KS The World

Karpathy-Smith Tarot The World

Karpathy-Smith Tarot The World
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players;
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The World (The Universe)

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, The World

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, The World Fortune-telling interpretation:
Upright: travel, road, walk, march, peregrination, visit, incursion, emigration, transmigration. Disorientation, rotation, circulation. Bewildered.
Reversed: Earth, matter, mud, vase, raw material. Cold, often. The world, terrestrial globe, state, realm, empire. Land, territory, possessions, rural heritage. Appearance, permanence, stability, stagnation. Inertia. Animals, brutes. Burial, tomb. Ash, dust, crock. Philosophical salt.

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter. It is a gas giant with an average radius about nine times that of Earth.
Saturn was a god in ancient Roman religion and a character in Roman mythology. He was described as a god of generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal and liberation. Saturn’s mythological reign was depicted as a Golden Age of plenty and peace. After the Roman conquest of Greece, he was conflated with the Greek titan Cronus, becoming known as a god of time.

Upright: discipline, conscience, wisdom, planning, organisation, endurance.
Reversed: chaos, hardship, debts, decay, loss, loneliness.

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Symbols in the Tarot card The Universe

The World Tarot card

The Tarot card called “The World” of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck it’s been renamed “The Universe” in the Crowley-Harris Thoth deck.
Eliphas Levi gave to the card The Universe (Le Monde) the number 21 and but assigned it to Tav which is number 22. The root of this problem and misinterpretation it’s the card The Fool (The Unwise Man or Le Mat) which was associated with zero, but placed at the 21st position between The Last Judgement and The Universe. Crowley, as a great admire of Levi kept this order of the cards. He attributed 0 to 1 (Aleph) creating a shift between the Hebrew letters and their numeric value. While Levi didn’t bother to explain too much this inconsistency, Crowley explained that the Kabbalistic zero it’s not “nothing”, but “Ain-Soph” which means “Without Limit”. It still don’t clarify why in their system the Hebrew letters assigned to the Tarot cards don’t match their own numeric value according to Gematria.
But the issue of zero it’s not our concern right now! Read more Symbols in the Tarot card The Universe