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Create a More Meaningful and Spiritual Life through the Cards Make tarot the centerpiece of your spirituality with this brilliant guide to incorporating the cards into your daily life. Tarot Inspired Life is the perfect workbook to help deepen your tarot practice, enhance your creativity, and find greater purpose each day. This book encourages you to befriend your deck, personalize your spreads, and create a tarot journal. It's... more...

You know life is full of surprises but you don't want to be caught unawares when faced with something unexpected. You could be struggling to gain a foothold at your workplace, or trying to find meaning in a relationship going nowhere. You could be at any stage in your life when it suddenly hits you that something is just not right. The realization forces you to see where you currently are and what sort of reparation is required. Tarot Predictions 2019... more...


A fascinating book that reveals the ancient craft of tarot and offers detailed guidance on how to conduct readings of your own This book teaches the reader how to connect with the time-honoured wisdom and spiritual power of the tarot and make major decisions - just by turning a card. Author and tarot expert Kim Arnold teaches using the Rider Waite tarot, which is acknowledged as the classic deck to begin understanding this ancient system. Ideal for... more...

First published in 2002 and finally available again, A History of the Occult Tarot is the classic work on the history of the Tarot deck and its uses in occult circles. Starting with the late 19th century, the authors—art historian and antique card curator Ronald Decker and former Oxford logic professor Michael Dummett—examine how the Tarot went from a deck used simply for card games to being the favored divination tool of occultists, a bridge to... more...


Use the Power of Correspondences to Breathe New Life and Magic into Your Tarot Practice Correspondences are woven into the structure of every modern deck. Focusing on four main systems of correspondences―the elements, astrology, numbers, and Kabbalah―this remarkable book helps you integrate the images, associations, and myths that have allowed the tarot to resonate across many centuries and cultures. Author T. Susan Chang... more...

Conventional wisdom traces Tarot cards to medieval Italy, but their roots go back much further in time and draw on a surprisingly rich variety of cultures and spiritual traditions. Combining pioneering scholarship with practical spiritual instruction, Origins of the Tarot is the first book to unveil the full range of the ancient streams of wisdom from which the Tarot emerged.The timeless principles of conscious realization and cosmological unfoldment... more...

Each of the four Tarot Queens in this empowering year-long system represent an archetypal part of our personalities as well as our experience of being human. Detailed explanations of each archetype, and workbook-style exercises and practical tips are provided for aligning with and balancing the energies of each Queen. We derive inspiration from the Queen of Wands Passion comes from the Queen of Swords Love from the Queen of... more...

Many people don’t know what to do when a card appears upside down in a tarot spread. This book helps you become more comfortable and confident when these topsy-turvy cards dance into your readings. Join author Leeza Robertson as she explores five distinct areas of energy related to reversals: blocks, protection, mirror, shadow, and retrograde. This system of reading reversals is a simple way to deepen your connection to the cards and... more...

Tarot-reading is one of the oldest esoteric practices. Lore has it that the art of reading tarot cards has existed for over 600 years. What is tarot fact and fiction has been lost with the passage of time. Yet tarot is more popular than ever in our modern society, because the cards speak to our most instinctual and primal selves through their stories, meanings, and symbols. The Tarot Companion reveals the messages and mystery... more...