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Golden Dawn Tattva Cards

By Alex Sumner

Copyright Notice
Text and artwork Alex Sumner 2010. The moral rights of Alex Sumner to be identified as the author of this work have been asserted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 in the UK and similar legislation internationally. This document is available for free from It may be freely distributed so long as the above copyright notice is preserved. Anyone charging you money for this document is infringing my Copyright! The curse of Sumner be upon them. Grrr.

About Alex
Alex Sumner is a novelist and writer on the occult. After having written several non-fiction articles for the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, in 2009 he came out with his first novel, The Magus. He followed this with a sequel in 2010, Opus Secunda. He is currently (August 2010) working on a third. Alex lives in Essex, England. You may purchase the Novels of Alex Sumner from: Sol Ascendans The Website of Alex Sumner: Alex Sumner on Facebook: Alex Sumner on Twitter:

About Tattvas
This document should ideally be used in connection with the chapter on Clairvoyance in The Golden Dawn.* I recommend printing the following pages out on A4 card using a decent colour printer, laminating and cutting them into quarters. Et voil! A set of Tattva cards ready to use in skrying experiments and the like. Enjoy!