T. Susan Chang
Lots of people want intermediate level tarot material. If that’s you, or if you are beginner who is in love with tarot correspondences, then this book is for you. Most people are familiar with the Golden Dawn astrological associations. But there are more and older versions of astrological correspondences. You can learn about them in the pages of this handy and useful reference.
Have you wondered about the Justice/Strength numbering switcharoo? Or swapping the Emperor/Star Hebrew letters? You can learn about that in this book as well. Just take a peek:
Llewellyn’s Little Book of Tarot
This book is so wonderful! If you are looking for a gift for someone who is tarot curious, new to tarot, or simply loves tarot, you can’t go wrong with the Llewellyn’s Little Book of Tarot.
It begs to picked up and flipped through. Knowing that would be the case, the content is in small, easily digestible bites. No time for a long study session? Just have a few minutes and want to get some tarot on? Just flip through and stop at almost any random page for the perfect tarot break.
Pictures are worth a thousand words, so here’s a two-page spread to give you an idea of the delights in store for you between these
2020 Tarot Calendar
It’s the end of October and you are probably already scheduling things for next year. Why not treat yourself (or a lucky friend) to a calendar that will add a tarot sparkle to your whole year? More and more people are enjoying the tips, techniques, essays, and spreads…to say nothing of the exquisite art…they find in this calendar each year. Don’t miss out!
Pathworking the Tarot
Most experienced readers know that theory will only take you so far. You can read a hundred books on what the cards mean, but until you experience them in a conscious way, you don’t really know them. There are lots of ways to experience the cards…we experience them or what they represent every day. But there is a difference between merely reading about them or experiencing without knowing it. Pathworking is a way that anyone can connect with the cards on a more meaningful level.
Don’t know what I mean? Well here’s an excerpt from Robertson’s latest book. She discusses the Temperance card, then offers three different styles of