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Prophecy - June 1, 2024 Blog

Kabbalah calls this tenfold array the sefirot. It aligns with the six divine emanations or energetic centers situated on the human body and four hovering close to it. (see below) . . . .

Kabbalah Tree of Life and Human Body

Tree of Life, 10 Sefirot, and the Human Body

SIDE STREET 

Street Tarot Side Street

- by Richard Feynman

For the June 1, 2024 Blog

“It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong.” 

 - Richard Feynman, US theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner. 

STREET SMARTS

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Hand Bound Leather Books by Myra Mossman

Hebrew Letter and the Tarot

Uniquely, the Holy Hebrew Letters are considered feminine in nature. Each has three aspects to their meaning:1) a vocalization sound or silent breath; 2) an alpha-numerical value distinct from her alphabetical order, ie the letter in the 12th position is Lamed, and she has a numerical value of 30. Kabbalists find mystical associations in a coded numerical relationships between words of the Torah that equal the same value. This is called "gamatria"; and 3) a symbolic-spiritual aspect arrayed in each of the letter's form or architecture. Even if you don't know the Hebrew language, by scanning the text the sacred geometry of the letters will impart meaning and knowledge to your subconscious. God created the world with speech, which breaks down to words, which breaks down to letters.

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" John 1:1.

This page will develop and grow with up-coming post. The date shows when the Hebrew letter and tarot card were discussed in a blog. See an example below:

Bet (Vet) and the Magician - March 1, 2024

I am reminded of the tarot card, The Magician. Its beneficial aspect is manifestation through effective communication which helps us achieve our goals and connect to people. Generally, this card is depicted with the symbols of the four suits of the tarot displayed on a table before a practitioner. These demonstrate his or her resourcefulness. In turn, the figure represents a divine messenger: the Greek god Mercury, an angel, or prophet whose intentions are for the good. A bad aspect of this card is in the misguided use of the power of speech. How we talk to others and especially to ourselves can be destructive or transformative. . . .

Hebrew Letter Bet
The Magician Tarot Card

Kabbalistic Number for

The Magician is 2

Hebrew Letter

ABOUT 

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Myra Mossman, Esq. is an Attorney, Archival Hand Bookbinder and Paper Restorer, Martial Artist, Tarot Reader, Author and Publisher of ‘My Random Death - A Memoir’, and the ‘Street Tarot’ blog. 

"While deep in study something seemingly miraculous can arise. In the metaphorical dark cave of contemplations an oh so fleetingly flicker of light appears. It is a flash of awareness from my intuition. One's mind fills with new ideas. I can feel a flow of heightened energy coursing through me. My body heats up in its rush. To fully appreciate this phenomenon of pure joy, derived from a keener understanding, one might have to shut out the world. Closing off can help us to be aware of the subtle, sublime spark."

Seasons may come and go but streets often stay the same. This principal goes for the website's logo. It's background colors and design elements will change in accordance with the solstices and equinoxes but the name will always be "Street Tarot." 

BOOK

My Random Death front cover

Myra Mossman is the nationally recognized author and publisher of My Random Death - A Memoir. Her true crime story with a mystical twist takes readers on a journey across North America and into their souls. It is about courage, triumph over evil and how our perceptions of the everyday, ordinary world can deepen. Ultimately it’s about trusting oneself and how the gift of intuition becomes revealed.

My Random Death - A Memoir is Myra's debut book.

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