October 1st, 2016, Tarot By Number (& Suit) by Jill Scott

Meeting will be held Saturday, October 1st, 2016 at the Lilly Library in Florence, MA from 1PM to 3PM

This month I will be presenting my newly self-published book, Tarot by Number (and Suit). This session will include a brief introduction to the tarot-numerology system outlined in the book as well as several reading activities and discussions. This is an ideal presentation for novices and advanced readers alike. You do not need to own a copy of the book to follow along in the meeting, handouts with essential material will be presented.   I may have a few copies available at the meeting, but your best bet is to purchase the book in advance:  BUY THE BOOK HERE

Please bring a deck that follows a Rider-Waite-Smith structure.

“Numerology is the branch of knowledge that deals with the occult significance of numbers. Numbers are symbols that represent ideas in our minds. When applied to the tarot system, they become more significant and the idea of them expands. Also they become common to all who use the system. When symbols become commonly accepted they develop into a language. A language cannot exist in the mind of one person alone; it must be commonly accepted to function, and be of critical use. That is the purpose for this book and all it shares. Once we have a common tarot communication system, reading tarot will not become so diluted as to be difficult or incomprehensible to the reader.  You will not find yourself resorting to intuition alone. And you will easily be able to transfer between decks and read with them, even the obscure ones.”



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