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Aldrich wrote:Is this something that a complete beginner can dive into, with only a rudimentary knowledge of the Tree of Life and little to no information on anything else? I've only just begun my studies in this field and while I have been practicing the meditations in Liber Theta for about two weeks now I find that I am unable to extract very much meaning or understanding from the symbols, aside from being able to discern vaguely what they represent.
Jim Eshelman wrote:UPDATE:
I have just made a few corrections (errata discovered by one of our members) and uploaded version 3.3.
The changes were typos, mostly minor, but at least one corrected outright wrong information (the esoteric title of Atu XVII, The Star). If you are using the book as a permanent reference, I recommend you go back and download a fresh copy.
I had not heard of that deck before; it looks very good. It seems far clearer that the Harris deck.gmugmble wrote:There's a tarot deck called "Liber T: Tarot of Stars Eternal" that is essentially a re-drawing of the Harris-Crowley deck.
Jim Eshelman wrote:Yes, Case's adaptation of Liber Tav is mentioned on the same page as the diagram.
Jim Eshelman wrote:Nothing documented... except that it's certain that he was familiar with Liber Tav years before he began teaching a slight variation of it. (Case was a devoted student of The Equinox.)
In this Fourth Edition, I have added a versicle near the top of each Trump page. These poetic passages, rich in visual and emotional imagery, are from a devotional work titled Liber Amoris vel Calicis that was a fruit of parabhakti practices in 1997. These verses express the intimacy between the adept and the Holy Guardian Angel in terms of each letter of the Hebrew alphabet. They may be of assistance in understanding the deeper implications of each card in terms of its letter symbolism and placement on the Tree of Life.
Iamus wrote:Unfortunately this wasn't good enough for them. They wanted a fax number for the copyright holder so they could send forms to sign and federal documents and god knows what else, so I told them to forget it. I'm just going to print it off, three hole punch it and put it in a binder. Thanks anyways, Jim, I appreciate it.
Jim Eshelman wrote:We don't have faxes. (People still use those?) Sorry. - I suggest a different copy place.
There's a FedEx at 200 S University Avenue. If they're like they are out here, you can walk in and do it yourself from a thumb drive.
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