Tarot for Healing
Author – Kara Owl
Copyright – Kara Owl, 2012
Publisher – Jupiter Gardens Press
Cover Art 2012 Winterheart Design
Paperback 9.5″ x 6.5″
“Using the Tarot in alternative ways like healing, allows you to more fully unlock its power. It is not simply used to “see the future” or for childhood rebellions. It can be a deep magical tool if you are willing to undertake the journey.”
Layouts & Techniques to Empower Your Reading
Publisher/Llewellyn Publications 2012
Before we get started, I just wanted to say that I love the cover design. Who would have thought a gray book cover could be so pretty?
(Excerpt from the Introduction)
“Our wonderful world of tarot spreads begins with examining the role of spreads in a reading. After we establish the importance of a spread’s job, then we can discuss how layout design influences a reading by affecting interpretation.”
Did you ever wonder where Tarot spreads came from? Where are they developed and tested? Is it necessary to use predetermined spreads/positions when reading Tarot or Oracle cards? Will a spread be “ruined” if you modify it? Will the Tarot Gods reach down and snatch you bald headed if you dare to entertain the idea of creating your own Tarot spreads?
Tarot Dynamics Unleashed by Anna Burroughs Cook 2011.
Published by Kima Global Publishers
Foreword: “Should you be new to the Tarot, or the Tarot Dynamics method, you’ll find that the examples, definitions and information in “Tarot Dynamics Unleashed” is as easy for the beginner or intermediate Tarot student to understand, as it is to follow, while more adept readers will find it easier than ever to blend the old with the new.”
The Book: Paper back – 8.5″ x 5.5″, 283 pages which includes 10 Chapters (besides the Foreword and Introduction).
- About the Major Arcana
- About the Minor Arcana
- About Wands
- About Cups
- about Swords
- About Pentacles
- Timing, Numerology and Dropped Cards
- Tarot Dynamics in Action
- Tarot Dynamics & The Moon in Astrology
Why Your Deck Wants You to Read This Book
“It’s the age old story: Tarot reader meets deck, they fall in love – bluebirds sing, hotdogs dance in formation. But, after a time, for one reason or another, things don’t work out and they’re forced to go their separate ways. The Tarot reader heads for the nearest metaphysical store, and the deck resigns itself to a life of neglect and anonymity.”
BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY
Author / Lynda Cowles 2012
Publisher/ Schiffer Publishing Ltd.
The title says it all. Really. Dictionary.com defines “novel”: (adjective) of a new kind; different from anything seen or known before: a novel idea.
There are literally (more than) 78 novel ideas to use in getting to know your Tarot deck. And, are you ready for it? They are fun! How irreverent can you get? Tarot and fun in the same sentence? Isn’t Tarot supposed to be all serious and philosophical? Na! not true. That’s just an old gypsy-fortune-teller-old-wives-tale. Or so I’ve heard.