Chodkiewicz, Michel. The Vision of God, Journal of the Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi Society, Vol, 14, 1993. [WEB]
Kasak, Enn, Ancient Astrology as a Common Root for Science and Pseudo-Science, Folklore Vol. 15, Tartu 2000.
Malter, Henry, Personifications of Soul and Body. A Study in Judaeo-Arabic Literature, The Jewish Quarterly Review, New Series, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Apr., 1912), pp. 453-479
“The subject is closely connected with the general idea that the universe and man are parallel; that whatever is found irt the world without, in the macrocosm, is reflected or finds its counterpart also in the man, the microscosm. This doctrine is very old, being traceable not only to Pythagoras and Plato, but also to the oldest Babylonian lilterature. The Talmuds and Midrashim afford numerous instances of analogies between parts of the universe and of the human body; . . . “
Gothic Spanish-suited cards – World of Playing Cards
A.E. Waite ESOTERIC TAROT AT BRITISH MUSEUM
One of the great & rather unknown Kabbalist visionaries.
Alchemy Collection at The John Rylands Library, University of Manchester
Karen-Claire Voss – The Tabula Smaragdina Revisited