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When the Magician shows in reverse, you may be overlooking the synchronicities, which could be pointing you in the direction you most want to and need to go. Again, when this card is reversed, you could be doubting yourself unnecessarily and causing yourself (and those around you) problems as a result.
Card Meanings: Insecurity, Delay, Cunning, Unused Ability, Greed, Lack Of Self-Confidence, Unimaginative, Manipulation, Untrustworthiness, Conniving, Trickery
The Magus is about making higher and better use of all of one’s power. Spiritual, emotional, and otherwise. This is another card that often signifies new beginnings and great expectations. This is a very powerful, positive omen in a reading. This card reminds us that we have the power to make a difference, in our lives and in the greater world, if we simply make a point to try. You should note that this is not magic in the sense that you need to do spell-work or anything of that nature. It’s also not ‘magic’ like a stage illusionist performs, which is the somewhat superficial appearance of wondrous feats. This is actual transformation of the literal and figurative world in normal ways. You are not going to have it all handed to you on a plate, but you have the potential to have that plate and a lot of what’s on it if you do the magic yourself. The Magus is all about action. If you do nothing you’ll get nothing. If you don’t know what to do then just do something because anything is better than nothing. In other words if you don’t try you won’t get.
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Elements of the Psychic World: In around 1534 Nostradamus married and began a family. Tragically, his life collapsed around him a few years later when the plague took the lives of his wife and two children and the Inquisition sought him for questioning. Nostradamus packed his bags and drifted through Italy and France for the next six years. According to legend his prophetic visions began to develop at this time.
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Angel Encyclopedia: Dominican inquisitors successfully blocked publication of the entire work but only temporarily. A spurious fourth book appeared in 1567, but it was denounced by Weyer. An English translation of Occult Philosophy, published in 1651, was plagiarized by the occultist FRANCIS BARRETT, who published a truncated version of it as his own book THE MAGUS in 1801. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the premier magical fraternity of Western occultism, which flourished in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, used Occult Philosophy as a key source for much of its material.
Creative Tarot: After that, I was hooked. I began the slow process of studying the meaning of the tarot and understanding its uses. At the time I worked mostly as a book critic, and I was intrigued by the way the cards could be used as a tool for storytelling. Each reading is, essentially, a story. It begins here, at the center. One card represents you and tells you who you are as the protagonist; others say whats happening to you, what did happen to you, what will happen. Other cards show up as people wandering into your story; others create plot and action.
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Angel Encyclopedia: The Magus stimulated a revival of interest in occultism; the great occultist Eliphas Levi was influenced by it. However, there is very little original material in the book. Barrett lifted material from the works of AGRIPPA, Peter of Albano, Jean Baptiste von Helmont, and other experts on alchemy and occultism. Barrett did contribute some new illustrations: portraits of various demons, which he may have seen while scrying.