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Re: The "Charles VI" Tarot

. A version of this deck was published as Golden Tarot of the Renaissance by Lo Scarabeo with the missing cards added by the artist, and 'interpretive' pips. It is very lovely, though the artist's interpretations of the pips are somewhat at odds with how I'd interpret them. It has shimmering gold fo...

Dee on the 21st Roman Letter

. In Monas Hieroglyphica (1564) John Dee writes: "It is not by chance that the right-angled Cross -- that is to say, the twenty-first letter of the Roman alphabet, which was considered as being formed by four straight lines -- was taken by the most ancient of the Roman Philosophers to represent...

Re: Boobs, Bums and Two Dogs.

Hi Lorredan, You could slide down a level to the 'powers' the make up the classical elements. So, if you are using WoF as Air/Water , the common power is Wet , Air being Hot and Wet , and Water being Cold and Wet . There are several angles that philosophers, doctors, alchemists, astrologers, and mys...

Re: Boobs, Bums and Two Dogs.

...Because of this I seem unable to assign elements to the Atouts. Surprisingly if you put the Moon with the combination cards, making 8 cards you get Male Fire/Water= Sun Fire/Earth = Devil Air/Water = Tower Air/Earth = Judgment Female Water/Fire= Moon Water/Air= WOF Earth/Fire = Lovers Earth/Air ...

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