Pharos Tarot numerology info

The Pharos Tarot was named after the Pharos Lighthouse, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Someone has wondered why the Pharos Tarot Majors decks editions were released in such odd numbers. All are editions of less than 300, not to be repeated. But there are reasons for the numbers chosen for each […]

Who is HRU? Part III

Someone commented on one of the old posts that showed a video of my “Who is HRU?” esoteric pop up book. I realized that while I posted Part I showing the beginning pages and Part II showing the middle pages, I forgot to ever post Part III showing the end pages, including the solution to […]

The Light

From Pharos Tarot, in progress: At last, a new Fool for Pharos Tarot (just one of my new decks in progress – more to be revealed soon). I’ve done so many versions of the Pharos Fool I’ve lost count. Up til now, all of them were revisions of the same design. I kept two of […]

The Tarot Princesses: Between Heaven and Earth

Between Heaven and Earth: a deeper look at the esoteric meaning of  Tarot’s Princesses . Eastern philosophy describes the human being as standing “between Heaven and Earth” and sees the human body as a conduit of the qi of Heaven, poised between the above and the below, and surrounded by the four directions. The Dao, […]

Who is HRU? Part I and other news

Time for a little show and tell, to tell you about, and show you a little, of the inside of the world’s most elaborate deck package called “Who is HRU?” First some information. “Who is HRU?” is a prose poem of 418 words. Some time in February of this year, I made a meaningful connection that […]

Color Scales in Action

Sometimes, color makes all the difference. Especially when the Gooden Dawn color scales fit the subject matter so perfectly. It just makes an impact. I was not going to post about this card because I did not photo document the painting process. But I wish I did because this one has been pretty fun to […]

Crowleymas

Happy Crowleymas to you all! In the trickster spirit, I thought the Beast might appreciate some joking. Here is poking a little fun at AE Waite, a favorite pastime of his: And a joke: How many Thelemites does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Two, if they fit. For tonight, I hope to toast Uncle […]