The 2 BOOKS you see pictured on either side here are not published yet, but are being written at this time. BEYOND DIVINATION: MINOR ARCANA'S Role in SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION (first) by Suzzan Babcock and BEYOND DIVINATION: MAJOR ARCANA'S Role in SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION (second); these works are Suzzan’s understanding of multiple people’s inspiration on the Tarot throughout history in connection to her "Kabbalistic Tree of Life Vision in 2006". As the titles indicate, the tarot material covered is from a Spiritual Transformational perspective rather than only from a position of divination.
We are in the time now when "Cosmic Mind-Stuff" is coming forth for all humanity to bathe their Spiritual selves' in.
The Rabbi's Tarot by Daphna Moore is used throughout The Know Thyself Initiative and is featured in STAGE 4 of KTI. As such, it is an absolute requirement to complete the remaining stages and is the most thorough study of the esoteric Kabbalistic teaching behind the 22 Major Arcana cards. The story of how The Rabbi’s Tarot came into print starts with a rabbi giving it to ex-Jesuit priest who studied it for 40 years, before anonymously giving it to Daphna. Anyway, she is the best person to explain the process:
"After studying spiritualism, astrology, numerology, tarot, and belonging to many self-help groups, I was given a treatise, by someone who wished to remain anonymous, with the agreement I would study it and add to it my understanding of life and its meaning; or I would publish its completion and make it available for the world. The Rabbi’s Tarot is the tool that freed me from all my past belief systems. I came to understand through studying this material that by discovering the beliefs we hold, we find the beliefs that hold us. It is only after this discovery that we are free to hold beliefs. Few are able to tame the beast of belief within and be his master, but with The Rabbi’s Tarot and its secret teachings, you can become masterful. Each day I arise saying, I am grateful for life and this moment.”
Ancient Teachings on the EGO: in Daphna Moore’s RABBI’S TAROT
Daphna last revised and published her book in 2007 with a limited printing. Those books are now gone. That is why we moved the teachings forward with her consent and blessing into Ancient Teachings on the EGO: in Daphna Moore’s RABBI’S TAROT With Additional Commentary From Suzzan Babcock. This book ( 8.5 X 11 binding ) preserves her last edition in its entirety. We reformatted it only slightly by adding emphasis to important points and italics to some cards mentioned. For instance, any reference to another card other than the card of that chapter is italicized. Suzzan’s ADDITIONAL COMMENTARY became a separate section following the SYMBOLISM segment for each Major Arcana Card.
Through specific guidance, Suzzan recolored all the cards in alignment with Daphna’s highlighting of particular colors and/or features of cards in the SYMBOLISM section. Therefore, throughout the book we have used this new deck in the graphics and illustrations. This new deck is the RWS-ARCANAs TAROT.
Daphna Moore's thoughts on the new releases:
In this book resides the following sentence. 'The teaching of Tarot and the esoteric teaching of Scripture narrative is that the self-conscious, by assiduous endeavor, may bring into your body (and your body is your self-conscious) more and more of the superconscious in the form of Cosmic Mind-Stuff.' It is this Cosmic Mind-Stuff, an energetic manifestation of sorts, which finds its way into our world when allowed. I believe it found not only the Rabbi and the Priest before me, but also Suzzan in its effort of coming forth for all humanity.
The Alchemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz: Exploring the Mysteries in the Third Manifest
The Alchemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz, written by Valentin Andrea in 1616 is the third Manifest in the group of three, calling for a scientific and social reform.
The Alchemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz tells the story of the enlightenment of a modest person, who receives an invitation to go to the Wedding of a King and Queen in the Castle of transformation that finally turns out to be a tower with seven storeys and a loft where the union of Body Soul and Spirit takes place. Though the story was written in 1616 by Valentin Andrea at the age of 17, its symbolism is still very much applicable and understandable for our time. This inspired story can only be understood and lifted out of a somewhat childish fairytale if one undertakes long meditation on each of the seven days the storey is divided in. As also many geometrical concepts are used, the author studied them in depth in a separate Appendix on Sacred Geometry.