A word used at the end of prayers and sections in Jewish and Christian rituals, as well as in some Pagan and ceremonial magick rituals. It is usually translated as “so be it,” thus equating with the magickal expression, “so mote it be.” However, it is actually a notarikon or Kabalistic acronym for the Hebrew words, “El Melech Ne’eh-mahn,” meaning “God is a faithful king.” Thus it signifies that concept that by repeating certain phrases, prayers, or rites, God will be faithful and fulfill His part of the agreement and do what is expected from the repetition of those words or actions.
The Dark Wood Tarot
We usually feature stand alone books here. However, our decks' companion books are all excellent in their own right. Here is an example from the Sasha Graham's Dark Wood Tarot.
Strength is the archetype...