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Re: The Chariot

Well, your theory about the Stag Rider card would at least explain why the rider and the stag are back to back, which is more than others do. And the alchemist's pole is certainly suggestive (of the spine, I mean).

Re: Le Tarot arithmologique - la séquence 1+4+7+10 = 22

I have been rereading Gosselin, looking to see if there is anything more to say, after a hiatus of a year and a half since my last post. Well, I can at least identify a couple of problems, both having to do with the object of the game Trente et Un. The section of the original on the game is at http:...

Re: The Chariot

Anne-Marie: I scrolled down with interest your gallery (well, I think it is yours) of 50 paintings at https://www.anne-marie.eu/en/fifty-extra-paintings-with-john-is-jesus-symbolism/ Of relevance to tarot symbolism are your analysis of the tree and ascending snake as kundalini symbols in some of the...

Re: The Chariot

I have the same problem with images. I don't know how to fix it. With a link from another source, you can put on one side and on the other, or else click on img below the text space, to make the image show. But I can't get that to work by uploading an image directly. By the way, your English is very...

Re: The Chariot

Thanks, A.M. The problem with esoteric knowledge is that without some reference in text or imagery of the time, just about any interpretation could be justified in that way. (For an example that does use texts of the time, although perhaps a bit freely, see Decker's The Esoteric Tarot Your interpret...

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Phaeded: I can't address all the images you presented, but it seems to me that the first one, with the hoof, http://forum.tarothistory.com/download/file.php?id=2265 needs to be seen in the light of this one, a motif that became quite common in succeeding centuries, even used by Etteilla on his Tempe...

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