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I can't get enough of the tarot “treasure house of images”. I can't help buying books about the tarot. My reading would be more satisfying if I had others to discuss them with. Let’s meet up to discuss some of our favorite tarot writing, both fiction and non-fiction.
The wise man hears of the Gate
and studies the lock every day.
The devotee hears of the Gate
and tries to squeeze between the bars.
The fool hears of the Gate
and laughs. Without laughter
the Gate would never open.
Rachel Pollack, “Fortune’s Lovers”
Here are some suggestions of books calling to be read from my nightstand:
I’m especially drawn to works by Rachel Pollack because of her fine writing style. Many of the above books are dense, so we would probably only cover a few chapters a month. Don’t like these suggestions? No problem. Join up, add your suggestions, and then we’ll vote on where to start.
Tarot is a great repository of archetypal images, so it relates to lots of other interesting fields in spirituality, psychology, divination, art, alchemy, magick, qabalah, symbology....