Kabbalah and Tarot: A Step-Up Guide for Everyone

Kabbalah and Tarot A Step Up Guide for Everyone In this new guide to Kabbalah and Tarot for beginners Andrea Green draws on three decades of experience and study to make these subjects accessible to everyone In this book you will discover why you

  • Title: Kabbalah and Tarot: A Step-Up Guide for Everyone
  • Author: Andrea Green
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this new guide to Kabbalah and Tarot for beginners, Andrea Green draws on three decades of experience and study to make these subjects accessible to everyone In this book you will discover why you might use Kabbalah and Tarot together not just for spiritual insight but also to receive practical advice from your cards In this book you will discover the Sephiroth of theIn this new guide to Kabbalah and Tarot for beginners, Andrea Green draws on three decades of experience and study to make these subjects accessible to everyone In this book you will discover why you might use Kabbalah and Tarot together not just for spiritual insight but also to receive practical advice from your cards In this book you will discover the Sephiroth of the Tree of Life, easy keywords and tarot spreads to utilise the ancient mystical system of Kabbalah with a deck of tarot cards You will also easily learn to create your own kabbalistic tarot spreads for any situation, and how the Tarot can be read with a new layer of meaning by using simple kabbalistic keywords The book also reveals powerful ways of reading reversed cards using the Tree of Life, and a Four Worlds method which in just four cards can unlock the significance of any life situation.

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    1. This book is designed to be a brief introduction to Kabbalah as it applies to Tarot and to give beginners a foundation that can be expanded upon with the upcoming Magician's Kabbalah by Marcus Katz. The book fully lives up to its purpose and has given me many new ways to approach tarot study and tarot reading. Even if one didn't plan to further study Kabbalah, one can benefit from the reading of this book.

    2. Great addition to skills of a tarot reader and magician I once read from an occult book (forgot which one, sorry) that the tarot deck is like a Swiss knife for the magician. And this book just doubled the set of tools in my tarot. After finishing this book, it is just like opening a totally new dimension for my deck. And it's correlation to both subjects (kabbalah and tarot) is a no nonsense, and I had so many aha moments. I wonder why this book is less talked in occult circles. I couldn't recom [...]

    3. In noway comprehensive, the book simply offers a Andrea Green’s Four Worlds Method and an expansion to apply the kabblistic four worlds to problem solving.

    4. A solid, expertly written book on the relationship between the Kabbalah and Tarot reading. Likely a time-wrought product of not only the author’s experience, but of a crowdsourced influence within a community of like-minded enthusiasts; blog posts honed over time and collected as well as a layer of fresh perspective.Ideally, this book is intended to bridge a general working knowledge of Tarot to another book called the Magician’s Kabbalah by Marcus Katz (will check it out as well), but I thi [...]

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