Searching Out Unknown Layers…Will the world we know collapse? Will a new one arise? And if such huge changes happen, could we use the Tarot to guide us through catastrophe to rebirth? This is the theme of Tarot In Magical Times, co-authored by Rachel Pollack and famed German Tarotist Johannes Fiebig. In it they look at the Tarot as a prophecy of transformational change and a promise of rebirth–whether for our world as a whole, or in our individual lives.
Another of Rachel’s books, Soul Forest, a collection of articles written over two years, explores the many ways we can use the Tarot to explore the mysteries of existence, from readings inspired by the sacred festivals of many cultures, to a reading about contacting dead spirits, to a reading that asks the cards to help us grasp the horrors of the Holocaust.
Come join us as we let the Tarot guide us to new dimensions!
Rachel Pollack is one of the world’s foremost authorities on the modern interpretation of the tarot. She has published numerous books on the tarot, including Seventy-eight Degrees of Wisdom, which is considered a modern classic. She also designed and drew the Shining Woman Tarot, described by Caitlin Matthews as “the crowning jewel of geocentric shamanism.” She is a member of the American Tarot Association, the International Tarot Society, and the Tarot Guild of Australia, and has been conferred the title of Tarot Grand Master by the Tarot Certification Board, an independent body located in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Rachel Pollack is also a poet, fiction writer, and a comic book artist. As a fiction writer, she has been bestowed many honors and awards, among them the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Science Fiction (for Unquenchable Fire) and the World Fantasy Award (for Godmother Night). She is a recommended member of PEN International, and has written for numerous publications. Pollack holds an honors degree in English from New York University, a master’s degree in English from Claremont Graduate School, and has taught English at New York State University.
Click here to visit Rachel’s website with a link to her blog.
You can download a video recording of the class as a Windows Media file. It can be viewed on PCs using Windows Media Player and on Macs using the free VLC multimedia player for Mac operating systems which can be downloaded here.
Total file size: 303 MB
Cost: $22 USD
Payment: online through PayPal using a credit or debit card.