Pocket Guide to the Tarot

Overview

As far back as the ancient Egyptian temples of Luxor and Karnak, the Tarot has been a source of wisdom and insight into the human heart and mind. The 78 cards of the Tarot deck help you to open a door to higher consciousness, gain insights on the past and present, and discern future directions. The POCKET GUIDE TO THE TAROT throughly explains each card in the Waite-Rider deck as well as: The cards of the Major Arcana.The nature of the Minor Arcana.The suit of Swords.The suit of Cups.The suit of Pentacles.The ...
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Overview

As far back as the ancient Egyptian temples of Luxor and Karnak, the Tarot has been a source of wisdom and insight into the human heart and mind. The 78 cards of the Tarot deck help you to open a door to higher consciousness, gain insights on the past and present, and discern future directions. The POCKET GUIDE TO THE TAROT throughly explains each card in the Waite-Rider deck as well as: The cards of the Major Arcana.The nature of the Minor Arcana.The suit of Swords.The suit of Cups.The suit of Pentacles.The suite of Wands.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895948229
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/1996
  • Series: Crossing Press Pocket Series
  • Pages: 152
  • Sales rank: 392,948
  • Product dimensions: 4.03 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Meet the Author

ALAN OKEN forges a new field of study which he calls “soul-centered astrology”—distinct from the personality-oriented approach which is in vogue. This field of study emanates from Alice Bailey’s Esoteric Astrology, which calls for a higher level of interpretation, manifestation of the soul, and service. An author, linguist, and translator, Oken speaks and writes in seven languages and has lectured extensively throughout the world. Alan Oken also makes frequent media appearances and had his own radio program in his home city, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Oken is a student of the Work and Teaching of the Tibetan Master, Djwahl Khul, and is a member of the new Group of World Servers.
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