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Tarot: Beginners Guide to Tarot Cards Fortune Telling (Fortune Telling, Tarot Reading, Arcana, Beginners Guide)

Learn the ancient art of Tarot Card Reading

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to learn the basics of Tarot reading and its different applications to your daily life.

The Tarot is the product of centuries of accumulated wisdom from wise men of the past. It is derived from myth, magic knowledge and science; thus, every time you consult the cards, you are seeking the wisdom of ancient truth-seekers. Back in the Middle Ages, alchemists refer to the secrets of nature as Arcana. The Major and Minor Arcana of the Tarot can be linked to an ancient book of knowledge, a compilation of secrets that encompass the universe. Think of what it could mean to have that kind of knowledge laid out in front of you, to be able to decipher that powerful information. Through this book, you’ll learn about the Tarot, its origins and its infinite benefits.

The Tarot is a powerful language that breaks through the barriers of time, semantics, culture and geography. Regardless of your age, gender, race or creed, the cards will tell your story. Through this book, you’ll uncover the meaning behind different cards and how to interpret them to shed illumination to your past, present and future.

In this book you will learn…

  • Introduction to Tarot reading and the origin of the cards
  • Explanation of the Major and Minor Arcana, their meaning and how to read them
  • How Tarot cards are relevant in everyday life decisions
  • As a beginner, what are the ways to incorporate tarot reading into my daily routine
  • And much, much more
  • Download your copy today and start improving your life with wisdom from ancient truth-seekers!

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Tags: Guide, TELLING, Arcana, Beginners, FORTUNE, Reading, Cards

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