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The Crowley Tarot: The Handbook to the Cards (original 1995; edition 1995)

by Akron (Author)

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Title:The Crowley Tarot: The Handbook to the Cards
Authors:Akron (Author)
Info:United States Games Systems (1995), 224 pages
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Mephistopheles: I am the Spirit that constantly denies!  And rightly so; for everything that's ever brought To life deserves to come to naught.  Better if nothing ever came to be.  Thus all that you call sin, you see And havoc - evil, short - is meant To be my proper element.  I am a part of the part which once was absolute, Part of the Darkness which gave birth to Light  The Lord: Toward your kind I have borne no hate.  Of all the spirits that deny, The scoffer burdens me with slightest weight.  Man's activities can all too easily go slack, He loves to be in ease unqualified; Hence I set a companion at his side to goad him like a devil from the back. Faust I
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Introduction:  Tarot is a card game that has been passed down from an earlier time where it was probably in widespread use as an oracle, in addition to its high value of spiritual significance.
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"An extensive book of interpretation for the Crowley Tarot cards-easy to understnad for the beginner, inspiring for the expert."
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"For those who are ready to delve even deeper into the meanings of the cards created by Lady Frieda Harris and Aleister Crowley, this handbook offers detailed analysis of the rich symbolism and the myriad correlations in the fields of astrology, art and music, mythology, Tree of Life, the Runes, elements, and other archetypal correspondences. For each card, the authors present interpretations for four areas of life: general, consciousness, professional matters, and relationships. The Handbook also provides helpful instruction on using card spreads and concludes with a dictionary of tarot terms." --- p. 4 of cover.… (more)

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