Tag: kabbalah

In 2005, I started collecting the Pritzker edition of the Sefer ha-Zohar. I finally got the last two volumes this week — an early birthday gift to myself! I’m so pleased to see them all sitting together on the shelf! Finally!! #books #bibliophile #kabbalah #Arnemancy #zohar #ספרהזהר via Instagram

The Immortal Body in Hermeticism

Back in March, I had a conversation with Jeremy Crow in episode 28 of My Alchemical Bromance. We discussed the Left Hand Path (LHP), about which I had only a surface understanding before we really dug into it. While there are multiple ways to differentiate between the two paths, we focused on one in particular… Read more »

One of the meditations I’m teaching the Qabalah Qlub is simply coloring. This doesn’t require knowing any particular set of color correspondences. It’s a contemplative method of learning the Sefirot on the Tree in relation to each other. #qabalah #קק #arnemancy #coloring #kabbalah via Instagram

Learning from Qabalah Qlub

In January, the Portland Scottish Rite Valley started a monthly club night. I came up with an idea for a club to study Hermetic Qabalah as it’s presented in Morals & Dogma and the Scottish Rite degrees. This has been an incredible learning experience for me.

Card of the Week: The Fool

“Prithee, nuncle, tell me whether a madman be a gentleman or a yeoman.” The Fool, King Lear, Act III, Scene 6 This week, we’re talking about The Fool. The deck I’m referencing is one I don’t use very often, The Haindl Tarot. I was just putting the deck away when this card slipped out. A Muddled… Read more »

Card of the Week: Wheel of Fortune

Recently, I was reading for a client who had a lot of questions about the Wheel of Fortune. This is one of the more intimidating and complicated cards in the Major Arcana. We talked at great length about this card and its symbolism. When I drew this card for the Card of the Week, ideas quickly… Read more »