Thor Halvorsen Divination, Symbology, Culture and identity

Posted on

Follow Us!
Facebooktwitterrssinstagram

Join Tchipakkan and CTCW speaker Thor Halvorson as they talk about divination as an approach to tarot, symbology, culture, and identity. There are not quite as many ways of using the Tarot cards as there are those who use them (although some might say there are more, as many of us use them in more than one way), so let’s look at a few.

We’re going to try to cover active and passive divination, active including scrying, tarot, reading tealeaves, runes, trance, etc. Talk about philosophy, history, cultural impact, symbolism, intuitive vs more intellectual approaches, divine interaction and natural divination, and we’ll probably jump from one to another of these subjects. Please feel free to call in if you have questions:

 

Thor is a Deaf, Norwegian-Welsh, Poet, Musician, Pagan, Wiccan, computer-tinkin’-sci-fi fella; Military Brat, lived in Korea and Germany (traveled around a bit of Europe too), Clergy, Educational Interpreter, Poet, Reader of Runes and Tarot, Deaf Educator, Deaf Professional, with a fond appreciation for history, mythology, religion and social structure and sociology. “I’m an Elder First Degree, Coven of Amber Heart, Coven of Amber Rose Tradition. My Path of Study is Norse, Welsh (Mostly Norse). I’m an Educational Interpreter, SMCPS, St. Mary’s County, MD going for a degree in Deaf Education, MA. I’m trying to formulate a functional foundational work-in-progress representation of pagan/wiccan’s religious concepts and language and forms into American Sign Language with myself and other willing contribution of other Deaf Pagans”Thor Halvorsen

 

Please call in with any stories or questions: 619-639-4606

Share this!
Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail