Prophet of Mars              

The Needle

Face Reading Analyst​ 

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Steven Robert Morrison


Tarot ​Designer

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   30 years ago, I had billed myself as a "Poet, Lover, and Cynic", today somethings have changed, however I think more apt labels to apply would be, "Mystic, Writer, and Corporate Psychic".
Yes, it is a strange transformation from one period of life to another, and a stranger transformative shift from one intangible set of labels to an equally strange set... but that is all you need to know about me. 
What you see today may not be who I will be tomorrow nor who I was 30 years ago, perhaps even who I am today. 

This is the Hermit Card, the 10th card of the Major Arcana of a Tarot deck, (yes it says "9" but to those who use cards understand why that is).
The Hermit, the source of, and the font of all knowledge: the obscure, the arcane and the divine. As well of all things beyond the veil: the terrible, the profane and the unspoken. 

The Hermit is not the person that or the image that the popular use of the word, invokes The Hermit is not some crazed individual running half naked through the forest, spouting doom and cryptic prophecies.

The Hermit is the sacred individual, who through struggle, thought and reason has divined the purpose of life and has the clarity of sight to know the unknowable. 

The Hermit has not distanced themselves from
their tribe, city or society because they are lacking, they stand apart and alone because they see the madness that exists within that tribe, city or society. and they have walked away from all of the false gods that the masses seek, covet and yearn for. All those things are transitory, and the Hermit understands that and using their sight without ego can guide others, but those others must come to the Hermit seeking to be found.

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Handwriting Analyst

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Readings of Handwriting, Face Reading

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Corporate Psychic 

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