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The HM could certainly be seen as being relevant to Steps 1 through 8. However, I don't see him in any of the action Steps. The HM exemplifies physical constraint and lack of physical action. That's why I find Anon's words, " (he) ... can only be moved from above." so insightful.
Yes! But, buried within all that Christian Hermeticism are absolute pearls of wisdom that I'm sure I wouldn't come across anywhere else. Such as this: "The Christian martyrs did not die for hypotheses, but rather for the truths of faith of which they were absolutely certain. The Hanged Man’s element...
- 09 Jul 2018, 01:14
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Parlor Game, Serious Divination, or Intellectual Pursuit?
- Replies: 3
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My interest in Tarot definitely falls into the "intellectual pursuit" category, overlapping just slightly into serious divination. I spend almost all my Tarot time studying the symbolism, history, and metaphysical adaptations of the cards. I spend very little time doing actual readings for others. I...
I'd answer in a more simple minded way. I just don't find the Etteilla art work attractive or helpful, and I especially don't like the minor arcana in pips. I depend on visual stimulation to spark my imagination when considering the cards, helping to conjure analogy, etc. Other decks just offer me a...
Meditations On The Tarot - Anonymous I am currently re-reading this magnificent work. The book is about tarot symbolism from the perspective of Christian hermeticism. It is oriented toward Catholic history and experience. I strongly recommend the book for any serious student of the tarot. But be awa...
- 05 Jul 2018, 21:48
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Sallie Nichols' "Jung and Tarot" - to buy or not to buy?
- Replies: 6
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An excellent book for the serious reader. You will learn a whole lot more than just cards and spreads. Remember, the more background knowledge you have, the richer your experience with the cards will be. I will be re-reading this book very soon.
I'm newly back to tarot after about a 30 year hiatus. I lost my previous library, so I'm currently rebuilding it. This is what I have so far, many of my previous books, and a number of new ones too. So, I'm busy reading, and re-reading! Please scan the list, and let me know if you think something im...
- 05 Jul 2018, 09:26
- Forum: New Member Introductions
- Topic: A Big, "Howdy Y'all" From Texas!
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Many thanks for the warm welcome! Charlie, I got Greer's "Liberating Tarot" last week, and look forward to reading it. I just ordered "Tarot For Your Self." Thanks for the suggestion! :icon_e_biggrin: PS: I just thought about posting my library contents, and seeing what suggestions everyone has for ...