility of having in the store, helpful. So even if they don't have it ask them to order it if you don't wanna go through all of. That just Amazon is fine at right there. You. So you also do readings and stuff for people. If someone was interested in pursuing that with you. How would they do that? Philip, you live in the twin cities in Minnesota or nearby. I read at the I afforest metaphysical twice a week Sunday and Wednesday. And I'm going to start at the future, which is newer metaphysical shop expanding in late June. Otherwise, I don't have any phone or Skype offering unfortunately. But I do have Email readings and you just go to my lips light to grab those because Sandra dash snow dot com. Great, thank you for spending time with us tonight, Cassandra. We appreciate you. Helping us understand this particular angle to this, because it's kind of a new discussion. I don't think we've had this before great. I'm glad to be here and. The for fun. Thank you so much for having me. We're gonna take a break, come back. We've got more ahead in the next hour. We'll be bringing in Chris James, and Chris will be talking about his paranormal experiences that he's actually included in a book that he's written. It's beyond reality radio. We'll be right back. This. Sarcoma. Never heard that word before for the forty people diagnosed with sarcoma everyday. My changing in Tennessee, because sarcoma is cancer sarcoma,.

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"rachel pollack" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"rachel pollack" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This week, we are looking at what legalization of cannabis could mean for the state of Illinois in for its residence Susan Stevens. With w j in DeKalb reports attitudes are changing about cannabis use. It's university research artistry at northern Illinois university, Damon, Stu. The show off their hard work at the end of the semester. Travis pecan is a senior in sociology at NYU by research on the usage of payment and selling praxis, a university, campus survey of two hundred sixty six and you undergraduates showed more than fifty eight percent had used marijuana on campus with more than half buying it off campus after spending a semester, crunching, the numbers can is hesitantly supportive of legalizing recreational cannabis people using it safe and not letting it affect what the really here for is. That's getting a university education, opinions were mixed in the research, and artistry crowd things could get done with the tax money, outweigh the negatives of recreational marijuana use shit state, you legal, because, like when people take marijuana, they're not aware of their actions. I have very strong opinions against it, particularly, I don't use it personally. But yeah, I'm still kind of doing research on it. I think it helps people with different, you know, things that they're dealing with in their life, students Danny owned machina Shaya, and Rachel Pollack, and Tiffany, Scott apparent of us student. It's like that in the lot of states. So why not annoy? Why not annoy? Mcveigh is the research editor for marijuana business daily. He's based in Denver, but as a native of Atlanta, Illinois a small town near Bloomington. He has a special interest in the debate over recreational cannabis in his home state. With a democratically controlled house and Senate in a governor. The made no qualms about his willingness to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. You know, I think that does go along with this shift in American's attitudes. They says he's n lies years of national polling by Gallup and the Pew Research Center, support for legalisation has risen steadily over the years with a sharp increase recently he says overall it's at sixty percent although most of the polling didn't distinguish between medical and recreational cannabis. We've seen support rise across political parties. Religions education level, racial, and ethnic groups gender. They've all increased. So why the change in attitude from the days of Reefer madness and just say, no McVeigh says there, two major reasons driving mainstream acceptance I a shift in how the media portrays cannabis coverage, you know, moved away from marijuana in the context of drug trafficking and abuse throughout. The eighties and nineties, and then they also found an interesting Histon American's attitudes towards the criminal Justice system. Marijuana legalization is a social Justice issue by no means is America. Ready to welcome joints next to cigarette. Packs, marijuana edibles next to twinkies or THC Veith, cartridges at the liquor store McVeigh says there will always be some who oppose legalization on moral grounds. But most of the opposition, here's has to do with traffic safety and use by teenagers other people, you know, they see it as a kind of a government endorsement of drug. So while they may not believe, you know, people that use marijuana should be put in jail. They also you know, don't want stores popping up and, and promoting. Its use Illinois has bigger hurdles than public opinion. If it's going to proceed with legalizing recreational marijuana. He says, if Illinois lawmakers want to take full advantage of cannabis created revenue. Stream, they'll have to license, hundreds,.

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