7 keys to unlock the Tarot de Marseille
News , Tarot , Tarot de Marseille / 28 September 2016

Say you’ve just ventured your first few steps onto the Tarot de Marseille path. Perhaps you’re coveting one of those Top 9 decks or an Ancient Italian. But how to read Tarot de Marseille? Specially for The Queen’s Sword Paul Richard – worth decades of tarot & Marseille knowledge – shares his secrets on how to become a TdM-expert in 7 ways!

Hurst’s Tarot history blog | Pre-Gebelin
Recommendation , Tarot , Tarot de Marseille / 21 September 2016

The owner of this blog, Micheal J. Hurst, unfortunately passed a few weeks ago (aug 2016), but anyone interested in the history of Tarot pre-Gebelin (traditional tarot, before the English school that brought forth the Waite-Smith, Thoth and most modern decks) will love this scholarly online approach. Hurst saw himself as a ‘Tarot geek, fascinated by the factual history and characteristic medieval allegory of this remarkable artifact’. No art-historian, but so well-read he…

Tarot Unlocking the Arcana
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Tarot Unlocking the Arcana | Book Review
Books , Review , Tarot / 27 August 2016

If you were named Tarosophist of the Year and a YouTube sensation you have a reputation to uphold. Writing a tarot book then in your early twenties is a big step. It’s one that Schiffer Books was willing to take with him and there is a ‘rumor’ book 2 is being written as we speak. Time for a review on number one Tarot Unlocking the Arcana and see if it upholds the Nasios rep.

Tarot Flip
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Tarot Flip | Book review
Books , Review , Tarot / 8 May 2016

What is the fastest way to learn to read Tarot? If you yourself have not asked this question, you’ve probably seen it on a forum or Facebook-group for sure. We all know that learning Tarot is a never-ending study and to be able to interpret the cards well, will take practice, practice, practice on a daily basis for at least a year (or more). But what if there *was* a way to speed that process up and not…