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This set of Tarot cards is illustrated in the style of the original Renaissance alchemical art. The accompanying book provides a historical overview of both alchemy and the Tarot, as well as insights into the origins of the images on the cards. It demonstrates some traditional spreads, and offers new ones based on the author's personal practice, as well as unique meditation exercises.
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Alchemy is the oldest Western system of personal development. It is a mystical art of transforming consciousness into spiritual enlightenment. 'The Alchemical Tarot' allows you to enter into this ancient system, bringing it vividly alive as you embark on a personal alchemical journey.
Robert Place's Tarot deck, beautifully illustrated in the style of original Renaissance alchemical art, takes you deep into the alchemical mysteries – and unlocks their secrets. The companion book provides a historical overview of both alchemy and the Tarot as well as new insights into the origins of the images on the cards. It demonstrates some traditional spreads, and offers new ones based on the author's personal practice, as well as unique meditation exercises.
An internationally known sculptor and artist, Robert Place has exhibited his paintings in major New York galleries. His work, combined with that of Rosemary Guiley, author of 'The Mystical Tarot' and several books on alchemy and the Western Mystery Traditions, creates a unique Tarot pack that will appeal both to beginners and to more experienced Tarot readers.About the Author:
Rosemary Ellen Guiley is an expert on visionary, mystical and paranormal topics. She specializes in dreamwork, intuitive development, angel work and “miracle mind consciousness” to help others achieve their goals and find fulfillment in life, creativity, work and spiritual understanding. Rosemary is president of her own company, Visionary Living, Inc., based in Maryland, USA.
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Book Description Thorsons. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think1855383012
Book Description Thorsons, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1855383012