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
Hey friends, it's that time of year again! The Llewellyn annuals are almost ready to go. Llewellyn's Tarot Calendar is in its third year and looking as great as ever. Full of beautiful art, awesome tips, fun facts, and spreads, this calendar will bring tarot into each day of the year. Find out more HERE.
This book turned out so wonderfully! Using over 50 decks gives the reader a great sense of the variety available to them. Flipping through the full color pages is almost like opening a jewelry box filled with bright gems.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so here's a peek inside. You can find out more HERE.