A bit about Emily: Emily Gabbert has been a practicing witch and a follower of a Pagan path for nearly 20 years. She led a group for alternative religions at MU, and was tapped into a society recognizing women leaders for her efforts. She joined the Kansas City Pagan Community in 2013, and has been a co-organizer for the Kansas City Witches Meetup since 2016, receiving the KCPPD Community Service Award in 2017. She is a baker by trade with an interest in all kinds of arts and crafts, and sometimes she writes.
Kevin Walder: Artist, writer, podcaster, and student of Tarot, lives with his husband, in Northwest Washington State. Kevin continues to expand his knowledge and understanding of Tarot and other spiritual subjects guided by a general knowledge of the cards, while allowing intuition to deliver personal messages..
About Cindy: Many (very many) moons ago Linda Goodman introduced me to astrology. Rather, her book, Sun Signs, did when I was 18 years old. From there I did everything I could to learn about astrology.Those were the days before the internet and readily available sophisticated astrology software, so I had to draw up charts by hand and use an ephemeris to find planetary positions. It was challenging but fun.During university, astrology was a very big part of my life. After studying and practicing for a decade, life presented a series of teachers that subtly immersed me in environments of enlightenment. This is where Tarot and dowsing (radiesthesia) come in.On that learning path, I met some of the finest teachers, all whom I found through serendipity. Many of them are dear friends from the Edgar Cayce Center. (Read More About Cindy Here)
Kevin Walder Artist, writer, podcaster, and student of Tarot, lives with his husband, in Northwest Washington State. Kevin continues to expand his knowledge and understanding of Tarot and other spiritual subjects guided by a general knowledge of the cards, while allowing intuition to deliver personal messages..
I once taught a daytime Tarot class that seemed to turn into a lunch hour diversion for several of my students. In the process of preparing for this class I drew on my years of research and study of the Tarot and began to develop some interesting ways to explain the meanings of the cards. I am always more intrigued by the process of forming the right question than the relentless search for answers. It is with this inquisitive nature that I approached teaching The Tarot. So grab your favorite deck and bring your best questions and be prepared to question everything as we explore The Tarot, it’s what’s for lunch.
This book is a personal visit with each of the 22 Major Arcana cards The Tarot. The energy and personality of each card comes through as a healing energy and a guide to every aspect of life. 22 Teachers – Healing Lessons From The Major Arcana is a guide to understanding and getting the greatest benefit from your favorite Tarot deck.