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1-2-3 Tarot bills itself as 'the easiest way to learn tarot'. It outlines a simple system using Tarot setences, so beginners can start reading the cards immediately.
21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card is Mary Greer's latest book, containing techniques and exercises for reading the cards through personal and traditional interpretation, storytelling, dialogues, visualisations and much, much, more.
360 Degrees of Wisdom is based around the Sabian Symbols, that were channeled from ancient Mesopotamian astrologers. The book includes 42 cards in tear-out pages - but you can also make your own - for use with the 360 oracular meanings, and is designed to be easier than Tarot.
365 Tarot Activities is exactly as it sounds: more than 300 different prompts and exercises, created as a means for more personal learning and enjoyment of the cards. It can be used with any tarot deck, and even includes some activities for use with oracle decks.
78 Degrees of Wisdom is a card by card study of the history, myths, psychology, symbols and deeper meaning of the tarot. Serious yet interesting, this book by Rachel Pollack should be an essential part of every tarot library.
90 Days to Learning the Tarot: No Memorization Required! is a three month program for developing your own intuitive meanings for the cards, guided by the symbols and elements.
A Guide To Mystic Faerie Tarot is the companion book to the upcoming Mystic Faerie Tarot from Llewellyn, and a basic guide to tarot cards. This review is of the proof copy of the book.
'A Guide to Tarot and Relationships' helps the reader see patterns and identify key issues in relationships through the cards, and use them to find answers. The book is also illustrated with images from the Gorgon Tarot.
A Guide to the Nomadic Oracle is the fully illustrated companion book to the 56 card Nomadic Oracle deck, a deck independent of any religious or traditional beliefs.
A Keeper of Words is the accompanying book to the Legend: The Arthurian Tarot, sold separately from the deck.
A Wicked Pack of Cards: An Occult History of the Tarot is a somewhat controversial book intended to dispel misinformation on the origins of Tarot. It's written by two historians and a professor of logic, on the premise that tarot was not created with occult or cartomantic uses in mind.
The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Tarot is the ultimate guide for the newcomer to Tarot - no prior experience necessary. It's a practical and non-dogmatic, approachable, step-by-stp guide to getting to know Tarot and using the cards. By Mark McElroy, author of the Bright Idea Deck and Putting the Tarot to Work. Highly recommended!
Alchemy and the Tarot: An Examination of the Historical Connection with a Guide to the Alchemical Tarot is a dense reference book from tarot scholar, Robert Place. Rich in historical references, legends, stories, mystical and esoteric ideas on tarot symbolism and its alchemical links, it's an essential book for the tarot student.
'All Love Goes Before Me: Poems on the Sola Busca Tarot' is a journey through the major arcana on the symbolic pathways of poetry. 22 small poems accompany full-colour images of the 22 major arcana from the 15th century deck.
An Introduction to Transformative Tarot Counseling: the High Art of Reading explains the author's own reading techniques, aimed at helping querents and clients through their own process of change.
The companion book for the Ancient Mysteries Tarot by Roger Calverley.
Angel Readings for Beginners explains how to call on 'angelic energies' for advise and protection, using oracle cards, tarot cards, pendulums or other tools. She covers preparing for the reading, handling the cards, spreads, and information on individual angels.
Area 52 is a quirky self-empowerment tool from Jordan Hoggard, creator of the Tarot of the Mystereum. It's combines tarot and astrology into daily TarotScopes, designed to help the reader create and make the best of their year.
The focus of Best Tarot Practices – Everything You Need to Know to Learn the Tarot is on personal insight and spiritual growth, and tackles all aspects of tarot. Along with tarot spreads, discussions and exercises, it also offers meanings and meditations for all 78 cards. Recommended for intermediate to advanced tarot users.