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Funny Pics Secrets of the Occult Tarot « Mary K. Greer's Tarot Blog After exploring five hundred years of the moralization of playing cards in Part 1 and Part 2, we finally get to playing cards and, eventually, tarot, as a book of wisdom. I included this section under the theme of “moralization” because it shows a development of this theme into social-spiritual-political reform and a shift from an orthodox Christianity to a Humanism that arose in the Renaissance and Enlightenment. We see here that playing cards (and/or tarot) have been viewed, on occasion, as a book of the wise, teaching a timeless philosophy leading to the betterment of humankind. I’d like to preface this section with a reminder of the origins of the occult tarot. Radical Social Reform and the Hieroglyphs of the Wise In 1781 Antoine Court de Gébelin (actually Antoine Court, from Gébelin), son of a famous Huguenot pastor, published an essay in his encyclopedic work, Le Monde Primitif, in which he declared the tarot came from Egypt and was related to the Hebrew letters. Pure Speculation
How to make a paper bag Today, I made some paper bags for a customer.So I'd like to write how to make a paper bag. I used some pages of magazines.(1)Cut two pages from a magazine. (2)Paste the edges of two pages together. (3)Fold each side of the bag in same width. In this case, I folded in 1 inch. (4)Tuck down each side. (5)Fold the bottom of the bag. (6)Open the bottom. (7)And fold it like the pictures. Then, paste it. (8)You did it! I made five bags today. Thank you for reading my poor English instruction.I hope you like it.
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5 Ways to Read Tarot Cards Steps Method 1 of 5: Get Familiar with The Tarot 1Choose a deck of cards. Different tarot decks use different symbology. Method 2 of 5: Play Around with the Basics 1Pick a card-a-day. Method 3 of 5: Do a Simple Reading 1Tell a story. Method 4 of 5: Do a More Complex Spread 1Separate your cards. Method 5 of 5: Protect Your Deck 1Store your deck properly. Tips Use your card-shuffling time to clear your mind. Ad Warnings If you believe strongly in free will, that does not mean you cannot benefit from tarot's descriptive power.