Written in English
|Statement||Michelle Tea ; illustrated by Amanda Verwey|
|LC Classifications||BF1879.T2 T365 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||2017027344|
Written from a Wiccan point of view, it is definitely a modern book – it talks about the history of the Tarot but then brings it fully into the 21st century. Filled with quotes and charts and correspondences of all kinds, it’s far more than just a book about the Tarot. It’s a guidebook par excellence. I can’t recommend this book too highly/5(). About the Author. JESSICA WIGGAN is a professional astrologer and tarot reader with over 20 years of experience. She’s best known for her insightful and powerful readings. Learn more about Jessica on her website (), Instagram (@BehatiLife), YouTube, Facebook, and /5(). I have quite a few Tarot Packs and favour the Pamela Coleman Smith/Rider Waite as it gives good results. However, many packs are based on Coleman Smith’s style, as this Modern Witch Tarot is. It mainly features strong role model type of women and is fresh and youthful/5(). The tarot is misunderstood to be a frivolous science, when in fact learning tarot is a lifelong, personal journey through the wisdom of the ages, aka history, religion, mythology, symbolism, and much more, making reading basically essential to learning tarot (after all, this is tarot reading).As a tarot reader, I am continually seeking new ways to educate myself on the foundations of tarot.
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