Unified Esoteric Tarot III C spec 2023

Unified Esoteric Tarot III C-spec

The Unified Esoteric Tarot is back!
Another only 78 copies limited edition.
Make sure you grab the opportunity and get your copy now.
The Third and improved edition is available now for only 124.99 USD.

DELUXE EDITION in custom rigid box, 78 + cover and bulk card included.
Printed on 330gsm superior quality smooth card stock.
The cards feature upright and reversed meaning, astrological, numerological, kabbalistic and alchemical attributions.
Also, two different Read more Unified Esoteric Tarot III C spec 2023

Book of Thoth and English Method

Manual of Cartomancy and Occult Divination by Grand Orient

according to Grand Orient.

Although Grand Orient is one of the pseudonyms used by Arthur Edward Waite, there could not have been a greater distinction between these two personas.
If we drop politeness and respect-fuelled hypocrisy, the booklet provided by A. E. Waite for the Rider-Waite Tarot is Read more Book of Thoth and English Method

September’s report

2023 09 September Monthly Charts

People dealing with esoteric matters, especially astrologers, should discuss Zodiac signs, not civil calendar months.
What ordinary people call September is an artificial construction of the end of the first decan of Virgo, the second and third decan of Virgo and the beginning of the first decan of Libra.
So, let’s talk about September, folks!

As I already mentioned, the backdrop of September is Read more September’s report

In the name of…


There is a significant yet generally overlooked aspect regarding the oldest known Tarot deck, the Visconti Tarot: the Major Arcana cards did not have any captions, and no names nor numbers were featured on them.
It is quite an odd feature if we accept the mainstream theory that these cards were primarily designed for entertainment and playing various card games.
Most scholars Read more In the name of…

August report

Monthly Chart August 2023

Before beginning to speak about August, I would like to return to July and talk about trading and retrograde Pluto in Capricorn.
In the past six months, many of my new Patreon supporters have been traders or people interested in mixing trading with esoteric matters.
Some of them complained that they had suffered losses in July, and I am truly sorry about that.
Once again, I’m not involved in trading, and my market knowledge is, at best, pretty limited.
I designed the Wheel charts to assist with working alongside individuals. Recently, I have made adjustments to utilize them for trading purposes. These charts are available in yearly, monthly, and daily formats. And these formats are interconnected, and it is like a zooming-in process. On the yearly chart, you may notice some interesting moments in particular months, while on the monthly charts, you may identify specific days, and in the daily charts, these moments come down to hours and minutes.
However, I recommended cautiousness and patience. Observe these phenomena, and compare the charts with past and present market events.
I would recommend virtual trading for at least one year. Instead of losing real money, operate only on paper for a fixed time, see how it works, which decisions and investments or moves worked out and which didn’t, and learn from your own success and mistakes.
Trading and occultism seem quite similar. They both require patience, training Read more August report

C. C. Zain and the Brotherhood of Light

Many people asked my opinion about C. C. Zain and the Brotherhood of Light, respectively, the system C. C. Zain created and promoted.
First and foremost, nobody holds a monopoly on truth. And by nobody, I mean everybody. Not Claudius Ptolemy, not Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, not John Dee, not Éliphas Lévi, not the illustrious heads of the Golden Dawn, nor Aleister Crowley, not George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, not Frédéric Lionel, not C. C. Zain, and not me for that matter.
Truth has been shredded and dispersed. We only pick up the pieces and try to put them back together according to the best of our knowledge and understanding. Some of us with more talent and success than others.
I sustain critical thinking, and I believe Read more C. C. Zain and the Brotherhood of Light

The Devil we don’t know

The Devil we don't know

“Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t,” meaning that, when forced to decide, it’s better to choose a difficult or undesirable option that one is used to or familiar with rather than an unknown person or thing.
The devil you know is something or someone bad, unpleasant or uncomfortable that you are familiar with and have accommodated yourself to or can cope with.
The devil we don’t know represents our unconscious fear of the unknown and anything that is new – unfamiliar.

There are several Tarot cards that most readers Read more The Devil we don’t know