Divination

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, No. 4, Vernal Equinox 2003, Divination

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
No. 4, Vernal Equinox 2003

Divination

Editorial: Why Study the Divinatory Arts
by Frater P.A.L.
A magician talks about the study of divination.

Reading the Green Language of Light
by Vincent Bridges
Is there a connection between DNA, the I Ching, Tarot, the Tree of Life and the Green Language of the initiates?

Departments

Poetry
Love Under Will - David Wooley
Untitled - Russell K.
Silence - Russell K.

Book Reviews
Three Books of Golden Dawn Tarot - J. S. Kupperman

JWMT Discussion Forum

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Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition

Publisher
J. S. Kupperman

Main Content Editor
Alex Sumner

Creative Editor
Soror L.A.

Rituals Editor
Frater L.

Copy Editor
Frater L.

Art Direction
Soror L.A.
J. S. Kupperman

Web Design and Development
J. S. Kupperman

Contributing Writers
Vincent Bridges, Frater P.A.L., Russell K., J. S. Kupperman, David Wooley

The Cover Art: Too Much Truth?
by Arthur Davis Broughton

“The theodicy series is an exploration into the existence of evil in a universe created by an omnipotent omniscient and wholly good God. I like to combine symbols of these different aspects of Christianity with a modern figure trying to muddle through such a confusing existence.”

More of Mr. Broughton's art can be found at http://www.wcnet.org/~katrac/bwports.htm

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