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The Numinous Tarot Guide: A New Way to Read the Cards by The Numinous


A ‘Now Age’ guide to mastering the art of Tarot.

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The Numinous Tarot Guide is an interactive, self-study guide that unlocks the meaning of the cards in an instant – and in a way that is deeply personal to every reader of every level. Designed to be used with any deck, a reading for each of the 78 cards offers a modern, evolved interpretation of the card’s meaning, along with prompts and journal exercises, to help guide the reader into a space of deep reflection.

The traditional way to interact with the Tarot is to ask a question and then pull a card to divine the ‘answer’-this guide instead offers the invitation to choose a card first, and then use it as a portal to a deeper level of self-enquiry, using the power of story to help discover why you think the way you think, and do the things you do.

The Numinous Tarot Guide offers both a complete compendium of practical Tarot knowledge, and a treasured space for personal reflection. Including insights into the symbolism, mythology and the real-life relevance of each card, it is an indispensable tool for anybody invested in forging a deeper relationship with their favourite deck, as well as an ideal gift for mystical mavens, self-help fans and Tarot readers everywhere.


The Numinous is a popular platform for the cosmically curious. It publishes a weekly astro
readings, tarot readings alongside a podcast, retreats and live events. Ruby Warrington is
the creator of The Numinous and is a British writer, author and thought-leader currently
located in NYC. Formerly Features Editor on the Sunday Times style supplement, she is
also the co-founder of ‘sober curious’ events series Club SÖDA NYC. Her first book was
Material Girl, Mystical World: The Now Age Guide to a High Vibe Life and her second,
Sober Curious: The Blissful Sleep, Laser Focus, Limitless Presence, and Deep Connection
Awaiting Us All on the Other Side of Alcohol, was published in 2019 by HarperCollins.