The Everything Tarot Book

Reveal Your Past, Inform Your Present, And Predict Your Future

The Everything Tarot Book

Realize your psychic potential with the Tarot! Everyone is psychic to one degree or another. And with The Everything Tarot Book, 2nd Edition, you’ll unlock the mysteries of the cards and thus boost your innate psychic abilities. Completely revised, this easy-to-use guide has everything you need to conduct complete Tarot readings for yourself and others. The Tarot deck has been used for centuries to divine the future and as a guide to spiritual development. Now you can learn how to interpret the images on the cards, arrange them into meaningful spreads, and unleash your hidden psychic powers. Each individual card in the Major and Minor Arcana is described in detail, along with the history of the Tarot from ancient times to the present. The Everything Tarot Book, 2nd Edition helps you: -Gain insight into yourself and other people -See into the future and the present more clearly -Understand the effects of the past -Work through personal problems and challenges -Develop your intuition -Enhance your connection with your Higher Self Explore. Engage your curiosity. Use your imagination. Keep an open mind and an open heart. Your future really is in the cards!

Llewellyn's Tarot Reader

Your Annual Guide to News, Reviews, Tips and Techniques

Llewellyn's Tarot Reader

Tarot enthusiasts rejoice! Look for an array of news, advice, and in-depth discussions on everything tarot in this year''s edition of the "Tarot Reader." Renowned authors and tarot specialists deliver deck reviews and articles concerning card interpretation, spreads, magic, tarot history, and professional tarot reading. Each year''s almanac also features a calendar with pertinent astrological information, such as Moon signs and times. This year''s "Tarot Reader" includes articles by Elizabeth Barrette, Elizabeth Hazel, Corrine Kenner, Teresa Michelsen, James Ricklef, and Valerie Sim.

Tarot and Other Meditation Decks

History, Theory, Aesthetics, Typology

Tarot and Other Meditation Decks

Hundreds of new Tarot decks have been produced in the late twentieth century, many of them based on the structure and images of Arthur Waite and artist Pamela Smith’s Rider-Waite deck (1910). The continuing popularity and influence of the Rider-Waite deck makes it a standard for identifying, categorizing and analyzing contemporary Tarot and other meditation decks. This work of art history analyzes such decks in relation to conventional art styles and movements, including Symbolism, Surrealism, the modernist “grid” and the low/high value hierarchy, and postmodern art movements and concepts such as the dissolution of the modernist value hierarchy, Pattern and Decoration art, and collage. It also examines them in relation to literary concepts, including the novel, utopias, and popular genres. The author’s analysis is supported by numerous illustrations, including the Rider-Waite major arcana cards juxtaposed with examples of their counterparts from more recent decks.

Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card

Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card

Drawing on nearly forty years of tarot experience, Mary K. Greer has developed a new energizing approach-made up of twenty-one stimulating techniques to interpret or deepen your understanding of each card. Just as the twenty-six letters of the alphabet can be combined to form billions of words, Greer's twenty-one methods can be used in any combination for gaining amazing new insights and perspectives. Emphasizing both traditional and personal methods of interpretation, Greer's techniques involve storytelling, sketching, symbols, metaphors, dialogues, acting, and other imaginative exercises. Designed to bring about interaction, transformation, and empowerment, this twenty-one-pronged approach to tarot can help readers expand standard interpretations and evolve new ways of connecting to the cards. Winner of the Coalition of Visionary Resources Award for Best Divination Book

Llewellyn's Little Book of Tarot

Llewellyn's Little Book of Tarot

Discover fun and easy ways to use the tarot cards with this hardcover, full-color guide. Llewellyn's Little Book of Tarot is an ideal introduction to using the 78 cards to enhance your life and build a successful divination practice. You'll find an impressive collection of activities, tips, and prompts that allow you to go at your own pace and explore what reading style works best. Tarot expert Barbara Moore provides a thorough interpretation of each card, explaining the most important elements of it. She also presents sample cards from a variety of decks, helping you understand how tarot symbols and imagery appear in different artists' work. You'll even delve into divination techniques outside the cards, such as bibliomancy, meditation, and more.

A Beginner's Guide To Tarot

Get started with quick and easy tarot fundamentals

A Beginner's Guide To Tarot

Unlock life's mysteries and hidden paths with this quick and easy guide to tarot. For centuries, people have turned to tarot to discover more about their friendships, their careers, their love lives, and themselves. Tarot can help you forge deeper relationships with those who are important to you, understand why patterns repeat in your life, and discover how you can take hold of your future. With definitions of each of the major and minor arcana as well as easy to follow instructions for readings that you can do on your own or with others, A Beginner’s Guide to Tarot has everything you need to get started. And for those who are ready to go further, this guide also contains detailed instructions on how to create your own cards and spreads to further explore the potential of tarot.

The Painted Cat

The Cat in Western Painting from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Century

The Painted Cat

Explores the history and meaning of the cat in art drawing on the works of distinguished artists from many periods

Secrecy and Deceit

The Religion of the Crypto-Jews

Secrecy and Deceit

Secrecy and Deceit documents the religious customs of the Iberian Jews who converted to Catholicism, largely under duress, in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Although many of the converts quickly melded into the Catholic mainstream, thousands of others and their descendents strove to preserve their Jewish culture despite the efforts of the Inquisition to suppress them. The book details crypto-Jewish culture in Spain, Portugal, and their American colonies, principally Mexico, Peru, and Brazil. The author uses Inquisition records, chronicles, rabbinical rulings, letters, eyewitness accounts, religious books, and other historical documents to give the most thorough and accurate picture of crypto-Jews ever cataloged. This book raises questions about living outside a Jewish community and what happens to religions of approximation.