Tarot And Divination Books (24) 

An Introduction To The Study Of The Tarot
An Introduction To The Study Of The Tarot by Paul Foster Case
For six centuries Tarot cards have been used in Europe, ostensibly for games and fortune telling, but really to preserve the essentials of a secret doctrine. They form a symbolic alphabet of the ancient wisdom, and to their influence upon the minds of a few enlightened thinkers we may trace the... >>Download<<
The Zodiac and the Tarot
The Zodiac and the Tarot by Aleister Crowley
THE UNIVERSE is one, omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent. Its substance is homogenous and this substance cannot be said to possess the qualities of Being, Consciousness, and Bliss for these are rather the shadows of it, which are apprehended by the highly illuminated mind when it comes near... >>Download<<
Thoth Tarot Deck by Aleister Crowley
It's really important to understand that this book is one of a large movement centred around using the Tarot from a counselling/Jungian point of view, rather than as a magical/divination tool. The card definitions in the books are unrelentingly positive and based entirely on the querant's... >>Download<<
Thoth Tarot Deck
The Pictorial Key To The Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite
"The Pictorial Key to the Tarot" is A. E. Waite's influential guide to Tarot symbolism, published in England in conjunction with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. While Waite was an occultist, he was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the... >>Download<<
The Pictorial Key To The Tarot
The World Of Tarot
The World Of Tarot by Aleister Crowley
For centuries, people have turned to picture cards for answers, enlightenment and entertainment. The Tarot has inspired artists, mystics, philosophers, religious and ordinary people to create systems of belief and meanings tailored to. Some believe that a deck of Tarot cards holds mystical ability... >>Download<<
Liber 078 A Description Of The Cards Of The Tarot
Liber 078 A Description Of The Cards Of The Tarot by Aleister Crowley
"A description of the card of the tarot with their attributions including a method of divination." A complete treatise on the Tarot giving the correct designs of the cards with their attributions and symbolic meanings on all planes. See also: Equinox I viii, p.143. >>Download<<
Divination Spreads by Anonymous
Here are a few Tarot or Rune spreads. I will keep is simple and brief. Make up your own spreads. Those are the ones which will work best for you. These are a few of my favorites. Remember, when spreading the cards, shuffle thinking of the question. use your energy to focus the cards on what you... >>Download<<
Divination Spreads
Arcane Schools by John Yarker
This book provides a background necessary to understand elements of the Golden Dawn and O.T.O. initiations, particularly in matters like the inclusion of the Samothraian deities in the former and the details of the lower and middledegrees for the latter. The Western Occult Revival is documented in... >>Download<<
Arcane Schools
The First Book of Luciferian Tarot
The First Book of Luciferian Tarot by Michael Ford
THE LUCIFERIAN TAROT is the first professionally published tarot deck of the Left Hand Path. After being an initiate of the Luciferian Path for many years, in developing the path I was also an avid tarot card reader. This stems from my own interest in Art as being a tool of initiation. Austin Osman... >>Download<<
The Tarot
The Tarot by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers
The Tarot by S.L. MacGregor Mathers is a short essay on the Tarot, by a prominent occultist of the 19th CenturyThe term "Tarot", or "Tarocchi", is applied to a pack of 78 cards, consisting of four suits of 14 cards each (there being one more court card than in the ordinary packs--the Cavalier,... >>Download<<
The Tarot Descriptions by Eliphas Levi
By the time of his death in 1875, Eliphas Levi was recognized in both Europe and America as the greatest occultist of the 19th century. In life, his work was the inspiration for Albert Pike's Morals and Dogma, the most influential American Masonic book of its day, and in death, it proved to be a... >>Download<<
The Tarot Descriptions
Your Love Life And The Tarot Cards by Swetha Lodha
Tarot is the threshold to the world of mysticism.. It acts as the reflector of all our emotions, sentiments, dreams, feelings, thoughts and desires. The set of 21 trump cards along with a special card 'The Fool' are believed to be one of the most powerful tools of divination since the ancient ages.... >>Download<<
Your Love Life And The Tarot Cards
The Egyptian Revival Or The Ever Coming Son In The Light Of The Tarot
The Egyptian Revival Or The Ever Coming Son In The Light Of The Tarot by Frater Achad
This little book has been written in the spirit of Suggestive Inquiry, and the writing of it has led to many illuminating ideas in regard to the Universal Tradition as disclosed by the Tarot Trumps. This book is a follow-up to Achad's book Q.B.L. or the Bride's Reception. Contents: Light on the... >>Download<<
The Symbolism Of The Tarot
The Symbolism Of The Tarot by Pyotr Demianovich Ouspenskii
Born in 1878, Pyotr Demianovich Ouspenskii in Moscow, Russia, Ouspensky was to become one of the most influential philosophers of his day. Somewhere along the way, he developed an interest in the Tarot, as have many philosophers down through the centuries, and wrote this book of Tarot Meditations.... >>Download<<
The Tarot of the Bohemians (in English) by Papus
Papus, born Gerard Encausse [July 13, 1865 - October 25, 1916], (Papus was a pseudonym he took for his esoteric and occult [hidden wisdom] writings) was considered an expert on occult and esoteric subjects during the late 1800s and early 1900s. He was, and is, very often quoted in Tarot writings,... >>Download<<
The Tarot of the Bohemians (in English)
Book T (The Tarot) by Anonymous
Comprising Manuscripts N, O, P, Q, R, and an Unlettered Theoricus Adeptus Minor Instruction. A Description of the Cards of the Tarot with their Attributions, including a Method of Divination by their Use. >>Download<<
Book T (The Tarot)
The Continental Tarots
The Continental Tarots by Christine Payne Towler
In the essay titled "The Major Arcana" I emphasize that "something happened" to the Tarot in the late 1600s, when a new trend emerged in the images of the Major Arcana. I point to the Marseilles family of decks and the Etteilla Tarots to illustrate my point. The images shown by Antoine Court de... >>Download<<
The Sinister Tarot
The Sinister Tarot by Christos Beest
Order of Nine Angles "Septenary Tree of Wyrd". Sphere of Jupiter. The Sinister Tarot By Christos Beest.The text and the pictures of the Sinister Tarot are from Christos Beest (Richard Mould) the founder of the Order of the Nine Angles, and is according to the author's own writings "public domain"... >>Download<<
Les Arts Divinatoires (1895,in French) by Papus
Papus, born Gerard Encausse [July 13, 1865 - October 25, 1916], (Papus was a pseudonym he took for his esoteric and occult [hidden wisdom] writings) was considered an expert on occult and esoteric subjects during the late 1800s and early 1900s. He was, and is, very often quoted in Tarot writings,... >>Download<<
Les Arts Divinatoires (1895,in French)
El Tarot de los Bohemios (in Spanish) by Papus
Papus, born Gerard Encausse [July 13, 1865 - October 25, 1916], (Papus was a pseudonym he took for his esoteric and occult [hidden wisdom] writings) was considered an expert on occult and esoteric subjects during the late 1800s and early 1900s. He was, and is, very often quoted in Tarot writings,... >>Download<<
El Tarot de los Bohemios (in Spanish)
Portable Magic Tarot Tarot In The Only Tool You Need
Portable Magic Tarot Tarot In The Only Tool You Need by Donald Tyson
Portable Magic was written to show how a simple deck of Tarot cards can be used to work all the rituals of Western magic, with no special tools or instrument, no fancy costumes, no sigils or seals or talismans or lamens, no altar, no burning candles, no special rooms, or banners, or pillars. The... >>Review Only<<
Herbal Magick A Witchs Guide to Herbal Enchantments Folklore and Divinations
Herbal Magick A Witchs Guide to Herbal Enchantments Folklore and Divinations by Gerina Dunwich
Herbs can be used to cure or to curse, as well as to conjure or to banish supernatural entities. They can enchant our gardens and our homes, and guide us on the path to transformation and self-improvement. But, most importantly, herbal magick can open the door to spiritual realms and other worlds,... >>Review Only<<
The Qabalistic Tarot by Robert Wang
The purpose of this book is to demonstrate the relationship between the Qabalah, a time-honored mystical system, and the Tarot. To do so is to pointedly disagree with some very great Jewish scholars, who state that no such relationship exists. What I have attempted to do in this work is to... >>Review Only<<
The Qabalistic Tarot
Karmic Tarot by William Lammey
This is a book for anyone who wants to understand and read the Tarot, whether just beginning or continuing a life-long love affair with the cards. For reasons that you will soon see, I titled this book Karmic Tarot and named the spread around which it revolves the"Karmic Spread." Everything... >>Review Only<<
Karmic Tarot
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