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Use it to strengthen your intuition when doing readings. It contains solid information that will add to your intuitive response to the pictures in the cards. Anyone can look at a tarot card and get a sense of what the card is about in general, but very few actually have any real knowledge of what they're looking at. Use it to translate pictorial symbolism from one deck to another.

A crown or a mountain in one deck will carry a very similar connotation in any other deck. Use it as its own divination device, as bibliomancy.

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Ask a question and open the book to any page for a valid, interesting and useful answer. It works beautifully! The knowledge and perspective this book contains will increase your enjoyment of the real, everyday world around you. You'll see things like clouds, gardens, pillars and tall buildings in a very different way, and your appreciation of them will be much enhanced.

You may be among the many tarot enthusiasts who are considering creating a new tarot deck of your own. If so, you will find the ideas and detailed information contained in this book immediately helpful as well as suggestive of new and fruitful directions for further research. I kept wanting to write you before I finished the whole book, but I waited I have several book cases filled with tarot books and I must admit I haven't read them all because they are either boring or hard to plow through or just plain uninteresting. So it was to my great delight to delve into your book and to enjoy every word of it.

I have been recommending your book to everyone. The special contribution of this book to the quest for meaning is focus. It narrows the eye's focus and the mind's attention to the separate significant images that compose the picture as a whole. Then, each detail of every picture is seen to contain its own treasure of knowledge and to create and transmit its own wealth of meaning. Everyone from the beginning tarot reader to the most experienced psychotherapist can use it to enrich their understanding of symbols.

It made me look at tarot imagery with fresh eyes. I have recommended it to all members of my weekly Tarot Circle. Balder had a dream of death which greatly alarmed his mother, for should he die, all life on earth would end. In an attempt to keep this from happening, Frigga went at once to air, fire, water, earth, and every animal and plant seeking a promise that no harm would come to her son.

Balder now could not be hurt by anything on earth or under the earth. But Balder had one enemy, Loki, god of evil and he knew of one plant that Frigga had overlooked in her quest to keep her son safe. It grew neither on the earth nor under the earth, but on apple and oak trees. It was lowly mistletoe. So Loki made an arrow tip of the mistletoe, gave to the blind god of winter, Hoder, who shot it , striking Balder dead.

The sky paled and all things in earth and heaven wept for the sun god. For three days each element tried to bring Balder back to life. He was finally restored by Frigga, the goddess and his mother. It is said the tears she shed for her son turned into the pearly white berries on the mistletoe plant and in her joy Frigga kissed everyone who passed beneath the tree on which it grew.

It means regeneration and the restoration of family life. One of my favourite Tarot cards is the Emperor. This is simply because I am drawn to the Iris flowers at his side. Iris is the name of my mother and my granddaughter. She is also the goddess of Rainbows, and acted at the messenger between heaven and earth.

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By some accounts, the ancient Greeks believed the rainbow was actually the flowing, multi-coloured robes of Iris on her travels. It is a popular flower in the tarot cards, making 4 appearances in all. The leadership qualities of these cards are obvious. The flower of iris implies a message and a promise of hope. Irises are blessed with the colours of the rainbow. While any iris symbolizes royalty, wisdom and valour, the colour of the bloom also affects the message the flower carries.

It is a hardy perennial and self-sows. It grows freely in the wild and is often to be found along roadsides and in dry or stony grounds.

Vervain has been considered a magical and sacred herb in many different cultures throughout the centuries. In Ancient Rome this herb was sacred. It was used on the altar in the temples.

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Vervain twigs were bundled and used to sweep the altar. Originally, thought to be good for kidney stones, it was also considered a very powerful protective herb both by the Druids and the Romans. In Ancient Egyptian mythology it was told the vervain was sacred to the goddess Isis. When Isis cried vervain would grow wherever her tears hit the ground.

Isis was the sister and wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus. Osiris was murdered by the evil god Seth and his body cut into fourteen parts and scattered around the country. Isis was devastated, but set out to recover the body parts of her husband, crying as she went on her search. The goddess Isis had both healing and magical powers.

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It was told that she taught the humans how to cure illness, and of course, wherever she went on her search vervain grew. Hence, vervain became known as a magical and healing herb. In Christian legend it is told the vervain grew in Jerusalem. New Releases.

Categories: Tarot. The Language of Tarot. Description The Language of Tarot is a comprehensive, profusely illustrated guide to Tarot, which teaches every aspect of reading Tarot cards. A valuable asset for both new and experienced Tarot readers, it places particular emphasis on understanding the role of the often-overlooked Court Cards in readings, as well as explaining the different nuances each card takes on as read in the context of a multi-card spread.

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With clear directions for applying every card to relationship, financial and medical questions, and helpful appendixes as well as an extensive explanation of the common card combinations every reader should know, The Language of Tarot is a valuable addition to existing titles on this fascinating subject and proof you do not need to be psychic to read Tarot cards. She sold her first painting at age 16 and has been a working artist ever since. The majority of her paintings use subjects very close to her home--in many cases, literally in her own backyard.

Roberta began writing even before she began painting. She is currently completing a series of related novels collectively entitled Suburban Sprawl.