Of Knights and Kings, Movement and Meditation

Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot alters the structure of the Tarot in several significant ways. His repositioning of the court cards—Princess, Prince, Queen and Knight rather than Page, Knight, Queen and King—is not just a change of titles, but a change in the momentum and influence of these characters. 

Crowley’s cards reflect a world that is changing so rapidly the only way we can truly be said to be the master of the elements is to be swift and adaptable. Is this one of the reasons the Thoth Tarot is so resonant with the questions we pose today?

Welcome to Aspect Tarot

I'm very happy to launch the new website today. I have several blog posts in the works, exploring the meanings of different cards and the many ways readers approach them. It's great to finally have a place where I can feature those. I'm also looking forward to collaborating with Janine Morigeau this year on a book on Tarot and these articles will be a great reference as we head into that major undertaking.

I'm also excited to provide some helpful overviews and comparisons of the designs of different Tarot decks and the different spreads used by readers. For those who are interested, I want to provide you with the tools to ask for the types of readings that you want and find the reader who is truly the best reader for you. 

It is going to be a great journey. I'm looking forward to it. 


Sean Lambert