A wicked pack of cards: the origins of the occult tarot
Duckworth, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 308 pages
Tarot/tarok's historie fra beg. af det 15. århundrede til nu, men omtale af nogle personerne bag opfindelsen og udøvelsen: Etteilla, Jean-Alexandre Vaillant, Paul Christian, Eliphas Lévi, Marie-Anne le Normand og Papus.
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Review: A Wicked Pack of Cards: The Origins of the Occult TarotUser Review - Goodreads
I wrote a long review of this pedantic yet snarky book on my website: hoodoofoundry.com/casting/?p=891 Shorter version: great, wicked fun until my brain overloaded from centuries-old publication data.
Review: A Wicked Pack of Cards: The Origins of the Occult TarotUser Review - Philebus - Goodreads
An excellent book detailing the history of tarot cards from the late 18th century when they were first adopted by occultists. If you want to understand just how tarot cards gained their occult reputation and why the various myths are very, very wrong, then this is a good place to start. Read full review
A History of Games Played with the Tarot Pack: The Game of Triumphs, Volume 1
Michael A. E. Dummett,John McLeod
No preview available - 2004
Game or Magic?
How Tarot Divination Began
the First Professional Cartomancer
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