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A Pilgrim's Progress (Part IV of a 1980 East Coast Convention Address) William Dunbar Buchan, Hermetician
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The TARO is an ancient system of divination and mental and spiritual evolution, symbolized by a set of 78 cards. These cards are divided into two sections: the first containing 56 cards representing the material plane, and the second comprising 22 keys representing esoteric principles. The TARO is a science of correspondences applicable to various planes of existence, including the Kabbalistic, Astrological, or Universal planes. It aims to help seekers understand hidden mysteries and harmonize..
The author reflects on the concept of freedom from want, suggesting that it should be rephrased as freedom from need. They discuss their personal experience with poverty and accumulation of possessions. The author believes in the law of abundance and suggests giving away excess items to allow the flow of abundance to continue. They also mention a free box or reuse center in their community for unwanted but useful items.