SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH
SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH

SIGNED EDITED Copy - THE RABBI'S TAROT - DAPHNA MOORE - TRUE 1st 1987 - KABBALAH

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  SIGNED With EDITS — THE RABBI'S TAROT: AN ILLUMINATION FROM THE KUNDALINI TO THE PINEAL TO THE PITUITARY — By Daphna Moore — TRUE & STATED 1st Edition / 1st Printing, 1987 — Author’s Personal Copy with Proofreading Notations — Exceedingly Scarce — Achievement of Manifestations and Enlightenment Utilizing the Tarot Symbolism Viewed Through a Jewish Cabalistic Lens

 Publisher: Hughes Henshaw Publications, Lakewood (1987)

A very scarce first edition of THE RABBI'S TAROT from 1987. We are offering an exceedingly rare copy, signed with the author’s notations, and what appears to be the author's personal copy. In well preserved condition. Softcover; 386 pages with illustrations. The boards and binding are solid and tight save for some rubbing and light shelfwear. The pages are crisp and clean save for author’s signature on the inside front cover and notations on a few of the pages. Please see pictures. "The Rabbi's Tarot by Daphna Moore is not a book about divination, but a practical tool for enlightenment that explores the symbolism in the Tarot. By understanding the physical and non-physical universe and the psychological and psychic make-up of those within it, we can be transformed and make our dreams come true. A fascinating Tarot study..." [Introduction] Please see below for more information on this scarce work.


"In the early 20th century, Arthur Edward Waite commissioned Pamela Coleman Smith to create a new deck using the mystical teachings of the Golden Dawn. Known as the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, it was published in 1910, and began a revival of interest in understanding the deeper messages in the Tarot images. One such investigator was a Jewish rabbi, who studied the images from the Kabbalistic perspective. Taking his investigation as far as he could, the rabbi sought out a Jesuit priest who became so intrigued that he left the priesthood and devoted the next 40 years to its study. My involvement began when after meeting the ex-priest in the mid-70s, he became my mentor and close confidant. One day he handed me a box full of papers with the instructions that I was to collate the information and after adding my interpretation of the symbols, arrange it into a manuscript for publishing. This proved to be no easy task and the book was brought to print in 1987. Following my publication of the book, Llewellyn Publishers became interested and published two printings of the book in the early 90s." -Daphna Moore