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The Book of Gates is Born!

At the end of last year, a few days after the final completion of the Quareia course, after 3 years of full time writing 50+ hours a week you would think I would want to rest. But no. I had … Continue reading

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The struggles with Magical Training, and the Quareia Apprentice Section

Now that more people are reaching into Quareia and studying the course, more people are asking the same questions, so it maybe pertinent to cover some of those answers here in a blog. Many of the topics covered here are … Continue reading

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Yahweh’s Divorce from the Goddess Asherah in the Garden of Eden

Originally posted on Mythology Matters:
Hebrew Bible scholars have long recognized that the writer who penned the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and much other narrative in the first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible…

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LXXXI Quareia The Magician’s Deck

Originally posted on benebell wen:
The LXXXI is an 81-card esoteric deck by Josephine McCarthy, Stuart Littlejohn, and Cassandra Beanland. It’s not a tarot deck, though you’ll see cards captioned “Chariot,” “Wheel of Fate,” Hierophant,” “Luna” (Moon), “Sol” (Sun), and “Death.”…

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Welcome

Welcome!  Besides blog posts, this site has free tarot resources, an audio archive, and basic magical methods/training details, with links to further sites. Thank you for visiting!

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The Magicians deck.

Originally posted on alchemyparusha:
In this post I would like to write about the Magicians deck published by Quareia. The deck isn’t based on traditional Tarot archetypes. Its a 81 card deck that is divided in 4 realms. “The Divine…

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Introducing a new blog

When you are writing a vast course, as I am doing with Quareia, one of the most vital things that keeps you looking even vaguely intelligent is a good editor. I am truly blessed in that the editor I work … Continue reading

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