Mojas The Zelator also begins to study the formula of the Rosy Cross. The highest hermetic mysteries has always dealt with a sexual interpretation of alchemy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The goals of arcanorym A. Have your cake and eat pie too. Several versions of the A.

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A few different types are detailed below. It is probably best to use a fresh deck of Cards with each new subject. Divinations usually revolve around a question asked by the subject. A given Divination usually involves laying down the Cards in a certain array, attributing meaning to each position which holds a Card.

Thus, one position might signify oneself; another might signify the future of oneself. The meaning of each Card is applied to the position it falls in. Divination is more of an art than anything else. The Diviner must key in on kinesic clues that would normally be invisible to anyone else.

The meaning a Card might be positive or negative: it might refer to an abundance or a dearth of something. The Diviner must decide what, and draw everything together into a coherent whole. The method of Divination is incidental; any method will work.

The one chosen should reflect what the question is dealing with, and the subject. That card is usually placed, face-up, somewhere important in the Divination array. A few methods of Divination, usually those where a question is asked about someone else, require two Significators: one for the subject, and one for the object. The suit of the Significator is chosen quite simply. The concept that the Divining question deals with becomes the suit of the Significator. Questions about power, position, etc.

The rank of the Significator is chosen by simple rules: If the subject is a mature male, the King. If a mature female, the Queen.

If a young man, a Jack; if a young woman, the Ten. A child would use an Ace. Thus if a young man is asking about his relationship with an amour, his Significator would be the Jack of Hearts. Concentrating on the question he wishes to ask, the subject now shuffles the pack thoroughly three times, the faces always downward. After shuffling, he cuts the pack into three piles and places them face downward to his left.

The Diviner now picks up the pack from his left, still keeping the Cards face downward. And now begins the Divination. Turn up the First Card and cover the Significator and say: This covers one. This Card represents the general atmosphere relevant to the question asked. Turn up the Second Card and lay it across the first, saying: This crosses one. This card indicates the nature of the forces opposing one, for good or for evil.

Turn up the Third Card and place it above the Significator, saying: This crowns one. It represents what the subject hopes for in relation to the question and has not yet been realized but may be in the future. Turn up the Fourth Card and place it below the Significator, saying: This is beneath one. This Card shows the foundation of the matter, that which the subject has already experience relevant to it. Turn up the Fifth Card and place it to the left of the Significator and say: This is behind one.

This card shows the influence that has just passed or is now passing away. Turn up the Sixth Card and place it to the right of the Significator and say: This is before one. It shows the influence that will operate in the near future.

Now turn up the Seventh, Eights, Ninth, and Tenth Cards and place one above the other in a line on the right side of the cross. The Seventh Card represents the attitude of the subject toward the matter.

The Ninth Card indicates the hopes and fears of the subject concerning the matter. The Tenth Card indicates the outcome of the matter, the culmination of all the influences at work in the preceding cards. The operation is now completed; however, should the Tenth Card indicate an uncertain nature from which no conclusions can be drawn, one can repeat the process using the Tenth Card as Significator.

The pack should be shuffled again, cut three times and the first ten cards taken as before. By this method, a more thorough account of the outcome may be procured. Should the Tenth Card be a Face Card, the outcome of the matter may lie in the hand of the person suggested by the card.

For further information as to the outcome, one may take the Face Card in question and use it as Significator and repeat the process again.


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Its roots lie in the numerology and Law of Vibration of Egypt and Babylon, and it may be as old as recorded civilization. The Arcana was probably one of the first things shown to W. Gann by the family of Judah Tauro. Gann describes and demonstrates the simplest application of the Arcana on the cotton market. Remember Judah Tauro made his fortune trading cotton. Enter W. Applied to trading, the Arcanum predicts and forecasts both long-term and short-term trends in advance.


Arcanum Arcanorum

Condition s Required 1. After Arronax returns to Arcanum, he buries his father. Then he raises Vendigroth from the wastes, and it becomes a place of awe and wonder. The Bane of Kree returns to Arcanum, and amasses an army of barbarians.





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