Jason Lotterhand shared his Tarot experience and wisdom on the Major arcana through Thursday night Tarot lectures for many years. The essence of his weekly talks are recorded in this essential Tarot reference book.
Ticket, Passport and Tarot Cards is a unique combination of personal diary, travel journal and Tarot imagery. It explores the meaning of the 22 Tarot cards through the author's travels around the world and connected Tarot spreads.
Todayís Journey Tarot: A Travellerís Guide is the companion book to the Today's Journey Tarot deck. It has expanded descriptions, commentary and concepts on the 78 cards, and also includes chapters on how to read tarot, spreads to use, and meditations on the cards.
Twenty Years of Tarot: The Lo Scarabeo Story celebrates the tarot publishing company's first 20 years of operation from 1987 to 2007. It's a hard cover, coffee-table sized book full of images of pre-market and test sketches, as well as completed cards that were part of published decks.
DuQuette demystifies the complexities of the Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot. A recommended read for Thoth beginners and advanced users alike.
Understanding the Tarot Court is major work from prominent Tarot authors and scholars, Mary Greer and Tom Little. The book delves into court cards in great depth, an aspect of Tarot often found more difficult by readers.
The book, Visconti Tarots - Extraordinary examples of Renaissance art is the companion book to the Visconti Tarot deck, also published by Lo Scarabeo.
James Wanless' book is designed to help you become your own oracle, using the Voyager Tarot.
Voyager: DIY Mindfulness Psychology is a resource and aid for living authentically and living mindfully, through James Wanless' practice of 'transformational mindfulness'.
Way of the Current: Tarot Reflections is an exploration of the 78 cards of the Dodal Tarot de Marseille from 1701. The 186-page book is illustrated with each tarot card, and offers fresh perspectives and insights to the reader.
What Tarot Can Do for You provides the beginner with practical methods for using the Tarot for problem solving, rituals, divination, journaling and healing.
What's in the Cards for You? is a workbook of thirty original 'experiments' designed so the reader can find for themselves how Tarot can be useful in their lives. The book is written in McElroy's typical skeptical and demystified style.
Who Are You in the Tarot? helps you discover your birth and year cards in the tarot. It's from Mary Greer, and picks up where her earlier book, Tarot Constellations, left off. A must-have for the tarot library.
The companion book to the lovely Hudes Tarot, which offers insight into the card images and their subtler meanings.
A story of the sacred feminine and how it has been denied through time. This book draws on many sources of knowledge to illustrate its theory, one of which are the trumps of the Charles VI Tarot.
By prominent tarot author Mary K. Greer, this book delves into the lives and stories of the women who founded and nurtured the occult group, the Order of the Golden Dawn.
Learn how to give guidance effectively by first understanding yourself and the power of your own life experience. This new technique introduces you to your three aspects: the emotional, the intellectual and the spiritual. Once you have a balanced relationship with these three parts, nothing is out of reach! The book also comes with a companion meditation CD. Read an excerpt.