10th Anniversary edition! Tarot: A Witch’s Journey

It was 10 years ago that my first book, Tarot: A Witch’s Journey, was published by Labyrinth House Publishing!  In honor of this anniversary, there is a brand new completely Revised and Illustrated edition for sale at Amazon.

The witch’s tarot journey continues:

“It’s all about the journey, not the destination”, as the saying goes. Follow author, Amythyst Raine, through the realm of Tarot, uncovering life’s mysteries along the way. Explore esoteric connections through the cards with astrology, numerology, and the Kabbalah. Delve into criminal cases explored intimately through the intricacies of the tarot and intuitive reading. Connect with and experience the human psyche through the court cards. Discover tarot’s power within the magick of the occult world. Begin your journey through the realm of Tarot today.

Purchase your copy today!

Paperback: $18.95
Kindle: $7.99

You’ll find the information organized in a new easy to find, easy to read format.  There’s plenty of space to jot down your own notes for each section.  You’ll also find a special table of contents in the front of the book for Spells.

Amazon Reviews

  • Bugs ~ The middle to end of the book dives deeper into readings – readings to help solve crimes, with case studies, and then goes deeper yet into magickal correspondences – using the cards along with numerology and systems of Western magic in spells. Several examples of spells are given. Students that have studied Crowley’s system of using the tarot may particularly enjoy the very last of the book – it may not be as clear to beginning students but serious occultists should find it quite useful.
  • Katie ~ I really liked this whole book but the parts I really really enjoyed were the breakdown of each card and its meaning along with her personal voice or experience with each card. Anyone can re-word traditional meanings of the cards but Amythyst adds in her own VOICE, I feel like she was right in the room with me sharing her knowledge and wisdom. The section on Tarot and crimes really hit a nerve with me because of my involvement criminal justice system. Amythyst shared her personal readings of missing people cases and shared an outcome (if there was one). This chapter just made me respect the author more. {I really wish we lived in a society that would at least take into consideration the use of a proficient psychic in criminal cases} I also enjoyed the section on tarot and numerology which added a whole new level to explore when doing tarot readings, and tarot spells (there are some great spells in there that I can’t wait to try out!}

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