The Tarot tool provides a simple three card spread with the appropriate commentary from the little white Waite-Smith book. The tool does not make any assumptions for the user, they are to divine for themselves. I wrote this tool so that people can get their own tarot spread without asking me for one.
Usage: A spread will load when you open the page. There is also a button that will generate a new spread. For more accurate results, resist the urge to discard a spread because you don't like what it says. Take a screenshot and hold onto it for a few days before you decide to ask the cards again. It will take some study but you can quickly learn to read the cards intuitively.
The Pranayama tool provides a series of timers with a metronome and cycle counter inspired by Liber E vel Exercitiorum sub figure IX. I wrote this tool because every FLOSS metronome app on fdroid was entirely unusable.
Usage: Begin by selecting the first timer. Use one finger to press your right nostril shut and follow the instructions. When it's time to breathe in again, switch and press the other nostril shut. When this becomes easy, step it up to a more difficult timer. Continue until you see results. Various Asana can (and should) be used in conjunction with this timer.
The Hebrew tool is an attempt to make a usable Hebrew keyboard with an EN_US keyboard. Many of the characters in the Alephbet are placed on keys with similar English sounds but, since some sounds overlap, others were placed arbitrarily. I wrote this tool in order to more efficiently create the 777 table.
Usage: Simply begin typing and the translated characters will appear in the buffer. There is a copy button that copies the buffer to the clibpoard, a clear button that clears the buffer, and a save button that exports the buffer to a downloadable .txt file. There is a also a button to switch between a keymap for desktop users and a 'pseudo-keboard' for mobile users. The 'pseudo-keyboard' was necessary because mobile browsers don't provide keypress event listeners.
The 777 'tool' is more of a table than anything. It provides no cleaver features, but the builtin browser search tools can be very useful. I copied Liber 777 into a spreadsheet, then exported that spreadsheet to html. Expect typos and errors. A simplified version of the original spreadsheed is also downloadable.