Easy to see the influence of Rudolf Steiners projective geometry in Lady Frieda Harris artwork for…

Easy to see the influence of Rudolf Steiner’s projective geometry in Lady Frieda Harris’ artwork for the #ThothTarot deck. Finished in 1943, published in 1969, and still iconic.⁣

#AleisterCrowley directed the creation of the deck and Harris was an enthusiastic contributor to the elements of magic represented. ⁣

✉️ Harris in a letter to Crowley, 1942: ⁣
“A little person aged 2, scuttling & crawling, was asked which picture: Straight she went to No 2. Cups, Love. I thought she would forget & asked her again 10 minutes later & she toddled off to the same picture. “That” she said again.⁣

Then they asked me “What is the meaning of `Lust’.” That’s a knockout blow for a poor adult.⁣

So somewhat timorously I said “Well you must understand the feeling of it. Now how do you feel if you see nice chocolates & there, you get them & how good they taste. That is a picture of how you feel about those chocolates.” And then we had a lovely conversation about our favorite sweets & yum yum over sticky toffee & the sweets that took longest to suck. But such concentration, how I envied them.”⁣

🖤 Love is the law, love under will.⁣

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