This book is the revised and expended version of the earlier book "I Gilgamesh" written in 1988, incorporating the Tarot in association with the myth, and revealing that the pictograms on Tarot cards are remnants of illustrations of the myth of Gilgamesh, while the numbers and letters on the 22 cards of the Major Arcana of the Tarot are revealed to be an alphabetization key for the Hebrew letters, and the Minor Arcana of the Tarot are revealed to represent the ancient Sumerian calendar, and to be the origin of modern playing cards.
- Physical Description: 5.9"x8.4"x0.6"; 0.8 lb
- Edition Info: Paperback; 1995-01
- Religion & Spirituality -- New Age -- Channeling
- Politics & Social Sciences -- Social Sciences -- Folklore & Mythology
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