|THE TWO CENT TOUR||THE INTERPRETATION PAGES||THE AMAZING NAME NUMEROLOGY CALCULATOR|
|A moderate amount of information
for those with moderate interest.
Painfully brief and horribly incomplete.
|Page after page after page of
keywords phrases and concepts
to help with the semantics of tarot.
|An amazing device for calculating the influence of numbers
upon the character of a human.
Take the questionnaire, calculate your name, know thyself.
In this particular "wisdom system" numerology does not appear in the traditional sense. In this system, numbers are simply used to label parts. They label the imporant parts of a model of ideas - a model designed and governed by archetypally primordial patterns in nature. As each number comes to represent certain aspects of an evolving form, a unique brand of numerology takes shape. When these numbers are used in the design of a tarot deck, the patterns that each number represents become linked to individual cards. This linkage then creates an etymological path between archetypally primordial patterns and the subjectively created symbols and icons of humans.
|The patterns of nature that make up the theoretical model of existence being presented everywhere on this site do not exist! They are infinitely drawn nowhere. The visible representations used in this study are like paint poured over The Invisible Man. These patterns are the patterns of the True Self that many spiritual philosophies try to convey to initiates. How we use them to describe our personalities makes up our ego. When we look past the ego and shed all our mundane affectations, we see how these patterns underpin the expressions that we've built up to represent our uniquely human forms. In this way we see how we are all the same under the skin, while using the various aspects of these invisible lines of force, or lack of force, to build a tangible conscious identity among other humans doing the same.|
NOTE: "Good" and "Bad" are of course subjective terms. The explanations and interpretations offered here are based on my own personal sense of good and bad, and are only offered as suggested possibilities. Others may in fact reject the notion of good and bad entirely. In which case upright and reversed meanings could be taken as simple extremes and in betweens with no good or bad intent at all (see the essay Good and Bad, Right and Wrong, Smile and Frown elsewhere on this site).
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