Studies on Mystical Tarot: The Court Cards
Succinct and powerful, this study of the sixteen Court cards in Tarot deserves a place in every Hermetic library. Tarot through the lens of transformational psychology serves to reinforce the ways that the Renaissance and Humanism framed the consciousness of future generations. The Courts are here presented as archetypal energies and mystical tools for transformation, following the western esoteric traditions of the Golden Dawn and Builders of the Adytum. The goal of this work is to assist all of us on our journey to "Know Thyself."
Dr. Yolanda M. Robinson is a frequent lecturer, in the United States and abroad, on Qabalah, transformational tarot, and esoteric traditions. She holds an M.A. and Ph.D. from UCLA in Applied Linguistics and Literature. She is a graduate from Builders of the Adytum (B.O.T.A.) and has an M.A. in Transformational Psychology from the University of Philosophical Research. She has studied mystical and esoteric traditions for over forty years.