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The Quincunx

Aspect angle: 150 degrees Unavorable. When two planets form a quincunx, it's very difficult for them to get along and communicate with each other. Read More »


The Square

Aspect angle: 90 degrees Unfavorable. When two planets form a square, they create a hard right angle to each other, stressing one planet's energy against the other. Read More »


The Conjunction

Aspect angle: 0 - 8 degrees Favorable. When two planets form a conjunction, they are very close to each other in the sky, and are operating together as a team. Read More »


The Aspects

As planets move through the universe, they form angles to one another. These angles indicate the relationship between two planets and how they will work together. Read More »


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The Major Arcana Traditions

Over the years,friends have asked me in the course of compiling important minutiae of a comprehensible Tarot history, "Isn't this a bit too encyclopedic for the average Tarot user to care about?" Read More »


The English School of Tarot

A number of histories have been written to clarify the people and events connected to the founding of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the most familiar of this century's Secret Societies and source of most of the Tarot decks sold today. Read More »


Kabbalah Influences

For the first three decades during which I was assimilating information about Tarot, I avoided the history of the Kabalah. Not only had it seemed too abstruse and foreign, but the teachings had apparently fragmented due to the many forced migrations imposed upon the Jews throughout their history. Read More »


Iconology of the Chariot Cards

Introduction Figure 1 shows the seven extant Chariot cards from the 15th/16th centuries. The Chariot card was number eight in the type B ordering. The Chariot on the early cards appears as a 2-wheeled chariot pulled by white horses. Read More »


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