Can you repeat please?
I need to correct something I wrote in my previous post. Reading further in Decker et al, I see that the cards which they prove to my satisfaction really were designed by Etteilla and not some follower did have the astrological correspondences on them.
They do not say what they were, but you can see the signs on the cards they reproduce below. Three are missing, the 5, 7 and 8. So the cards are just as Mary says. Decker et al do not reproduce the suit of coins.
However they say in the text p. This is exactly as Mary's list has it. Decker et al also give correspondences to the Marseille trumps for this deck.
Oddly to me, it is not quite the same as the list they gleaned from the "cahiers. Number 6, previously correlated with the Empress, is now correlated with the Emperor.
Number 7, previously correlated with the Emperor, is now correlated with the Pope.
And number 8, previously correlated with the Popess, is now correlated with the Empress. Here are the two lists, scanned from Decker et al, pages 86 and I have placed the two tables side by side for ease of comparison.
Decker et al say, in the sentence immediately after my last quote from themThe Fool, however bears the number 0, and does not really have a number at all; it comes between cards 21 and 22, that is, after the trump cards and before the suit cards. So for the dateit would appear that Mary's list of correspondences to the Marseille is wrong to the extent that describes Etteilla rather than Papus for his 1, 6, 7, and or at least inconsistent with Decker et al.
Forit is right, except for the one correction for number 1 and one addition 0 for the Fool.
However Decker et al do not say where in the cards or accompanying brochure these correspondences come from. I hope they do not come from Grimaud in the late 19th century, which they also discuss immediately prior to giving their list. Now I have another question. Are these correlations between astrological signs and tarot cards the first known in recorded history?
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