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Topic: The Invisible Tarot by Enrique Enriquez Available
Message: Posted by: Nicholas (Feb 7, 2007 07:50PM)
I have a hunch that Enrique Enriquez has done it again. The Invisible Tarot is now available at MEVPRO Shop. for introductory of $25. This is very good news, indeed! Just thought I'd mention it for the benefit of those who loved his earlier ebook, The Invisible Gemstone.
Message: Posted by: slydini62 (Feb 8, 2007 07:35AM)
Where is the link?
Message: Posted by: Bill Cushman (Feb 8, 2007 08:18AM)
http://www.mevproshop.com/invisible-tarot.html

I haven't read mine yet but if this is anything like Invisible Gemstone we are in for a real treat. For those of you who don't have Invisible Gemstone, there is a deal right now on both.

Loren at Mevpro is saying this is even better than IG! Hard to imagine but I can't wait to see.
Message: Posted by: Tony Iacoviello (Feb 8, 2007 10:12AM)
Isn't that link for us subscribers and previous purchasers only?
(This item is not visible or available to regular visitors without that link)

I ordered mine this morning and cannot wait!

Tony
Message: Posted by: the Sponge (Feb 8, 2007 11:02AM)
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On 2007-02-08 11:12, Tony Iacoviello wrote:
Isn't that link for us subscribers and previous purchasers only?
(This item is not visible or available to regular visitors without that link)
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Yes it is. And I think that it is very rude and perhaps a breach of trust for this link to be given out for nothing.

it will be released for everyone 2/14/07.
Message: Posted by: pablovaldes (Feb 8, 2007 01:29PM)
Do I need a Tarot background? can I start from cero?. Or it is very convenient to buy also the Journey Within?

Thanks,
Pablo
Message: Posted by: tuffnavyrn (Feb 8, 2007 04:15PM)
Thank you for sharing this new release...top of my purchase list now!
Message: Posted by: Malchat (Feb 8, 2007 04:36PM)
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On 2007-02-08 14:29, pablovaldes wrote:
Do I need a Tarot background? can I start from cero?. Or it is very convenient to buy also the Journey Within?[/quote]

I'd say yes - many sitters are surprisingly educated about tarot readings and will call you out if you try to bluff your way through it. And your readings will be much richer if you can relate to the 'visible' tarot.

I personally recommend you start with 'The Invisible Gemstone' - just as powerful, unique, and easier for beginners.
Message: Posted by: sgrossberg (Feb 9, 2007 12:13AM)
Pablo - I would not recommend using Enrique's marvelous system without having a working knowledge of the Tarot. A good starting place is Eden Gray's "The Tarot Revealed." I also believe there's one of the "Idiot's Guides" out now, as well, that might serve you well.

That being said, Enrique's ebook is absolutely intriguing. - Scott
Message: Posted by: Bill Cushman (Feb 9, 2007 01:28AM)
Tony,

Can you pull the link?
Message: Posted by: pablovaldes (Feb 9, 2007 03:25AM)
Thank you, I will follow your advice, and I will background myself first, I do wanto to enter this world.

Sincerly,
Pablo
Message: Posted by: Tony Iacoviello (Feb 9, 2007 07:44AM)
Bill,
I'm a civilian now, I don't have the ability.

T
Message: Posted by: Bill Cushman (Feb 9, 2007 02:10PM)
I didn't know that Tony. As of when? I emailed Steve.
Message: Posted by: Jerome Finley (Feb 10, 2007 07:18PM)
It was an honor to see this process evolve with Enrique. Readings with the Invisible Tarot have been profound, to say the least.

This man has become a personal friend and hero of mine! The "Invisible Materials" are inspiring to work with, and very different. This borders on being "REAL" on so many levels and for me, it is!

I loved the Invisible Gemstone, and the Tarot is a bit more involved and can lend itself to a longer reading and connection. I use it, I love it.

Best,
Jerome.
Message: Posted by: Jim Poor (Feb 11, 2007 04:43PM)
This might be a silly question, but does one need to use a specific Tarot deck?

I am quite partial to the Gilded Tarot.

Thanks
Jim
Message: Posted by: Malchat (Feb 11, 2007 05:53PM)
Use any Tarot or none at all.

Loving it.
Message: Posted by: Dr Spektor (Feb 12, 2007 08:14PM)
Isht very goot, ja!

EE is a Wiley Coyote Genius!

Glad I am a repeat customer!
Message: Posted by: Harm (Feb 14, 2007 05:10PM)
Received mine today. Excellent work and easy to understand. You don't have to learn the complete Terot deck. Only the Major Arcana.
Message: Posted by: StrangeMagick (Feb 15, 2007 12:01PM)
I think this in another excellent release by Enrique. Loren know a great thing when he sees/reads it and release some excellent products in his own right.
I haven't had a chance to try this out yet, but plan to shortly. I like how this ties into the unconscious mind. Powerful stuff.

It's now available to the "public". Do yourself a favor and subscribe to the MindsEye View Proshop Newsletter (see http://www.mevproshop.com). I've purchased almost everything that Loren has put out.

Magickally,
Dave Birtwell
Message: Posted by: bevbevvybev (Feb 16, 2007 04:01PM)
Master of the propless reading and author of the brilliant 'Invisible Gemstone', Enrique has done it again with his small but perfectly formed 'Invisible Tarot' ebook.

Taking the idea of 'no gemstone' over to the idea of 'no tarot', Enrique has created a novel and evocative way to connect with someone and give them a unique reading experience that they will not forget using no tarot cards whatsoever. Not only that, it's incredibly fun to do, creates a strong bond between you and your client, and creates an openness and edgyness that only this kind of 'seat of your pants' style reading can give you. It's one of those things that you may at first be apprehensive of trying, but after a couple of goes you can't wait to do it again, which is what many people found with the 'Invisible Gemstone'. Looks good on paper, is great fun when you first try it, and then your mind races ahead with all the ways you can go with it to make it truly 'yours'.

Of course this is not for the beginner and more than a passing familiarity with the 22 trumps of the major arcana is required. However, anyone who's given readings for even a short period of time will have at least the major arcana committed to memory.

This system is very simple, but it is more complicated than the 'Invisible Gemstone' concept as quite simply there are a lot more visual cues in the major arcana, even if you are simply 'remembering' the cards. But there's a lot lot more to it than that! Don't be put off from buying this thinking 'it's just like the invisible gemstone but with tarot'. Well, it is, but it isn't. The way that Enrique decribes how to lead yourself and the client into a meaningful and useful visualization is what the contents of this ebook are all about. You can create extremely deep and exploratory readings using this system which goes way beyond what is capable with 'Inivisible Gemstone'.

With three examples of real life readings to show you just how far you can take things, and with a subtle twist which can add a little bit of 'wonder' to readings should the opportunity arise, 'Invisible Tarot' is yet another treat from Enrique which will eat away at you until you pluck up the courage to put it into practice. And when you do you'll be glad that you did.

I now have TWO things that I like to do on the spur of the moment when asked to do something, and alternating between I.G. and I.T. may be just about the most fun you can have giving readings to the extent I may leave my cards behind forever.

As I know that nobody carries tarot cards with them, or gemstones, but they ALL have a palm, I am good to go with three types of reading. The worst case scenario is that a guy with no hands shows up who has brought some stones and a Marseilles pack with them - then I'd have to resort to using props.
Message: Posted by: teejay (Feb 24, 2007 04:15AM)
I have the Invisible Gemstones book and think it is brilliant
The descriptions so far about the Invisible Tarot are very vague
Is it as good as or perhaps better than IG?
How many pages does it have?
To what extent do you have to learn the Major Arcana?
Do you have to know the names of them, the numbers, and/or the meanings?
How do you get past the stumbling block that none of the people being 'read'
have a knowledge of the Major Arcana?
Does the book cover this problem?
Is it a problem? In IG you are asking people to do something simple. The Major Arcana is not so simple
I realize that I am asking a lot of questions but I want to buy this and would
like a bit more info
PM if necessary
Cheers
TJ
Message: Posted by: Tony Iacoviello (Feb 24, 2007 10:27PM)
PMed you.
Message: Posted by: teejay (Mar 2, 2007 03:47PM)
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On 2007-02-24 23:27, Tony Iacoviello wrote:
PMed you.
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Hi Tony
I've got the book now and I am delighted with it
Many thanks
TJ
Message: Posted by: Bill Cushman (Mar 2, 2007 04:32PM)
I just posted this in Penny's:

Enrique is freaky smart and creative. As little attraction as Tarot has held for me, I was ready to commit the necessary to memory this method is so good.

It is like Enrique has found a way to systemize something that tends to defy being systemized. While the Tarot is a wonderful vehicle for this, the process he has defined in T.I.T. goes far beyond Tarot.

Enrique provided me a link to study what I needed to and I intended to use it. I still may. But right now, I'm working on applying the process to other instruments that evoke imagery and metaphor that are more familiar to me.

Distilling the system as he has is part of what is really striking about this achivement. Another part is a peek into Enrique's unique world. His manner of using the Tarot is very appealing to the psychologist in me.

Last (for me, not for The Invisible Tarot), is what a great guide this is to learning how to work with symbols and metaphor. I'll take it even further and this is what I was referring to in the second paragraph above; this is a great guide to learning how to work with the subconcious.
Message: Posted by: adramindmagic (Mar 11, 2007 10:32AM)
His logic is quite good. You can tell this man loves what he does and it spews fourth into his writings.
Message: Posted by: calexa (Mar 13, 2007 10:04AM)
How many pages does the ebook have (I know you should not assess the value of a publication by the number of pages but Im curious).

Thanks, Carsten
Message: Posted by: teejay (Mar 13, 2007 12:06PM)
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On 2007-03-13 11:04, calexa wrote:
How many pages does the ebook have (I know you should not assess the value of a publication by the number of pages but Im curious).
Thanks, Carsten
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It has 29 pages and for me it was brilliant
TJ
Message: Posted by: teejay (Jul 14, 2007 02:33PM)
It's still not on the site yet
TJ
Message: Posted by: Nicholas (Jul 14, 2007 08:23PM)
Try this. http://www.mevproshop.com/invisible-tarot.html
Message: Posted by: Seth speaks (Jul 15, 2007 02:14AM)
I think TJ might be referring to the new Invisible Readings, which is *brilliant* beyond compare, and not Invisible Tarot, which has been on the site for several months now. There is another thread around here about Enrique's latest opus, which I hope people contribute to. It is a TRULY amazing and exciting piece of work; it could be the last word on cold reading.

Oh, and it is up on the site now. Just go to the main page, and you'll see it:

http://www.mevproshop.com

Seth
Message: Posted by: teejay (Jul 15, 2007 04:29AM)
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On 2007-07-15 03:14, Seth speaks wrote:
I think TJ might be referring to the new Invisible Readings, which is *brilliant* beyond compare, and not Invisible Tarot, which has been on the site for several months now. There is another thread around here about Enrique's latest opus, which I hope people contribute to. It is a TRULY amazing and exciting piece of work; it could be the last word on cold reading.
Oh, and it is up on the site now. Just go to the main page, and you'll see it:
http://www.mevproshop.comhttp://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/search.php
Advanced
Seth
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Well spotted
You must be a Mindreader LOL
Thanks for the tip
TJ