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Tarot History, Humor, Books, Decks, Cards: Welcome to Villa Revak
Interactive adventures in Tarot history, humor, resources, books, and more. Items for all levels of Tarotists. Includes Selected Resources for New Students of Tarot, free humorous Tarot readings, original research, and an annotated bibliography.
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|WHATS NEW POPULAR ROOMS IN THE VILLA A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO LEARNING TAROT (formerly Selected Resources for New Students of Tarot) This guide includes recommended and reviewed books, decks, software, organizations, and a glossary that will help you, the beginning Tarotist, to learn to use the cards. THE BOOKWORMS GUIDE TO TAROT Your gateway to over one hundred reviewed Tarot books. Find the titles you want and need fast. You may browse books by author, experience level for which they are appropriate, and quality rating. OTHER ROOMS IN THE VILLA TAROT HISTORY Beginners will enjoy the TarotL History Information Sheet and Tarot Divination, a guide to historical divinatory meanings assigned to Tarot cards. Advanced Tarotists will enjoy original research into Etteilla, Mathers, and Waite. INTERACTIVE ADVENTURES IN TAROT Your gateway to having fun while learning about Tarot history, divination, books, decks, symbols, and more. Beginning and advanced students alike will enjoy themselves as they learn. RESOURCES FOR BEGINNING & ADVANCED STUDENTS OF TAROT Your guide to learning Tarot includes recommended and reviewed books, cards, software, organizations, links, and more. TAROT FOOLERY Enjoy free humorous Tarot readings and an irreverant and entertaining look at Tarot divination, cards, and books. Includes a spoof on Waites The Pictorial Key to the Tarot and his popular deck. WHO IS JIM REVAK? SITE INDEX COPYRIGHT NOTICE E-MAIL AUTHOR Illustrations (top to bottom): The Sun (detail) from I Tarocchi Dei Visconti by A. A. Atanassov (based on the 15th-century deck attributed to Bonifacio Bembo, copyright © 1995 Lo Scarabeo); the Four of Wands (detail) from The Universal Waite Tarot (coloring by Mary Hanson Roberts, based on the work of A. E. Waite and Pamela Colman Smith) (copyright © 1990 U.S. Games Systems); Ace of Cups (detail) from The Robin Wood Tarot by Wood (copyright © 1991 Wood); La Papessa (detail) from I Tarocchi di Bosch by A. Alexandrov Atanassov (copyright ©1999 Lo Scarabeo); the Angel or Judgement (detail) from I Tarocchini Secolo XVII by Giuseppe Maria Mitelli (c. 1664, republished by Dal Negro); the Hermit (detail) from Tarot de Marseille by Nicolas Conver (1761), re-published by Héron; the Magician (detail) from Hudes Tarot Deck by Susan Hudes (copyright © 1995 U.S. Games Systems); La Papessa (detail) from I Tarocchi di Bosch by A. Alexandrov Atanassov (copyright ©1999 Lo Scarabeo); the Fool (detail) from Tarot Egyptien: Grand Jeu de lOracle des Dames (c. 1870, re-published by Editions Dusserre). Copyright © 2002 James W. Revak. All rights reserved. (12/10/02)... +||Internal Links||Dofollow|
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