The good, the bad and the ugly

Speaking about the “wickedness in the world”, Genesis 6 relates that “the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose.” As a result of this Read more The good, the bad and the ugly

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Karpathy-Smith Tarot The Fool

“The clown figure has had so many meanings in different times and cultures. The jolly, well-loved joker familiar to most people is actually but one aspect of this protean creature. Madmen, hunchbacks, amputees, and other abnormals were Read more Il Matto

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KS The Fool

Karpathy-Smith Tarot The Fool

Karpathy-Smith Tarot The Fool

I think that The Fool is the most mysterious and impossible to pinpoint cards of the entire Tarot deck. While traditionally the Major Arcana cards are Read more KS The Fool

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The Fool and the Hermit

RWS The Fool and the Hermit

RWS The Fool and the Hermit
At a closer look, there are many similarities between two or sometimes three cards of the Major Arcana. There are hidden – esoteric -, underlying connections.
One of these pairs can be Read more The Fool and the Hermit

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The paths of The Fool

Tarot of Cyclicity The Fool

Tarot of Cyclicity The Fool The Fool will follow his instincts and will always depend on luck.
Imagination without knowledge is only a fantasy or hallucination. Read more The paths of The Fool

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The journey of The Fool

The Golden Hermetic and Fortune Telling Tarot 2018

The Golden Hermetic and Fortune Telling Tarot 2018

Recently I had a very pleasant conversation with one of my virtual friends regarding the correct ordering of The Fool among the cards of the Major Arcana.
My interlocutor seemed surprised when I said that The Fool does not belong to the beginning of the Tarot deck and actually, he was not placed there until very recent times.
As many other Tarot readers, he thought that according to the Golden Dawn system The Fool, numbered zero, is the very first card placed before The Magician, the card which is traditionally numbered one. Read more The journey of The Fool

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The Fool

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, The Fool

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, The Fool (Fire) The Fool
Fortune-telling interpretation:
Upright: madness, lunacy or folly, dementia, extravagance, unreasonableness, distraction, drunkenness, delirium, frenzy, abnormality or unsoundness, fury, transport, outburst or outpouring. Enthusiasm. Blindness or blinkered state, ignorance. Fool or madman, absurd, irrational. Innocent, simple, simple-minded or insane.
Reversed: Idiocy, ineptitude, carefreeness, casualness. Happy-go-luck state of mind, nonsense, imprudence, negligence, absence, distraction. Apathy, fainting, exhaustion or annihilation, sleep, nothingness or emptiness, uselessness or nullity, empty or void. Nothing, vain.

Divination:
The Air, Water and Fire attributed to the Tarot card according to the kabbalistic scheme, should not be confused with the Four Elements. These are the Three Primes or Tria Prima mentioned by Paracelsus.
According to alchemists, Mercury, Salt and Sulphur are the three-fold aspects of all phenomena to be found in all compounds of a mineral or organic nature.
Mercury represents the Spirit, Salt the Body; and Sulphur the Soul. Philosophically speaking, Mercury is the Mind; Salt is the Will, and Sulphur is Love. The three are the components of the Philosopher’s Stone.
According to the alchemists, Sulphur and Mercury are the primordial opposites that are part of the inherent duality of the universe. The Two Contraries were seen as reciprocal principles of nature, usually described as male and female or active and passive. Sulphur is the fiery, solar, active, masculine principle that gives a substance its active properties and identity in relation to other substances. In alchemy, it is usually associated with the sun and King.
The metal between the spirit and the body is the soul, which indeed is Sulphur.
Sulphur represents the self-conscious level.

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