Connect with your intuitive wisdom by exploring the key divination tools and techniques used throughout the ages: crystal casting and pendulums; runes; teacup, coffee cup, and salt readings; palmistry; playing cards and tarot cards; numerology; dice reading; crystal ball gazing; and more. With this guide, you'll learn time-honored methods for developing your intuition, accessing the unconscious, and parting the veils between the realms. Learn to understand the deeper meaning of ordinary events—and reveal what the future may hold.The Ultimate Guide to Divination presents to you the oracles of the ancients in a colorful, modern, and easy-to-use format. Step-by-step illustrations and color photos guide you through the methods, and helpful tables and reference charts show you how to understand and decipher common psychic symbols. Just a few of the valuable divinatory references within:
- A directory of crystals used in divination, each paired with a color photo of the stone and a guide to its interpretation
- A glossary of psychic symbols for tea, coffee, and salt readings
- An Illustrated guide to the meanings of hand and fingertip shapes, along with interpretations for each mount of the hand
- A complete review of the major and minor arcana cards of the tarot, including layouts for various spreads
- Numerology charts and keys for compatibility, auspicious numbers for occasions, and the meanings of your house and phone numbers
About the Author
Liz Dean (London, England) is a professional tarot reader and Angelic Reiki™ Healer at Psychic Sisters in Selfridges, London. A best-selling tarot author, Liz had studied divination for over 20 years. Liz is the author of The Golden Tarot (over 300,000 sold worldwide), The Ultimate Guide to Tarot, The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Spreads, The Victorian Steampunk Tarot, Fairy Tale Fortune Cards, 44 Ways to Talk to Your Angels, The Tarot Companion, and Tarot Made Simple. Liz is also one of the “Tarot Masters” included in Kim Arnold's eponymous collection of 38 essays. She is also a former co-editor of the UK's leading spiritual magazine, Kindred Spirit (2011–2013), and an award-winning poet.