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Article Topic: Tarot

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The Divinities and the Spirit of the Tarot
Date: 2010-01-11   By: Jean-Louis de Biasi
Jean-Louis de Biasi, Grand Master Order Aurum Solis and author of the forthcoming Aurum Solis Tarot, details how you can connect with the divinities and the spirit of the living Tarot.
The Dollhouse Oracle
Date: 2009-09-15   By: Janina Renée
Miniature objects play a role in the material culture of magic and divination, because they can signify material goods as well as other things—including intangible qualities—that we’d like to manifest in our lives.  Perhaps the best known miniature is the dollhouse, which intrigues both children and adults.  A dollhouse can also be used in magic and divination, because not only does it convey the charm of the miniature, it also shares the symbolism of the house, and the house and its chambers provide metaphors for different states of being.  As such a symbolic structure, a dollhouse can serve as the basis of a tarot layout, in which the cards are inserted into its miniature rooms, and then interpreted in the context of the rooms’ different metaphorical associations.  Author Janina Renée presents the "Dollhouse Oracle," a way to use the tarot for insight into your life.
The Emperor and the Vernal Equinox
Date: 2009-08-19   By: Janina Renée
The Empress
Date: 2008-05-31   By: Corrine Kenner
The Everyday Witch Tarot
Date: 2016-12-15   By: Deborah Blake
After ten years and ten books with Llewellyn, author Deborah Blake returns with the new Everyday Witch Tarot, illustrated by Elisabeth Alba. Discover how the deck came to be, and all it has to offer.
The Forest and the Garden
Date: 2009-08-13   By: Barbara Moore
The Fullness of Shadow Work
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Christine Jette
When Christine Jette finished the manuscript for Tarot Shadow Work in 1999, she didn’t believe she could write one more thing about tarot and the shadow. She was wrong. Time having passed, Christine Jette details how to use all 78 cards of the Tarot for shadow work.
The Hats We Wear in Tarot
Date: 2010-04-12   By: Janina Renée
Looking through a typical Tarot deck, you find that human characters in the cards are distinguished by many different kinds of headwear. Tied in with the symbolic conflation of hat, head, and mind, headgear says something about different states of consciousness. Tarot author Janina Renée explores the many meanings of hats, crowns, and other headwear in the Tarot.
The High Priestess: Behind the Veil
Date: 2010-09-20   By: Barbara Moore
The High Priestess card is one of the most loved and most mysterious cards in the tarot deck. Its very nature, the way we interpret it, everything about this card suggests the unknowable. And yet we continue to try, as we should, for in the very act of seeking we find something. Perhaps not the answers we hoped for, but something of value. Tarot expert Barbara Moore not only presents some commonly accepted truths about the High Priestess but entertains ideas of her role in the scheme of things.
The Historical Tarot
Date: 2009-08-19   By: Llewellyn

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