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Re: Jean Claude Flornoy

Very sad news. Jean-Claude stood in a very interesting corner of the tarot world.

I always loved the fact that he used to operate an electric plant and then went to reprint old tarots, this is, he always kept himself in the business of bringing light.

Great link.

Paul Nagy at Tarology...

tongue exercise: 1. The Marseilles tarot tradition is not yet Traditional Although it hopes To institutionalize itself by embodying the very thing It might have become 2. 'Language' is an anagram for 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz' 3. The cards we choose remind us of how 'here' means "except everywher...

tarology updated, with Ian Rowland and Thomas Hastings...

tongue exercise: 1. This tarology update is brought to you by: sulphate of quinine , a eloquent finish up! 2. problem: at what speed one has to throw a wrench into the machinery for its cogs to start producing eggs instead of cans? tarology announcements: All you need to know about my upcoming even...

Re: A conversation with Rachel Pollack at Tarology

Thanks Steve! That is a great article. I loved this paragraph: “On passe de « saloperie » à « duperie » par épisodes narratifs multiples. Brisset fait passer d’un terme à l’autre par la partie commune : « pris ». Mais ce mot est démultiplié en plusieurs puisque des sens multiples sont distingués. À ...

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