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The Tarot is a secret system of symbols that has been used by kings, politicians, heretics, concubines, psychologists, gypsies, and occultists in the West for almost six hundred years. Today, the Tarot is becoming increasingly popular as people look for meaning and reassurance in our ever-changing and chaotic world. It is a form of spiritual counsel and can be used to seek answers to life's key questions: Will I find success in my chosen career? Will I find true love? What does ...
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Overview

The Tarot is a secret system of symbols that has been used by kings, politicians, heretics, concubines, psychologists, gypsies, and occultists in the West for almost six hundred years. Today, the Tarot is becoming increasingly popular as people look for meaning and reassurance in our ever-changing and chaotic world. It is a form of spiritual counsel and can be used to seek answers to life's key questions: Will I find success in my chosen career? Will I find true love? What does the future hold? Will I be happy?

This book can empower the reader by revealing the knowledge that each card brings, and how each reading can give a dynamic, individual, and contemporary understanding of relationships, events, and personalities. With ten specific spreads to follow, along with sample readings and an extensive interpretation for each card, How to Read Your Tarot Cards gives you the confidence to approach the cards holistically. Free from concentrating solely on the meaning of individual cards, you will begin to see them as a story or journey of life that gives you a clear picture of the past, present, and future.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781904991816
  • Publisher: CICO Books
  • Publication date: 4/15/2007
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     6
Tarot Traditions     8
Court and Clergy: Europe's First Tarot     8
Tarot as Trade     10
Knights and Gypsies     12
The Origins of the Minor Arcana     14
The Occult Revival: Egyptomania     16
Tarot Symbolism     20
Using Astrology with the Tarot     20
The Tarot and Kabbala     24
The Tarot Menagerie     28
The Tarot Rainbow     30
How to Lay the Cards     32
Tarot Readings     32
Three-card Readings     36
The Heart and Head Spread     38
The Star Spread     40
The Past, Present and Future Spread     42
The Celtic Cross     45
The Tree of Life Spread     48
The Horseshoe Spread     51
The Year Ahead Spread     53
The Month Ahead Spread     56
The Week Ahead Spread     58
What to Do if You Cannot Make Sense of a Reading     61
Interpreting the Cards
The Major Arcana     62
The Minor Arcana     110
Tarot Resources     155
Index     158
Acknowledgements     160
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    Tarot has always been an interest of mine. When I decided to learn how to read the cards I turned to this book. It's a great beginners guide to the tarot.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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