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The World Tree spread

Written by  on September 10, 2017

The World Tree spread Attila Blaga

Inspired by an ancient spread used with runes, the World Tree spread represents the foundation of all the esoteric teachings.
This formula is expressed in different forms in all the esoteric teachings including Astrology, Numerology, Kabbalah, Alchemy, the Fourth Way; and it’s also incorporated in the basic architecture of the Tarot deck. Read more…

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Unified Esoteric Tarot deck

Written by  on September 2, 2017

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In the global context of the book market flooded by countless publications regarding esoteric subjects such as Tarot, Astrology, Numerology, Kabbalah, Alchemy or the Fourth Way, and numerous Tarot decks available, why somebody should choice to purchase this particular book and Tarot deck?
The Unified Esoteric Tarot deck represent not only formally, but fundamentally a departure from any other Tarot deck you know. Read more…

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Introducing basic Numerology

Written by  on August 1, 2017

Introducing basic Numerology

Introducing basic Numerology. Did you ever add up your birth numbers? 28 February 1982. 2+8=10=1+0=1. February=2. 1+9+8+2=20=2+0=2. 1+2+2=5.
Traditionally, The Hierophant, also known as the High Priest, is numbered 5 (V – Roman number) in the Tarot deck. So, some say, that would be your Tarot card. It’s pretty entertaining, isn’t it? Read more…

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Exploring The Sun

Written by  on July 30, 2017

The Sun

The Sun card is still one of the mysteries of the Major Arcane.
In the Tarot deck, there are only three cards bearing planetary names: The Sun, The Moon and The Star.
I think it’s important to understand the role, the function and the symbolism of these cards. There are two distinct aspects: one is the practical and one is the theoretical – philosophical. Read more…

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The architecture of the Tarot deck

Written by  on July 27, 2017

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Traditionally, scholars and authors divided the Tarot deck into Major and Minor Arcane.
Each group of cards has its role and function in the Tarot deck. Read more…

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The human archetypes

Written by  on July 20, 2017

The Court Cards (UET deck by Attila Blaga)

The Tarot is an instrument of self-observation and self-remembering.
Gurdjieff mentioned the Tarot, but never speak about it explicitly or mention it as a tool of the “Fourth Way”.
P.D. Ouspensky on the other hand, was very interested in this issue and he has written “The Symbolism of the Tarot”, his account on the Tarot and especially on the 22 cards of the so-called Major Arcane. Read more…

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The Lovers – analyze

Written by  on June 19, 2017

The Lovers

In most of the earliest versions, including the Marseilles Tarot, it was called The Lover – singular – and showed a man between two women, above whom was a Cupid with a posed arrow.
It also may be considered the symbol of the duality of the single individual. Read more…

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The Court cards

Written by  on June 15, 2017

The Court Cards (UET deck by Attila Blaga)

The Court cards are a very interesting component of the Tarot deck and there are several different ways to interpret them in a spread.
Traditionally they were associated with human figures, ourselves and the people we interact with.
To understand how they were assigned and associated, we must go back to the traditional playing cards and their use of fortune-telling. Read more…

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The four Aces

Written by  on June 13, 2017

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The 4 Aces represent the 4 cardinal points, the 4 seasons, respectively the 4 major astronomical events, the 2 equinoxes and the 2 solstices.
The Ace of Wands represent the Spring or March Equinox, The Ace of Cups represent the Summer or June Solstice, the Ace of Swords represent Autumn or the September Equinox and the Ace of Disks represent the Winter or December Solstice. Read more…

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The numerical value and the numbering of the Tarot cards

Written by  on May 15, 2017

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Some of the Tarot readers relays on numerological calculations, respectively numerological connections between the cards. If there are more cards of the same number, that means something.
During their readings, they add up the numbers displayed on the cards and based on these calculations, draw different conclusions, make predictions or even give some advices.
My concern is that practitioners do not really know and understand the theoretical aspects and particularly, they do not know how the Tarot cards were numbered and what is their actual numerological value. Read more…

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