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Category: The Book of Matthew

TAROT CARDS’ SPIRITUAL MEANING

            Pamela Colman Smith was the designing artist of the Rider-Waite Deck Tarot Cards.  According to the box that the cards came in she was “under the direction of Arthur Edward Waite”.  They were with the Order of the Golden Dawn and this particular deck came out in 1910.  “Waite was able to restore in great part the original symbolic meanings that had been lost or changed in the passage of time.  There are those who say that the symbols had been deliberately changed, in some cases to throw the Roman Church off the track and prevent the priests from appropriating the Tarot’s verities for their own purposes.”[1]
            “The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was founded in England in 1886 as a result of the discovery and deciphering of some ancient manuscripts on occult initiation.”[2]  I do not pretend to know what this group really did, or how they thought along spiritual lines, but the word “occult” simply means:  “to hide from sight, conceal”[3].  Somehow Tarot and Qabalistic (also Kabalah or Cabala) Symbolism are tied together, and when we come to the Rider Deck, it may be more closely tied together than the average person realizes.  (And I have serious doubts that people who read the cards for fortune telling have the slightest idea what the Cards are really even presenting symbolically.)  What I mean by this is that there is a definite KEY CARD – the Ten (or X) of Pentacles (or Coins).  On this card are ten pentacle coins and they are placed on the card in order to represent the ten Spheres on the Kabalah Tree of Life.  This KEY CARD is useful in understanding the rest of the deck, for with its use you know what is placed on the card is found to be located for a specific sphere or a particular path of the Tree.  So in order to really understand the symbolism of the Tarot one must become familiar with the Kabalah Tree of Life Matrix.  I believe that this would take many years for someone to accomplish!  I have not really wanted to dedicate myself to this particular study, but I do find it quite interesting.

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The Four Gospels’ Angels

     St. Matthew mentions the words angel or angels a total of 19 times, St. Mark 5 times, St. Luke 23 times, and St. John 4 times.

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The Four Gospels – Part 1B

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX – Part 1B

ST. MATTHEW (continued from Part 1A)

The Word as Christianity – Life and Truth – Acrux shines its light upon the third foundation Keystone (James) which depicts the Cross of Calvary of Christianity where we have “Marriage” – for true marriage is between the Christ head (that which leads us to the Holy City) and the Christ mass being united in Christian Science.
            “In Chapter III, ‘Marriage,’ we are shown the exaltation of everyday life, since Christianity is always the outcome of the Christ-idea. This is the Word reflecting Christianity, since seeking the spiritual involves a higher sense of humanhood.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 567)

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The Four Gospels Part 1A

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 1A – Matthew)

 

INTRODUCTION

            There is a theory going on today that the reason why the four Gospels were written so differently is because they were written like fan fiction  is written today, when people take their favorite story and change it or add their own ideas to it because they are such great fans.  This is not so in regards to the New Testament.  The four Gospels were written on purpose the way they were written and they were placed in the order that they are because they are following the divine system bringing out the divine infinite calculus.  In W. Gordon Brown’s book From Genesis to Revelation, pages 278-281, he explains this divine infinite calculus found within the Four Gospels.  I, however, also wish to present to you how the first four books of the New Testament relate to Window of the Open Book, or the Holy City Matrix, which Brown does not do, while providing to you with what W. Gordon Brown presents in his book.

 

The Holy City

The Holy City

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