Animals·Posted on Oct 10, 2018These Artists Made Beautiful Dog-Themed Tarot Cards That Raise Money For Service AnimalsAaaand it's for a v goob cause.by Syd RobinsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink These are artists Arien and Bael Smith — two people living with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) in one body. Arien & Bael Smith Smith describes DID as "two creative, capable, fully-realized individuals living in one body." Both Arien and Bael — his two alters — have their own unique personalities and artistic skills. Together, they've created a dog-themed tarot card deck that will help raise money to train service dogs that will aid people living with invisible disabilities. They're calling it the Major Barkana! View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Tarot cards are traditionally used by occultists to reveal unconscious thoughts and predict outcomes. The most prominent characters in the deck are known as the Major Arcana, hence the "Major Barkana" being freakin' perfect!!! Adorably, each card in the deck features a real dog! Arien & Bael Smith "Every card features a real dog, although not all of them are service dogs. It's a mix of service, emotional support, therapy, and pet dogs," Smith told BuzzFeed. "We openly invite anyone to commission a spot for their dog. The first dog was a pup we personally knew, but after that they were all community-submitted pups!"You can even submit your own dog to be included in the finished deck here! While the set isn't fully complete yet, here are some of the finished cards to absolutely ~DROOL~ over!!! Arien & Bael Smith "The Fool is definitely the most rambunctious — this pup is chasing a butterfly and not quite paying attention to that cliff (she's fine though). The Fool is a call to go after your dreams, but with some caution too. Her name is Oni, and she's a mutt of some sort!" Arien & Bael Smith "The Magician was the first card we sketched and painted, since she's actually based off my best friend — a pup named Halo. She's my (Arien's) girlfriend's family dog and is a black lab and hound mix! Clearly, she's using her magical powers to summon a bunch of treats." Arien & Bael Smith "The Wheel of Fortune is one of the most colorful and soft cards of the deck, perfect for capturing the slow change that constantly happens around us. We painted the pup, Patches, in a circle too, with her little ball python friend at the bottom! The Wheel itself shows the four main elements, which are key in the meaning of this card." Arien & Bael Smith "This fluffy leader on The Emperor card is a goldendoodle named Knox! He's actually from the dog breeders Bael and I are working with for our service dog prospect and might be the dad of our pup. His little button nose was fun to paint alongside the sturdy ram." Arien & Bael Smith "The Moon was a particularly fun one to illustrate, since the original Rider-Waite-Smith deck includes a dog and wolf. We just included a real dog — a beautiful golden lab named Elli! Her owner said she was named after the goddess who beat Thor in a wrestling match." Each deck will also include two service dog fact cards — one to keep for yourself, and one to share with someone else! Arien & Bael Smith But overall, Arien and Bael are hoping their doggo tarot cards will raise awareness for those with invisible disabilities, especially those with civilian-related PTSD. Arien & Bael Smith "There weren't any organizations who were able to train our dog because of our unique disabilities," Smith explained. "We want to help others in similar situations." Arien and Bael have vowed to donate 15% of the profits to those in need of special dog training services. The rest will go towards adopting and training their own service dog. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com To learn more about The Major Barkana, click here!To donate to The Major Barkana, click here!To learn more about living with DID, listen to Bael explain his experiences on this Kickstarter Live.