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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.
In Beyond the Celtic Cross: Secret Techniques for Taking Tarot to an Exciting New Level, Paul helps Catherine discover the hidden depths of her reading through a back-and-forth dialogue. The book is an engaging process of interpretation of a single tarot reading.
The Book of Thoth is the original companion book to Aleister Crowley's Thoth Tarot deck, which was illustrated by Lady Frieda Harris. A Tarot classic.
The Brotherhood Tarot Companion is, yes, the companion book for Patric Stillman's Brotherhood Tarot. It explains the impetus behind the deck, its foundation in traditional Tarot, and Stillman's own personal journey
Companion book to the Buddha Tarot, which delves deeper into the links between Buddhism and Tarot.
The Chakra Wisdom Oracle Toolkit is the companion book to Tori Hartman's Chakra Wisdom Oracle deck, and features the full text behind the fables illustrated in the deck.
Choice Centered Relating and the Tarot both covers the number one area addressed by Tarot readers (relationships) and expands it - to include relating to self, to family, to significant others and to business partners.
Chrysalis Tarot is the companion book to the deck of the same name. It explains the mythology behind the deck, as well as providing interpretations and some early sketches of the card imagery.
“Come Hell Or High Water” is a fictional trilogy that blends medieval Eastern European history with Tarot. This is the first book in the series, Wellspring.
Come Hell or High Water, Part II: Rising is the second novel in a paranormal fictional trilogy set in Prague, which incorporates tarot into its story.
Come Hell or High Water, Part III: Deluge is the final novel in the paranormal trilogy by Stephen Morris. The fictional series is set in Prague and features tarot, mythology and more.
Complete Guide to Tarot Illuminati is the extended companion book to the Tarot Illuminati, published in eBook format. Written by Kim Huggens, her eBook delves much deeper into the symbolism and imagery of the cards and also offers exercises and practices for use with the cards.
This glossy how-to guide practically and clearly explains Tarot history, symbolism, card meanings, spreads... everything the beginner needs. It's also illustrated with photos and cards from dozens of tarot decks.
Confessions of a Tarot Reader is a memoir filled with tarot-related anecdotes by Jane Stern, an American food writer and professional tarot reader.
Conscious Channeling From the Akashic - When You Are Reading Tarot Cards takes Tarot reading to a different level. The book connects access of the Akashic records, and working with the Lords of Karma with the use of the cards.
'Creator's Tarot: Recreate Your Outcome Using The Law of Attraction' offers insightful ways to interpret the 78 cards within the framework of manifestation and self-empowerment. It's designed so that information gleaned from a Tarot reading can help the reader to be proactive, focused, and mindful in achieving their goals.
The Daily Spread Tarot & Oracle Journal is a smaller version of the Tarot Journal, also from Alyssa Montalbano. Designed to make it easy to record your tarot spreads, the journal comes with a secret ingredient - tarot card stickers.