Masonic Tarot

The Masonic Tarot is the common Rider-Waite Tarot created by Freemasons during the industrial revolution as an ideological tool to help them spread Capitalism.[1] The Masonic Tarot contains Old Energy Archetypes that, taken together, inscribe Old Energy Archetype Constellations and by so doing create an Old Energy Creation Template which helps support the The System.

List of Old Energy Masonic Archetypes as implemented in the Masonic Tarot

Masonic Tarot archetypes> Chariot, Death (archetype), Hermit, Hierophant, High Priestess, Judgement, Justice, Star, Strength, Sun (archetype), Temperance, The Devil, The Emperor, The Empress, The Fool, The Hanged Man, The Lovers, The Magician, The Moon, The Tower, The Wheel of Fortune, The World (old energy)

List of Old Energy Archetypal Constellations

The Masonic Tarot helps inscribe into Collective Consciousness the following Old Energy Archetype Constellations

Old Energy Archetype Constellations > Binary Gender, Excuse and Justification, Fool in School, Good versus Evil, Judge and Punish/Reward, Only the Chosen, Secrets, Submission

Related Terms

Masonic Tarot > Archetype Constellation, Archetypes, Big Questions, Book of Power, Book of Slavery, Creation Template, Old Energy Archetype, Regime of Accumulation

Notes

The Masonic Tarot was created by Freemasons during the French and Industrial Revolutions to help lubricate the transfer of power from Feudal elites to Capitalist elites.[2]

The Masonic Tarot, in its esoteric form, is elitist. Knowledge and power given only to the worthy. "It has revealed Itselff, in a measure, to the wise." [3]

The Masonic Tarot is sexist. Almost all authors who comment upon the archetypes reproduce binary and stereotypical notions of gender. "He is the objective aspect of consciousness....she is the subjective aspect..."[4]


The Masonic Tarot is based on an ancient Old Energy Creation Template, a Zoroastrian Creation Template.[5]

Footnotes

  1. Mike Sosteric."A Sociology of Tarot." Canadian Journal of Sociology 39 3 (2014).
  2. Mike Sosteric."A Sociology of Tarot." Canadian Journal of Sociology 39 3 (2014).
  3. Case, Paul Foster. An Introduction to the Study of the Tarot. New York: Kindle Edition, 1920.
  4. Case, Paul Foster. An Introduction to the Study of the Tarot. New York: Kindle Edition, 1920.
  5. For details of this template, see Mike Sosteric "From Zoroaster to Star Wars, Jesus to Marx: The Science and Technology of Mass Human Behaviour". 2018. <https://www.academia.edu/34504691>.