The Tarot of Eli, LLC-Court Cards: Thoth Tarot-Prince of Wands & The Lost Souls Tarot-Knight of Wands.

Western Hermetic Qabalah, Tantric, Astrological, numerical, and Alchemical Tarot Card Comparisons.

· Lost soul- Thoth

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Thoth- Prince of Wands

The Prince of the Chariot of Fire; Prince and Emperor of the Salamanders.

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The Lost Soul Tarot-Knight of wands.

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Thoth- Prince of Wands

Tiphareth-the 6th Sephiroth and the 4 Princes: The Princes are the Son/Sun of the Queen and King; thus, they are governed by the 6th Sephirotic Being- Tiphareth, The Son/Sun of the Divine Creative. The princes are activated by the Queen and King, adding to their complexity as they have no motive power of their own. They are force, but a stable one, as the Thoth Princes are being pulled along in their chariots and/or Merkabah (throne of God/UFO).

The Thoth Tarot Princes, designed by Aleister Crowley and painted by Lady Frieda Harris, represent the youthful, dynamic, and mutable energy of their respective suits. Each Prince is associated with a specific element and embodies the qualities of that element in a balanced and harmonious way. Here's a detailed look at the characteristics of each Thoth Tarot Prince:

Prince of Wands

  • Element: Fire
  • Astrological Attribution: Leo (20° Cancer to 20° Leo)
  • Characteristics:
    • Dynamic and Enthusiastic: Embodies passion, courage, and creativity. He is a leader, full of energy and enthusiasm.
    • Impulsive and Adventurous: Inclined to take risks and pursue new ventures with zeal. This can sometimes lead to recklessness.
    • Visionary and Charismatic: Inspires others with his vision and charisma. He has a magnetic personality and is often a source of motivation for those around him.

Prince of Cups

  • Element: Water
  • Astrological Attribution: Scorpio (20° Libra to 20° Scorpio)
  • Characteristics:
    • Emotional and Intuitive: Highly sensitive and attuned to his emotions and the emotions of others. He relies on intuition and feelings to navigate the world.
    • Romantic and Idealistic: Seeks deep, meaningful connections and often has an idealistic view of love and relationships.
    • Creative and Artistic: Channels his emotions into artistic expression. He is often involved in the arts or creative endeavors.

Prince of Swords

  • Element: Air
  • Astrological Attribution: Aquarius (20° Capricorn to 20° Aquarius)
  • Characteristics:
    • Intellectual and Analytical: Highly intelligent and logical, with a sharp mind. He enjoys solving problems and analyzing situations.
    • Innovative and Inventive: Always looking for new ideas and ways to improve things. He is a thinker and a planner.
    • Restless and Adaptable: Quick to adapt to new situations and challenges. However, his restless nature can sometimes lead to indecisiveness or overthinking.

Prince of Disks

  • Element: Earth
  • Astrological Attribution: Taurus (20° Aries to 20° Taurus)
  • Characteristics:
    • Practical and Reliable: Grounded and dependable. He approaches life with a practical and realistic mindset.
    • Diligent and Hardworking: Puts in the effort and time needed to achieve his goals. He values stability and security.
    • Patient and Persistent: Willing to wait and work steadily towards his objectives. His perseverance ensures that he often sees his projects through to completion.

Each Prince represents the synthesis of the elemental qualities of their respective suit, manifesting in a youthful and dynamic form. They symbolize movement, change, and the potential for growth and development within their elemental domains.

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The Figures of the Arch Fairies (Elementals) are the Lion, Eagle, Man and Bull. These are the 4 Kerubim of Qabalah. They are also very ancient symbols for the elements of multiple religious belief systems. Not only appearing as Gods of the Assyrians, the 4 Animals in the Old Testament vision of Ezekiel, they also are the 4 symbols of the Christian Evangelists.

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In the vastness of Kether, the Primordial Elements radiate into the 6th Sephiroth Tiphareth, becoming the united rulers of the elements that are individually expressed in Tiphareth. The Gods of the Assyrians were also the Gods of the Sumerians and therefore, "ancient astronauts" (Anu) who according to the Peoples of Egypt and Mesopotamia, created the GMO that is Homo Sapiens (Also stated by the Mayans of Central America, Dogon of Mali, Polynesians, Hopi, South and Central Americas Olmecs, Aztecs, and Amerindians). The Elemental Kings and Queens of the Orion/Sirius star systems (Astronaut scientists and engineers).

Anthropomorphically personified, The Princes are also the balance of the Universal 4 Elements in Tiphareth. Being the most refined aspects of the Solar/Soul- Personality of the Stars; Hence, the 4 Princes are the Elemental Kings in ourselves (DNA/RNA of Anu) as our destiny marches across the Stars.

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Adam Khadmon-"Heavenly Human Archetype".

It should be no surprise then that the Prince Personality can be taken in any direction by Divine Will. For it is Divine Will that populates the Milky Way with Homo Sapiens/Anu/Celestial Sapiens and/or in Qabalah the Adam Khadmon-"The heavenly human". 


  • The forces of the Prince of Wands may be applied with Justice or cruelty.
  •  The unconscious flowing motion of the Prince of Cups may be subtle and artistic; or it may be evil. 
  • The rational mental activities of the Prince of Swords may produce ideas that are either creative or destructive.
  •  The material qualities of the Prince of Disks may cause growth for good or evil. The Grounding Element for the Prince's lessons are the Princesses, who rule the earth from the Northern quadrants.
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the 4 Princesses

When thrown during Divination, the Prince of a suit often represents the coming and going of an event or person and the Princess of a suit often represents the approval or disapproval of a matter.

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Thoth-Prince of Wands

In Western Hermetic Qabalah and Tarot, The Prince of Wands represents Air of Fire or Specific Air of Primal Fire. His personal power is tremendous, so Lady Frieda Harris shows the "flaming chariot"(UFO-Merkabah), that is being pulled by Leo (the Sun) the Lion and his passion for creation as sun rays bursting out of his head. Because of his enormous strength, he can go any direction, even into violence if angered. The Thoth card shows the Marital Prince holding the Phoenix Wand of Geburah, and thus wields the fiery Severity of Geburah while riding the Merkabah, and/or Chariot of the King. Hence, his authority comes from the King. On his breast is the sigil for To Mega Theron (The Great Beast).

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To Mega Theron

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Merkabah or Merkavah mysticism is a school of early Jewish mysticism, c. 100 BC – 1000 AD, centered on visions such as those found in the Book of Ezekiel chapter 1, or in the Hekhalot literature, concerning stories of ascents to the heavenly palaces and where the Throne of God is described as a space vehicle, with "wheels spinning within wheels" and thunderous sounding flames. (If this isn't a description of a Space Vehicle, UFO, UAP, Rocket etc., I don't know what it is!) The main corpus of the Merkabah literature was composed in the period 200–700 AD, although later references to the Chariot tradition can also be found in the literature of the Chassidic Ashkenazi in the Middle Ages. A major text in this tradition is the Maseeh Merkavah. In this age of Horus, the Merkabah, has become a type of spiritual-Energy vehicle of light, that the human aura takes the shape of when one's waking consciousness is ready for, or participating in, interdimensional astral projection and/or travel.

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Ezekiel's  Merkaba

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Ruling from the 21st degree of Cancer to the 20th degree of Leo, the Prince of Wands is endowed with a powerful faculty for expanding and volatilizing. His arms are free of armor and chainmail, as he is vigorous and active. As you can see, he is aflame in every way above the rayed crown surrounded by a winged Lion head sending from his crown a curtain of flame, suggesting the Solar Logos and passionate creativity. In his right hand he holds the Phoenix Wand of Power and Energy, while the other is loosely holding the reigns of the Lion. His sexual energy is renowned. With wheels radiating flame, he rides on a sea of flame, both wave and salient. This card shows mental swiftness and strength as his primary moral qualities. The female aspect of the Prince of Wands is shown as the Chariot and wheels in the red color of Mother Binah (Blood of Mother and/or Blood Grail), who supports his stability, and motion. The Chariot is considered female for it is an enclosure while the prince is fiery expression.

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The 21st degree of Cancer to the 20th degree of Leo corresponds to the latter part of the zodiac sign Cancer and the early part of the zodiac sign Leo. Astrologically, each degree of the zodiac has its own unique characteristics and influences. Here's a breakdown of the characteristics associated with ruling from the 21st degree of Cancer to the 20th degree of Leo:

  1. Emotional Depth and Sensitivity (Cancer): Cancer is a water sign known for its emotional depth and sensitivity. Those born under this sign or influenced by this degree range may possess strong intuitive abilities and a deep connection to their emotions and the emotions of others.

  2. Nurturing and Protective Instincts (Cancer): Cancer is often associated with the archetype of the mother and the home. Individuals influenced by this degree range may have strong nurturing instincts and a desire to protect and care for others, especially loved ones and family members.

  3. Tenacity and Determination (Cancer): Cancer is symbolized by the crab, which is known for its ability to hold onto things tightly with its claws. Similarly, individuals influenced by this degree range may exhibit tenacity, determination, and a strong will to overcome challenges and achieve their goals.

  4. Creativity and Expression (Leo): As we transition into Leo, there's a shift towards creativity, self-expression, and confidence. Leo is ruled by the Sun, symbolizing vitality and self-assurance. Those influenced by this degree range may possess a natural flair for drama, creativity, and self-expression.

  5. Leadership and Charisma (Leo): Leo is associated with leadership qualities, charisma, and a strong sense of self. Individuals influenced by this degree range may gravitate towards positions of authority and may have a natural ability to inspire and influence others with their presence and charisma.

  6. Passion and Enthusiasm (Leo): Leo is a passionate and enthusiastic sign, ruled by fire. Those under the influence of this degree range may approach life with vigor, excitement, and a zest for living. They may thrive in environments where they can express themselves fully and pursue their passions.

  7. Generosity and Warmth (Leo): Leo is known for its generosity and warmth. Individuals influenced by this degree range may be generous with their time, resources, and affection. They may enjoy being the center of attention and spreading joy to those around them.

Overall, ruling from the 21st degree of Cancer to the 20th degree of Leo combines the emotional depth and nurturing qualities of Cancer with the creativity, leadership, and passion of Leo, resulting in individuals who are compassionate, charismatic, and driven to make a positive impact in the world.

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Tarot personality birth-wheel

The Prince of Wands also represents Crowley's ascendant, Leo, which in one's astrological natal chart, is second only to the Sun sign in importance. I'll not place his natal chart here, but among other things, the "rising sign" (Ascendant) represents the native's personality and how other people see him. And Crowley had a lot to say about himself as the prince in this card, for the mark of the beast emblazoned on his chest plate, and this Prince is sitting in Crowley's favorite yoga posture-the Thunderbolt Asana. Hence, Crowley supplied the multiple and often overtly flattering descriptions of this Crowley like personality card. Besides Crowley, there were/are a few other notables whose ascendant matches the Prince of Wands personality, which might give you the idea of the power of such a personality:

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Julius Caesar

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nELSON Mandela

Julius Caesar: 100 BCE, John Dee: July 13, 1527, Nelson Mandela; · Born July 18, 1918, and Mick Jagger, born July 26, 1943. Also, Jacqueline Kennedy, Madam Blavatsky, and Christopher Hyatt, to name a few more notable Prince of Wands personas. You may note that the Prince of Wands, as is true to all Court Cards, is not gender specific.

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Mick Jagger-July 26, 1943

These personalities all appear in the Zodiac, of which our Souls, have built a core personality and/or True Personalities from. Hence, many of us channel one of these personalities or a combination thereof, whenever we need their information. We must remember, a personality is merely information, and becomes knowledge only when experienced. We are not personalities. We are "images of our Soul", and therefore, have access to all recorded personas that the specific Energy frequencies that the Soul participated in. Energy can't be created or destroyed, only transformed, or transmitted; hence, our personalities that people often call "past lives", are fully available to anyone who knows themselves.

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Death of the body is merely transformation; a transformation in a measured device must (in this case organic matter) change to continue in eternal being. Any person who can meditate and focus their will, can invoke any one of these 16 court card personalities, as an enhancement of any goal they pursue. Just scry the card that represents that type of personality you wish to manifest in yourself.

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The Lost Soul Tarot-Knight of Wands

The Lost Soul Tarot-Knight of Wands is the equivalent card to the Prince of the Thoth Deck or the Knight of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot. Here the personality is portrayed as more of a medieval knight This card is traditionally about the power to move and seek adventure, so he is passionate, pursuant, and impulsive. The white cloak indicates purity, the golden leaf shapes imitate flames, fire being this card's element. The flaming wand represents the Ace of Wands. The golden leaves on his overcoat, also represent the elemental beings of fire. This persona is one who likes to stir things up for the purpose of entertainment. Any way one chooses to view this personality, it is vital and vigorous. Hence, you are being heroic, adventurous, charming, rebellious, and free spirited or know someone who just arrived in your life that is.

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The divinatory interpretation of The Prince of Wands, also known as the Knight of Wands, suggests the following characteristics:

  • Prone to impulsiveness, easily swayed by even minor influences, which can lead to indecision.
  • Expresses opinions fervently yet may not hold onto them for long.
  • Enjoys making bold statements for the sake of the energy they create, rather than for their lasting convictions.
  • Takes time to form opinions, carefully weighing both sides of an issue.
  • Exhibits noble and generous traits, often expressing exaggerated enthusiasm while inwardly recognizing the exaggeration.
  • Displays courageous determination, often choosing to challenge the odds and ultimately succeeding in the long term.
  • Radiates a passionate aura that can be intimidating to others, hinting at a mysterious depth.
  • Embodies a sense of power akin to that of a dragon, instilling fear in those less bold.
  • Despite admirable deeds and generosity, may alienate others with the intensity of their passion.
  • Pride can be a significant flaw, leading to disdain for pettiness while still extending kindness to the scorned.
  • Finds fulfillment in work and physical activity for their own sake, detached from the desire for specific outcomes.
  • Holds a paradoxical view of the world, simultaneously disdaining society while deeply respecting individuals.
  • Represents the enigmatic essence of the Sun, embodying the drive to turn ideas into action and defend them fiercely.
  • Exudes an aura of romantic rebellion, inspiring admiration from many but caution from those who may provoke their anger.
  • Maintains a swift and unpredictable nature that baffles acquaintances yet retains an underlying consistency.
  • Possesses a trickster-like quality, embracing life and artistic expression with enthusiasm.

These qualities paint a complex portrait of a dynamic individual who embodies both passion and unpredictability, capable of inspiring awe and caution in equal measure.

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