Author: P.D. Ouspensky
Is a picture worth a thousand words? In our modern society, most are acquainted with Tarot cards as a form of divination or fortune telling. However, there is a deeper, more esoteric meaning attached to the Tarot. A legend exists related to the Tarot which tells of a group of adepts traveling through an enchanted forest. Along the way, these individuals lost their voices and were only able to communicate with each other by displaying Tarot cards to one another. Through the exercise of relation via symbols, the adepts were able to navigate out of the forest and into the light. First published in 1913, Mr. Ouspensky’s The Symbolism of the Tarot shines a light in darkness which elucidates a great understanding of ourselves. With new images, this version of Ouspensky's classic is a Must-Read for those interested learning the hidden meanings locked in the symbols of the tarot deck.