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AvshalomBinyamin wrote:I'm really glad it's focusing on the court cards and the minor arcana, and really like the meditation 'program' aspect of it!
Frater ALLAShALLA wrote:I am at the 2 boxes of Hebrew and Enochian. I was wondering if these represent the Tree. I am not sure about the Enochian but that's the impression I get looking at the Hebrew.
At least, it's just as effective as the magick trap Crowley put in Liber Gaias, the official A.'.A.'. instruction on geomancy. He indicated that there are blinds present, and people usually think he intentionally screwed up the geomancy rules. Actually, they're perfectly fine. What he did was to add a talisman to the front of the instruction which disables one's ability to do magick! - He would cover the talisman before using Liber Gaias as a reference.
danica wrote:AvshalomBinyamin wrote:I'm really glad it's focusing on the court cards and the minor arcana, and really like the meditation 'program' aspect of it!
me too, exactly!
THANK YOU (all of you who contributed in creating it and making it available for free)
RobertAllen wrote:I just downloaded it and finished reading through the introduction.
Love and Will
Veronica wrote:She mentioned that there was actually a deck made specifically for this Liber.......Stars Eternal...or something like that.
skytoucher wrote:On page 29 in Liber Theta, the meditation layout from Liber Tav is shown. Originally I learned a similar layout with a BOTA deck where everything revolves around ATU 11 and has the rows laid out as follows:
Are the differences because different decks are being used? Is it just a matter of perspective? Can anyone shed any light on this?
the atlas itch wrote:Thanks Jim and ToT for providing this download of Liber Theta.
I just started reading through it, but there seems to be an error on the front page cover illustration and same illustration that appears on page four. Instead of the letters T A R O around the cross, the illustration shows the letters T A P O. This is error is confirmed by the description of the cover illustration which states the letters should read T A R O.
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