Arthur Rosengarten is a licensed clinical psychologist, professional Tarot reader and teacher with twenty-five years of experience in both disciplines.Currently in private practice, he teaches the Tarot Circle, and leads continuing education workshops on Symbols and Synchronicity for Psychologists and other helping professionals throughout California.
Katherine Albrecht, a consumer privacy expert and VP of startpage.com, the world's most private search engine, discussed the latest RFID technologies being used to track not only products but humans, and their movement and activity. She announced that Macy's is considering implementing RFID on a broad national scale. First hour guest, psychologist Dr. Art Rosengarten spoke about how Tarot cards can be used for self-exploration and problem-solving. ... More »Host: George Noory
Known for her Earth changes prophecies, and the I AM America Map which shows vast swaths of North America submerged, Lori Toye (blog) discussed her latest work on the vital role of the 'Golden Cities' – possible safe places during cataclysmic changes. First hour guest, psychologist Dr. Art Rosengarten spoke about using Tarot cards for self-exploration, problem-solving, & spiritual reflection. While the cards can be used for divination, he believes they are most compelling in looking at a person's present circumstance. ... More »Host: George Noory
In latter of the half of the program, investigator Joshua P. Warren talked about the photos of a small alien-appearing creature that was killed by a rancher in Mexico. First hour guest, psychologist Dr. Art Rosengarten spoke about his use of Tarot cards for divination purposes. In the second hour, visionary and author Stuart Wilde discussed his latest work on reincarnation, magical animals, the hell worlds & poisonous people. ... More »Host: George Noory
"Eclectic psychologist" Art Rosengarten (artrosengarten.com), the main guest on Monday night, shared his insights about using Tarot as a tool for understanding the present. "Tarot cards are way-showers," he said. They are "images and symbols that capture universal trends that all people have in the background of their consciousness." Rosengarten said that the use and understanding of Tarot has gone through different phases since its first known inception as a game in 1420. In 17th Century France, it took on more occult interpretations. More recently, he said Tarot has been connected to the mystical Kabbalah, with the 22 trump cards correlated with the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. While Tarot can be a "brilliant oracle," the cards are best suited as a way for pointing towards a spiritual perspective on life, and expanding the view of your current situation, he said. Tarot can also be applied for global analysis, Rosengarten demonstrated, as he offered live readings on ... More »Host: George Noory
While sailing alone one night in the shipping lanes across one of the busiest waterways in the world, John Burnett was attacked by pirates. Through sheer ingenuity and a little bit of luck, he survived, and his shocking firsthand experience became the inspiration for this book. Dangerous Waters charts the resurgence of piracy in recent years and reveals why it poses a significant threat to our safety and security. ... More »Host: George Noory
Arthur Rosengarten is a licensed clinical psychologist, professional Tarotreader and teacher with twenty-five years of experience in both disciplines.Currently in private practice, he teaches the Tarot Circle, and leadscontinuing education workshops on Symbols and Synchronicity forPsychologists and other helping professionals throughout California. ... More »Host: George Noory