Fun, Games, Community & August's Contest!!!


Many people entered last month's contest to win a Deviant Moon, so many that we've decided to offer another for August's contest!  We really can't get enough of it here!

To keep everyone on the same playing field, the image to the left is a clip of a card that appears in THIS issue of Tarot Reflections. Send us your guess on what card and what deck the clip is from.  All correct guesses will be put in a pool from which the winner will be drawn.  You do not have to be a member of the ATA to play or win, nor do you have to be located in the United States of America - we will ship internationally.  All you have to do for a chance to win this stunning and highly collectible deck and album is to figure out what card and deck the clip is from and email your guess to us here

The deadline for entries is August 31, 2008.  The winner will be drawn on September 1, 2008, so be sure to watch your emails for us to contact you and get your shipping information (and what name you prefer be used in the winner announcement)!

The answer and winner will be announced in next month's issue!  Good luck and have fun with the game!

It's a great time to be interested in Tarot!

There are so many new decks, books, and other things that is hard to keep up!  We can't list them all, but some of the highlights include decks such as the Sacred Art Tarot, the Faeries Tarot, and Kate Black's Touchstone Tarot, as well as a new, greatly anticipated audio book by Dan Pelletier, called The Process that is supposed to be out September 1st!

Tarot Trivia

By Melanie Harris

    1. Who is considered to be the first person to publish a list of divinatory meanings for playing cards?
    2. In the Rider-Waite deck, which comes first, The Star or The Moon?
    3. What occult scholar proposed that there was a connection between the Tarot and the Kabballah?
    4. In the Buckland-Romani Tarot, what creature is used to depict the Hanged Man?

Click here for answers!

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Tarot Reflections is published by the American Tarot Association - Copyright (C) 2008 

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