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Xultun Maya Tarot (Classic Edition)

by Peter Balin

The Xultun Tarot was created by Peter Balin in 1976. It was based on images from Maya history and culture and was the first of the cultural or indigenous tarot deck.  Taken from a single painting, it is the only tarot deck where the major arcana form a complete picture. This picture tells the story of the marriage of spirit and matter and what C G Jung called the individuation process. [for more visit www.xultun.com].

Kahurangi Press, 2010, 80 cards, major and minor arcana | Amazon USD45.00 | Amazon UK

The Maya Book of Life: Understanding the Xultun Tarot

by Michael Owen

THE MAYA BOOK OF LIFE is the companion book to the Xultun Tarot and explores the archetypes and alchemy of the major arcana of the Xultun Tarot through indigenous teachings and the analytical psychology of C G Jung. [for more visit www.xultun.com]

“Brilliant, eye-opening” —Arthur Rosengarten PhD, author of Tarot and Psychology.
“A profound book of wisdom” —Mary K Greer, author of 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card.

Kahurangi Press, 2011, 500 pages | Amazon Kindle USD31.17 and Paperback USD40.00

Jung and the Native American Moon Cycles

by Michael Owen

The Moon Cycles are a Native American teaching about the archetypal influences and forces that affect us at different times in our lives.  This book offers new insights into Jung’s life and death, and provides a fascinating perspective on some of Jung’s more important dreams and how the rhythm of his life  coincided with the great events of the 20th century. It also casts new light on Jung’s fateful encounter with Freud as well as his relationships with women and his supposed anti-Semitism.

• Both Jung’s parents were the thirteenth and youngest in their families.

• Freud died twenty-seven years after he fainted in Jung’s presence and said “How sweet it must be to die.”

• Jung dreamed of the 1945 firebombing of Dresden twenty-seven years before it happened.

• Jung’s writings about Picasso and their relationship to Jung’s death.

Michael Owen also shows readers how to place the events of their own lives on the Moon Cycles and gain a new perspective on the births and deaths (inner and outer) in their life. They will see what learning periods are ahead of them, and understand the critical importance of the nine-month, three-year and twenty-seven year cycles.

Nicolas-Hays, 2002, 288 pages | Amazon.com USD22.95 | Amazon UK GBP19.99

The 27 Club: Why Age 27 Is Important

by Michael Owen

IS THE “27 CLUB” JUST A MYTH? (No). Is it a “curse?” (No). But The 27 Club is not what you think. It’s more than the deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and others. Using the teachings of the Moon Cycles and C. G. Jung’s notion of the puer (the creative person who is always young beyond his years and often dies an early death, physical or emotional) Michael Owen explains what happens to all of us in our mid- to late-twenties. And read about the other “Clubs” from 24 to 30. [for more visit www.27-club.net]

Kahurangi Press, 2012, 140 pages, paperback | Amazon.com USD9.99 | Amazon UK GBP5.99

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