About the Book
This is the second book from the series 'Tarot Decoded' by Ella Jo Street. In her analysis of the The High Priestess card, she traces this tantalizing figure from her ancient roots to modern times, revealing the Great Goddess.
This collection of fascinating essays explores the mythology and psychology associated with the worship of the Nature and Wisdom Goddess, making this book invaluable for understanding the development of witchcraft and emergence of the Wiccan Religion.
Also containing an extensive collection of ancient images, this book contains material for Tarot training and is a valuable Pagan source-book.
Features & Details
- Category Reference
Standard Portrait, 8×10 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Aug 22, 2010
- Tags High Priestess, source book, Ella Jo Street, Al Uzza, Snake Goddess, Morgan Le Fay, Mother Shipton, Baba Yaga, Tarot, Decoded, Pagan, history, magic, witchcraft, Witch, myths, Greek, roman, meanings, Kybele, Hecate, Atagartis, Isis, Artemis, Rhea, Diana, Cretan, Brigid, Verbeia, Senuna, Freya, Macbeth, owl, Lilith, Samhain, Papess, Nature, Wisdom, training, Wicca, Wiccan
The seasons turn and the work challenges and delights me. Music and songs and laughter. One day I will be gone. Dust. What will remain of me? my words, my music. I cast my treasures at eternity and hope something will stick. I have learned to believe in myself. Tarot. Believe me - it has a structure. If you are lost it will give you a framework without interfering with your beliefs. I want peace and evolution for mankind and to get these books published for a better retail price. Music and writing will always my passion. I advocate culture as Roerich saw it - art for the people, a colourful stimulating, inclusive world. Gentleness is a strength - as water pours a groove through stone in the passage of time. Be gentle. It is easy to forget your forefathers - those who died of TB, in famines, in wars. Life is a gift - don't waste it dreaming or scheming. Educate yourself. Be gentle and enjoy your life. One day I found myself, and I can't believe I got there. If I can, anyone can.