Tarosophist Magazine Articles

Tarosophist International Magazine is a quarterly publication for all levels of Tarot interest.

Here is a list of articles I’ve published in this magazine:

Tarot Counseling & Ethics – Part 1 Counseling Skills
Tarosophist International v1iss7

Tarot Counseling & Ethics – Part 2 Counseling Ethics
Tarosophist International v1iss8

Tarot Magic and Change
Tarosophist International v1iss16

Tarot and Community
Tarosophist International v1iss17

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