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The Tarot Activity Book  Open in New Window

The Tarot Activity Book mixes tarot with creative processes like writing, journaling, and art and crafts. It has over 100 exercises and activities for one's own personal transformation, or for therapeutic or artistic use.

The Tarot Bible  Open in New Window

The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards and Spreads is a glossy full-colour book packed with tarot information and images - history, correspondences, the basics of choosing a deck, the meanings of the cards, spreads, extras for developing your tarot skills, and much more.

The Tarot Directory  Open in New Window

The Tarot Directory is a straighforward tarot guide for beginners. It offers major and minor card interpretations, sample readings, spread examples, and features illustrations from dozens of decks. The book is spiral-bound and is printed in an easy-to-use tabbed format.

The Tarot Handbook  Open in New Window

This is the second edition of The Tarot Handbook, first published in 1987 and reprinted ten years later with a new introduction. In the book, Arrien discusses the symbols found in the Tarot from a psychological, mythological, and cross-cultural perspective.

The Tarot of Cornelius Agrippa  Open in New Window

The Tarot of Cornelius Agrippa is a collection of short essays, or prose parables, on each of the major arcana. Each essay is accompanied by an illustration from the Gioseppe Maria Mitelli deck.

The Tarot of Perfection  Open in New Window

The Tarot of Perfection is a book of tarot tales by well-known tarot author, Rachel Pollack. Mixing tarot and fantasy, the esoteric and the imaginative, the stories are multi-layered and can be read over and over.

The Tarot of the Revelation  Open in New Window

The Tarot of the Revelation is the companion book for a forthcoming set of cards. It links the 22 Tarot trumps with the 22 chapters of the Book of Revelation from the Bible, as decoded by Edgar Cayce.

The Tarot Playbook  Open in New Window

The Tarot Playbook is a 176-page book with 78 novel ways to connect with your cards. Through games, activities and what-if readings, the reader can become familiar with the unique personality of their tarot deck.

The Tarot Revealed  Open in New Window

The Tarot Revealed is a beginner's manual from the 1960s, written when the author (a tarot teacher at the time) couldn't find an appropriate book for her students. She provides definitions and illustrations for the Rider-Waite cards, and explains the Celtic Cross and Tree of Life spreads.

The Tarot Wheel  Open in New Window

The Tarot Wheel is a very simplified text-based tool for reading tarot. It uses seven circular wheels (one each for The Present, The Past, The Future, Ambitions, Influences, Strengths, and Outcome) that in conjunction offer a reading.

The Tarot: A Contemporary Course of the Quintessence of Hermetic Occultism  Open in New Window

The Tarot: A Contemporary Course of the Quintessence of Hermetic Occultism was first published in 1962. For those interested in the esoteric nature of Tarot, it is part practical manual and part exposition on Tarot as a 'useful instrument of cognition'.

The Tarot: A Short Treatise on Reading Cards  Open in New Window

This is the 1993 edition of "The Tarot", a revised and expanded edition of the original 1888 treatise on the cards. Mathers introduces tarot as a fortune telling tool, and tells a little of its history and occult associations.

The Tarot: History, Symbolism & Divination  Open in New Window

The Tarot: History, Symbolism & Divination is well-grounded and factual account of the Tarot's development in the Renaissance and its mystical roots history and evolution. Author Robert Place also offers information on the card symbology, and practical techniques for using the cards in divination.

The Tarot: The Origins, Meaning and Uses of the Cards  Open in New Window

First published in 1972, The Tarot: The Origins, Meaning and Uses of the Cards has been reprinted in 2007. More than just a companion book for the Sheridan-Douglas Tarot, it delves deeper in to the history and esotericism of the Tarot.

The Thoth Companion  Open in New Window

The Thoth Companion: The Key to the True Symbolic Meaning of the Thoth Tarot explores the symbolism of Crowley's deck and provides a comprehensive analysis, all in a user-friendly guide. A good introduction for those who know little about the Thoth Tarot, rather than advanced users looking for new insights.

The Transformational Truth of Tarot  Open in New Window

The Transformational Truth of Tarot is a general overview and tarot workbook, in which author Tiffany Crosara shares her passion and enthusiasm for tarot and her experience as a spiritual healer and psychic reader. Suitable for beginners onwards.

The Underground Stream: Esoteric Tarot Revealed  Open in New Window

The Underground Stream: Esoteric Tarot Revealed looks at the Golden Dawn and Continental attributions alongside their origins and derivatives, and speculates on the early occult history of the Tarot.

The Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards  Open in New Window

The Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards is a combination of commentary by Tarot academic Michael Dummett and full-size colour reproductions of the Tarot cards in the Pierpont-Morgan library, also known as the Visconti-Sforza Tarot.

The Way of Tarot  Open in New Window

The Way of Tarot The Spiritual Teacher in the Cards uses the Marseilles Tarot to illustrate Jodorowsky's insights into tarot as more than just a divinatory tool, but as a spiritual path and means to self-realisation.

The Wheel of Wisdom  Open in New Window

The Wheel of Wisdom is a kabbalistic oracle wheel that combines two systems - 96 answers though 'ancient karma scripts' on the front, and angel advice on the reverse.

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