Earn Your Ph.D.
In Tarotology Now!
By James W. Revak

The Divine Fifi-Ho-Tep-Trismegista
The Divine Fifi-Ho-Tep-Trismegista.  Click the image for a larger one.

F I N A L   E X A M 

THE ORDER OF THE GOLD
A
ND ROSY BONE

COLLEGE OF TAROTOLOGY

DOCTOR OF PHILOSPHY
TAROTOLOGY (Ph.D.T.)


INSTRUCTIONS

Daughter/Son of Earth,

Having duly and rigorously prepared yourself for this challenge, answer each of the following six questions by clicking the appropriate letter.  Choose the single best answer based on your understanding of Tarot as elucidated by the Divine Fifi-Ho-Tep-Trismegista, blessings be upon Her Name.  Upon clicking, you will promptly discover if you are right or plain stupid. 

You must get at least four out of six questions correct to pass this rigorous examination and earn your Ph.D.T.

totoviewer.com

 1. The card shown below is the:
A. Two of Cups; Card from Tarot Classic
B.  Three of Cups;
C.  Four of Cups;
D.  Five of Cups.
  Illustration (above): Card from Tarot Classic (based on an 18th-century deck by Claude Burdel) (copyright 1974 U.S. Games Systems).  Click the image for a larger one.
   
 2.  Commenting on the Five of Pentacles from The Rider Tarot (see illustration, below) renowned Tarotist A. E. Waite, wrote that it may indicate:
A. Material trouble; Five of Pentacles from The Rider Tarot
B. Wife and husband;
C. Love and lovers;
D. All of the above.
  Illustration (above): The Five of Pentacles from The Rider Tarot Deck (1909) (copyright © 1971 U.S. Games Systems).  Click the image for a larger one.
   
 3.  The Celtic Cross is a:
A Neopagan song;
B Traditional Christian hymn;
C Popular method for reading Tarot cards;
D Major Irish daily.
   
 4.  The card shown below is from:
A The Morgan-Greer Tarot Card
B Tarot of the Old Path;
C Tarot of the Spirit;
D A particularly savy cardreader.
   
 5.  When the Death Trump appears in a reading for a client who knows nothing about Tarot, a skilled reader might say:
A “Is your life insurance paid up?”;
B “Pay me five hundred dollars to burn magic candles to remove the curse on you, or don’t even think of getting out of bed ever again”;
C “Death typically implies a major change”;
D “Don’t invest in new 30-year bonds”.
   
 6.  The first member of the popular Rider-Waite-Smith family of decks was:
A Published by Reader’s Digest, designed by Waite, and drawn by Smith;
B Published by Rider, designed by Coco Chanel, and drawn by Smith;
C Published by Rider, designed by Waite, and drawn by Picasso;
D Published by Rider, designed by Waite, and drawn by Smith.

 I’m Done!  Now I Want to Know How I Did.


NEXT        PREVIOUS      CONTENTS      E-MAIL AUTHOR      HOME
Copyright © 2000 James W. Revak.  All rights reserved.  Version 1.0 (8/21/00).