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Madame Pamita’s Magical Tarot, Madame Pamita, Weiser Books. The history of the tarot is veiled in myth and Renaissance mysteries, but as many occultists attest, this enigmatic card-game-turned-oracle is not merely for fortune telling and divination. Dripping with mystical symbolism, this humble pile of cardboard slips can also be used as a potent tool of meditation and spell casting. This is the primary focus of Madame Pamita’s Magical Tarot, but certainly not the entirety of its scope.
A professional tarot reader with decades of experience and a flourishing “Parlour of Wonders” in Los Angeles, Pamita begins with a brief introduction to the questions each reader should ask themselves, as well as some effective journaling methods. She then successively takes the reader through the cards of the ubiquitous Rider Waite Tarot deck. Tossing aside many of the more Qabalistically saturated approaches to tarot, but still dealing with each card as a miniature pathworking “adventure,” she gives keywords, interpretations, journaling questions and affirmations to be used by the budding diviner for each of the 78 cards, so that they may help to manifest their reality rather than merely wait for the Fates to bring things their way.
A lighthearted and entertaining read for any fan of occultism, tarot, cartomancy or the divinatory mysteries.