The Thoth Princess of Disks, is about Mastery of Creativity and Birth of New Forms. She is the pregnant one.
As you may have gleamed by now, all these cards represent states of conscious energy that weave a pattern of energy conscious in the material world---as you, the personality!
The Greeks called this state of consciousness Persephone, who enters Hades, every winter and escapes Hades and manifests on Earth every spring.
The Ace of Disks, besides being Aleister Crowley's personal card of the Beast 666, is the seed of the Energy Transformation that we call Earth and that which impregnates the Princess.
The knowledge of the new Aeon of Horus, dispels the archaic concept of Earth as a evil, passive, immobile, even dead element . Rather, Earth is a transformation of Intelligent Energy Conscious that many moderns call Gaea. Now this may all be new to us of the "Divide and Conquer" military industrial complex, but as I tour my Soul, I find a Perspective-Personality, of Native American manifestation who named this Intelligent Force of Earth,
This "primitive" personality, as did the Alchemists, seemed to understand that the " Water and Sun" union, transformed soil into living forms, long before our scientist "discovered" this very concept called "Therm o-dynamics".
The Thoth Deck Ace of Disks, is a styled rendition of a Molecule, (the union of atoms) show in the back ground of the Emerald Green of the Aeon of Isis (Grandmother River ). This Emerald Green is of the King-Scale color decided upon by the Egyptian Hierophants. However, this green is not the original vegetable green of Isis but that of the " emerald-spring green" of the new Aeon following the resurrection of Osiris as Horus. The Princess of Disks is carrying the Seed of the new Aeon. Therefore the Disks are considered to be "living" and not the dead chemistry of coins. The Disks are the whirling emblems of Star, Planets, atoms etc, all of which are whirling spheres.
There is the new doctrine of Tetragrammaton where
He',the final earthly component, the Daughter, is set upon the Throne of the Mother, to awaken the Eld of the All-Father.
In the words of Zoroaster, Tetragrammaton is a " rebounding, whirling forth, crying aloud." Therefore the Name is not a dead symbol, but describes a whirling Sphere of Divine Action.
The center of the Thoth Deck Ace of Disks, is a complicate Hieroglyph representing the "the chosen priest- and apostle of infinite space" and/or the "prince-priest the Beast." (Liber AL. I.15.). In the center of all is yet another form of Tetragrammaton, the Phallus, showing Sol and Luna, with the number 666 inscribed, as to equilibrating the Seven Sevens adding to 156 (Babalon-The Scarlett woman.)
Explaining the Arcane Magick depicted on the Ace of Disks is far too lengthy and complicated for this blog, so I recommend that you get the Book of Thoth, and scroll to pages 210-212 for further information and references.
This central cypher is enclosed in a Heptagram that is interlaced with Pentagons whose sides are extended forming a wheel of 10 spokes, bounded by a Decagon encompassed in a circular band with the inscribed name of TO META EHPION (Basically meaning Pi) (This card is a research and meditative must for the Student of Gnosis. )
About this whirling Disk are its six wings (6 is the number of the Sun) The Thoth Deck Ace of Disks is the glyph of Earth as understood in the new Aeon of Horus. Sol and Terra are known as living beings, one's constant companions in a Universe of Pure Joy.
THE QABALISTIC THOTH, PRINCESS OF DISKS:
The characteristics of this card are too numerous for this blog enumerations, suffice it to say, that the Princess of Disks is Womb hood (Womanhood) in its ultimate projection.
When the Ace of Disks
(Pentacles in other decks) is thrown during a reading, the querent is in a years time, experiencing material gain, through labor. Power, wealth etc. The Ace of Disks represent materiality in all senses, grounded, practical and organized.
When the Princess of Disks is thrown, it represents a young woman with rich brown or red- brown hair and dark eyes. She is generous, kind, diligent, benevolent, careful and endowed with persevering courage. She may also be pregnant with child or birthing ideas, projects, identity and self aspects. She is on the Brink of Transformation and Revelation. She may also have a concentrated desire to learn, and is applying her fertile mind to scholarly pursuits.
If ill defined She becomes wasteful and prodigal. By careful comparison, the student can see how the Princess of a Suit, is Married to the Ace-Seed of an Elemental force.
THE SHADOW TAROT, PROCYON, Pythoness of wormholes and radioactive neutron stars (subtitled,"Communion"), represents the "night-side card" of the Princess of Disks. Procyon is a binary yellowish star, on the neck of Canis Minor, named Prokuon,"before the dog", an illusion to Procyon rising before the star Sirius.
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(α CMi, α Canis Minoris,
Canis Minoris; Br. pronunciation/ˈproʊsi.ɒn/) is the brightest
star in the constellation Canis Minor. To the naked eye, it appears to be a single star, the eighth brightest in the night sky with a visual apparent magnitude of 0.34. It is classified as a
spectral type F5 IV–V, named Procyon A, and a faint white dwarf companion of spectral type DQZ, named Procyon B. The reason for its brightness is not its intrinsic luminosity but its relative closeness to the Sun; as determined by the European Space Agency-Hipparcos, astrometry satellite,it lies at a distance of just 11.46 light-years (3.51 parsecs), and is therefore one of our nearest stellar neighbors. Its closest neighboring star is Luyten's Star, about 1.12 ly (0.34 pc) away, and the latter would appear as a visual magnitude 2.7 star in the night sky of a hypothetical planet orbiting Procyon.
Procyon is the eighth brightest star in the night sky, culminating at midnight on January 14. It forms one of the three vertices of the Winter Triangleasterism, in combination with Sirius and Betelgeuse.
The prime period for evening viewing of Procyon is in late winter. It has a color index is 0.42, and its hue has been described as having a faint yellow tinge to it.
Procyon is a binary star system with a bright primary component, Procyon A, having an apparent magnitude of 0.34,
and a faint companion, Procyon B, at magnitude 10.7.
The primary has a stellar classification of F5IV–V, indicating that it is a late-stage F-type main-sequence star. The
effective surface temperature of the star is an estimated 6,530 K, giving it a white hue. It is 1.4 times the solar mass
Procyon A is bright for its spectral class, suggesting that it is a
subgiant that has nearly fused its core hydrogen into helium, after which it will expand as "burning" moves outside the core.
As it continues to expand, the star will eventually swell to about 80 to 150 times its current diameter and become a red or orange color. This will probably happen within 10 to 100 million years. Like Sirius B, Procyon's companion is a white dwarf that was inferred from astrometric data long before it was observed. Its existence had been postulated by
Friedrich Bessel as early as 1844, and, although its orbital elements had been calculated by Arthur Auwers in 1862 as part of his thesis, Procyon B was not visually confirmed until 1896 when John Martin Schaeberle observed it at the predicted position using the 36-inch refractor at Lick Observatory.
It is more difficult to observe from Earth than Sirius B, due to a greater apparent magnitude difference and smaller angular separation from its primary. The average separation of the two components is 15.0 AUs, a little less than the distance between
Uranus and the Sun, though the eccentric orbit carries them as close as 8.9 AUs and as far as 21.0 AU. At 0.6 M, Procyon B is considerably less massive than Sirius B; however, the peculiarities of degenerate matter ensure that it is larger than its more famous neighbor, with an estimated radius of 8,600
km, versus 5,800 km for Sirius B. With a surface temperature of 7,740 K, it is also much cooler than Sirius B; this is a testament to its lesser mass and greater age. The mass of the progenitor star for Procyon B was about 2.5 M and it came to the end of its life some 1.7 ± 0.1 Gyr ago, after a main-sequence lifetime of 400–600 Myr. For this reason, the age of Procyon A is expected to be at least 2 Gyr.
Oscillations controversy 
carried out a 32-day survey of Procyon A. The continuous optical monitoring was intended to confirm solar-like oscillations in its brightness observed from Earth and to permit
asteroseismology. No oscillations were detected and the authors concluded that the theory of stellar oscillations may need to be reconsidered.
However, others argued that the non-detection was consistent with published ground-based radial velocity observations of
solar-like oscillations. Photometric measurements from the NASA Wide Field Infrared Explorer(WIRE) satellite from 1999 and 2000 showed evidence of granulation (convection near the surface of the star) and solar-like oscillations.
Unlike the MOST result, the variation seen in the WIRE photometry was in agreement with radial velocity measurements from the ground.
Possibility of life
Life is unlikely around Procyon, because the habitable zone around 2.7 AU from the primary may not contain stable orbits, due to the white dwarf companion with a periastron of 8.9 AU. Also the white dwarf companion to Procyon would have stressed life severely during its red-giant phase. Procyon emits more of its light in the ultraviolet spectrum, which may be damaging to life. Still, life cannot be ruled out for other stars of the spectral type of Procyon but such life would have a relatively short time to evolve and would face heavy bombardment from comets and meteorites as happened in the first few million years of the Earth’s existence. Shortly after the phase of heavy bombardment has ended for a planet orbiting a star like Procyon the star is likely to leave the main sequence
preventing further development of life.
 Attempts to detect X-ray emission from Procyon with non -imaging, soft X-ray sensitive detectors prior to 1975 failed.
Extensive observations of Procyon were carried out with the
The X-ray source associated with Procyon A/B was observed on April 1, 1979, with the Einstein Observatory high-resolution imager (HRI). The HRI X-ray point-like source location is ~4" south of Procyon A, on the edge of the 90% confidence error circle, indicating identification with Procyon A rather than Procyon B which was located about 5" north of Procyon A (about 9" from the X-ray source location).
Etymology and cultural significance
 Its name comes from the Greek προκύον (prokyon), meaning "before the dog", since it precedes the "Dog Star"
Sirius as it travels across the sky due to Earth's rotation. (Although Procyon has a greater right ascension, it also has a more northerly declination, which means it will rise above the
horizon earlier than Sirius from most northerly latitudes.) In Greek mythology, Procyon is associated with Maera, a hound belonging to Erigone, daughter of Icarius of Athens.
[Erigone (daughter of Icarus) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In Greek mythology, Erigone was the daughter of Icarius of Athens. Icarius was cordial towards Dionysus, who gave his shepherds wine. They became intoxicated and killed Icarius, thinking he had poisoned them. His daughter, Erigone, and her dog, Maera, found his body. Erigone hanged herself over her father's grave. Dionysus was angry and punished Athens
by making all of the city's maidens commit suicide in the same way. Erigone was placed in the stars as the constellation Virgo .According to Ovid, Dionysus "deceived Erigone with false grapes", that is, assumed the shape of a grape cluster to approach and seduce her. (shown in illustration)
These two dog stars are referred to in the most ancient literature and were venerated by the Babylonians and the Egyptians: in Babylonian mythology Procyon was known as Nangar the Carpenter, an aspect of Marduk, involved in constructing and organizing the celestial sky. The constellations in Macedonian folklore represented agricultural items and animals, reflecting their village way of life. To them, Procyon and Sirius were Volci "the wolves", circling hungrily around Orion which depicted a plough with oxen. Rarer names are the Latin translation of Procyon, Antecanis,and the Arabic-derived names Al Shira and Elgomaisa. Medieval astrolabes of England and Western Europe used a variant of this, Algomeiza/Algomeyza. Al Shira derives from الشعرى الشامية
aš-ši‘ra aš-šamiyah, "the Syrian sign" (the other sign being Sirius; "Syria" is supposedly a reference to its northern location relative to Sirius); Elgomaisa. derives from الغميصاء, al-ghumaisa’
"the bleary-eyed (woman)", in contrast to العبور "the teary-eyed (woman)", which is Sirius. (See Gomeisa.) The modern Arabic name for Procyon is غموص ghumūṣ. It is known as 南河三 (Mandarin nánhésān,the Third Star in the Southern River) in Chinese.
The Hawaiians saw Procyon as part of an asterism Ke ka o Makali'i ("The canoe bailer of Makali'i") that helped them navigate at sea. Called Puana "blossom", it formed this asterism with Capella, Sirius, Castor and Pollux.
In Tahitian lore, Procyon was one of the pillars propping up the sky, known as Anâ-tahu'a-vahine-o-toa-te-manava
("star-the-priestess-of-brave-heart"), the pillar for elocution.
The Maori knew the star as Puangahori. Procyon appears on the
The Kalapalo people of Mato Grosso state in Brazil called Procyon and Canopus Kofongo "Duck", with Castor and Pollux representing his hands. The asterism's appearance signified the coming of the rainy season and increase in food staple manioc, used at feasts to feed guests.
Known as Sikuliarsiujuittuq to the Inuit, Procyon was quite significant in their astronomy and mythology. Its eponymous name means "the one who never goes onto the newly formed sea-ice", and refers to a man who stole food from his village's hunters because he was too obese to hunt on ice. He was killed by the other hunters who convinced him to go on the sea ice. Procyon received this designation because it typically appears red (though sometimes slightly greenish) as it rises during the Arctic winter; this red color was associated with Sikuliarsiujuittuq's bloody end.
Although somewhat lengthy, the Wikipedia explanation of the Star Procyon, and The Shadow Tarot subtitle of Communion, deeply indicate how much this star meant to the ancient survival mind. Some cultures made the star a female in mythology, others, made the star male. Thus the reasonable assumption of the yin yang equilibrium in the Thoth Card. Communion is "sexual intercourse" and allows the Binary aspect of matter swapping stars.
According to Linda Falorio, the author of The Shadow Tarot, by skying this card it will bestow on you a magical influence of ; Favor of the gods and men. Invisibility, and foes turned against themselves.
When the Princess of Disks or The Shadow Tarot Procyon card is thrown, for male or female, represents:
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