Monday, January 8, 2018

White Witch Tarot







White Witch Tarot
by Maja D'Aoust 

Created through decades of research into Alchemy and different divination modalities, this deck offers a fresh new perspective on using the cards to unveil what has been hidden. With the black and gold box and the cards it is different from others. This deck will pull you in to the magic journey.

They are meditative, concentrative, and perception-based methods to achieve amplified awareness of reality and access the subconscious. For each representative character and archetype in the deck. Use this meditation process to receive the information relayed in the Archetypes of the cards through language and imagery.

The psychodrama has been used for millennia by human beings as a technique to process the relationship with the world through reenactment. Perhaps the best known psychodramas
 were given to us by William Shakespeare, who represented the breadth of human experience through relatable characterizations of comedy, and tragedy. There is much evidence that Shakespeare based his work on alchemical and occult teachings, which operate through an initial polarization of good and evil followed by engaging a process of unifying these two forces into one inseparable whole.

By acting out or representing an occurrence, knowledge and wisdom may be gained. All forms of ritual are only enacting in physical motion with intention. The Tarot is a tool to focus the intention of the ritual motion into a system that mirrors the event.

White Witch Tarot is a mental adventure into psychodrama methodically expressing the subconscious through characterization. When confusion arises, engage the psychodrama to release through reflection. I highly recommend this Tarot deck.

I was given this Tarot deck from Schiffer Books for an honest review.

About the Author
Maja is a practicing White Witch whose interest in alchemy and the esoteric sciences spans her entire lifetime. Maja earned her masters degree in transformational psychology focusing on Shamanism and the I Ching and writes about alchemy and magic.