WTF is Tarot? ...& How Do I Do It?
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You do not need to learn the tarot because you already know it. It is from this radical jumping off point that WTF Is Tarot breaks down the ancient art of cartomancy. This fresh, accessible and sometimes cheeky guide sheds a holistic light on how the fuck to read tarot, from the foundation of magic itself to understanding those tricky court cards to offering readings to others.
In WTF Is Tarot, author and tarot reader Bakara Wintner unpacks the magic of the Major and Minor Aracana with shamanic wisdom and girl boss wit, illuminating their meaning with thoughtful anecdotes and analogies that reveal how deeply rooted these symbols already are in our everyday lives: we can feel the Moon in a howling barefoot run through Prospect Park, accept the grace of Temperance in falling in love or a divine intervention, “ghost the haters” with the Six of Swords, or identify a fuckboy in the Son of Wands.
WTF is Tarot offers far more than a refreshingly candid tutorial on card reading. Bakara goes on to investigate the magic of crystal healing, chakras, meditation, and other magical practices. This young witch offers not just a guide, but an invitation for even the most mundane Muggles to welcome magic into their lives, and for experienced wizards to rediscover it once again.
WTF is Tarot can be read as a standalone guide book on tarot, or together with its natural companion the Wayhome Tarot, also created by Bakara Wintner & Autumn Whitehurst.
About the Author
Bakara Wintner is a co-founder of the Brooklyn Fools and a professional tarot reader and teacher. She is the owner of Everyday Magic in Durham, NC and has been featured in Urban Outfitters, Refinery29 and Nylon. She lives in Durham, North Carolina.
Autumn Whitehurst has been illustrating for nearly two decades and counts amongst her clients Coca-Cola, Sapporo, the Principality of Monaco, Ray-Ban, Aveda, BBC and countless magazines, publishers and consumer outlets. She hails from New Orleans but now divides her time between Brooklyn and the rest of the world.