GREAT TAROT BOOKS
The Tarot Institute staff reads and analyzes several tarot books and decks every month. We write reviews of only the very best materials available. We share with you here the best of the books we've read on the subject of Tarot.
1 - 2 - 3 Tarot by Donald Tyson is a system for reading tarot cards three-at-a-time, reading them in triplets. The staff considered this a good book for intermediate level Tarot readers seeking to improve their card reading techniques.
The Complete Book of Tarot Reversals by Mary K. Greer lists most of the ways tarot readers use inverted cards in their readings. The Complete Tarot Reader by Theresa Michelson is a collection of tarot spreads for the beginner.
Guide to Tarot of the Sephiroth by Josephine Mori and Jill Stockwell is the companion book to the Tarot of the Sephiroth created by Dan Staroff.
Inner Pathways to the Divine by Diane Toland is recommended reading for all tarot readers traveling a spiritual path of their choosing.
Insight Tarot by Dawn Rothwell is a workbook with assignments for tarot readers who want to improve he professional quality of their readings. Intuitive Tarot by Richard Prosapio is all about trusting the thoughts that come into your mind when you first look at a tarot card in a spread.
Past Life and Karmic Tarot by Edain McCoy is an outstanding book for advanced readers seeking a deeper understanding to positional meanings within a Tarot spread. Pictures of the Heart by Sandra A. Thompson contains an excellent dictionary of tarot terms and symbols. It also has several suggestions for improving the power of one's Tarot readings.
Professional Tarot - the Business of Reading, Consulting and Teaching by Christine Jette is all about just what the title says. This book is for professional Tarot readers and people who want to become professional readers.
Putting the Tarot to Work by Mark McElroy might better have been named Using the Tarot at Work. The author explains exactly how to do that under any employment circumstances.
Romancing the Tarot by Phyllis Vega is a popular book of Tarot spreads for romance and relationships. It's also a guidebook for helping readers create their own love and relationship spreads.
Taking the Tarot to Heart by Mark McElroy teaches readers how to rephrase difficult romance questions in order to receive concrete and helpful answers.
Tarot: Get the Whole Story by James Ricklef the award-winning author of Tarot Tells The Tale, teaches intermediate readers how to create their own powerful Tarot spreads.
Tarot & Magic by Donald Michael Kraig is another classic by this best-selling author. Donald shows readers how to use Tarot cards as the magickal tools they truly are.
Tarot & Dream Interpretation by Julie Gillentine helps readers understand their dreams and benefit from this knowledge using several unique tarot spreads and the knowledge shared by Julie.
Tarot Decoded by Elizabeth Hazel teaches astrologers how to use their astrology knowledge to read tarot cards. It also teaches tarot readers the astrological basis for tarot. Tarot for All Seasons by Christine Jette describes how to use different tarot spreads for each season. The author uses these spreads to teach readers how to visualize and focus their intentions (magick) to attain their goals in life. Tarot for Self Discovery by Nina Lee Braden describes how to keep a self-discovery journal, use Tarot for self-discovery and how to become the person you want to become through self-discovery. Tarot Tells the Tale by James Ricklef is an excellent book for anybody desiring to learn more about how to interpret the cards in a Tarot reading. Tarot Tips by Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone is a compilation of Tarot Tips shared with readers of Tarot Tips on Yahoogroups.com by the authors of the popular audiocassette tape set Birth Cards.
Understanding the Tarot Court by Mary Greer and Tom Little discusses spreads, history, interpretations,and charts that make court cards easy to understand and use.
Wisdom in the Cards by A.L. Samul is a book of affirmations and self-improvement prayers (spiritual, not religious) using the beautiful Hudes Tarot deck.