Today’s image serves as a notification that I have added a new page to Implied Spaces – The Keltic Layout for the Tarot : Plot Structure. Claudia McGill had expressed interest in how the Eden Gray Keltic Layout can be used as a writing prompt, I finally have the page up and properly linked. The layout contains elements of both plot outline and the character sketch. Check out the page for more information.
NOTE: The image, one of my early attempts at creating a Tarot card, is from What if Wednesday: Travelling to The Knick of Time , which is found on my blog, Dark Pines Photo.
Asemic Tarot 1 – Intersection Tooshna#-bib0ski-c/ha
Asemic Tarot 2 – Roar chah!k perogies
Asemic Tarot 3 – Oregano Anishinabe &*^
Asemic Tarot 4 – Basilikatata Vectorible ᐅᒃᐱᒃ-urgnto*?h
Asemic Tarot Background & Uses
Asemic Tarot cards are distinctive in non-being. There is no accurate meaning/interpretation for any card, nor is there any formal layout. The ranking is capricious, as is the size and shape; they do not fit any standard. The names are a blend of real and alternative languages using a mix of cultures and symbols. For example, ᐅᒃᐱᒃ is an example of the Inuktitut constructed script.
Note that the back/front side of the cards are comparable to an inner side of a Schrödinger box. You won’t know what it is until – see it, perhaps.
The most often displayed sides can be used for kitchen sink clairvoyance or getting rid of earworm melodies. They are effective tools in holistic detection of random events and objects, as well as helpful in remembering words/names you forgot you knew. They can also be arranged to present a possible map/chart to something or other, maybe.
The cards are very effective at anticipating/remembering alternative timelines, and ruptures in Hypertime or Déjà vu. It is best to record any insights using Doodles, Surrealist Automatism or Glossolalia.
I go out walkin’ after midnight
Out in the moonlight
Just like we used to do, I’m always walkin’
After midnight, searchin’ for you…..
I walk for miles along the highway
Well, that’s just my way
Of sayin’ I love you, I’m always walkin’
After midnight, searchin’ for you……
Songwriters: Alan Block / Alan W. Block / Don Hecht
walking after midnight
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