Born of the so-called Victorian 'pseudo science' of mesmerism, the seance enjoyed a late 19th century golden age that ministered to the Victorian obsession with science, religious doubt, and entertainment. Yet the popularity of spiritualism and the seance endured - and does so to this day.
Second revised edition of this guide to the origins, meaning and psychological applications of the Tarot which aims to demystify and to make Tarot symbolism an effective and accessible means of self-enlightenment.
A Rider-Waite-based tarot deck that calls upon fairy tales, myths, and folklore from cultures around the world. It also includes a pocket-sized booklet that gives conveniently concise interpretations of the cards' symbolic meanings.
On November 2, 1983, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a demonic supernatural force. In the wake of the tragedy, their father, John, set out to learn everything he could about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America ...and how to kill it.
Are you eager to learn the Tarot in a way that's both effective and fun? This title demystifies the art of card reading by drawing on your intuition and imagination. It groups the cards according to theme - a simpler, more intuitive way to learn - and is compatible with any Tarot deck.
Entwined for six centuries, the link between tarot and astrology is undeniably significant. This guide lets you discover how each major arcana corresponds to an astrological sign or planet, where each minor arcana sits on the Zodiac wheel, how the court cards and tarot suits are connected to the four elements - and what all this means.