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Tarot, I Ching and Runes

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"The High Priestess is the Supernal Mother herself - that is to say, she is the bright reflection. It is in this sense of reflection that her truest and highest name symbolism is Shekinah - the co-habiting glory. According to Kabbalism, there is a Shekinah both above and below. In the superior world it is called Binah, the Supernal Understanding which reflects to the emanations that are beneath.

In the lower world it is MaIkuth - that world being, for this purpose, understood as a blessed Kingdom - that with which it is made blessed being the Indwelling Glory. Mystically speaking, the Shekinah is the Spiritual Bride of the just man, and when he reads the Law she gives the Divine meaning. There are some respects in which this card is the highest and holiest of the Greater Arcana."               ~The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, A.E. Waite
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rare Gems and Sleepers

 
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Tarot Lessons, Manuals and Textbooks

Tarot Lessons, Manuals and Textbooks

Synchronistic Symbols and Archetypes
I Ching Texts and Commentaries

I Ching Texts and Commentaries

The Book of Changes (Zhouyi)
Runes: Elder and Younger Futhark

Runes: Elder and Younger Futhark

Runic Divination or Rune Casting
Online Reading

Online Reading

Meditations on the Tarot