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Tarot Deck and Book Set for Dummies with Book

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  • Posted April 26, 2010

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    It was a good start-up

    I liked that you got the deck and the book in one. Amber Jayanti goes into detail about each card and what exactly the tarot is. I appreciate that she makes the point that tarot isn't a devil-worshipping practice. The one thing I can say that I didn't really like was that instead of giving exact interpretations about each card she has a list of questions. The point is that when you are doing self-readings to see if the questions are relevant to your situation. The only thing is as a beginner I would confuse myself. :) So, i would've liked a more exact interpretation. But, besides that I loved it. I think it's pretty awesome that it comes with a Rider-Waite deck because a lot of other books that I looked at also use this deck.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2009

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    Good for beginners

    This set was good for me as a complete beginner to the tarot. It gave me a tarot card set and some guidance on how to use it. The author explains the cards by using questions rather than stating what this card generally means. I prefer more direct guidance when starting. I will use the questions she presents as I further study the tarot, but more direct guidance would have been welcome in this book, as my first tarot book.

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