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Re: Regarding colours

Thanks, Robert, for validating my presence here.

Just an aside regarding the yellow sun: I have always wondered if the later version of the sun having multi-colored rays came about because of Newton's experiments at Cambridge in 1665 which revealed the multi-colored wavelengths of light.

Re: Regarding colours

Thank you, Robert. Unfortunately I have yet to order that deck. I look forward to doing so and reading the booklet that you mention. I do have the earlier hand-printed majors and some information including the verse on color that Jean Claude published a while back. I don't however, remember anything...

Re: Regarding colours

Hi Enrique, You wrote, “I am not trying to be obtuse, I am just hoping not to take a horse for a zebra when I see no reasons for it.” and then you wrote, Let take for example the absence of color in most of the character’s faces and hands. Illuminated manuscripts were made from parchment and parchme...

Re: Regarding colours

Hi Enrique, Apologies for taking so long to respond. Enrique, you wrote, I agree with you in that the colors were intentionally applied. In fact, there is no other possible hypothesis: it is unlikely that the colors were accidentally spilled or unconsciously applied by someone who wasn’t paying atte...

Re: Here is a Game of "Prints"

Yes, I think you are all interpreting the image as intended at the time . . . My immediate thought is of an anti-gambling diatribe... That's kinda the way I see it too. But even more than that, it is part of the carefully crafted control program of the times. It encourages the viewer to form a menta...

Re: Here is a Game of "Prints"

Hi OnePotato, Sounds like fun! Do I understand that this is a game in which we are to use our creative imagination and come up with a narrative to explain what is happening in the picture? If this is true, instead of posting our narratives, is there some way that they can be kept undercover by Rober...

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