Series: Llewellyn's New Age Tarot

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The Rabbi's Tarot: Spiritual Secrets of the Tarot by Daphna Moore
Tarot Spells by Janina Renee
The Wheel of Destiny: The Tarot Reveals Your Master Plan by Patricia McLaine

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  1. Tarot Spellcaster: Over 40 Spells to Enhance Your Life With the Power of Tarot Magic (Quarto Book) by Terry Donaldson (2001)
  2. The New Tarot by Rachel Pollack (1989)
  3. The Haindl Tarot: The Major Arcana by Rachel Pollack (1990)
  4. The Tarot: Methods, Mastery and More by Cynthia Giles (1996)
  5. Practical Candleburning Rituals: Spells and Rituals for Every Purpose by Raymond Buckland (1982)
  6. Tarot: A New Handbook for the Apprentice: Volume I Original by Eileen Connolly (1979)
  7. A Wicked Pack of Cards: The Origins of the Occult Tarot by Ronald Decker (1996)
  8. Llewellyn's 2005 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn (2004)
  9. Tarot Constellations: Patterns of Personal Destiny by Mary K. Greer (1987)
  10. Tarot Tips by Ruth Ann Amberstone (2003)
  11. Tarot and the Tree of Life: Finding Everyday Wisdom in the Minor Arcana by Isabel Kliegman (1997)
  12. Power Tarot: More Than 100 Spreads That Give Specific Answers to Your Most Important Questions by Trish MacGregor (1998)
  13. Tarot of the Spirit by Pamela Eakins (1992)
  14. The Tarot: History, Mystery and Lore by Cynthia Giles (1992)
  15. The Complete Book of Tarot by Juliet Sharman-Burke (1985)

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