The Moon in Wonderland
The books that accompany our decks are full-size, often in full color, full of interesting information. Here is an excerpt from the companion book to the Tarot in Wonderland.
XVIII, The Moon
Through the Looking Glass
It seems fitting that this card features characters who do not inhabit Wonderland but rather are from a poem recited by Tweedledee because this card is all about illusion, deception, and the nature of reality. The connection of this poem with The Moon card is enhanced because it comes from the Tweedle brothers, who are twins. Aside from their names on their collars, they are hard to distinguish from each other, another experience the
2021 Tarot Calendar
Our Tarot Calendar is in its fourth year! It’s not too late to get one for 2021. If you are not familiar with it, this calendar features large card images from 12 different decks as well tips, spreads, short essays, and activities. Get a little tarot fun, education, and beauty each month.
Here is an example of what you can expect.
Llewellyn’s Little Book of Tarot
This is such a delightful little book, especially when you want to do a quick one card divination (the book is designed to be used that way!) or to enjoy a quick tarot tidbit. Because the design is such an important part of the experience, enjoy these pages on The Star card.
Your Tarot Your Way by Barbara Moore
The Court cards represent people. Mostly. And because of that, they can be complicated. Not so much complicated to under- stand as complicated to know when to interpret them as the querent or as another person. To interpret the Court cards, you will rely on, first, understanding them and then on both context and intuition. In the pages that follow, I will tell you what I think these cards mean. Here I will tell you that sometimes I ignore all that because I know that the Queen of Wands represents my client’s Uncle Hank (physical gender is irrelevant in tarot ... it’s all metaphor).
With the Court cards, it is easier to understand the ranks