17 The Star Tarot card meanings

17 The Star Tarot card meanings


17th card is the Star card, which of course
was transposed by Crowley, Tzaddi is not the Star, so he transposed with the Emperor card.
It is well out of sequence. He is now saying He the 5th hebrew letter is to do with this
one. It refers to Aquarius, the water-bearer, Nuith, our Lady of the Stars, He goes very
much into what you can see here is her arms, she has two vases, something which reflects
in a way the card of the Art card, which this transposition of the jugs of water and everything
else. She also represents the whirling swastika, not the Nazi swastika, but it is a swastika,
the whirling of the energies. He quotes Lake Pasquaney, Nothingness with twinkles… but
what twinkles! We have the star of Venus, which is very much to do with Babalon in the
corner there which brings us back to the Chariot, the Chariot, Babalon. So he talks about the
Indian the philosophers, and we have the Great Sea as well, because there is this kind of
thing going on because it is to with the cards transposed. He talks about the Star of Babalon
because the sigil of the Brotherhood of the A. A. Argenteum Astrum, and she is the Scarlet
woman, which is to do with the Lust card as well. She is kind of innocent and pure and
everything else, she is the maiden, washing water over her, and we have the lust card,
blood is involved. So now, the interesting thing is he talks about geometry here, in
particular 3 dimensional, 4th dimensions Riemann, Bolyai and Lobatchewski, which is to do with
Riemannian geometry which he structures the universe itself. Which Einstein used Riemannian
geometry in his Theory of Relativity, It is a powerful thing. and he quotes the Book of
the Law as well right to the end. we are kind of whizzing through these cards, because to
go into the real detail takes a lot of effort. I don’t mind doing the effort, but I don’t
want you to fall asleep. In the mnemonics, after Peh comes Heh, is the fifth letter,
so that should have been back after Vau, but its been transposed, tzaddi and heh, so now
Heh is out of sequence. He says, Nuit, our Lady of the Stars! Event is all Thy play,
sublime Experiment! Crowley is talking about experimentation and science that is the thing
about it. He transposed it but, has he? What does he say about this card? Use all thine
energy to rule thy thought; burn up thy thought as the Phoenix. hang on a minute, that is
the Emperor, isn’t it? We have to go back to the heh card which is, Pour Water on thyself:
thus shalt thou be a fountain of the Universe. Find thou thyself in every Star. Achieve thou
every possibility. Every man is star kind of thing, from the Book of the Law. Then we
have to go back to the 17th verse to find the meanings of the card, because of course
he swapped back them as well, so we have; Hope, unexpected help, clearness of vision,
realization of possibilities, spiritual insight, with bad aspects, error of judgment, dreaminess,
disappointment. Dreaminess he is mentioning the next card which is The Moon.

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