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A Fortunate Find

This is quite interesting: http://blogs.royalsociety.org/history-of-science/2011/06/17/a-fortunate-find/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+history-of-science+%28History+of+Science%29 I find it especially interesting because of the astrology and (possible) cartomantic connect...

Re: The Tower

ויגרש את-האדם וישכן מקדם לגן-עדן את-הכרבים ואת להט החרב המתהפכת לשמר את-דרך עץ החיים va.ye.ga.resh et-ha.a.dam va.yash.ken mi.ke.dem le.gan-e.den et-ha.ke.ru.vim ve.et la.hat ha.khe.rev ha.mit.ha.pe.khet lish.mor et-de.rekh ets ha.kha.yim So He drove out the man; and He placed at the east of the gar...

Re: MINCHIATE by Vitali

BOUGEAREL Alain wrote:This is the meaning of the speech:



We still remember the game of Tarot........
We have not still talked about the game of Tarot......
There is still the game of Tarot.....
Merci :D

In this context, it means "longing for" tarot, clearly.

I think I have a new signature line.

Re: MINCHIATE by Vitali

“ Still missing to remember the game of Tarot which I think is a game for you, and that of Minchione as sminchiata means a thing to be stupid” (a foolish thing; to be silly) [/quote] Merci, Alain. Can you tell me if "missing" in this sentence means "to be in error;" "to miss-place" the game of Taro...

Re: What is Tarot Art?

I wonder about your statement "this is retroactive even to formerly public domain works" - I can't imagine that is the case. Once a work goes into the public domain, anybody can use it. What if someone has profited off of their re-use of a public domain item, only to find that someone later re-copy...

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