I will be speaking on a unique interpretation of the tarot pips. The intro to those lectures follows below.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
The Enchanted Cottage
30 H Street
Bakersfield, California at 12:00 PM
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Spirit Fusion Festival
At The Fresno Discovery Center
1937 N Winery Ave Fresno, CA 93703
Time to be Announced
The tarot has been designed to be a perfect representation of the universe. It contains cards called the Major Arcana that represent the big concepts like astrological signs, planets and the three mother elements, fire, air and water. These huge things appear in twenty-two cards which actually represent a minority of the tarot. It is the major arcana that gets all the attention. It like focusing on the president’s power and not realizing that your area of the country is shaped by the influence of its congressional representatives.
With all due respect to astrological signs and planets, the average person’s daily life and actions are defined by the interplay of fire, air and water. Those elements and earth are revealed to us in the pip cards. There are 40 of them, if you count the aces, as compared to the 22 major arcana. Those forty cards represent only four ideas that spring forth from the aces. There are an additional sixteen cards of the tarot called court cards. These too are related to the suits and these too hold the same pattern of four ideas. Together, the court cards and the pips represent 71% of the entire perfected universe. Seventy-one percent of your life is comprised of four ideas. The idea that life is complicated is an illusion. Difficult, yes. Complicated, no.