I think that the book being referred to is 'The Path' by Whitley Strieber (Walker & Collier Inc. 2002) - I have a copy. As far as I know, it can only be ordered throught Strieber's website. Strieber has written extensively on his experiences as a UFO abductee, but also has long experience within Gurdjieff/Fourth Way schools, and this is a strong influence on his views on Tarot. He does reproduce images fom the Camoin/Jodorowsky deck, and commends Camoin's theories and website, so I would assume that he supports Camoin's theories as to origins. His book actually consists of a series of reflections on a cross formation mandala that symbolises Fourth Way ideas. He believes that these ideas were around as far back as 4th Century Rome, if not in the form of a set of images. Not, at least according to the book, from aliens or UFOs.Finally, about a year ago I did a reading for a very pretty woman who told me she was a non-denominational minister. She was interested in the tarot because of a book that was inspired/illustrated by the jodo-camoin deck and whose author made his name -or ruin it- writing about alien abductions. I don’t remember the title of the book, but I do remember that the main thesis has to do with the tarot somehow coming from outer space.