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Tarot Masterclass

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Accessible and innovative, this comprehensive reference will deepen an understanding of tarot cards by providing detailed meanings for each card, including health, personality, and financial aspects; color charts for instant interpolations; readings for conflicting and reverse cards; and both spiritual and practical layouts. Focusing on the Rider Waite pack—the oldest and most widely used tarot deck—this manual also offers a thorough explanation of the court cards, which are often neglected in tarot guides. ...

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Overview

Accessible and innovative, this comprehensive reference will deepen an understanding of tarot cards by providing detailed meanings for each card, including health, personality, and financial aspects; color charts for instant interpolations; readings for conflicting and reverse cards; and both spiritual and practical layouts. Focusing on the Rider Waite pack—the oldest and most widely used tarot deck—this manual also offers a thorough explanation of the court cards, which are often neglected in tarot guides. Practical steps to psychic cleansing and protection combine with real-life stories to emphasize the important points of the tarot as well as give them worldly, topical meanings. Complete with never-before-seen charts of the major and minor arcana, this guide book will strengthen any readers’ skill and increase their confidence in this timeless art.

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"Intelligent and straightforward."   —Library Journal

Library Journal

Fenton-Smith, the author of many excellent books on clairvoyance and divination techniques, including the trifecta of Astrology Revealed, Palmistry Revealed, and The Tarot Revealed, continues his winning streak with this book. Its design complements the author's writing style, which is intelligent and straightforward. Fenton-Smith begins with a complete but uncomplicated introduction to the how's and why's of tarot. He then moves to the heart of the book-the interpretation of the 78 cards of the minor and major arcanas, covering their astrological and elemental correspondences, their general significance, and their meaning in terms of health, finances, and spiritual path in both the upright and reversed positions. Exercises for aiding memorization, developing interpretation, and refining questions for readings will benefit both beginners and experienced tarot readers. The color reference charts at the back, with brief interpretations for using the minor and major arcanas and court cards, basic maps for two different reading layouts, and information on the compatibility of suits, are a true bonus. Any library with a parapsychology shelf should have this on it.
—Janet Tapper

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781741751277
  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin Pty., Limited
  • Publication date: 11/1/2008
  • Pages: 346
  • Sales rank: 1,413,842
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author


Paul Fenton-Smith is the principal of the Academy of Psychic Sciences. A columnist and regular contributor to several magazines, he is the author of Astrology Revealed, Mastering the Tarot, Palmistry Revealed, and True North.
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