The Swiss psychologist is best known for his theories of dream analysis and the related study of archetypal imagery of the collective unconsciousness. His studies included the imagery of the ancient Tarot deck, considered to have been handed down from the oldest knowledge in the world, the Egyptian Book of Thoth. Dreams, however, are different from visions and psychic phenomena, visualized by the Tarot. Jung considered these to be mentally "transformative." Some images have survived on modern playing cards but are used for leisure and gambling, not learning.
The American college professor studied Jung and others while teaching Mythology and Comparitive Religion. He is best known for The Hero's Journey and The Power of Myth, which George Lucas studied to create the Star Wars characters and stories, the most popular in history. The Artademic approach to visual learning includes the works of these three men.