Item Code: IDC941
by P D OuspenskyPaperback (Edition: 2000)
Size: 6" x 4"
Weight of the Book: 63 gms
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· Is Tarot a doctrine or merely a method?
· Is it a definite system or merely a hypothesis by means of which any system may be constructed?
The author believes that the Tarot contains and expresses any doctrine found in our consciousness. It represents Nature in all the richness of its infinite possibilities, and there is in it, as in Nature, not one but all potential meanings.
This book will help you learn of the truths hidden in the mystic symbols of the Tarot. In the light of this understanding with your most deeply felt beliefs and values.
Peter Ouspensky (1878-1947), Russian philosopher and novelist was a one time student of Gurdijeff. His other works include 'In Search of the Miracuous' and 'Psychology of Man's Possible Evolution.'
Introduction What is the Tarot? The Symbols Card I The Magician Card 0 The Fool Card II The High Priestess Card XXI The World Card III The Empress Card XX Judgement Card IV The Emperor Card XIX The Sun Card V The Chariot Card XVIII The Moon Card VI The Lovers Card XVII The Star Card VII The Hierophant Card XVI The Tower Card VIII Power Card XV The Devil Card IX The Hermit Card XIV Time (Temperance) Card X The Wheel of Chance Card XIII Death Card XI Justice Card XII The Hanged Man