The Book of Thoth Review & Guide

The Book of Thoth is a mystery novel by occultist Aleister Crowley that was first published as a short story in the January 1927 issue of The Equinox magazine and then expanded into a novel in 1930. This is the book that we are reviewing here.

The Book of Thoth is a reference book that contains all of the possible divination and occult practices that can be performed with the deck. It is a useful book to have around if you are practicing the occult.

The Book of Thoth is a mediocre deck with a mediocre companion book. At worst, it is an overpriced way to outfit yourself with a pretty-looking but probably not-very-effective divination tool. Do yourself a favor and buy a Rider-Waite. They’re very affordable.

The Book of Thoth Meanings:

The Book of Thoth is a book of Tarot cards written by the Egyptian god Thoth, the god of wisdom and knowledge, who was also the god of writing and scribes. The book was allegedly written on papyrus, which was made from the papyrus reed. According to legend, Thoth was cursed by the gods and sentenced to bear the Book of Thoth for all eternity.

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The Book of Thoth Review

The Book of Thoth by Aleister Crowley is one of the most authoritative books on the tarot ever produced. This classic literature covers Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot, a deck developed and painted by Lady Frieda Harris. The Thoth Tarot is one of the world’s most popular tarot decks. It is also one of the unique tarot readings, combining astrological, numerological, Egyptian, and Qabalistic symbolism. While there are many other helpful guides to this well-known tarot deck, none of them describe the deck in its designer’s own words.

The Book of Thoth- features, and specifications

Weiser Books published the deck; Facsimile edition on 22 September 2017. It appears in the English language and has 304 pages of Paperback. The deck weighs 0.035 ounces and has 7.5*1*9 dimensions of inches.

Previous Buyers’ Experience

  • There are no diagrams or drawings in this version of the book.
  • This version is substantially higher in quality, with thick and glossy paper.
  • Some buyers claimed that the entire book was printed on dreadful magazine paper.
  • It gives the book a cheap and tacky air.
  • The content is identical to that of the paperback.
Pros: Cons:
  • This version is substantially higher in quality, with thick and glossy paper.
  • The book itself is quite well-designed.
  • The language remains the same, the photos are accurate, and it is an excellent reference book.
  • The pictures of all the cards were re-photographed from the original paintings.

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Conclusion:

In summary, The Book of Thoth is a good place to start for someone new to Thoth. However, the Book of Thoth is not the “end all, be all” of understanding Thoth. Combine this with other Thoth Books, and you will have a complete knowledge base.

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