This guide to divinatory tarot explores the history of the practice and discusses the cards’ traditional symbols and methods of reading.
From the co-creator of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot is written by Arthur Edward Waite and features Pamela Colman Smith’s illustrations. First published in 1911, this volume details the traditions and history of tarot, as well as the significance of the cards’ symbolism. An ideal read for divination beginners.
This volume is divided into three parts:
- – The Veil and Its Symbols
- – The Doctrine of the Veil
- – The Outer Methods of the Oracles