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Tarot: Unlocking the Arcana Hardcover – April 21, 2016
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"I have rarely read such an approachable text, easy to grasp for non-natives and those who dont care for scholastic material. With Tarot Unlocking the Arcana Nasios offers a step-by-step guidebook that will be a delight for Waite-Smith (and later on Thoth) newbies that have unwrapped their decks and ask themselves: Now what?!. The whole book reads as in a flow. If you put it down because life demands attention it is easy to pick up where you left off. The simple division in subjects helps with that.In other words, I wish I had this book when I started out. For beginners this is a little gem that you shouldnt miss out on. Yes, youre working with Nasios own meanings but when *isnt* that the case? Plus, those meanings make a huge amount of sense, you know how he came to them and he offers you ammo to debunk myths and any nasty comments about the Devils work on top of that. Tarot, Unlocking the Arcana is fun to read, fresh and a welcome addition to any tarot bookcase. In my opinion Angelo Nasios has not just defended his reputation with this book, but strengthened it." The Queen's Sword, Jan 2017
About the Author
Angelo Nasios is Tarot Professionals' “Tarosophist of the Year” for 2011. He has been studying for over a decade and is well known for his YouTube channel. Angelo has been sharing his passion for Tarot through informative videos.
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I've read a lot of Tarot books. I'm also an academic educated in semiotics, semiology, narrative discourse, and western philosophy. My BS meter is finely tuned. Nasios's book presents as a fresh breeze. His writing is unpretentious and delightful as he deftly sweeps aside dogmatic myths about Tarot while introducing competing and complementary views about the study and practice. I very much think Nasios is primed to be one of the next voices of Tarot literature, following in the footsteps of Greer, Moore, Katz and the rest.