Spiral Tarot Deck

Spiral Tarot Deck

The 78-card Spiral Tarot Deck imparts mythical imagery and explores the mysteries of the subconscious through Ancient Celtic wisdom.

Spiral Tarot

A Story of the Cycles of Life

Spiral Tarot

Kay Steventon explores the legends and traditions of mythical imagery and ancient Celtic wisdom that inspired the Spiral Tarot deck. From a kabbalistic viewpoint, the spiral continues to be a significant symbol for diverse cultures on their continuum of life.

The Tarot Court Cards

Archetypal Patterns of Relationship in the Minor Arcana

The Tarot Court Cards

A detailed interpretive guide to the 16 “face” cards of the tarot that reveals their core identities and special purpose in a person's life. * The first tarot book to focus exclusively on the court cards. * Shows how the “face” cards can clearly and accurately reveal the specific nature of the support-based relationships in one's life. * Includes tarot spreads and potent techniques for contacting these powerful archetypes through meditation and pathworking. The Tarot Court Cards gives fresh meaning to the 16 “face” cards of the tarot--the King, Queen, Knight, and Page. In contrast to the idiosyncratic and confusing interpretations that are presented in many tarot books, Kate Warwick-Smith shows how these cards embody archetypal patterns of relationship that offer greater enlightenment than ever before. Using the Kabbalah, she reveals the core identities of the Minor Arcana's court cards and their special purposes as supporters, detractors, inner resources, and challenges in our inner and outer life. She shows how the court cards can be used to identify your true tribe or clan--the specific people who support you in unique ways, such as your mentor, champion, protector, or healer. She also shows how the court cards can help you identify your inner resources and challenges--insight, discipline, passion, or greed--that enhance or hinder your efforts in the world. Using both new and traditional interpretations, the book also presents new tarot spreads and potent methods for contacting these powerful archetypes through meditation and pathworking. Both seasoned tarot readers and newcomers will find this book helps them achieve practical and insightful results.

Tarot Tells the Tale

Explore Three-Card Readings Through Familiar Stories

Tarot Tells the Tale

Let author and Tarot teacher James Ricklef guide you through sample readings for famous characters from history, myth, and fiction. Discover many ways to interpret the cards, read reversed cards, expand on common three-card spreads, construct a good question, and even rephrase less-than-ideal questions. Explore several variations of the basic three-card spread, and learn how to break the Celtic Cross into mini spreads for clearer, more insightful advice. Beginning Tarot students will find in-depth solutions to common stumbling blocks, while advanced readers will delight in the myriad possibilities of three-card spreads and the sample readings for famous characters. COVR Award 1st Runner-Up

Pictures from the Heart

A Tarot Dictionary

Pictures from the Heart

For hundreds of years, people have turned to the tarot for guidance and focus in seeking answers to life's questions. While millions use the Tarot regularly, much of its history, lore, and symbolism remain obscure--making it difficult for the user to get the deepest possible reading. Also, with hundreds of different decks available, drawing on several major traditions, finding the right deck--the one that the Tarot user will find most sympathetic to their needs, desires, and usage--can become an arduous task. Pictures from the Heart provides hundreds of entries detailing the symbolism of the Tarot, contrasting the various decks on the market, as well as issues, figures, and topics of interest to the Tarot user. For both the experienced and the neophyte user, this tarot dictionary is a long-awaited and essential resource.

Artwork for a Tarot Deck

Artwork for a Tarot Deck

A Tarot deck from paintings by Sushila Burgess. These beautiful cards could be enjoyed just as an art book, but also can be used as raw materials in making your own atmospheric, mysterious and uplifting Tarot deck. If you carefully cut up the book and stiffen the cards in some way, you can make a useable Tarot deck. Each sheet has a symmetrical mirrored peacock design on the back.

A Magical Course in Tarot

Reading the Cards in a Whole New Way

A Magical Course in Tarot

Traditionally, being able to give a reading with tarot cards has required the painstaking memorization of the details of 78 specific cards. Author Michele Morgan has now developed a method that taps into the user's intuitive and psychic abilities to discover a whole new way of interpreting ancient arcana. Illustrations.

Spiral Hunt

Spiral Hunt

Some people have the Sight. Genevieve Scelan has the Scent. They call her "Hound," and with her unique supernatural sense Evie can track nearly anything—lost keys, vanished family heirlooms . . . even missing people. And though she knows to stay out of the magical undercurrent that runs beneath Boston's historic streets, a midnight phone call from a long-vanished lover will destroy the careful boundaries she has drawn. Now, to pay a years-old debt, Evie must venture into the shadowy world that lies between myth and reality, where she will find betrayal, conspiracies, and revelations that will shatter all she believes about herself and the city she claims as home. When the Hunt is on, the Hound must run . . .

Instant Tarot

Instant Tarot

Tap into the powerful wisdom of the tarot oracle and receive immediate answers to your pressing questions. A unique and innovative design, this convenient spiral-bound package contains tarot cards along with easy-to-understand explanations written by a respected authority in the field. Using the classic three-card spread, this inventive approach does away with the need for a separate deck of tarot cards. Instead, you ask your question and simply let your hand hover over the split-pages before selecting sections from past, present, and future cards. No more lost cards or fumbling while you shuffle. No more desperate cross-referencing between cards and a book to find out what a particular card symbolizes. Ideal for anyone in need of a quick consultation or guidance in making a decision.

Tarot Made Easy

Tarot Made Easy

If you've ever been intrigued by the tarot but were confounded by the complexities of multi-card spreads and the vague interpretations given in most books, this is the guide for you. Here is a real breakthrough in interpreting the tarot! With Tarot Made Easy you can easily interpret the meaning of any card and apply it to the particular circumstances of your life. With the simple process outlined here, you need only choose one tarot card and then consult one (or several) of the 32 categories listed under each card -- including Romance, Travel, Career, Finances, Friends, and Special Guidance -- to discover the card's specific message for you. For example, if you want to know about your romantic future and the Queen of Cups turns up, you may find that the standard description given is "an honest, devoted woman; loving intelligence and happiness." How should you interpret this? But with Tarot Made Easy, the Queen of Cups Romance category tells you that "someone will enter your life in whom you will be very interested...and you will meet this person very close to your home, if not outside your front door." This easy but accurate system banishes the vague interpretations found in most books and gives you the immediate, specific insights you need.