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This illustration first appears in the 1646 edition of Guillaume Postel's Absconditorum a constitutione mundi clavis, a text originally published in 1547. Postel's 17th-century editor, Abraham von Franckenberg thought that the work was too obscure and added an explanatory appendix, along with this diagram which he termed, "The Editor’s Key to the Author’s Key". Two centuries later, Éliphas Lévi claimed that this diagram referred to Tarot, and demonstrates its connection with Qabalah in XVI…

This illustration first appears in the 1646 edition of Guillaume Postel's Absconditorum a constitutione mundi clavis, a text originally published in 1547. Postel's 17th-century editor, Abraham von Franckenberg thought that the work was too obscure and added an explanatory appendix, along with this diagram which he termed, "The Editor’s Key to the Author’s Key". Two centuries later, Éliphas Lévi claimed that this diagram referred to Tarot, and demonstrates its connection with Qabalah in XVI…