Douglas Blake speaks on the Kemetic Tarot

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Join us on October 27, 2023 e.v. at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT/1:30 a.m. UTC as Douglas Blake speaks on the conception, creation, and idiosyncrasies of the An Oracle Of Kemet: Tarot Of The Noutjeru, which uses art rendered after the style of New Kingdom Egyptian Iconography (circa 1549–1069 BCE.)

Doug has had a life-long interest in History, Religion and Spirituality. He began studying and working with Tarot, alongside his studies of Hermetic Qabalah and Magick in the 1980s. His study of Kemetic (Pharaonic Egyptian) history, language, religion and magic began in earnest in 2004. Doug is a Freemeason and Past Master of Queen Anne Lodge #242 (Free & Accepted Masons of Washington). He is Past Study Group Coordinator and Past Pronaos Artisan of a fraternal order dedicated to Tarot and Qabalah studies [B.O.T.A.]. He has also served as a local officer as well as national grand lodge officer for Ordo Templi Orientis, having managed two national governing bodies therein. He is also active clergy with the O.T.O.’s Gnostic Catholic Church (ordained Priest 1997 and consecrated Bishop 2015) and serves as an S.G.I.G.

Doug is a musician, vocalist and artist. He designed, drew and painted this Tarot deck between 2015 and 2021. He is a graphic designer by profession, having worked in the printing industry since 1983. Doug was born and raised in Seattle, WA and currently lives between Seattle and Tacoma.

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Love is the law, love under will.

An Oracle of Kemet
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Astrological Tarot with Jaime Paul Lamb

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Brother Lamb discusses the gradual melding of astrology and tarot, which reached its fullest expression as a practical system in the Golden Dawn Tradition. He begins by providing historical context, discussing their synthesis and systemization in the Golden Dawn and, finally, analyzes practical examples of how astrology and tarot may be synthesized in such a way as to mutually elucidate and compliment the findings of each art singularly.

Jaime Paul Lamb is the author of Myth, Magick & Masonry: Occult Perspectives in Freemasonry (The Laudable Pursuit, 2018), Approaching the Middle Chamber: The Seven Liberal Arts in Freemasonry and the Western Esoteric Tradition (The Laudable Pursuit, 2020) and The Archetypal Temple and Other Writings on Masonic Esotericism (Tria Prima Press, 2021). He is a member of Lapis Lazuli Oasis OTO, Phoenix, AZ.