“Most ingenious, especially as a creative introduction to the use of tarot cards as maps of consciousness.”
- Scott J. Thompson
"The task at hand is to try to offer a cogent review of a superbly rendered piece of transcendental fiction. Five-plus stars to The World, and to its prescient author, Robin Wildt Hansen."
- Don Sloan
"Sort of like taking a walk through a funhouse, while on an acid trip... while it follows the order of Tarot cards, I got hints of many different religions, including Nordic traditions (the tree, and the fact that Arkin hung on it, identifying him with Odin) Christian traditions, hints of earth based Paganism, and Vodou."
- Emily Maynard
"I know from experience that the healing process of someone with what usually gets labeled as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia works in this way. The archetypes are real, as is the hero’s journey we need to pass through in order to purify our souls."
- Sean Blackwell, author of Am I Bipolar or Waking Up?
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Psychiatric, anthropological and evolutionary-biology background: