August 2, 2006
Tarot Talismans: Invoke the Angels of the Tarot
By Chic Cicero and Sandra Tabatha Cicero
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (July 2006)
Pages: 283 - Price: $19.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This thick, oversized book is perfect for holding in your life and studying! The illustrations and charts are excellent, and as a reference section, are perfect in and of themselves. Chic Cicero & Sandra Tabatha Cicero have put a lot of research and work into crafting this fine book, and the result is an outstanding tarot reference.
The secret revealed in this book is how to transform a personal tarot deck into a working, magickal collection of seventy-eight talismans and amulets. Talismans attract positive energy. Amulets banish undesirable energy.
Part One of the book examines talismans and amulets, and how magick works. Part Two covers directions on how to invoke divine energies of tarot angels, and also how to apply the techniques of the Golden Dawn.
Correspondences in the book are based on the Golden Dawn tradition. Any person seriously studying the relationships between tarot and the Qabala will find this is a must-have book for their reference library.
This is a book you will find of invaluable use if you are interested in pursing work with the tarot deck. As books of this nature go, it is safe to say Tarot Talismans is Chic Cicero & Sandra Tabatha Cicero's tarot masterpiece. Highly recommended.
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