The Tarot of Nine Paths (TNP), designed by Art Rosengarten, is a deck of possibilities that is a tool for the spiritual traveler. It retains tarot's essential infrastructure while expanding the Major Arcana from 22 to 27 cards. The additional cards contain contemporary psychological and spiritual themes related to integral wholism that enable users of the deck to learn paths to higher consciousness through games or readings. TNP catalogues timeless teachings of humanity's higher purpose, destination, and spiritual complementation, echoing . Jung's view that tart trumps embody the "archetype of transformation," that is, those universal symbols possessing the greatest constancy, efficiency, and potentiality for psychic evolution, and which point from the inferior and towards the superior. New cards use old symbols to convey integral archetypes, for example: The Well for renewal, The Ring for wholeness, Judgement for awakening, and The World for integration. 
HybridPower, on the other hand, is another mode that is not for performance enhancement. The setup consists of an IGP as well as a GPU on MXM module. The IGP would assist the GPU to boost performance when the laptop is plugged to a power socket while the MXM module would be shut down when the laptop was unplugged from power socket to lower overall graphics power consumption.   Hybrid SLI is also available on desktop Motherboards and PCs with PCI-E discrete video cards. NVIDIA claims that twice the performance can be achieved with a Hybrid SLI capable IGP motherboard and a GeForce 8400 GS video card.