A Timeline of Tarot from 1750 to 1980

This is a very useful timeline of Tarot published originally by Mary K. Greer under the title „A Timeline of the Occult and Divinatory Tarot from 1750 to 1980” and collected by Mary K. Greer with assistance from Lola Lucas and K. Frank Jensen. Source: tarotpassages.com
This is an extraordinary effort and a complete inventory of the facts we know about the Tarot. Please support the authors for this valuable material. Read more A Timeline of Tarot from 1750 to 1980

The Grail Tarot

Combining Grail and Knights Templar legend, it requires commitment to learn to use. I suppose you could read it based solely on pictures straight out of the box, but then you would miss the point of the deck entirely, and that would be a shame, as quite a bit of thought has gone into it, and using the complete system properly gives considerable insight into Grail lore, Templar history, and a light introduction to the tenets of the Gnostic heresies. Read more The Grail Tarot

Native American Tarot

The symbolic language of Native Americans is extremely profound yet immediate. It is close to the rhythms of the sky, whose messages are heard and interpreted by the Shaman, the intermediary between the sky and the earth. The centuries-old wisdom of Native Americans blends seamlessly with the spirit of Tarot in this exquisitely crafted deck. Read more Native American Tarot

The Mirror – Relationship analysis Tarot spread

The Miror, Relationship analysis 15 card spread

Question regarding the relationship and most of the time, about how our partner feels or how committed he/she is are the most frequent ones when it comes to reading the cards. Although the Tarot it’s not a spying tool, but rather a self-improvement instrument, The Mirror spread it’s one of the exceptions, it’s a spread which reveals also a little bit from “the dark side”, the other side of your relationship, what’s his/her position – as you can perceive it based on your own feelings and thoughts and his/her signals. Read more The Mirror – Relationship analysis Tarot spread

The 5 Elements or the Sunrise spread

The 5th Element or the Sunrise spread

The Sunrise spread is a five cards spread recommended for everyday use, when it is possible, during the sunrise.
No such thing as “good” or “bad” day, only days we are prepared for, and days we are not prepared. The Sunrise Tarot spread will provide the information someone needs to know about the day ahead.
The Sunrise spread is also called the Fifth Element spread. The Fifth Element is the man/woman, the receiver, the recipient, the beneficiary of the energies of the Elements.
When someone is aware of the energies radiating from the inside and knows the influences coming from the outside, can handle and use them for her or his benefit.

The first card represents the inquirer.
The second card represents the Element Fire. Fire represents desire, instinct and impulsiveness.
The third card represents the Element Water. Water represents emotions.
The fourth card represents the Element Air. Air represents thoughts, respectively fears and hopes.
The fifth card represents the Element Earth. Earth represents the material world, the materialisation, respectively the outcome.

Shuffle and cut the cards three times then draw five cards. Layout the cards face down. Turn them over one by one in order to read and interpret.

3 cards reading: $29
5 cards reading: $49
7 cards reading: $59
10-12 cards reading: $72
15-16 cards reading: $99
21 cards reading $135.00
55 cards reading: $320
78 cards reading: $390

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The 5th Element or the Sunrise spread

Arcus Arcanum Tarot

The Arcus Arcanum Tarot is the product of a happy and mutually stimulating collaboration of Günter Hager and Hansrudi Wäscher. The first is a German who was responsible for starting the project and who conceived this deck and wrote a book about it as well. Hansrudi Wäscher is a Swiss comic strip illustator whose career goes back as long as the early fifties! Read more Arcus Arcanum Tarot