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It's All in the Cards is John Mangiapane's first book. He takes a practical approach to reading and using Tarot cards as a tool for self-knowledge, guidance and divination.
A study of the major arcana, drawing upon the author's background in Jungian psychology and delving into mythology, literature, art and other sources.
Kabbalistic Tarot: Hebraic Wisdom in the Major and Minor Arcana links Tarot with the Jewish spiritual tradition and the Kabbalah. From Dovid Krafchow, a student of Tarot and Kabbalah for over thirty years.
The Kaleidoscope Tarot is a set of simple stained glass tiles, available as 24 majors (there are two extra: Earth and Spirit) and the full set of 80. The set is based on the colour and attribution system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and is a pre-cursor to the Tarot of Color cards.
The third edition of Karmic Tarot explains its tarot system for finding and following your life's path. The book is divided into theoretical and practical sections.
A Tarot resource for all levels of readers, to help with the sometimes sticky issue of learning to use reversed Tarot cards. Highly recommended.
Learning Tarot Spreads is not an encyclopaedia of spreads, but deconstructs tarot layouts, and teaches how to create the ideal spread for a reading situation. From the author of Learning the Tarot.
The tarot book for beginners. Containing a complete 19 lesson course on reading tarot and thorough, but not overly numerous, meanings for the cards themselves. Highly recommended for tarot newcomers!
Light-Of-Day is a small 45-page book, designed to be a tool for working with the symbols in both Tarot and dream intepretations.
Llewellyn's Tarot Reader 2005 is a new yearly book of Tarot news, tips, articles, tutorials and ideas. The authors are prominent in the Tarot world and include Mary K. Greer, Diane Wilkes, and Nina Lee Braden.
Llewellen's Tarot Reader 2006 is the yearly publication filled with Tarot-related articles on Tarot history, teaching, card interpretations, spread and decks by various published Tarot authors.
Llewellyn's yearly anthology of articles from Tarot authors and luminaries continues with the Tarot Reader 2007. This year's has articles by Elizabeth Hazel, Mary Greer, Teresa Michelsen, Valerie Sim, and many more.
The 2008 Tarot Reader is the last of Llewellyn's annual Tarot Reader books, and concentrates on Tarot articles and deck reviews from authors like Mary Greer, Rachel Pollack, James Ricklef and Valerie Sim.
Magic Words: A Dictionary is a reference book from Craig Conley, who created the Trump L'Oeil: Tarot of Portmeirion. His dictionary explains the origin, history and meanings of magical words - all the way from Harry Potter to the esoteric.
With a choice of ten different tarot decks, 19 spreads and in-depth interpretations for all sorts of questions, this is a deluxe tarot software package.
A masterful book which utilises the Major Arcana of the Tarot as tools to enter spiritual dimensions. A work ranked amongst the classics of mysticism, gnosis and magic.
Messages From the Archetypes: Using Tarot for Healing and Spiritual Growth blends nursing and the intuitive arts, presenting Tarot as a tool for therapeutic means using the principles of transpersonal psychology.
Mirror of the Free, subtitled The Tarot and the Kabbalah, the Ancient Mesopotamians and the Sufis, offers Swift's own theories on the origins of Tarot. Published as a limited hand-numbered edition of 136 copies.
My Tarot Journal is a substantial tool for the tarot student - a 490 page large-size book with comprehensive templates for recording card notes, thoughts and readings.
Mystical Origins of the Tarot is a well-researched and well-written reference book discussing the development and background of Tarot, its symbols and its divinatory meanings.