The Tarot Forum

Stephen Contrado, B.A., Th.M. -- Tarot Cards, Paranormal Studies, Ancient Religion


PURPOSE. This website is devoted to free thought and psychological development. We will explore occult and parapsychological issues. Our topics will range from ancient religion to modern mediumship. We will study the lives of psychologists such as Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung and psychic researchers such as Nandor Fodor. Our aim in the Tarort Forum will be to motivate ourselves to become more conscious of our purpose in life and our significance to society. We start our journey like the tarot fool leaping foward into the unknow with the dog jumping and barking at his feet. Our material possessions may be limited but our psychic resources are infinite. We will become the tarot magician, able to transform sluggish matter into vital powers. Our true self is the oracle that we sound.

GETTING STARTED. Our Forums are open to all. We hope you will read and post material. Please feel welcome to express your interests and voice your opinions. We will do everything in our power to enlighten you.

RULES. Please use common sense in how you express yourself -- no derogatory or obsene language will be tolerated. Try to state opinions in a positive manner as this will facilitate your own personal progess and help other readers.

CHAT BOX. The Tarot Forum has the Meebo chat box. (It's the Internet bar on the bottom of the pages.) Our members can instant message each other when they are visiting Tarot Forum. They can even link their instant messaging on the Tarot Forum to other social networks (Facebook, MySpace, etc.) and chat with friends on those networks as they read and work on the Tarot Forum. So the Tarot Forum is a social network. Members have their own profile pages. They can comment on posts and send each other e-mails. And they can chat on the site. Feel welcome to chat with members and friends using our chat box as soon as you become the newest member.

GUESTBOOK. If you are currently handicapped by writer's block but nevertheless want to show your support, feel free to sign your name in our guestbook. -- Stephen Contrado, B.A., Th.M., The Tarot Forum Administrator

Tutankhamen. fl. c. 1355 B.C. King of Egypt, 18th dynasty, tomb discovered 1922.