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ISIS Tarot de Marseille (via Bonnie Cehovet)

23 Jun

Bonnie Cehovet’s blog is a blog worth sharing! Cheers to Bonnie!

ISIS Tarot de Marseille Artist: Tadahiro Onuma ISIS (The Institute of Study on Initiation and Symbolism) 2010 ISBN #978-4-88594-446-8 I want to thank Alec Satin for bringing this deck to my attention. I saw he scans on his blog, and “had to have it”! I purchased the deck directly from Mr. Onuma, with not a little trepidation, because I was not that sure how well Japan’s postal system had recovered from their recent devastating tsunami … Read More

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Posted by on June 23, 2011 in Guest Blogs

 

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2 responses to “ISIS Tarot de Marseille (via Bonnie Cehovet)

  1. Bonnie Cehovet

    June 23, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Jordan –

    Thank you for putting this blog out there. I love this deck, and would like to see more people considering the Marseille style decks, either through this lovely deck, or through the decks that Jean-Claude Flornoy restored.

    Blessings,
    Bonnie

     
    • mystereum

      June 26, 2011 at 10:30 pm

      😀 You are welcome! A big ole simplicity towards complexity I have, that I guess I overlooked for decades until it unfolded to reveal itself. . .and I fully trust in it doing so when it did and not a moment before. . .is that I have always been able to sight-read any deck put in my hands or on the screen. . .and as I minded my temples flexing last time I looked at a Marseilles deck. . .your blog post reminded me of that. Reminded me of my own decptive simplicity towards myself and Tarot and basically most everything. . .where I can almost miss my own valuable statements and actions and miss capitalizing on them for myself and to further provide a service to others. Call it a Mystereum Knight of Wands AWAKENING moment, and your block on a Marseilles deck that lightly, subtlely, has shade rather than wholly and deceptively simply hiding its allusions in plain sight as is traditional for Marseilles decks struck a symphony of chords to resonate and focus me to look at my own process with “looking at a Marseilles deck” eyes. Cheers Bonnie!

       

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