The Book of Tarot: A Guide for Modern Mystics (Paperback)
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A gorgeously illustrated, accessible introduction to the Tarot’s many uses, from mystical touchstone to practical resource.
More than a guidebook, The Book of Tarot offers a space in which to set goals and intentions with clarity and purpose. With both clarity and warmth, seasoned practitioner Danielle Noel instructs readers in using the Tarot as a tool for self-understanding, meditation, and soulful introspection.
About the Author
Danielle Noel is a designer, writer, and visual artist with a background in energy medicine. She is the creator of The Starchild Tarot, The Moonchild Tarot, and a series of forthcoming oracle decks. Often seen through a surrealist lens, Danielle’s work exists at the intersection of ancient lore and mysticism with the Divine Feminine. Her aim is to share, transmit, and expand consciousness through the visuals she creates. To view more of her work, visit www.daniellenoel.art.
"The Book of Tarot by Danielle Noel is not just a book—it is a work of art. Harness the power of your intuition with this deeply beautiful, sacred, modern guide to using tarot."
—Rebecca Campbell, best-selling author of Light Is the New Black and Rise Sister Rise
“Danielle’s modern approach and dreamy artwork make (the Tarot) relevant for a new generation of Now Age seekers.”
—Ruby Warrington, founder of The Numinous and author of Material Girl, Mystical World
“Danielle is a gentle guide with a wealth of wisdom who takes the stigma out of this valuable spiritual practice. A must-read for modern mystics wanting to explore the real of Tarot.”
—Emma Mildon, author of The Soul Searcher’s Handbook
“(Danielle’s) ethereal art and her wonder-filled vision are the core of this stunning book, which offers Tarot guidance with detail and intelligence. Her light is felt, and her passion is here to feed your own understanding of the beauty and magic of the Tarot.”
—Elena Brower, author of Practice You and Art of Attention
“This book lays the groundwork for a lifelong exploration of the Tarot.”
—Gabriela Herstik, “Ask a Witch” columnist at NYLON