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Is there a problem uploading pictures?  Max file size 2MB and one MB = 1,024 KB

I have photo sizes well under 1 MB and they're not uploading. 

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Is there a problem uploading pictures?  Max file size 2MB and one MB = 1,024 KB

I have photo sizes well under 1 MB and they're not uploading. 

I copied and pasted the last one I shared because I couldn't get the uploading to work.


   
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It's not even doing that for me. 

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Can upload them to Facebook without a  problem.

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Yup, stopped working for me too.

 

Do you have webspace? Or load to FB and then just copy the link (that's how I did it here). But I do not know if the facebook way works. This photolink was copied from Lashtal

 


   
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Okay, FB and Wikipedia do not work.


   
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My own website works...


   
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Posted by: @david-dom-lemieux

Is there a problem uploading pictures?

Oh, yeah. Tiger first discovered it 2-3 months ago. The pic-posting has all been fornicated up and down since then. Admin has been notified. The coming of The Horus Toy(TM) seems to have broke the bunker-down-under (infrastructure).

 


   
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Yup, stopped working for me too.

 

 

Do you have webspace? Or load to FB and then just copy the link (that's how I did it here). But I do not know if the facebook way works. This photolink was copied from Lashtal

 

What, you FB link url?  That doesn't work. 

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so i get the "drop here" prompt but it doesn't drop it anywhere.

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I have no clue. The two pictures that appeared were only added by pasting the weblink to them. But with pics from FB or Wiki it did not work.


   
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Posted by: @the_real_simon_iff

. The two pictures that appeared were only added by pasting the weblink to them.

can confirm

 


   
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. The two pictures that appeared were only added by pasting the weblink to them.

can confirm

 

You have to right click on the chosen photo on a website and then 'copy image link', thanks. 

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You have to right click on the chosen photo on a website and then 'copy image link', thanks. 

No problem.  😊 

 

That image is "The Ship", a Sicilian Atu XV variant, in case anyone was wondering.

 


   
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That image is "The Ship", a Sicilian Atu XV variant, in case anyone was wondering.

I was not wondering, but now that you add the correlation, I say, "Hmm?"  I note that it is a Templar ship; well, they did dominate the seas in their era.


   
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Posted by: @david-dom-lemieux

You have to right click on the chosen photo on a website and then 'copy image link', thanks. 

That won't always work, because some websites disable the right-click menu for the images they display.


   
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You have to right click on the chosen photo on a website and then 'copy image link', thanks. 

That won't always work, because some websites disable the right-click menu for the images they display.

Ok.

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That won't always work, because some websites disable the right-click menu for the images they display.

Oh, isn't this so true? In such a case, one could PS ("Pee on Print Screen"), then crop the resulting photo (requires a pic program - even Paint(R)(TM) will do), then post it at one's own private off-site gallery, then grab that gallery link and post it here.

This Magickal Act is not theoretical. I do it all the time. Does this make me (or you?) a thief? Send your answer, plus $2, to enter the drawing for a free Horus Toy(TM).

Please note that some other sites employ sorcery. For example: I have a LOT of pics in the files at Angelfire. If I pull one up to "view," and grab the page-image-link, all that pops up here in a forum post is the Angelfire logo.


   
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I was not wondering, but now that you add the correlation, I say, "Hmm?"  I note that it is a Templar ship; well, they did dominate the seas in their era.

Incidentally, the Sicilian version of the Tower depicts the tower as completely intact. 


   
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the Sicilian version of the Tower depicts the tower as completely intact. 

Fine. We're just trying to "stop thought," not damage (blast) the brain.


   
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the Sicilian version of the Tower depicts the tower as completely intact. 

Fine. We're just trying to "stop thought," not damage (blast) the brain.

While the Vandenborre deck replaces the Hierophant with Bacchus

 


   
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Bacchus

Oh, that drunk!


   
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Bacchus

Oh, that drunk!

I find it an interesting substitute for the Hierophant.

 

And the Besancon deck famously substitutes the Hierophant with Jupiter

 


   
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And the Besancon deck famously substitutes the Hierophant with Jupiter

Here's another couple that blend easily into each other. The Hiero is the influence of authority that flows from Chokmah (the atomic furnace) to Chesed (the throne room).

I keep my sanity by remembering that spheres are NOUNS (person, place, or thing), while the paths/Trumps are VERBS (action of some kind). It makes perfect sense to me that Chesedian (Jupiter) authority is derived from something descending from above.

Whether or not any other path connecting to a sphere makes perfect sense is a matter for experimentation on a bigger scope than I can get interested in, right now.

 


   
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Here's another couple that blend easily into each other. The Hiero is the influence of authority that flows from Chokmah (the atomic furnace) to Chesed (the throne room).

I keep my sanity by remembering that spheres are NOUNS (person, place, or thing), while the paths/Trumps are VERBS (action of some kind). It makes perfect sense to me that Chesedian (Jupiter) authority is derived from something descending from above.

Whether or not any other path connecting to a sphere makes perfect sense is a matter for experimentation on a bigger scope than I can get interested in, right now.

 

 

Besides the Vandenborre's Bacchus and the Bensacon's Jupiter,  the Sicilian gives us Constancy

The numbering in the Sicilian is off by one compared to modern decks. 

 

What do you make of the Sicilian including an unnumbered Miseria, also shared by the Mantegna,  in addition to the Fool?   Alan Moore included it in an issue of the Promethea comic as a path connecting Chesed with Daath.   

 

 

 

 


   
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The numbering in the Sicilian is off by one compared to modern decks. 

Yeah, it's thar slipping the zero into the first card that causes my Romal and Arabic numerals (with the "value" as well) dancing around in my Mento-Comp device, and sometimes I goof it. 5=IV? XXI=22?


   
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Yeah, it's thar slipping the zero into the first card that causes my Romal and Arabic numerals (with the "value" as well) dancing around in my Mento-Comp device, and sometimes I goof it. 5=IV? XXI=22?

Exactly the case for the Sicilian.  

 

Adopting the idea of the Atus as paths for the sake of discussion, although Moore made it up himself, I do like the idea of assigning the Beggar to the theoretical Daath/Chesed path. The explanation being that the Beggar symbolizes the ideas behind stories of gods walking the earth disguising themselves in humble forms.  But "officially", the Beggar in historical decks goes unnumbered and could be placed at the very beginning or the very end of the trumps. 

 

Moore assigns the Fountain to Daath leading to Binah,which he seems to have invented entirely, or at least I haven't seen a Fountain trump in any decks. 

 


   
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... the theoretical Daath/Chesed path.

Oh, no. Not the heretical path, again. I swear it exists, but offer no comment.

 


   
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... the theoretical Daath/Chesed path.

Oh, no. Not the heretical path, again. I swear it exists, but offer no comment.

 

Someone from the Ordo Templi Astarte created three extra paths and Atus linking to Daath, but those are modern creations with no historical precedents. Unity links Tiphareth and Daath, Alchemy links Chesed and Daath, and Conquest links Geburah and Daath.   

 

And there's also this:

"Have a vision of a 23rd Atu, a no-path which links Yesod and Da'ath. the card's title is KAOS, the letter is the glyph of zero, and the astrological sign that of Arachne."


   
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