An exploration of Virgo as represented through tarot including topics such as numerology and astrology, ancient history, mysticism and alchemy.
Hebrew for Tarot Readers, the Simple Letters is Part 3 of Mick Frankel's excellent & free tarot course. Explore the Simple Letters and the Zodiac.
Journey Through the Major Arcana explores 3x7 Theory & the Fool's Journey in Tarot. Part Two looks at cards 8 - 14 using the Sacred Isle Tarot.
"The best way to predict your future is to create it" ~ Peter Drucker. Create yours using the GROW Model, adapted into two tarot spreads - one to give you insight plus an extended version to go deeper for more clarity & information.
Anyone who is familiar with NLP will also likely be familiar with the Logical Levels model. This model, made popular by Robert Dilts, looks at how a person can make changes to their goals, life and dreams by examining 6 levels, or predefined areas that Dilts believes need to be congruent, or in alignment with each other for a person to be able to fulfill their desires and goals.
Created and self-published by Mary Griffin, this stunning deck took 3 years to complete and is the most wonderfully colourful deck I have seen in a very long time. I was surprised to discover that the Hezics Tarot is painted in watercolours, I never knew watercolours could be so vivd. The shades of pink and orange, of green and lavendar, of blue and yellow are rich and full and a delight to behold. The deck is based on the Rider Waite-Smith Tarot and remains true to the imagery and structure of it. The only differences being a name change in the Minor Arcana: Pentacles become Coins, and Wands become Rods.
Review by Valerie Sylvester The first deck most beginning tarot readers encounter when starting out on their tarot journey is the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, (which I’ll refer to as “RWS” after this initial mention). It’s often the “default deck”, the one that people learn the basic meanings of the cards from. It also serves to illustrate many tarot books and websites, and most experienced tarot readers have some familiarity with it, even if they don’t use the deck regularly. Many new Tarot decks are published each year; quite of few of these decks are based in some way upon the RWS deck.