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Cosmic Tarot: Does anyone here read Hebrew?


Hello
I wish I could read this, the letters are so beautiful.
This is the Cosmic Tarot Wheel of Fortune card. at the top is a circle with the Pluto glyph and three Hebrew letters. Near the bottom of the card are five more letters. Could someone please tell me what it says?

http://www.tarot.com/tarot/decks/ind...ID=4&cardID=10

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The word above appears to be "Kether", and the word below "Malkuth". These words have to do with to the sephiroth of the Tree of Life, the top and the bottom.
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First, lemme just say my hebrew reading is not too good without the vowels, but I took a stab at reading it.

I think the word below says "melachot," which would mean "kingship" "royalty" "sovreignty" "kingdom" "majesty" etc.

And the word above says "keter" which would mean "crown."

But again, I'm not sure... You have to read hebrew with no vowels as roots, and I haven't had lessons in years.
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Hello
I wish I could read this, the letters are so beautiful.
This is the Cosmic Tarot Wheel of Fortune card. at the top is a circle with the Pluto glyph and three Hebrew letters. Near the bottom of the card are five more letters. Could someone please tell me what it says?

http://www.tarot.com/tarot/decks/ind...ID=4&cardID=10

thanks!
--Myrrha
The image incorporates the tree of life with its ten circles/sephiroth. The top one with the Pluto glyph is Kether (KTR) the crown, the bottom one with the earth glyph is Malkuth (MLKVT) Kingdom.
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OK that makes sense. Thank you very much for this. I didn't realize this Wheel incorporates the tree of life.
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And the planetry glyphs in the circle would then be:

Saturn = Binah
Jupiter = Chesed
Mars = Gevorah
Venus = netzach
Mercury = Hod
Moon = Yesod

The centre = Tiphereth. (Sun)

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And the planetry glyphs in the circle would then be:

Saturn = Binah
Jupiter = Chesed
Mars = Gevorah
Venus = netzach
Mercury = Hod
Moon = Yesod

The centre = Tiphereth. (Sun)

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OK, but if Saturn (on this particular image) is Binah then is Chokmah Uranus or Neptune? And what about the one left over?

Visually (now that I can see it as the tree of life) it looks more like he is saying Saturn is at Daath, Neptune is Binah and Uranus is Chokmah. I wonder if Losche is doing this differently to accommodate the modern planets. Just a thought I haven't studied kabalah.

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I assume you got the answer, but I believe that there is a hebrew/english dictionary on the web.
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And the planetry glyphs in the circle would then be:

Saturn = Binah
Jupiter = Chesed
Mars = Gevorah
Venus = netzach
Mercury = Hod
Moon = Yesod

The centre = Tiphereth. (Sun)

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Looks to me like they have Saturn at Daath, Neptune at Binah and Uranus at Chokmah.

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Sorry for late reply. I assigned saturn to Binah because it's the way I learned it. (Binah = first 'manifestation' as such, and also called the place of Sorrow).

But there's lots of websites with the planetry associations.

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