The Pictorial Key to the Tarot Illustrated

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot Illustrated

Waite was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.Two different versions of the book were published.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

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ISBN: 9798709164901

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Page: 156

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The Pictorial Key to the Tarot is A. E. Waite's guide to divinatory tarot, published in conjunction with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. Waite was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.Two different versions of the book were published. The first, published in 1909, was called The Key to the Tarot.The second, published in 1910, added illustrations of the tarot cards by Pamela Colman Smith and was called The Pictorial Key to the Tarot.
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The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot is A. E. Waite's influential guide to Tarot symbolism, published in England in 1910 in conjunction with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781434898517

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 254

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The Pictorial Key to the Tarot is A. E. Waite's influential guide to Tarot symbolism, published in England in 1910 in conjunction with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. While Waite was an occultist, he was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

It is regrettable in several respects that I must confess to certain reservations, but there is a question of honour at issue.

Author: Arthur Waite

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798604853825

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Page: 210

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It is regrettable in several respects that I must confess to certain reservations, but there is a question of honour at issue. Furthermore, between the follies on the one side of those who know nothing of the tradition, yet are in their own opinion the exponents of something called occult science and philosophy, and on the other side between the make believe of a few writers who have received part of the tradition and think that it constitutes a legal title to scatter dust in the eyes of the world without, I feel that the time has come to say what it is possible to say, so that the effect of current charlatanism and unintelligence may be reduced to a minimum. We shall see in due course that the history of Tarot cards is largely of a negative kind, and that, when the issues are cleared by the dissipation of reveries and gratuitous speculations expressed in the terms of certitude, there is in fact no history prior to the fourteenth century. The deception and self-deception regarding their origin in Egypt, India or China put a lying spirit into the mouths of the first expositors, and the later occult writers have done little more than reproduce the first false testimony in the good faith of an intelligence unawakened to the issues of research. As it so happens, all expositions have worked within a very narrow range, and owe, comparatively speaking, little to the inventive faculty. One brilliant opportunity has at least been missed, for it has not so far occurred to any one that the Tarot might perhaps have done duty and even originated as a secret symbolical language of the Albigensian sects. I commend this suggestion to the lineal descendants in the spirit of Gabriele Rossetti and Eugene Aroux, to Mr. Harold Bayley as another New Light on the Renaissance, and as a taper at least in the darkness which, with great respect, might be serviceable to the zealous and all-searching mind of Mrs. Cooper-Oakley. Think only what the supposed testimony of watermarks on paper might gain from the Tarot card of the Pope or Hierophant, in connexion with the notion of a secret Albigensian patriarch, of which Mr. Bayley has found in these same watermarks so much material to his purpose. Think only for a moment about the card of the High Priestess as representing the Albigensian church itself; and think of the Tower struck by Lightning as typifying the desired destruction of Papal Rome, the city on the seven hills, with the pontiff and his temporal power cast down from the spiritual edifice when it is riven by the wrath of God. The possibilities are so numerous and persuasive that they almost deceive in their expression one of the elect who has invented them. But there is more even than this, though I scarcely dare to cite it. When the time came for the Tarot cards to be the subject of their first formal explanation, the archaeologist Court de Gebelin reproduced some of their most important emblems, and if I may so term it the codex which he used has served by means of his engraved plates-as a basis of reference for many sets that have been issued subsequently. The figures are very primitive and differ as such from the cards of Etteilla, the Marseilles Tarot, and others still current in France. I am not a good judge in such matters, but the fact that every one of the Trumps Major might have answered for watermark purposes is shewn by the cases which I have quoted and by one most remarkable example of the Ace of Cups.
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The Pictorial Key To The Tarot Annotated

The Pictorial Key To The Tarot Annotated

This pictorial key contains a detailed description of each card in the world's most popular 78-card Rider-Waite tarot deck, along with regular and reversed meanings.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798709152823

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Page: 156

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This pictorial key contains a detailed description of each card in the world's most popular 78-card Rider-Waite tarot deck, along with regular and reversed meanings.
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The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

Essential reference by designer of the most widely known Tarot deck contains a detailed description and illustration of each card in the popular 78-card Rider-Waite Tarot deck, along with regular and reversed meanings.

Author: A. E. Waite

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486117126

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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Essential reference by designer of the most widely known Tarot deck contains a detailed description and illustration of each card in the popular 78-card Rider-Waite Tarot deck, along with regular and reversed meanings.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot Illustrated

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot Illustrated

Waite was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.Two different versions of the book were published.

Author: Edward Waite

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ISBN: 9798700974240

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Page: 136

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The Pictorial Key to the Tarot is A. E. Waite's guide to divinatory tarot, published in conjunction with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. Waite was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.Two different versions of the book were published. The first, published in 1909, was called The Key to the Tarot.The second, published in 1910, added illustrations of the tarot cards by Pamela Colman Smith and was called The Pictorial Key to the Tarot.
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The Pictorial Key To The Tarot

The Pictorial Key To The Tarot

There is not that much to say about this book - unless that it is the very book for all Tarot beginners. It covers everything you need to know in-depth. The author as well as the illustrator were members of the Order of the Golden Dawn.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

Publisher: Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 45

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Categories: Foreign Language Study

Pictorial Key Tarot Tarot De La Clave Pictorica

Pictorial Key Tarot Tarot De La Clave Pictorica

Boldness coupled with supreme self-confidence. 2. Impudent rudeness or lack of respect. One of the major milestones in the history of the Tarot was the publication of the book, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite a century ago.

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Publisher: Llewellyn Publications

ISBN: 0738712892

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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The vivid illustrations in this stunning deck bring the arcana to life like never before! Experience how these avant-garde realizations of familiar tarot figures and symbols can open your inner temple. Publisher Review: Chutzpah: (Yiddish) 1. Boldness coupled with supreme self-confidence. 2. Impudent rudeness or lack of respect. One of the major milestones in the history of the Tarot was the publication of the book, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite a century ago. It was important because it was the first time a book on a Tarot deck was published simultaneously with the deck it described. This, combined with deck he and Pamela Coleman ("Pixie") Smith created (which was the first time both the Major and Minor Arcana had pictures on them) revolutionized the popularity...read more. The companion booklets for most Lo Scarabeo decks are in five languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German.
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The Pictorial Key To The Tarot Publishing People Series

The Pictorial Key To The Tarot   Publishing People Series

The symbolism of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck is based on profound occult studies by Waite, and his exposition in this book of its use and meaning is unexcelled. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the Tarot.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

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ISBN: 9798699025909

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Page: 306

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Although there were many Tarot decks prior to the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, and many after, none has gripped the popular imagination as much as this set. Waite covers the significance and deeper implications of each card, and gives practical instructions as to how to conduct a reading. The symbolism of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck is based on profound occult studies by Waite, and his exposition in this book of its use and meaning is unexcelled. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the Tarot.
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The Pictorial Key To The Tarot Illustretad

The Pictorial Key To The Tarot Illustretad

This pictorial key contains a detailed description of each card in the world's most popular 78-card Rider-Waite tarot deck, along with regular and reversed meanings.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite Waite

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ISBN: 9798669301279

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Page: 146

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This pictorial key contains a detailed description of each card in the world's most popular 78-card Rider-Waite tarot deck, along with regular and reversed meanings.
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Pictorial Key Tarot

Pictorial Key Tarot

Boldness coupled with supreme self-confidence. 2. Impudent rudeness or lack of respect. One of the major milestones in the history of the Tarot was the publication of the book, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite a century ago.

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Publisher: Lo Scarabeo

ISBN: 0738712973

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 78

View: 246

The vivid illustrations in this stunning deck bring the arcana to life like never before! Experience how these avant-garde realizations of familiar tarot figures and symbols can open your inner temple. Publisher Review: Chutzpah: (Yiddish) 1. Boldness coupled with supreme self-confidence. 2. Impudent rudeness or lack of respect. One of the major milestones in the history of the Tarot was the publication of the book, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite a century ago. It was important because it was the first time a book on a Tarot deck was published simultaneously with the deck it described. This, combined with deck he and Pamela Coleman ("Pixie") Smith created (which was the first time both the Major and Minor Arcana had pictures on them) revolutionized the popularity...read more.
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Dame Fortune s Wheel Tarot

Dame Fortune s Wheel Tarot

Unlike other modern decks, the images are unadorned by the occult speculations of Mathers, Waite, or Crowley. This book is a pictorial companion to the deck.

Author: Paul Huson

Publisher: Witches Almanac

ISBN: 1881098427

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 200

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Paul Huson's Dame Fortune's Wheel Tarot illustrates for the first time the earliest, traditional tarot card interpretations collected by Jean-Baptiste Alliette, aka Etteilla, a Parisian fortune-teller. Unlike other modern decks, the images are unadorned by the occult speculations of Mathers, Waite, or Crowley. This book is a pictorial companion to the deck. In addition to detailed descriptions of the cards' symbolism and significance--with both upright and reversed meanings--Dame Fortune's Wheel Tarot provides meticulous full-color reproductions of Huson's original designs for all 79 cards, including an extra Significator card specified by Etteilla that may be used optionally, and full instructions for how to lay out the cards for divination.
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The Pictorial Key to the Republican Tarot

The Pictorial Key to the Republican Tarot

Add "The Electronic Republican Tarot Deck", found exclusively in the Lulu Marketplace, and easily make your own full-color, 80-card Deck to accompany the book! Introduces a never-before-seen Tarot spread, the "Triple Cross" method!

Author: Mariann G. Wizard

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781435701137

Category: Humor

Page: 232

View: 249

Fully illustrated with black and white renditions of the 22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana, in which the Eternal Mysteries of the Tarot are channeled by Republicans past and present. See Nixon as DEATH, Reagan as THE EMPEROR, George W. Bush and family in the SUITE of BUSHES, Condi Rice as the LADY of ARMS and much more! Using the well-known Waite Tarot as its jumping-off place, "The Pictorial Key to the Republican Tarot" is a wild and woolly history lesson, guaranteed to provide Major Party Fun in the upcoming political folly season, and into the Future! Add "The Electronic Republican Tarot Deck", found exclusively in the Lulu Marketplace, and easily make your own full-color, 80-card Deck to accompany the book! Introduces a never-before-seen Tarot spread, the "Triple Cross" method!
Categories: Humor

The Unknown World 1894 1895

The Unknown World 1894 1895

Contains the issues of The Unknown World magazine from August 15, 1894 to June 15, 1895.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

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ISBN: 1162597208

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Page: 560

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1895. A magazine devoted to the occult sciences, magic, mystical philosophy, alchemy, hermetic archaeology, and the hidden problems of science, literature, speculation and history. Contains the issues of The Unknown World magazine from August 15, 1894 to June 15, 1895.
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The Star Rover Illustrated

The Star Rover Illustrated

Waite was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.Two different versions of the book were published.

Author: Jack London

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798599485698

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Page: 286

View: 873

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot is A. E. Waite's guide to divinatory tarot, published in conjunction with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. Waite was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations, and history behind the cards.Two different versions of the book were published. The first, published in 1909, was called The Key to the Tarot.The second, published in 1910, added illustrations of the tarot cards by Pamela Colman Smith and was called The Pictorial Key to the Tarot.
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Universal Waite Tarot Deck Book Set

Universal Waite Tarot Deck Book Set

Full-color art by Mary Hanson-Roberts. The original and only authorized edition of the 78-card tarot deck designed by Pamela Colman SmithR and packaged with the classic book written by Arthur Edward Waite in 1910.

Author: Arthur Edward Waite

Publisher: U S Games Systems

ISBN: 088079416X

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 340

View: 167

Full-color art by Mary Hanson-Roberts.
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The Illustrated Key to the Tarot

The Illustrated Key to the Tarot

The preface which I have prefixed thereto contains all that it is necessary to say
regarding its claims , and it should be certainly consulted by readers of the
present Pictorial Key to the Tarot . The fact that Papus regards the great sheaf of ...

Author: Lauron William De Laurence

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ISBN: UTEXAS:059173019486220

Category: Card games

Page: 176

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Categories: Card games