Tarot of the Magicians: The Occult Symbols of the Major Arcana that Inspired Modern Tarot

Overview

Tarot of the Magicians by Swiss occultist artist and author Oswald Wirth was first published in Paris in 1927, and a Weiser edition was later released in 1985.

Long unavailable, the book is back in print in a beautiful new package with full-color pull-out cards reproducing Wirth's 1889 tarot deck. With a new introduction by bestselling tarot author Mary K. Greer, Tarot of the Magicians offers tarot enthusiasts and students of the occult an ...

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Overview

Tarot of the Magicians by Swiss occultist artist and author Oswald Wirth was first published in Paris in 1927, and a Weiser edition was later released in 1985.

Long unavailable, the book is back in print in a beautiful new package with full-color pull-out cards reproducing Wirth's 1889 tarot deck. With a new introduction by bestselling tarot author Mary K. Greer, Tarot of the Magicians offers tarot enthusiasts and students of the occult an in-depth and authoritative analysis of one of the most beautiful and evocative of all modern tarot decks.

In this important tarot work of the Major Arcana, Wirth combines the imagery and symbolism from Alchemy, Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, and the magical heritage of Egypt and Chaldea, and explores the astronomical (rather than strictly zodiacal) associations for the Major Arcana cards.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781578635313
  • Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 696,496
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author


Oswald Wirth (1860-1943) was a Swiss occultist, artist and author. He was a student of Elphaas Levi and was mentored by Stanislas de Guaita.

Mary Greer is an author and teacher and a Grandmaster of the American Tarot Association. She is a member of numerous Tarot organizations, and is featured at Tarot conferences and symposia in the United States and abroad. She is the

founder and director of the learning center T.A.R.O.T. (Tools and Rites of Transformation) and the author of several books, including 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card and Who Are You In the Tarot?. Visit her at: http://marygreer.wordpress.com.

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