Meditations on the Tarot: A Journey Into Christian Hermeticism

Meditations on the Tarot: A Journey Into Christian Hermeticism

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By (author) Anonymous, Translated by Robert Powell

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  • Publisher: Jeremy P Tarcher
  • Format: Paperback | 670 pages
  • Dimensions: 155mm x 229mm x 30mm | 612g
  • Publication date: 10 June 2002
  • Publication City/Country: Los Angeles
  • ISBN 10: 1585421618
  • ISBN 13: 9781585421619
  • Sales rank: 47,506

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Written by an anonymous figure who wished for the book to be published posthumously, Meditations on the Tarot is a timely contribution toward the rediscovery and renewal of the Christian contemplative tradition of the Fathers of the Church and the High Middle Ages.

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"It is simply astonishing. I have never read such a comprehensive account of the 'perennial philosophy.' There is hardly a line without some profound significance. To me it is the last word in wisdom." (Father Bede Griffiths) "This book, in my view, is the greatest contribution to date toward the rediscovery and renewal of the Christian contemplative tradition of the Fathers of the Church and the High Middle Ages." (Trappist Abbot Thomas Keating, OCSO) "Meditations on the Tarot has become instrumental in my thinking and in my understanding of health and disease. The writer-who calls himself 'Unknown Friend'-seems to be speaking to me directly with endless wisdom and inspiration." (Gerald Epstein, M.D., author of Healing Visualizations) "The most beautiful and instructive book of the twentieth century concerning Western esotericism." (Antoine Faivre, professor of Germanic Studies at the University of Haute-Normany) "The book begs not only to be studied cover to cover, but also to be savored, meditated upon and assimilated into one's life." (Richard W. Kropf, National Catholic Reporter)