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The Secret Language of Tarot
Author: Ruth Ann & Wald Amberstone, Introduction by Lon Milo DuQuette, Foreword by Mary K. Greer
7" x 9"
April 1, 2008
The Secret Language of Tarot sets itself apart from other tarot books by teaching readers
how to translate the pictorial symbolism from one deck to another, strengthening the reader's ability
to recognize specific icons in any deck and in the world around them.
The Secret Language of Tarot can be used as both a reference book and as a series of guided meditations
on the individual symbols.
Each of the seven chapters contain a set of symbols that share a common theme.
Extensive research provides readers with the lore and mythological meanings of the symbols
to help foster intuitive powers.
The explanation of imagery is both insightful and eclectic.
When read from beginning to end, The Secret Language of Tarot reveals a hidden current of understanding
and connection between the individual cards of the deck. Each chapter ends with an "Integration Lesson"
and a special "Symbol Spread" to deepen the understanding of the cards.
The Secret Language of Tarot brings imagery and intuition into a course of study of the tarot.
It is a must-have for any serious tarot reader that is written in accessible language
for the novice as well.
Ruth Ann & Wald Amberstone teach, write, and publish about tarot on all levels,
from divination to psychology to esotercism and magical practice.
They are perpetual pioneers of new tarot techniques and remain lifelong tarot students.
They are the authors of Tarot Tips: 78 Practical Techniques to Enhance Your Tarot Reading Skills
and regular contributors to Llewellyn's Tarot Calendar and Tarot Reader almanacs.
(Photo: Rachel E. Brauser)
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