Monthly Archives: July 2019

An Imagination of Tarot History– Part Two

At this point I imagine the Kipchaks as practitioners of what modern times might call shamanism and likely also Tengrism, to be engaged in forms of mysticism that would include divination and forms of ‘vision questing’. I also imagine that … Continue reading

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An Imagination of Tarot History- Part One

The first note I ever took on the History of Tarot was from Rachel Pollack: “No one knows.” Being more fascinated by the potential to create future through Tarot Philosophy than in the history of and development of that Philosophy, … Continue reading

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