Pen wrote:Mine arrived today - I had to read it as soon as I had an hour or so, but intend to re-read and follow up the notes in more depth. All the editors did a brilliant job with lots of back-up information - highly recommended.
Some Italians of the XVI century were concerned to discover the symbolic intentions of the inventor of the Tarot pack and to find meanings, not only for the individual trumps but for the sequence they composed. There exist two Discorsi (orations) - one published, one in manuscript - whose authors endeavoured to do this. Neither of the proposed interpretations is at all plausible; and neither of them attributes meanings to the cards that are in any sense esoteric.
Ross G. R. Caldwell wrote:I assume it will be a best-seller, so hurry while supplies last!
mjhurst wrote:Renaissance Tarot: Two XVI Italian Essays
debra wrote:I'm reading it now.
Is there an Innkeeper in the Deck?
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