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Highlights of Study Guide XI on “Force”

Some highlights, separated by ellipses [. . .], are posted  below.  Follow this link to read the complete summary.  Use CTRL-F to search for a desired word or phrase (This thing is the strongest of all powers, the force of … Continue reading

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Study Guide X. The Wheel of Fortune

A new “study guide” for  Letter X, The Wheel of Fortune, has been posted.  While reading a summary of this letter is obviously no substitute for reading the original, it should offer a good review for those already familiar it … Continue reading

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Lovers Solitaire

Instructions:  How to Play Lovers Solitaire A Popular Key to The Soul’s Choice Tarot Spread An Annotated Illustration of the Complete Layout Download PDF of Lovers Solitaire eBooklet

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Study Guide VIIII. The Hermit

A new “study guide” for  Letter VIIII* on The Hermit was recently posted.  While reading this summary is obviously no substitute for reading the original, it should offer a good review for those already familiar this Letter and may help … Continue reading

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Study Guide VIII. Justice

A new “study guide” for  Letter VIII on Justice has just been posted.  While reading this summary is obviously no substitute for reading the original, it should offer a good review for those already familiar Letter VIII and may help … Continue reading

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Authentic Christian Platonism

“St. Bonaventura, in his doctrine of ‘signatura rerum’, interprets the entire visible world as the symbol of the invisible world. For him, the visible world is only another Holy Scripture, another revelation alongside that which is contained in the Holy … Continue reading

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Tarot Course Materials

Most of the material linked to, below, was developed for a class which was offered at a local bookstore in 2017.   These links can also be found under our new Tarot Course Materials menu item.  Some aspects of this material will be revised and supplemented … Continue reading

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The French Tradition

Editor’s Note:  Recently, while preparing to give presentations touching on the history and symbolism of the Tarot, I came across the following resources at Tarot-History.Com.  The owner of that site kindly agreed to my use of this beautiful and historically … Continue reading

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The Soul’s Choice

The Lover stands in equilibrium between two gravitational fields—the world of the serpent, on the one hand, and the world of the Word, on the other (cf. the “psychic man” in Letter XII).   MOTT References: “spiritual fornication“ (143); “It is love … Continue reading

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“Two Gravitational Fields” (Pope Benedict XVI)

In one of our initial posts (Let the journey begin…), we suggested that Meditations on the Tarot might be linked to Pope Benedict XVI through Robert Spaemann (the same Robert Spaemann who wrote the forward to the German edition of MOTT, … Continue reading

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