Revisiting Crowley's Thoth

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I've been rekindling my affection for the Thoth lately. It's been years since I've sat down with it and had a good conversation and, well, something's changed. I'm relating to it more than I ever have before. I've always loved the artwork, but now I'm finding myself incredibly enamoured with it, I feel it's really stunning. I've been reading Crowley and a couple of other companion books and for the first time I find myself thinking 'yeah, that makes total sense' with a lot of things that in the past I think I would have been pretty critical about. Strange how we change.

I pondered on whether to write about the Thoth or not here as I questioned whether it should even be considered a historical deck, but in the end I think I think it is... so why not?

Anyone want to share some thoughts, suggestions, recommendations or insights into Crowley's Thoth?

Cheers,
Robert
The Tarot will lose all its vitality for one who allows himself to be side-tracked by its pedantry. - Aleister Crowley

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