The Symbols of Tarot

The Symbols of Tarot

3.9 7
by Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni
     
 

This dictionary of Tarot symbols and their meanings is well organized and puts the information at your fingertips. It includes all of the symbols that are normally found on Tarot cards.

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This dictionary of Tarot symbols and their meanings is well organized and puts the information at your fingertips. It includes all of the symbols that are normally found on Tarot cards.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044399297
Publisher:
Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni
Publication date:
03/07/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
32,813
File size:
239 KB

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Meet the Author

Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni is a Shaman, Wisdom Teacher, and Healer. Her spiritual gifts and expansive insights are a native part of her being. She enjoys transforming the mysterious into the obvious and Tarot is one of her favorite tools for doing this. Her professional expertise comes from nearly thirty years of helping people create fulfilling and happy lives. Her broad insight into the layers of wisdom available through Tarot has evolved as a result of providing thousands of readings for people from all walks of life. Laughing Womyn is deeply rooted in the traditions of her ancestors and enthusiastically engaged in the traditions being reclaimed and those being created by our rapidly expanding human consciousness. She carries a vision of celebration between all beings and all ways of being. She remembers each one of us is capable of profound delight in this magnificent journey through life on the physical plane.

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The Symbols of Tarot 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A free, in-depth guide at every symbologic meaning in the tarot, universal enough to be used as reference for any deck. Of course it is encouraged for readers to divine our own meanings for cards and readings, but it's not bad to use this as a start. Plus, it can help broaden our perspective on meanings for well-known symbols, as well as introduce new meanings to difficult or new symbols. The only downside is that since it is an eBook, it's not the most comfortable thing in the world in regards to referencing back and forth through the book, but it's free and I'm not complaining. Definitely recommend it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kinda jank. I'm really into this kind of stuff, but this just sucked. Even though it was free, it's not worth getting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This seems like a good reference including everything from colors, to animals, to even moon phases. What I thought was odd though is that not all the animals in the RWS deck were covered, no Rams, Bulls, etc. It hits the mark with most of the symbols and covers other decks as well but it's not quite all inclusive so for me it loses points there.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Barnes and noble is in trouble donate and pasd it on
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I juat got this book and havent opened it but now i feel like im gonna die xD omg idk if i should be scared or amused at myself. I am into witch type things and fortunes and telling.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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