The Golden Dome School is pleased to offer a “Tarot Initiates” training program.

In the last 15 years of reading Tarot cards for herself and her community, Eliza Swann has developed a system of intuitive Tarot study based on combined practices of energy healing, hypnosis, alchemy, and ceremonial magic. During this course, you will learn the foundational lore and symbolism contained within the Tarot, the Golden Dome system of ethics for readers, how to offer readings and reflections, and how to work with the Tarot ceremonially.

To become a Golden Dome School Tarot Initiate, you must complete one six hour class series, and one hundred hours of personal study, followed by a one on one check-in at the end of your hundred hours. This program is suitable for beginning and advanced practitioners alike who are searching for a systematic study of Tarot history, symbolism and practice.

An overview of the course:

7-hour group tarot course = $111 – 222

100 hours of personal study guided by a workbook = free

1.5 hour check-in with Eliza = $150


What is the purpose of receiving this type of initiation? Many tarot practitioners are self taught, and this is a perfectly valid way to work with this tool. The “Tarot Initiation” is for folks who feel more comfortable receiving a formal system for study and practice. You will be initiated into the cosmologies and ethical practices of the Golden Dome School’s system of magic and divination.

What if I don’t want to become a professional Tarot reader? No problem!┬áThis course is of benefit to those who want to use it to open their understanding of the Tarot, to develop a personal practice, or for those who wish to develop a professional practice.

I am brand new to the Tarot – can I participate? Yes – anyone at any level of experience is welcome.

Will you tell me what deck to purchase? We will be learning with the Marseilles. Any deck that is a Tarot deck with 78 cards will work (not an Oracle Deck). I request that you do not use the Thoth deck – this will be thoroughly explained in class.

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