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Tarot and the Magus: Opening the Key to Divination, Magick and the Holy Guardian Angel

Tarot is greater than the sum of its parts, but the focus is usually on division: Major Arcana, Minor Arcana, and Court cards. Here the focus is on the commonality of the cards through the four elements. Paul Hughes-Barlow looks at the relationships between the cards to build up a detailed picture of a situation, allowing readers to gain in confidence and accuracy. Through detailed examples and profound analysis of the cards, combined with specific meditations and guided visualizations, everything is provided to not only read the Tarot cards like an open book, but to also gain a firm grounding in a powerful and safe Magickal practice culminating in the Knowledge and Conversation of your Holy Guardian Angel.

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2 comments on “Tarot and the Magus: Opening the Key to Divination, Magick and the Holy Guardian Angel

  1. A Future Tarot Classic? As a devotee of Paul Hughes-Barlow’s “Supertarot” website, I was greatlypleased with my recent purchase of his book Tarot and the Magus”. Quitesimply, ALL the material with which I had become familiar (the ElementalDignities, Card Pairing and Counting) is present here, but in improved bookformat. This, together with significant new material, in a single stylishvolume, attractively illustrated with (monochrome) images of theCrowley-Thoth deck, makes this book a wonderful addition to any Tarot orMagickal library.

  2. Things I was taught but never seen presented outside of 1-1 lessons with a master teacher! Hughes-Barlow put things in writing that I was aware of, but never seen. I was aware of patterns, pairings and counting… to a degree. He laid it out in a very simplified format and then added layers I hadn’t seen elsewhere. He provides elemental and some basic astrological associations. What he doesn’t do is present it in the same manner as most – separated out by the 22 Majors, 16 court cards, and 40 Pips. He uses a wholistic approach in his presentation – which may make it a little challenging to a newcomer.It is packed full with information about the cards, their relationship to the Kabbalah, but he also provides GD meditations and rituals if you are interested in that sort of thing.It was difficult to decide how to rate it because of the never before seen info which made me want to give it a 5. At the same time this book would most likely overwhelm someone new to the teaching. Hence, a 4 rating. This book is not for everyone, but it does have a lot of useful info when the student is ready.

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