eBook The Tarot epub

by Mouni Sadhu

eBook The Tarot epub
  • ISBN: 0041330056
  • Author: Mouni Sadhu
  • Genre: Religion
  • Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wilshire Book Company; 2Rev Ed edition (1971)
  • Pages: 494 pages
  • ePUB size: 1764 kb
  • FB2 size 1987 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I first ran across this book many many years ago when I was first starting to learn the Tarot.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It contains a lot of material concerning the occult and while it often deals with the material on a very superficial level, it serves as a springboard toward studying the occult and how the various areas fit together to form a study of Western Occultism. I have not found too many books that cover as much as this book does. It uses the Tarot as a framework.

I first ran across this book many many years ago when I was first starting to learn the Tarot.

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Mouni Sadhu (17 August 1897 – 24 December 1971) was the nom de plume of Mieczyslaw Demetriusz Sudowski, an author of spiritual, mystical and esoteric subjects. Although born in Poland and living there until the outbreak World War II, he eventually settled in Australia and became a naturalised Australian citizen in the early 1950s.

Mouni Sadhu's book on the Tarot is not an easy read. It is important however to place the book in its historical and social context

Mouni Sadhu's book on the Tarot is not an easy read. Compared to many more recent books on Tarot, Psychology and Spirituality it may appear to be outdated and rather difficult. It is important however to place the book in its historical and social context.

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Mouni Sadhu published at least 9 books between 1947 and 1967. His first book 'Quem Sou Eu?' (Portuguese - Who Am I?) was published in Brazil in 1947 and has not yet been located. He also translated 'Initiations' by Paul Sédir from French to English which was briefly published in 1967. Mouni Sadhu left a few unpublished works which this effort will attempt to see published.

This scholarly work creates a new epoch in traditional occult philosophy. It is the first contemporary encyclopedic exposition of the great Western Tradition since the basic books by Eliphas Levi and Papus, and it also has full practical utility. The Philosophical Tarot has always been recognized as a universal key to all wisdom attainable by human beings.

Mouni Sadhu wrote seven books, all of them very practical and full of useful information and advice .

Mouni Sadhu wrote seven books, all of them very practical and full of useful information and advice, written from his rich experience. If you are a spiritual seeker desiring to gain control over your mind, to understand what the mind is, and to find who you really are, then Mouni Sadhu books have much to offer you. One of his books, titled In Days of peace, is a diary of a spiritual seeker.

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Based on ancient Chinese cards that are shuffled and laid down in a pattern that may give guidance on one's present, past & future. This book gives instruction on their images meaning.
Comments: (7)
Connorise
This is the 4th or 5th copy of this I have ordered. I often give them to friends so we can do a study together.

I first ran across this book many many years ago when I was first starting to learn the Tarot. It contains a lot of material concerning the occult and while it often deals with the material on a very superficial level, it serves as a springboard toward studying the occult and how the various areas fit together to form a study of Western Occultism.

I have not found too many books that cover as much as this book does. It uses the Tarot as a framework. I find the sequencing of the Major Arcana interesting and it's association with the Hebrew Alpha bet different than other books I have found... Which started me down a whole new rabbit hole.

In the study of this book, one thing I found very interesting was that I would study for a while, reach a point where nothing made sense. I would put the book down and meditate and internalize the material and then the next chapter would become clear. I guess it was a case of once I was ready to assimilate the material, it opened itself up to me.

I have lost my old original well worn, well self-annotated copy but am starting on a newer copy and continue to find things he talks about that are surprising and new.
Kiutondyl
I first became aware of this book in the 1960's. I was in an Ashram lead by a person who was Mouni Sadhu's friend and who lived with Mouni for a time in Australia. I worked with this book for a few years and thought it was genuine as are all of Mouni Sadhu's books. There is so much material in this book that I cannot pretend to say that I understood it all even though I read the entire book several times and worked with some things and found that they worked. If you are interested in this type of thing, especially to make Spiritual progress, I don't think you will be disappointed although I am amazed how much it has increased in piece even over the last year. It is a privilege to write a review of a book written by Mouni Sadhu, who I admire so much. Thank you.
Dukinos
First of all, this is not a book for beginners. Neither a regular Tarot Book with the conventional chapter division, as description of each Arcanum, spreads, index. This is a rare, different and strange Tarot Book. It could be regarding on the background of Mr. Sahu, and space of time. This is a very Hermetic book full of very different aspects of the hermetic teachings. If you want to learn Tarot from the beginning, well, let me tell you, that is not your book. If you would like to expand your Tarot Knowlegde, you will be more that glad to read, incorporate new information and keep it in your special Tarot bookshelf. It is incredible the amount of very interesting information. You may need to read it slowly and with a nice cup of tea. This is an enjoyable book. I strongly recommend it. You will be more that happy. Carolina.
Bloodhammer
This study is intense. Be ready for some serious book reading. This is not light fast reading.
Mr_Jeйson
This is a book no one but someone either already familiar with the material or desirous of being so would buy. It is a dense, knowledgable all-round treatise on Hermetism, and how various systems, Tarot, Kabbalah, etc. are all intimately bound up in the Tarot and how it functions as an entirely self-contained course of Enlightenment, if one uses it properly. This is highly recommended reading for tarologues and all who are interested in Hermetism and Tarot, as well as Enlightenment in general.
Trash
This book was very interesting and very helpful to me in the work that I doat home,, thank you.very much
Bladecliff
The author does not say a great deal about the Tarot. He is always going off on tangents to talk about various esoteric matters. For example, he writes about yoga breathing exercises, techniques for concentration, palmistry, the afterlife, a Polish black magician, to mention just a few digressions.He has 42 pages in the Death chapter and only four and a half pages on Temperance. You have to wade through a tangle of underbrush to find the odd fragment of Tarot luminescence.

Some really helpful books on Tarot:

Case, Paul Foster.Tarot: A Key to the Wisdom of the Ages.
Lotterhand, Jason. The Spoken Cabala.
Payne-Towler, Christine. Tarot of the Holy Light.
Pollack, Rachel. Seventy Eight Degrees of Wisdom.
Wirth, Oswald. Tarot of the Magicians.
I have been aware of this book since the early seventies,and as a lifetime occultist,recommend it highly.
One possible point of confusion in this work is the numerical arrangement of the tarot trumps;placing the
#0 card;the Fool in a different numerical position than normal.Although this arrangement is not unknown(or
unworkable),in recent years followers of the Western Tradition have gravitated toward a more apparent,sensible
numeration sequence.Nevertheless,the true value of the work lies in it's observations of the nature of the
trumps;how they affect thought processes and emotions,and even practical exercises designed to aid in understanding
and stimulating the related abilities and insights that the tarot can bring.All of this makes this work an excellent
study,and can help greatly in bringing it all"down to earth",regardless of how well it may align with some other
systems.All of the old truths are there,offered with genuine insight,and are a great addition to the tarot section
of any library.
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