My economics professors drilled it in: as workers produce more goods and services per hour, their wages must rise. The proof was in the post-World War II data. As output went up, real wages rose, year after year. And then, suddenly, everything changed. The economy was still growing, and the money value of those goods and services had to go somewhere. Clearly workers didn't take that money home. So who did?
For the first time, the design of a new deck is inspired by America’s occult literary heritage. Thea Wirsching Ph.D, co-developer of the American Renaissance Tarot deck, is a wounded healer, astrology, priestess of SekhMet. Her life and work deserve an interview, but this one is dedicated to our discussion of this unique new tarot deck.
The media mantra of the moment is that Americans are "weary of war" after Iraq/Afghanistan, but perhaps what we are weary of is the whole concept of war, the mindset of war, and the worldview underlying the waging of war.