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The Tarot Court Cards: Archetypal Patterns of Relationship in the Minor Arcana (Anglais) Broché – 30 juin 2003

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The Tarot Court Cards A detailed interpretive guide to the 16 "face" cards of the tarot reveals their core identities and special purpose in a person's life. 78 illustrations. Full description

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Informative and Balanced 25 février 2004
Par Theia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The first chapter of "The Tarot Court Cards" focuses on the history of the court cards. Starting with ancient divination practices and working up to modern day influences like the golden dawn and Aleister Crowly. Informative but somewhat dry in places. Only a very small part of the book anyway. Next Warwick-Smith discusses ways to interpret the court cards. They are; as enviromental influences, as people, as other entities (Gods, etc.), or as aspects of the psyche. Again, somewhat dry but makes you think.
At this point Warwick-Smith gives her own method of interpretation. The court cards can be seen as supporters or detractors. Supporters are people who provide us with something we need to lead fulfilling lives. Detractors are people who challenge us to rise above certain issues. There is also a "parts of self" version of this where the card can represent either an inner resource or an inner challenge. What I love about this way of thinking is that each card is equal parts negative and positive. While most books say that each card can represent a negative or a positive, this is the first book I have seen that actually treats the two sides equally.
The meat of the book is a discussion of the four aspects (supporter, detracter, resource, and challenge) of each card. What really amazed me is how well the descriptions fit the cards, regardless of which of my decks I looked at. Each of the four aspects is given a one word title above the description and in most cases I just had to read the titles and it was like That's It! That's exactly what this card feels like to me. I have only modified two of cards meanings to fit my favorite deck.
After reading the four aspects of each card you will find several small layouts for use in learning how to use each aspect and one large layout. These are fun and great for getting the feel for the different aspects. Two of the excerses are deep and useful as divination in there own right. Finally there is a section on pathworking. Besides the usual instructions for entering a card there is a mediation that will allow you to meet the entire royal court. I have found it quite helpful.
At the back of the book is a summary of the aspects of each card, with only two sentences on each card. While not nearly as insightful as the full descriptions, this is great for looking at when you forget the meaning of a card. There is also a rip-out chart with literally just the names of the four aspects.
Overall a great book. And one that sheds light on an area of tarot that is often ignored or shoved in a corner.
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A++ Love this Book! 18 octobre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I could not wait to get this book! I was so excited and all my expectations about it were met and surpassed. I am so sick of all the "Learn Tarot in 5 minutes," books. I have been reading for 20 years and believe you can't ever stop learning. I love books like this that are for the serious reader who wants to go deeper into the art form of tarot. Descriptions are clear and informative. The court cards can be especially hard to understand but not any more. I will definitely purchase more of this authors books.
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Finally! 3 décembre 2007
Par EmLar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"The Tarot Court Cards: Archetypal Patterns of Relationships in the Minor Arcana", by Kate Warwick-Smith, finally brings the give and take of the everyday support group of family and friends into my tarot studies in a way I can understand. Also, I'm usually so tired of the "where did tarot come from" sections in a lot of books, but this book makes that subject interesting as well. I've often felt that straying from the traditional was going against the grain of the purpose of the cards, but as you find out how the meanings were developed since the first readings, you wonder if some day, what the cards say to you might be recorded for new students. Great book!
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Quick-Reading and a Wonderful Source of Information 2 février 2014
Par J. Jurist - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a wonderful book. Once I finished this book I completely understood how Court Cards, which are considered the most difficult cards to read by most experienced readers, should be read.

As a card reader, I keep this book in my bookcase, for reference. I feel it's a must-have for anyone who finds understanding court cards difficult.
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too simplistic 24 août 2005
Par Remy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is just too simplistic on the archetypes of the Majors and leaves you wanting more. It does tend to have a pagan slant but the real problem is 4 archetypes are rather obvious; they are basic reverses of each other and not really built on the astrological aspects of the cards but how Kate feels about them. Probably the worst part is she really gives few exercises, spreads, on how to release their power or overcome their negativity. She just rambles on. Mary Greer's Court Book is really much better.
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