No, this is the most human book I have ever read.
Reading one page is like reading an entire book, so richly layered are the author's words with meanings and associations, knowledge, and the insights of experience.
Instead, the book spends one chapter on each card of the Major Arcana, and explicates that card in mystic/philosophical/historical/magical fashion.
This amazing book is written in the form of 22 letters– addressed to the unknown friend –with each letter pertaining to one of the 22 Major Arcana or Trumps of the Tarot. Read morePublished 24 days ago by L'Hermite
Profound- ties the information of the Tarot to spirituality. Deeply meaningful.Published 2 months ago by Dana E Shaw
So many other writers I respect and admire referenced and mentioned Meditations on the Tarot, I began to think it was a must have. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Penny
This book is beautifully and carefully written and an important and serious treatment of the topic. It's necessary to take your time.Published 6 months ago by Gentle Reader
This is a book for the serious student of Tarot. The book starts with the Magician card and ends with The World. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amber FLYNN
Tarot books vary from the dense and obscure dictations of Waite, to the lucid, reader-friendly manuals you can pick up at your local bookstore. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lazar
This is literally the best book I have ever read (pretty bold statement!) One paragraph contains more depths than most authors ever accomplish in a lifetime. Read morePublished 10 months ago by yep.
The reincarnation of spirit experiences from early Egypt to modern mystics of every faith is revealed in the journey of the symbolism living in the 22 major arcana cards.Published 11 months ago by pagoda
I just finished this tonight and admittedly this is squarely in my top five list of occult reads. The author does an excellent job of connecting the dots on all kinds of things... Read morePublished 13 months ago by clevelandjunglist