Hi to All Members,
The first class will probably be my most information-weighty class. Subsequent classes will focus more on your own intuitive grasp of the cards and on reading practice. In terms of Kabbalah (Qabalah), in subsequent classes, I will only offer such information (esoteric titles, esoteric functions) that I believe can add add to your kit bag of information for your intuition to work on.
You can find a summary of this class and copies of handouts that I passed out to the class in the "Files" section of our Meetup group.
You can find these by clicking the "File" button under the tab at the top of the page that reads
I'm not planning on writing summaries of all classes. I just thought that a summary of this first class would be nice.
Thanks, Beth Palladino
P.S. Paul Foster Case was American not British -- my bad. Yes, he was a member of the Golden Dawn and did introduce the Rider Waite deck to the U.S., but he was born and lived in the U.S.. When I was discussing Pamela Colman Smith's connection to Brooklyn, I neglected to mention that A. E. Waite was also connected to Brooklyn. Even though he spent most of his life in England, he was born in Brooklyn. I may have inadvertently mentioned that the Visconti tarot was from circa the 1640s. If I did, I meant the 1460s -- when it comes to numbers, I can be dyslexic.
From the desk of E. Palladino