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Mastering the Tarot: Basic Lessons in an Ancient Mystic Art (Signet)

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3 comments on “Mastering the Tarot: Basic Lessons in an Ancient Mystic Art (Signet)

  1. A great book to study the Rider-Waite deck. I’ve read half a dozen tarot beginner’s book or so in the past two years or so, and this is definitely the best I’ve seen.

  2. The best book for self-teaching Tarot This book was recommended to me years ago. It is absolutely the best book for self-teaching Tarot and I have used it in all the classes I’ve taught. Gray does not just present card meanings, but the basis for the Tarot’s symbolism. The book is set up in small, logical lessons. Starter reading patterns and sample readings are also included. Finally, it’s also a great reference. For use with any standard Rider-Waite deck.

  3. Okay Book I’m new to tarot and have the Universal Waite deck and bought this book to help me learn about using them. I found it not as helpful as I had hoped. I have since purchased “Learning the Tarot” by Joan Bunning and this is a whole lot better, for me. It gives much more indepth explainations for each card. In this book, Mastering the tarot, it’s not a bad book by any means but it’s a small paperback and therefore doesn’t leave much room for explainations. It’s a good book for beginner’s but I prefer one that has more to offer.

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