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Enrique Enriquez and I discuss the Orbifold, Part 4: Sabotage and Subversion

Continuing from structure and randomness

E.E: The first metaphor in tarot happens when we shuffle the tarot. There is a carnivalesque stance in this debasement of hierarchies. 1,214 more words

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Enrique Enriquez and I discuss the Orbifold, Part 3: Structure and Randomness

E.E: recently I saw my heart in an ECG. It seemed like lightning falling on the same tree, over and over.

The way I see it, systole and diastole, understood as expansion and contraction, are the two grammar rules of the symbolic world.  1,661 more words

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Enrique Enriquez and I discuss the Orbifold, Part 2: Symmetry, Rhythm, and Abstraction

Continuing our conversation from Part 1, Enrique probes into why I chose abstraction in an environment that seems to favour scenic depictions for tarot. 1,857 more words

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Enrique Enriquez and I discuss the Orbifold, Part 1: Is Geometry the Soul of Things?


This week I’ve had the great pleasure to discuss The Orbifold Tarot with a Tarot Revolutionary: Enrique Enriquez. His questions are insightful and challenging, helping me understand my own work better from an outside mirror. 1,798 more words

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Tarot de Marseille for Modern Life: Five Webinars by Five Modern Teachers

This series of live webinars is one of the most exciting things to happen in my tarot life since I first learned to read with the TdM over a decade ago. 566 more words

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Featured Poet: Enrique Enriquez

Welcome to 2015! This year, I will be featuring one poet a month here on the blog. My first featured contributor is Enrique Enriquez, who generously agreed to answer some questions about Tarot and poetry. 1,797 more words

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My Tarot Story

As promised in an earlier post, I thought I would share a bit about my background in tarot.

Like many people, I became curious about tarot, along with other esoteric stuff, in my teens. 538 more words

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