Created especially for beginners, the Easy Tarot kit is the easiest way to learn to read Tarot cards. In the Easy Tarot Handbook, author Josephine Ellershaw shares tips, shortcuts, and time-saving techniques gained from more than thirty years of experience reading Tarot cards. Using the beautiful Gilded Tarot deck, you'll learn how the seventy-eight cards link to one another and provide insight as their unique energies merge in the Cross of Truth, the Celtic Cross, and other spreads. There is even a list of card combinations that commonly indicate specific events-such as pregnancy, a wedding, a new job, and more. Also included in the Easy Tarot Handbook: • A quick guide to card meanings • Sample readings, safeguards, and ethical guidelines • Tips on keeping a Tarot diary • Troubleshooting advice that addresses questions such as, "What if the cards don't seem to connect?"
The word "pithy" means to capture the essence of something in a way that is concise, succinct, and to the point. Consequently, the pithy meanings in this book are brief, easy to remember interpretations for the Tarot cards. And more than that, they will stimulate further insights when you think about them. There are about a thousand pithy meanings in this book for you to consider. They range from being fun and amusing to profound and inspirational. Some are famous quotes or aphorisms, and others are philosophical truths; some give advice, and others warnings; some are spiritual insights, and others are more like what we traditionally call "fortunes." If you are a Tarot novice, these meanings reveal the power of the Tarot cards in the quickest, easiest way possible. If you are already an experienced Tarot reader, they are a fun way to deepen your understanding of the cards.NOTE: For more about the Tarot, see my blog: "James Ricklef's Tarot Blog"
Here, the Hierophant becomes the High Priest, Wheel of Fortune becomes Wheel of the Year, and Judgement becomes Karma. Based on the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith deck and filled with images that speak to today's magickal practitioner, witchcraft takes center stage in this stunning deck designed by highly respected Witch and Tarot reader Ellen Dugan. Featuring the vibrant artwork of award-winning artist Mark Evans, Witches Tarot is the perfect combination of Tarot and the Craft. In addition to card descriptions and meanings, Dugan's companion guide features spell-enhancing spreads—such as the Triple Goddess Spread, the Four Elements Spread, and the Wheel of the Year Spread—that you can use in both Tarot readings and magickal practice.
Get started with quick and easy tarot fundamentals
Author: Kathleen Olmstead
Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Unlock life's mysteries and hidden paths with this quick and easy guide to tarot. For centuries, people have turned to tarot to discover more about their friendships, their careers, their love lives, and themselves. Tarot can help you forge deeper relationships with those who are important to you, understand why patterns repeat in your life, and discover how you can take hold of your future. With definitions of each of the major and minor arcana as well as easy to follow instructions for readings that you can do on your own or with others, A Beginner’s Guide to Tarot has everything you need to get started. And for those who are ready to go further, this guide also contains detailed instructions on how to create your own cards and spreads to further explore the potential of tarot.
A #1 Divination Bestseller! Learn the traditional meanings of all 78 cards in the modern tarot, and how tarot cards evolved. Experience the cards through daily meditations that work with magical elements. Find out how to prepare for every reading and allow you intuition to unfold. Discover six different ways to lay out your cards for readings. The e-reader version of this book features gorgeous full color watercolor illustrations from the Aquatic Tarot deck, while the print version is black-and-white.
The Beginners Guidebook to the Ancient Art of Tarot Card Meanings and Spreads
Author: Michele Gilbert
***Free On Kindle Unlimited!*** What Do The Cards Say?Discover The Ancient Art Of Reading Tarot Cards,Tarot Cards have been around for a long time and they have an irresistible and undeniable power on those that take the reading. Even those who consider themselves learned or the educated who are above such fabled superstitions cannot help but see that there is something powerful behind the cards, whether they want to admit it or not. What The Cards SayEveryone has a fascination with the mystery of the unknown. And who wouldn't like to know or change their future circumstance.Tarot cards are by far the most popular of all the fortune telling mediums. Tarot cards give easy to understand clues and quick and easy answers to the questions and mysteries of your unknown future. Begin to explore the cards as a beginner, and learn to read the cards to understand what the future holds. A Quick Preview...What Do The Cards Say?A Brief History of Enchantment The Seeker and the Reader:The Major Arcana:The Minor ArcanaSpreadshe Last ReadWould You Like To Know More?DOWNLOAD:Tarot: Reading Tarot Cards The Beginners Guidebook To The Ancient Art Of Tarot Card Meanings And Spreads Scroll back up to the top of the page and select the BUY now button Tags:Tarot Cards, Tarot Cards For Beginners, Beginners Guide To Tarot, Wicca, Wicca for Beginners, Crystals, Witches, Witchcraft, Spells, Paganism, Rituals, Tarot Cards, Tarot, Tarot for Beginners, Tarot Reading, Palm Reading
The tarot is a pack of 78 playing cards used by mystics and occultists for foretelling the future as well as for giving you a peek into your spiritual and mental pathway. Tarot cards have existed since the mid-15th century in various parts of the European continent. However, at that point it was basically used to play card games, such as French tarot or the Italian tarocchini. The word itself is derived from the Italian word "tarocchi", a word which has no known origin. Some believe that the word is related to the Taro River in northern Italy. Others believe that the word originated from an Arabic word, "turuq", which means "ways". The cards seem to have come from Mamluk, Egypt in the 14th century. At that point in time, the suits were Staves, Cups, Coins and Swords; quite similar to the suits that exist these days. In Europe, the first tarot card deck was created in Milan, Ferrara and Bologna in northern Italy. This was between the years 1430 and 1450. The original purpose of the tarot was to play games. In the 18th century, the tarot began to be used for divination purposes. Manuscripts from the era reveal that there was a specific way of laying out the cards and there was a divinatory meaning associated with each card. The tarot has four suits, but this can vary depending on the region. Jean-Baptiste Alliette, popularly known as Etteilla, was the first to create a tarot deck especially for the purposes of divination. This 78-card deck has two distinct parts. Take advantage of this great opportunity to understand the tarot quickly and easily!