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Wisdom of the Fool

The tarot Fool has seen many faces and forms; from the airy and a-bit-noble-kind-of RWS Fool to the bare-ass vagabond of the Marseilles type. From all the Fool’s that I’ve seen I think the Visconti-Sforza deck gives him the most human and ‘genuine’ … Continue reading

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“Dark hues surround the image of Saturn: in alchemy Saturn was identified with the process of putrefaction and as the Black Sun, Sol Niger, of the nigredo, the phase of blackening, psychologically that phase of the soul’s work when the … Continue reading

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