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Tarot Card Comparisons: The Thoth Tarot-Key 11-Lust & The Wild Wood Tarot-Key11-The Woodward

The Tarot of EliKey 11-The Lust Card of Thoth Tarot & Key 11-The Woodward of the Wild Wood Tarot:
both are THE PATH OF TETH:
* Primary color: Yellow-Greenish
* Musical note: E
*Astrological Sign: Leo (fixed fire)
* Word Meaning: Snake
* Simple Letter: Taste
*Esoteric Title:  The Daughter of the Flaming Sword
THIRTY-TWO PATHS OF WISDOM ( Dr. Paul Foster Case-founder of B.O.T.A.) : The Nineteenth Path is the Intelligence of all the activities and spiritual beings, and is so called because of the affluence diffused by it from the most high blessing and most exalted sublime glory.

Connecting both Geburah (severity) and Chesed (mercy), The Path of Teth, forms the first path of the Microprosopus (The Lesser Countenance of the Universe known as the Microcosm). This Path is the outpouring of energy from Chesed to Geburah in the process of creation--which is why Crowley named his card Lust-"divine frenzy"- instead of the more common usage of Strength. His most repeated instruction was to ," Inflame Thyself with Prayer" which corresponds to the Alchemist expression of, "The heat of the furnace makes the Stone."(Philosopher's Stone).  Here Great Passion  is a heat acquired and confined by the initiate  during an exercise such as that of Crowley's- Middle Pillar. 

This is not for the "fearful of effort" as Paul Foster Case stated often and repeatedly," By prolonged practice...pursued something for months and years without apparent result, those who follow the Way of Liberation (to expand and liberate) effect changes in their subconsciousness these changes are symbolized by Key 8 (Crowley's Key 11 -Lust card) and produce at the same time the result shown in Key 16 (The Tower)."

The student must understand that the whole point of meditation exercise is an actual and subtle change in the structure of the body cells for our body is a psychosomatic bio-mechanism. Dion Fortune (Mystical Qaballah) called the Qaballah,"Yoga of the West"---Yoga being "communion"; here, a communion of Spirit and body. Indeed, I had to go through years of effort in exercises (Tantra and Qaballah) and meditation to be able to "Stand without wobble On The Path of Teth" immersed in the" divine frenzy" to teach the Great Passion "To Be", to my students, without going into a sexual obsession or stress frenzies. The Energy flow is Tireless, and  one also become that in its expression, but only after a constant "dipping" in and out of that Fiery Passion, sometimes to points of one's own considerable frenzy.

The Path of Teth (Strength/Lust/Woodward) leads  to the edge of the Abyss---the Source of All, The Ultimate Simplicity,the paradox is that the nearer we are to the ONE- the more complex becomes the Symbolism for words cannot convey the Knowledge that only flow of the "Fiery Sun" (The Fiery Conscious) can! Thus Leo is the symbol of the "Sun Lion" and it is the lion which is permitted to open the Sacred Scroll of the Apocalypse. In other words, the Solar Power, represented by this Key, can open higher levels of consciousness beyond the Sun (Tipahreth) itself.

The symbolism of this solar conscious is often the image of  Sun God Mithras, whose body is human, but whose head is that of a lion, showing a brute force ("divine frenzy") which may be used constructively or destructively.

This Key 11-Path of Teth, is the Forge of Geburah's Sword and indicates that the invoking person may be overwhelmed by this power and like the story of Daniel in the Lion's den, he must hold back the destructive power of the Lion through force of will; a will that strong takes time to develop and is not an over-night sensation; it takes time- often a lot of it. I have students protesting this, yet they haven't even developed the will to stop being a "want-to-be" as their personality's reality yet. You must be an undaunted "I AM" to wield the Will of one who Controls the Lion! But the fact that their Personality is fighting to hold onto its delusional  past---shows that it sees the Real Sun before it and fears its survival! Now those of cultural mind must willfully proceed, by overcoming the inner trickster who tries to waylay them. Meditation on The Cards aids in  this!

In Alchemy, the symbol of the lion has three forms;
1-The Green Lion, the energy of nature before it is purified and subjected to the will.
2- The Red Lion, the force of nature under perfect control (The controlled energy flow developed by Tantra Yoga) which is the Alchemical Sulphur (solar energy) combined with Mercury (will).
3-  the Old Lion, the completely purified consciousness, linking the Soul with the Higher Spiritual Self which is "older than time itself."

Because of the inexplicable knowledge of this Path, words tend to develop confusion rather than clarity , as often the symbolic Lion -Sun, is at one level the Kerub of Fire, symbol of the Four elements, but this is not the same flow as the lion of the Sun's Spiritual Fire and/ or Kundalini, which is also a Serpent (Serpentine flow).

The fiery Lion-Serpent, often called a Chimera, is an aspect of the Life Force, which in manifestation; a manifestation on earth as implied by the goat horns or head, is a duality of activity, serpentine force and passivity.

Kundalini, the Sacred Fire, is the active phase, purposely unleashed and directed by the Will.  This "divine frenzy" represents a very important initiatory formula dealing with the Serpent Power (shown on the Lust Card as the Haloed Serpent Tail) which is used to stimulate the various centers of energy in the body (Chakras).

There are seven Chakras which are activated by the Lion-Serpent Power. Hence, this taming of the Lion by the "Womb-man" in the Lust Card,  means that to bring the energies symbolized by the Lion with it's head of Archetypes, under perfect control, is to open the seven- seals (Chakras) on the Book of Reality above the Abyss. Where one may know "The Above" (Supernal Triangle of the Tree of Life)--from which all manifestation emerges. this is an important Path of transition---a gateway to Daäth (knowledge).

The Thoth Tarot- Key 11-Lust, is represented in many decks, as the Strength-key-8 card or the Woodward card key 11- of the Wild Wood Tarot. Crowley believe that there is far more truth and magick in the title of Lust, than traditional tarot gave this key. This belief in "far more truth" is also shown in the Art of the Woodward.

Represented here is the hunter, with mountain lion headdress-cape, holding a bloodied spear in one hand and a cup of intoxication, giving, and compassion in the other. A lion headed human, the oldest anthropomorphic form found in Europe, that is believed to be thirty thousand years old, hangs from the  cross bar of his hunting spear. This form is very reminiscent of the image of the Sun God- Mithras.  At the hunter's side sits a Lynx, while an eagle swoops over head.  Silbury Hill is the cone shaped hill in the far background of this card, symbolizing the harvest aligned to the sunrise at Lammas. Hence, the Woodward stands at Lammas, August 1st, where the summer wanes, between the elements of fire and water. He is associate with the full moon.

As an ancient guardian of the Wild Wood, the Woodward, represents the inner power that comes from facing fear and understanding the nature of darkness.  Here, in the Wild Wood Tarot, the Woodward's prey is the solutions to moments of crisis. This image stands for an emotional backdrop, an inner power, when fate, or the destructive nature in a situation, faces us with seemingly overwhelming and irrational disaster. We find this power, when what is a seemingly secure place, is removed from us, stripping away all emotional baggage that has held us in a state of inactivity. During this stripping of faux security, the individual finds the Real Person of Inner Strength that has always been present but often hidden by illusions of power, that are used to hold back our fear for survival.

Upon viewing the Tree of Life, one can see that The Lust Card is not the path of Strength of Geburah ( Severity) but rather the influence from Chesed (Mercy) upon Geburah. It is also interesting to note, that the Path of Lust is balance both vertically and horizontally. Crowley judged Lust to be a more expansive term than Strength because Lust implies not only Strength but "the joy of strength exercised".  To me, it is vigor and the rapture of vigor expressed in True Presence. This Rapturous Vigor represents something I call "Will to Be Me" a direct descendant of Eheieh or "I Will Be"; the first Sephiroth-Kether; when the Soul's will to be is fully established in the physical flesh, we walk as the Woodward, giving us the emotional body language and humility that says, "I am not a victim. Treat me with respect, for it would be a grave mistake to think my passivity is a weakness."  Or as Crowley said, " Beauty and Strength, leaping laughter and delicious languor, force and fire, are of  us"!

I really recommend that the truly seeking student get:  THE BOOK OF THOTH (Egyptian Tarot) by Master Theron (Crowley) where the lascivious poetry and passionate prose, start a fire in your imagination. For this card cannot be easily understood by rationale thought, it must be felt in your guts as a burning passion, to be understood.

The Zodiacal assignation of  the Lust card is Leo which is the Kerub of Fire and ruled by the Sun.  This card is considered the most powerful of the 12 zodiacal cards and represents the most critical operations of both Magick and Alchemy.

To Reiterate: The Qabalistic Hebrew letter attributed to this card is Teth or Tet, meaning-serpent. The union of the zodiac and the letter Teth, produces the image we see  illustrated on the Lust card,of the "Lion- Serpent" (latter to be called, Dragon who is a compilation of all animals) that combines the many headed lion body with a haloed Serpent tail.

The Lust card portrays the original marriage as it occurs in nature showing a divine drunkenness or ecstasy. The woman (representing the Moon) is shown a little drunk, maybe a little mad with ecstasy riding upon a lust inflamed lion. This implies the creative and  primitive order of energy that is completely independent of the criticism of reason.

The Thoth Deck Lust card portrays the Will of the Aeon. The goddess is holding high The Grail filled with the blood of Saints, whose whole life has been absorbed by the Grail and  whose bloodless images are in the back ground of this card.

In order to understand the magical doctrine of the Aeons, it is necessary to refer to the most ancient fables, legends and of the Zodiac. The Aeons are subject to Zodiacal procession, for instance, the:
  1. Aeon of Isis (the first Aeon) was connected to Pisces and Virgo.
  2. The last Aeon, that of Osiris, is connected to Aries and Libra.
  3. The present Aeon of Horus, is referred to Aquarius and Leo.

  • The central mystery of the Aeon of Osiris, was that of incarnation, and descriptions of all god-men were founded on some mythological story of some kind that essentially denied human fatherhood to the hero or god-man (Daemon -in Greek) by portraying a animal in god form as the impregnator of the immaculate conceptions. For example:
  •  The Dove of the Holy Ghost, impregnated the Virgin Mary.
  • Romulus and Remus (twins of Rome) where begotten of the God Mars and a virgin and were suckled by a Wolf.
  • The father of Gautama Buddha, was said to be an elephant with six tusks who appeared in his mothers dream. Similar fables are to found in every religion based on the Dying God (the Aeon of Osiris).

Correspondences:  11-Lust & 19-TheSun.
The Thoth Tarot- LUST card, key-11, ; replaces the STRENGTH, card which is Key-8, in the Golden Dawn, Connolly Tarot, Ryder-Waite, Babylonian and many other Tarot Decks. So it may be confusing when I place it in the Path of Teth, which is normally called STRENGTH-Key  8.

As I stated, I agree with Aleister Crowley's expansion of the STRENGTH card, into the LUST card because the Passion-The Vital Force of Universal Construction, "the motion within the movement" of everything, is the Passionate expression of the I AM- As Two, who then Join to become One Passion that creates All, i.e. the Active and Passive Motive force of Kundalini, and/or of Lion-Serpent/Electromagnetic Energy Spectrum. This Serpentine Force, can also be called "Serpent theory" instead of the Quantum Physics "String Theory", where every particle  has a serpentine string of active and passive energy with in it. In other words, there is within all, vibratory strings of  Vital Fiery Force.  Thus, Lust , where active and passive forces come together, seems a more appropriate understanding of the underlying "motion" of Life.This active/passive union of force and form, is also the underlying message of the Wild Wood Tarot-key 11- The Woodward.

The Kundalini, or Fiery Lion Serpent is the Vital aspect of Life Force, which in manifestation, is duality of passivity and activity in a rhythmic beat, like a heart. Kundalini is known as the Sacred Fire, when in its active phase, purposely unleaded by Willed goal.

The UNIVERSE key 21, is the completion of the LUST CARD, and you'll see the Woman figure riding the Lion Serpent on the Lust card, dancing with the Serpent Force in the Universe card.

Both  illustrations are veils, concealing of  principles, though at different ends of manifestation. LUST-Key 11- is the beginning of  the Microcosm and THE UNIVERSE key 21- is the completion of it. Both of these cards are of that which is Womb, at the Highest Level, the womb-man who has tamed the Lion-Serpent and the womb-man who dances in space surrounded by the Cherubim of the  four elements are both expressions of that which is the EMPRESS/Binah key 3. Before you get too confused, remember that "man" is a derivative of the Hindu word "Manas"-meaning Mind.

Again, this is a very powerful Qabalistic path and those of sensitive psyche, will be profoundly affected. One must appreciate the fact, that this Path of Teth (meaning Snake), Lust Card, is a statement of methodology, whereby the Original Will controls the Vital Life Energy. We must also remember, that the word- Power, means "the ability to do work" and our body, if  Loved as a master Craftsman loves and adores one's favorite-tools, gives us Souls Willed -Power in this dimension of  crystallized energy. A power to weave our very own Vital Life Force into masterpieces of Self Identity!

This Divine Frenzy requires a focused willful intelligence, much like Gilgamesh of Sumerian/Babylonian legend who over threw the "Bull of Heaven"(shown on Babylonian Tarot Card) and not some mad hater personality, that can't even control its own thought.

 I would recommend that one Skry the Thoth card only after one is capable of holding a one- thought or image focus during an entire meditation!  For, any Psyche that Touches the Lust OF The Great Father/Mother (Divine Creative), will be profoundly charged, changed, and expanded beyond comfortable perspectives, all of which can be dangerous to the balance of  our delicate persona who is still a victim of their own mind.

In other words, one must be diligently trained in channeling higher and higher vibratory levels of Vital Life Force, before they "Ride the Lion-Serpent". For this "Bad boy" is not just for any rodeo rider, it is the Roar of the "Big Bang", that started it all! That is why A.Crowley calls the Traditional Strength card Lust. For even the "little lust" of the manifested Microcosm DNA, seems to be  beyond the cultural  ego's control, as every politicians "secret life"  will show. It is hard to imagine, what the Macrocosmic Lust would do to such a weak psyche, but then again, we have examples in Adolf Hitler, etc.

Lust represents a very important initiatory formula dealing with Serpent Power. This Spiraling Power is the Force that opens, or stimulates all the Chakras (energy centers) in the Human body. The Principles embedded in the Lust Card, tell us how to use this power.  This is a "Divine Frenzy" which when stated Alchemically,"the heat of the furnace  makes the Stone" or if religious,"inflame thyself with Prayer". The Heat applied, is the great passion within the confines of Tantric exercises, or the exercise of the Middle Pillar (Aleister Crowley's book,777), all of which I recommend the interested party research. As Mostaffa Jahaladine Rumi, the 12th century Sufi Master Stated in his devotional poetry, "...I Want the Burning!"

Crowley's imagery may shock some, as he presents the Whore of Babylon, taming the Lion-Serpent but then he understood that the epitome of virginity (sign of Virgo), was the Sacred Virgins of the Temples, before Christianity, made them "evil women" or Saints, of which both perspectives were confusingly applied.

The Christian word "Whore" is a bastardization of the Greek word, Hetacrate (meaning female companion) or Horae, who acted as midwives to the Greek Gods and inspired earthly horae ( harlot-priestesses) to train men in the Sexual Mysteries of Energy. The temple dance, still called the Hora, was based on the Priestesses imitation of the zodiacal circling of "hours". Horology is Time keeping, because of the systems devised by the ancient Temple Priestesses of the Goddess. The Horae  were also call the "fair ones, begetter of all things, who in appointed order, bring on day and night, summer and winter, so as to months and years grow full."

These "fair ones" had many names: The Tantric word for sacred harlot was Veshya (Mahanirvanatantra, 328),  probably derived from the Divine Creatrix's oldest names in Greece and Rome, Hestia or Vesta, "the hearth mother" who was served by Vestal Virgins who were originally harlot-priestesses. Then, "Hearth" and "Earth" both arose from the altar of the Saxon Goddess Ertha, or Heartha, the northern Hestia-Vesta. In fact, in the matriarchal age, every woman's hearth-fire was her altar.  The hearth was also the omphalos (Orphic egg), (Potter & Sargent, 201) feminine hub of the Universe, and the navel-stone of the temple, around which the sacred harlots performed their Dance of Time and/or their Horology.
In Egypt they were the "Ladies of the Hour", in Persia houris,
in Babylon harines; among Semites they were the "whores" call hor (a hole), ancestresses of the Horites.

Ishtar ( pronounced-Easter), the Mesopotamian creatrix,  was considered the "Great Whore of Babylon",(Briffault 3, 169) who announced,  "A prostitute compassionate am I." Mary Magdalene ,Priestess of the Temple of Mari in King Salomon's court (Malvern,49) stated, " Not only are we compassionate of ourselves, but we are compassionate of all the race of mankind."

These ancient harlots, were revered for their learning and often commanded high social status and were considered the embodiment of the Queen of Heaven, who in Palestine was called Qadeshet, the Great Whore; therefore the harlots were honored like queens at centers of learning in Greece and Asia Minor. Noteworthy, is the empress Theodora, wife of Justinian, who began her career as a temple harlot (Bullough, 125). St. Helena, the mother of Constantine, was a harlot before she became an empress-saint.

Yet the Whore of Babylon, the Fiery Feminine Divine Creative, is not "any man's" companion, she is the Mother of the Solar-Father God or "Vital Life Force" known as the "serpent force". Something more for the diligent student to investigate!

In modern science, the Scarlett Woman or Whore of Babylon, would be called the Carbon Atom. Since she is only created by Red Stars, and is the most lustful of all atoms, as the carbon whore will mate with most any other atom, producing most of the elements on the periodic table.
For those who wish to do powerful magic with this card, they must use correspondences.

Correspondences:  11-Lust & 19-TheSun.
As Stated:In the Thoth Deck, 11-Lust is the Strength or Justice Card in many other decks. In the Wild Wood Tarot-Key 11- is The Woodward. Crowley (and Lady Frieda Harris-the artist) knew that the Lust of Creation, was the underlying Strength in the diversity of Life Itself, hence, the name Lust.

In this correspondence the astrological sign is; Strength/Lust-Leo and the astrological Planet; The Sun or Son.
I know many people fear the word Lust, but it relays the tremendous passion that gave birth to the "Big Bang" and all the offspring of that frenzy, as Stars. As A.Crowley wrote about the Lust card: "Migrate Energy with Love; but let Love devour all things."

The astrological form of Lust:I will.
The astrological motion of the Sun: I seek myself through what I create.

The Lust card portrays the original marriage as it occurs in nature showing a divine drunkenness or ecstasy. The woman (representing the Moon) is shown a little drunk, maybe a little mad with ecstasy riding upon a lust inflamed solar lion. This implies the creative and  primitive order of energy that is completely independent of the criticism of reason.

Rune stones are: Lust-Uruz, the run of strength, sacrificial animals, and physical endurance.

The Rune stone for The Sun: Sowelu, the rune of wholeness and the life forces; means "the Sun." Primary color is Yellow and secondary is mustard.

Lust and The Sun are associated with the Third Chakra (the Navel or Manipura Chakra) of the solar plexus and indicate will power, wishes, metabolism, humor, wisdom, ego, attitudes,prejudices, reactions, ideas, intellectual analysis, ...it is the chakra of the Intelligence.

The stones/minerals of this association are; Topaz, amber, citrine, tsilaisite tourmaline, yellow fluorites, yellow calcedony.

The corresponding musical notes are: Lust-E# and for The Sun-D.

The Qabalistic letters are: Lust-simple letter-Taste. The path (Tree of Life) Hebrew alphabet-Teth or Tet, The Intelligence of all the activities of the Spiritual Beings. The symbolic meaning is-snake.

For The Sun- Hebrew double letter- Fertility-Barrenness. The path-Resh, The Collecting Intelligence. Symbol of meaning-Head.

The Herbal essences: Lust- Rosemary, Juniper Berry, Orange. For The Sun the herbal essences are: Cinnamon, Mandarin or Tangerine, Frankincense.

The Correspondence of Lust and The Sun produces Passive Magic which is the ability to create magic by trusting the (lust) plan of operation to God. The most potent kind of magic since the Original Lust is involved and it comes with release from personal desire for one's own ends, patience through faith (trust) and power through acceptance. In other words, releasing the goal to the expansion and liberation of Life of which you are a part of.

Again, when assembling all these correspondences, mineral, essences, etc. One of each is enough; However, each has an associating "vibration" so the greater the influence is felt with the "many". For those of you who really wish to do powerful passive magic meditation, assemble four cinnamon candles into a perfect square, the stones/minerals in a large circle, within the square, place within that circle a pillow or pillows to sit on, the Lust Card and The Sun card as focal points of meditation. Herbal essences may be outside the circle  but I would prefer not. Have a pitch pipe inside the circle with you and blow the notes associated with both cards and vocalize your trust in God (Thy will be done)---then focus on the union of the Cards. It is even more powerful if a male and female, were present and the Male dressed as the Sun and the Female as the Scarlett woman, both sitting on pillows facing each other within the candled "square without corners", because the candles flames hold in a vortex of electromagnetic energy. Both honoring each other as god or goddess with a simple gesture of placing the hands together and bowing to them while the male is saying. "I honor the Goddess in you" and the female repeats the gesture, and says,"I honor the God in you". Then play the pitch pipe etc.

I often place four cinnamon essence-lit candles in a square and circle the stones within that square and place an earthen bowl of water with Rosemary herb/ or Juniper Berry essence with in the circle with me. The Vibrations of Energy seem to be greatly enhanced by such a construct. Let the ritual go as it may, and let the lust flow and the goddess and god "dance". Never leave the circle until the ritual is done. True communion is the joining of the male and female, so as I said, " let the divine frenzy flow".  Blow out the candles when done, and then the circle is broken and so is all emotional baggage discarded.

  • When the Tarot Key 11-card is thrown during a reading, it means:
  • The querent is relying on spiritual powers to manage the situation at hand and is receiving the strength to over come. 
  • Following ones own inner light, doing what their "heart of heart" inner-self, says is right.
  • There can be an experiencing of a "gut level" driving force, instinctual.and compelling for protection or survival.
  • Also, possessing the courage of one's convictions.
  • The strength of Passion, in the Higher Nature, which are power, courage, energy, action and magnanimity.
  • One is experiencing the Law of Self-Domination, self-rule and self control.

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