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Tarot

  I see that I have posted nothing here for a year. There is a good reason for this, and it comes under the ‘Keep Silent’ rule observed by many students of the WET. I have been wholly absorbed in creating a set of Tarot card designs for use in…

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Weave World

A few years ago my geekier friends were showing me complicated shapes made out of a white, nylon-like plastic. They had been printed using the first generation of home 3D printers. There were wild claims that 3D printing would transform manufacturing. Perhaps it will. My son Dougie uses one for prototyping…

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Publication!!

I have spent several years working on a book about the Hermetic Kabbalah. I am very pleased to say it is now available through Amazon in the USA and in the EU. It is a large book of 464 pages and over 60 illustrations, and not only covers many aspects…

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The Four Zoas

Tarot card ‘the World’, Marseille Tarot est. 17th. century. Phanes, Orphic/Mithraic plaque, Modena 12th. century ivory tetramorph design, Cluny Tetramorph illustration Seventh century tetramorph design, Crypte Saint-Paul, Place Saint-Paul, Jouarre, France Four Mighty Ones are in every Man: a perfect Unity Cannot exist but from the Universal Brotherhood of Eden,…

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TRUE DETECTIVE

Although I enjoyed True Detective enormously, I was disappointed in one important respect: it attempted an occult theme, and as so often happens, I thought it failed, and I felt disappointed. The background to True Detective was a series of ritualistic murders, and the writers had attempted to construct an occult framework out of…

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Welcome, and Whats-Up

Welcome to this new blog. It is part of the Hermetic Kabbalah site at digital-brilliance.com.  For the past five years I have been preparing a book, and consequently the site is not updated as much as I would like (apart from Don Karr, who updates his many contributions regularly). I hope…

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Hermetic Kabbalah

If you have arrived at this blog via a search engine or other random hyperlink, you might be wondering what it is about.  This is the personal blog of Colin Low attached to Hermetic Kabbalah at www.digital-brilliance.com. You can find an extended explanation what I mean by  ‘Hermetic Kabbalah’ here.

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