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Tarot and the journey of the hero

By: Banzhaf, Hajo
Material type: TextTextYork Beach, ME Weiser c2000Description: xii, 236p.; ill. (part col.); bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0578631173Subject(s): Tarot | Tarot and psychology | Archetype (Psychology) | Heroes
Contents:
What is tarot?. The journey of the hero. The major arcana. The fool. The magician and the high priestess. The empress and the emperor. The hierophant. The lovers. The chariot. Justice. The hermit. The wheel of fortune. Strength. The hanged man. Death. Temperance. The devil. The tower. The star. The moon. The sun. Judgement. The world
Abstract: 'This full-color, profusely illustrated book provides an insightful approach to the 22 cards of the major arcana. Drawing on Jungian psychology and his own considerable knowledge of esoterica, Banzhaf clearly shows how the major arcana of the Waite tarot deck tells the story of the hero's journey.'
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1st pub. in German as Tarot und die Reise des Helden: Der mythologische Schlussel zu den Grossen Arkana, Kailash/Heinrich Hugendubel Verlag, Munich, c1997.. Transl. by Christine M. Grimm

What is tarot?. The journey of the hero. The major arcana. The fool. The magician and the high priestess. The empress and the emperor. The hierophant. The lovers. The chariot. Justice. The hermit. The wheel of fortune. Strength. The hanged man. Death. Temperance. The devil. The tower. The star. The moon. The sun. Judgement. The world

'This full-color, profusely illustrated book provides an insightful approach to the 22 cards of the major arcana. Drawing on Jungian psychology and his own considerable knowledge of esoterica, Banzhaf clearly shows how the major arcana of the Waite tarot deck tells the story of the hero's journey.'

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