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Tarot for Beginners: An Easy Guide to Understanding & Interpreting the Tarot (For Beginners (Llewellyn’s))

The Tarot is much more than a simple divining tool. While it can give accurate and detailed answers to questions when used for fortune-telling, it can also lead you down the road to self-discovery. This text tells the reader how to use the Tarot cards for meditation and self-enlightenment, as well as for divination. It offers a straightforward definition of the meaning of each card that can be applied to any system of interpretation, with any Tarot deck, using any card layout. The book also requires no prior knowledge of the Tarot. It provides an overview of the cards of the Major and Minor Arcana in terms of their origin, purpose and interpretive uses as well as clear, in-depth descriptions and interpretations of each card.

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2 comments on “Tarot for Beginners: An Easy Guide to Understanding & Interpreting the Tarot (For Beginners (Llewellyn’s))

  1. Great, but not for me. I think this book is put together very well, and the author is obviously quite knowledgeable. The book SHOULD be a great resource… but it hasn’t really succeeded for me.I’m a tarot beginner, and really haven’t gotten anything out of this book that I didn’t find better, more complete, and more accessible on various web sites for free. The card interpretations are so traditional (and often very pessimistic) and so at odds with those offered by the creator of my deck, the sites I’ve browsed, and my own intuition, that trying to do readings with them just left me more confused (and unnecessarily freaked out). I’ll probably end up returning or selling my copy and trying to find something more helpful.I know everyone’s tarot experience is going to be different, and so I’m sure this book will help many people. I’m just not going to be one of them.

  2. Not for the superstitious If you are the least bit superstitious, skip this rendition of “Tarot for Beginners.” Nobody needs to psych themself out unnecessarily with “The Nine of Swords fortells death, failure, utter despair … an implacable enemy, evil fate!” And “The Ace of Swords … Triumph by Force” is not necessarily such a positive suggestion either. However, the book is quite clear and well written. (Some of the cards are actually rather flattering.) So, if you are ever asked to do a tarot reading for someone comtemplating a criminal enterprise or other evil deeds, you may find just the material you need here to convince them they’re jinxed.

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