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From ancient Egypt to the fashionable salons and backrooms of 's Paris. This fascinating book has something for the newcomer to tarot as well as the already initiated. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
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The Tarot (Folklore History Series)
Reservations are strongly encouraged. If travelling far, please call to confirm availability on the day. Children permitted in the venue only before pm. Sign Up! Cocktail Bar. Sep 13th - Dec 31st Mar 13th - Mar 31st Feb 6th - Feb 28th Book your next party with us! Dec 1st - Nov 16th There is also a fantastic bibliography. The appendices provide even more in-depth information on a particular topic or exercise. The chapter devoted to card interpretations gives both upright and reversed meanings, so standard meaning is a bonus. I really appreciated the author's suggestion in Chapter 1 that if a spread contains an excess of reversed cards, then the reader may want to start over with a different spread, using the question "What will help the querent more at this time?
This book is aimed at the intermediate and advanced practitioners. The author advises in chapter 1, "Rule number one is Know the basic meanings for each card ranging from its most helpful to most problematic possibilities. Another caveat is that this book is also written from the perspective of someone who believes tarot is a tool to communicate with the divine realm, or Spirit.
So, if you are in the camp that views tarot as a psycho-analytic tool and don't believe the universe wants you to be be a certain path, then you might find some content in this book a bit off-putting. But, on the other hand, if you view tarot as a receptacle for messages from godhead and are interested in shamanic magical perspective for tarot reading, then this book may really speak to you.
Oct 07, Laura rated it it was ok Shelves: spirituality. I was really excited about this book and kept wanting to like it, but I just didn't connect with it. But I think the thing that didn't resonate with me was that in the intro of the book she says reversed cards meanings aren't I was really excited about this book and kept wanting to like it, but I just didn't connect with it. But I think the thing that didn't resonate with me was that in the intro of the book she says reversed cards meanings aren't necessarily the opposite of upright card meanings, and they aren't inherently negative Aug 02, Amanda rated it it was amazing.
This is by far the most detailed information on tarot reversals I have come across. It also includes upright meanings for each card. This is a great resource. Nov 13, Flying Off The Shelves rated it liked it. Mary Greer did a good job with this book. I like how she covered this topic because most of the time tarot reversals are like the ugly stepchild, no one wants to say anything about them.
When reading this book I noticed I got the most out of the first couple of chapters than the rest of the book. I think this is mainly because of my approach to tarot and my experience. I believe that you can refer to books but it is your job to make the final verdict and if that is really what the cards are Mary Greer did a good job with this book. I believe that you can refer to books but it is your job to make the final verdict and if that is really what the cards are saying. What is good about this book is that Mary Greer really broke down many of the most popular ways to read reversals.
Her list seems to be a nice clear list that a reader will have no problem understanding. However, this is still not really what I took away from this book no matter how interesting this may be. What I took away from this is two things. One being the following quote: "The Hanged Man epitomizes the nature of reversed cards. As Mary writes, this card is about "total surrender to an opposing point of view, reversing your consciousness, and imagining differently.
Actor Robin Williams plays a teacher who urges his students to stand on their desks, simply to see the room from a different point of view. That's what reversals can do. Sometimes that's what we need. I think Barbara Moore must be on my wavelength because I have used this example to explain the Hanged Man many, many times so its nice to see it in a book. The second being the ideas behind illness, reversals, and remedies.
This makes sense because reversals suggest that an adjustment needs to be made, and stress is the body's response to adjustment and change For many readers be they beginners or experienced sometimes having negative news is really hard but the ability to change the wording and turn it into a positive thing is great. I know that when I do readings many of my clients gasp when they see a reversal and the obvious major arcana cards maybe this will help in a way that requires less explanation and more thorough understanding. In this way Mary Greer did a great job on this book but, it is more for beginners once you get passed the two sections I mentioned.
So if you are first coming to tarot and have made the time and figured out the upright meanings but have great difficulty with reversals this book is for you! Beginners remember all the books in the world can not tell you everything about Tarot it is a life long study with much introspection. This book I say deserves at three.
A relatively decent book for the experienced and a good book for beginners.
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Nov 30, Leigh Anne rated it really liked it. The first lady of Tarot tackles advanced technique. Interpreting reversed cards in a Tarot layout is tricky, and many people aren't quite sure what to do with them. If you're ready to move beyond think of reversals as "bad" cards, you'll appreciate Greer's in-depth study of how to travel in the upside-down, which can actually be a pretty cool place if you're open to the experience.
After discussing several options for generating reversed cards and considering the various interpretive lenses a The first lady of Tarot tackles advanced technique. After discussing several options for generating reversed cards and considering the various interpretive lenses a reader can use to work with them, Greer jumps into the cards themselves.