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Witches Tarot (Llewellyn's Modern Witchcraft Series)
Here is Ellen Cannon Reed's clear and concise companion to The Witches Tarot, an innovative deck that blends Qabalistic symbolism with modern Pagan beliefs. This book provides the symbolism of the cards; divinatory meaning of the cards; associations of cards with letters, astrology, color, scent, gem, Qabalistic path; and more! Also included are sample tarot readings and s ...more
Published September 8th 2002 by Llewellyn Publications
(first published September 1st 1996)
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Feb 29, 2012 Teleri rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Recommends it for: A student serious about Wicca & steeped in Western symbolism
Recommended to Teleri by: Barbara Sullivan
This is my main deck. With vivid artwork steeped in both Wiccan and Qabalistic symbolism, I've read on this deck for everyone from High School kids hoping for sweethearts to serious fellow occultists & witches. The symbolism is so richly layered & clearly depicted that the cards read on whatever level of life the Querent is living. I've had terrifically accurate results with this deck ever since I started reading on it sometime in the 90's.
I got my first set of these cards when I was 18 (I'm almost 38 now). They were lost in a very horrible time in my life back in 2006. I purchased my next set (came with a free set and I gave that away to a friend of mine) a few years ago. The book that comes with this set is an added bonus! FIVE STARS!!!!!!
My first working deck. I must have went through two or three of them before I decided to move on to another deck. Nice dark brilliant colors. Even thought this deck really isn't made for divining (it's actually made for pathworking), I enjoyed using it until the time came to pass it on.
Skipped over the portion of the book concerning the paths. I was annoyed that the author didn't put in an illustration of the Tree, even though I have previously studied Kabbalah... I found it irritating to have to reference other books for something the author should have provided. Also, it seems as though most of the author's studies have just been through her own reading, not through working with an actual Kabbalah practitioner. I also found this irritating & her words less credible becau ...more
Priestess of the Isian Tradition of Witchcraft. She lived in Southern California. She was also the founder of the Internet Relay Chat Channel #witchcraft on Undernet.org network. Died from leukemia in 2003.More about Ellen Cannon Reed...