Category Archives: Philosophy

The RWS Seven of Cups decrypted

Pamela Colman Smith has put a lot of work into the details of the Seven of Cups. On the other hand, in addition to the interpretation of the card, based on Etteilla’s work, this is everything that Waite considered sufficient … Continue reading

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Unfold the origins of the four Suits

At the dawn of civilisation, for Mesopotamian kings, the symbols of power were the sceptre, the chalice, the sword and the crown. Sounds familiar? The sceptre might be assimilated with

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Join me on an exciting creative-enlightening journey

Last December, I was exhausted. I am working for a while now on a Cartomancy manual which will be divided into four large volumes, and it was conceived as a step by step, initiatory process. Although it is roughly based … Continue reading

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The four bodies

Gurdjieff said: “According to an ancient teaching, traces of which may be found in many systems, old and new, a man who has attained the full development possible for man, a man in the full sense of the word, consists … Continue reading

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The seventy-eight Tarot card and their attributions

When it comes to the interpretation of the cards, most commonly, people prefer the so-called Waite method associated with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck and subsequently the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Another highly popular method is the one associated with … Continue reading

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Manual of Cartomancy, coming soon

As probably the vast majority of the card readers, I also started backwards. I have begun with reading the cards; only afterwards, I started studying and learning. Three decades later, I am still learning. I have got to the conclusion … Continue reading

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Reading with the Magic Tarot by Frederic Lionel

Frédéric Lionel was born on 17 July 1908, in Amphion les Bains, France. “The Magic Tarot: Vehicle of Eternal Wisdom” was published initially in Franch by Editions du Rocher in 1980. The English translation I own was published in 1982 … Continue reading

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Two plus two make four

‘Do you remember,’ he went on, ‘writing in your diary, ‘Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four’?’

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Papus in a tin box

Papus in a tin box is a traditional 78-cards Tarot deck on 70mm x 121mm, 2.75″ x 4.75″ smooth, 330gsm smooth, professional quality card stock and delivered in a fancy tin box. Black and Gold, elegant design. The easily distinguishable … Continue reading

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