The Tarot for Today. Being Notes Relative To The Twenty-Two Paths Of The Tree Of Life and The Tarot Trumps Together With A New Way Of Approach To This Ancient Symbol, More Suited To The Present Aquarian Age, And Entitled The Horus Arrangement.
London: The Zeus Press, 1963. First edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 256pp. Blue cloth with gilt titling to spine, frontis, summary, appendices, index, b&w illustrations and frontispiece. A serious study of the tarot as occult tool. Mary K. Greer described the book as "a study of Crowley’s material in the 'Book of Thoth'" (which at the time of publication was impossible to locate) although at a superficial glance the Crowley connection is not immediately obvious.
Vintage shelf wear, page edges darkened and pages toned but unmarked. The dust jacket has the wear and a couple of tears, with marks and darkened.