Finally…the corrected version of the Mazzaloth Polyhedral Qamea. Please refer to my earlier post of 9/23/11 to see why it had to be updated to this version.
Israel Regardie’s Tattva Cards
We recently came into possession of a complete set of Israel Regardie’s Tattva cards, as willed to us from the late Donald Michael Kraig. A small sample these cards can be seen here. The Read more…
Morgan Drake Eckstein · December 31, 2011 at 8:10 pm
Thanks for sharing.
J.C. · February 8, 2012 at 3:33 pm
Tabatha, do you have versions of these for all five of the Platonic Solids? I am purchasing some wooden solids and this would be a great application for those pieces.
Tabatha · February 8, 2012 at 6:38 pm
I have published versions for 3 others: Two different versions for the tetrahedron (Saturn and Jupiter polycams), a solar polycam for the cube, and a mercurial polycam for the octahedron. These can be found in Hermetic Virtues Magazine No 17, Fall 2011 issue.
I am currently working on creating a polycam for the icosahedron.
J.C. · February 8, 2012 at 7:59 pm
I find it interesting that you attribute them to planetery energies, as the five Platonic solids are more traditionally attributed to the five elements. However, based on the numbers associated with them, like the four(Jupiter) triangles(Saturn), I can see your justification for that attribution. However, being that the tetrahedron is generally attributed to fire, I don't know that I would have personally come to the same conclusions. It's definitely something to contemplate.
Tabatha · February 8, 2012 at 10:27 pm
Fair enough. I considered the Saturn attribution to be more Supernal than planetary. And the Portal Ritual tells us that "Jupiter is the Lord of Fire."
But, the title of our article in HV magazine was "Musings on the Magic Squares." None of this Gospel. 🙂
J.C. · February 9, 2012 at 5:41 am
Oh don't get me wrong. Today I was totally having a nerd moment with printouts of the pictures you've posted of the Mazloth Qamea. I've thoroughly enjoyed your "musings."