Written in a fun, accessible style, Tarot in Reverse is an accessible yet comprehensive reference for reading upside down cards in a Tarot spread. Interpreting reversed cards is one of the major obstacles for both the beginner and the seasoned Tarot reader. With this guide's extensive "at a glance" keyword list and contemporary anecdotes for each card, readers are equipped to understand reversals immediately, without complex psychological methodology. Hundreds of reversed keywords and phrases boost confidence in readings and expand personal card associations. Addressing life's reversals, each card also includes a related quote, advice, and twenty affirmations providing additional help with life's journey. Full-color card images from the Universal Waite illustrate the concepts.
|Publisher:||Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Janet Boyer is the author of Back in Time Tarot and co-creator of the Snowland Tarot, as well as a blogger, Tarot reader, respected Amazon.com Top/Vine Reviewer, homeschooling mom, and soulmate. Visit Janet at her award-winning website JanetBoyer.com.
Table of Contents
Foreword Lisa Finander 8
Tarot Reversals-When Cards Are Upside-Down 10
Dealing with Life's Reversals 14
Some Frequently Asked Questions 16
The Basic Structure of a Tarot Deck 18
Chapter 1 The Major Arcana 21
Chapter 2 The Minor Arcana (Aces-Tens) 67
Chapter 3 The Court Cards 149
Sample Readings 182
The Online Cover Contest 186
Additional Recommended Books and Decks 190
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Tarot in Reverse in a creative entry in Tarot literature by a seasoned and respected Tarot professional. It offers a bounteous selection of keywords that pique the intellect of experienced and novice Tarot readers, which are also useful for writers. In addition to succinctly defining the difference between reversed and upright positions, the author has provided inspiration with valuable, useful affirmations for each card. The presentation is very impressive, with bright colors and glossy paper, befitting the reputation of Schiffer as a publisher of art books.