Tag Archives: A. E. Waite

Notes About The High Priestess

Symbols of The High Priestess: I’ve been reading Tarot Cards for over 25 years. You’d think that by now I would have noticed every symbol on every card, but no…I’m still being surprised by subtle (but significant) imagery and symbolism … Continue reading

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Arthur Edward Waite—Designer of the Modern Tarot

Bio of A.E. Waite—the Man Behind the Modern Tarot In the 1800s, many occultists were cashing in on the spiritual and metaphysical interests of that era. Arthur Waite was different from other mystics of his time. He wanted to share … Continue reading

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The Fool of the Tarot

Card Zero — Tarot’s Hero He’s gone from zero to hero in 450 years. In one of the oldest Tarot decks (Visconti-Sforza Tarocchi) The Fool of the Tarot was a homeless beggar, stumbling around village streets in a daze. He had … Continue reading

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