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Re: The Minchiate Zodiac Order

Second, the "foolish track that Ulsses took", one that Dante parallels with his own 'crazy journey' through the afterlife, is perhaps also one with which we may draw a parallel with our crazy ordering of the signs? : In which we find some hints of an order, but which breaks or diverts at ...

Re: The Minchiate Zodiac Order

I observe, that Libra and Germini are related to "twins", Libra has two scales and Gemini are anyway twins. I see what you are getting at, but perhaps worth noting that in traditional astrology LIbra was NOT considered a Dual Sign [there is some debate about it in modern astrology]; the d...

Re: FAICT A PARIS PAR

Bulletin de la société archéologique, historique et artistique le Vieux Papier: pour l'étude de la vie et des moeurs d'autrefois, Band 32,Ausgaben 319-322 Vieux papier (Society : Paris, France) Lefebvre-Ducrocq., 1991 https://books.google.de/books?hl=de&id=aZfgAAAAMAAJ&dq=vieville+vauchelin...

Re: FAICT A PARIS PAR

Re: Noblet references of 1659 & 1664: There is also a document from 1681 [ [Fait en parliement le vingt dixieme jour du mois de Fevrier mil six cent quatre-vingt-un.] http://www.forum.tarothistory.com/download/file.php?id=2328 souce: Bibliotheque Nationale de France [Gallica] The article can be...

Re: FAICT A PARIS PAR

To complete all the references I have found to Noblet family of cardmakers of Paris that I have been able to find in the online French National Archives and Geneanet we have: Charles Noblet, Maitre Cartier, Rue de Rempart, in an inventory of 1727 [possibly relating to his decease? : without full rec...

Noblet : 1647 - 1681

As well as the notice above which allows us to extend the date of Noblet's period of activity to c1681, we now have copies of birth certificates that allow Jean Noblet was active as a Maitre Cartier from at least 1647. The first is the birth certificate for Guillaume Noblet, newborn of Jean Noblet, ...

Re: Sola-Busca riddles

As well as Angleus Catone, who wrote a pamphlet on the comet of 1472, which he interpreted as a sign of forthcoming victories of the Turks, we have Carbone, who translated Bessarian's letter against the Turks.Carbone was also on very friendly terms with King Matthias Corvino, who was very keen to fo...

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