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Originally Posted by Fulgour
I would tend to agree with JMD, about using the Marseille pattern for this.
The Visconti-Sforza was created as an amusement for a wealthy nobleman.
We enjoy its beauty, and rare qualities as an artifact, but Viva Marseilles!
The esoteric aspects of the Visconti-Sforza imagery are not yet fully explored. Just because a work has been commissioned by a wealthy nobleman doesn't mean that the artist didn't insert esoteric symbolism and concepts, known or unknown to the commissioning nobleman. If one seeks, one will find. There are possibly Hebrew letter correlations in the Visconti-Sforza imagery. After all, such correlations have already purportedly been found by Mark Filipas for the Dellarocca deck, as well as the Marseille deck.

Vive le Marseille, Viva Visconti-Sforza.
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