Toni Allen is a professional tarot reader, astrologer, author and photographer.
I’ve been a professional tarot reader for about 30 years, and an astrologer for about 25. Now, thanks to the interenet, I have an International client database. My main website is creaking because I haven’t updated it for so long, but it’s still fully functional and full of lots of interesting information. www.toniallen.co.uk . A new build is underway, with lots of modern bits and pieces so that you can connect with me via Facebook and easily keep up to date with events that I’m offering readings at.
I offer private tarot/astrology sittings at my home in Surrey, phone readings, readings via Skype, parties, readings at corporate events, and tarot and astrology for business. I’ll add more details as I build my blog, but if you'd like to contact me via Facebook with an enquiry I’ll get straight back to you.
I also write books. I write non-fiction and fiction.
So far I’ve written two books on how to read tarot cards.
The System of Symbols, a new way to look at tarot is a comprehensive workbook outlining the symbolism of all 78 cards, full interpretations for all 78 cards, including reversals, and real life examples. I also teach you how to lay out a tarot spread, and associate the cards with the Bach Flower Remedies so that a reading can be used as a healing tool. Suitable for beginners and more avanced students.
Sex & Tarot is all about how the cards can be interpreted in connection with sex, and to a certain extent relationships. During a tarot reading clients often go very shy when I start talking about their sex lives, as if tarot isn’t truly exploring their entire lives and it should all be kept hush-hush. So, I thought I’d bring it out into the open. Suitable for beginners and advanced students Sex & Tarot is available in ePub format and can be read on your iPhone and many other tablets and readers. It’s an ideal book to have on your phone when practising tarot with your friends and having a fun evening.
Why should a man at a Surrey police station go ballistic because someone tries to visit Lilly, his elderly grandmother?
Detective Inspector Jake Talbot is intrigued, and this little puzzle might serve to distract him from sorrows of a Christmas past. Soon he is entangled with Frankie, an odd young man who claims to have met Lilly in her youth. Talbot dismisses the notion of time travel, but then discovers the Ministry of Defence has been monitoring Frankie since his friend disappeared ten years previously. Forced to work with the MOD, Talbot unearths family secrets and betrayals. The families act ruthlessly to prevent him from discovering the facts, colluding to ruin him.
If Frankie is innocent, Talbot won’t let him be victimised. An uneasy understanding grows between them as they follow the evidence, for only the truth will allow Frankie to visit Lilly.
Being Richard is a fast paced thriller about an immortal who’s tracked down by an organisation called the Special Investigation Department whose aim is to hunt for more immortals. Before their intereference he’s happy with his solitary life, but does need to secure a new identity before he starts to look far too young for the age he’s meant to be. He’s already dismissed the idea of being Richard Ridley, a baby who died at just three months old, because something about the youngster’s past disturbs him. No, Richard just doesn’t feel right. The Special Investigation Department, SID, force him to take on Richard’s identity, and as he digs around in Richard’s past he finds more than a little bad blood in his history. Life becomes dangerous, even for an immortal.