This article was written on January 01, 1928 posted under
The 1929 edition of the venerable “A to Z Horoscope Maker and Delineator.” The “A to Z” has been published as one of America’s most respected textbooks for nearly 100 years – constantly up-dated and expanded to serve the student whether as solitary or in a class situation. With the most recent revised and expanded edition, we changed the final word in the title from ‘Delineator’ to ‘Interpreter’ because many people were unfamiliar with that more limiting word.
The “A to Z” serves both as a textbook and a ready reference, and as a basic reader in relation to any birth horoscope.
This commentary was written by:
Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, Chairman, Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Why would anyone want to get out of their tarot comfort zone? If you are in your comfort zone, you are likely to be stable and confident and therefore able to do solid and dependable readings. Rituals and regular processes help ground readers and prepare the mind to begin the important work of interpreting the cards. We spend so much time finding... read this article