Trailer Ê Tarot PDF by ↠´ Gabby Benson I got this on my kindle, it was a really low price maybe even free, can t recall so I figured I would see how deep it goes into Tarot This book doesn t go too deeply, however, into Tarot and the meanings Its good as like a quick read but I definitely wouldn t recommend it if you really want one book or even an introductory book into describing Tarot cards.
It wasn t a waste of time though, it def helped me brush up on what I did know.
This Clear Introduction To The Ancient Arts Of Tarot Gives Beginners All The Information Needed To Start Learning About Themselves And Others Through The Cards Advice Is Given On What Sort To Buy, Where To Get Them And How To Use Them Fully Illustrated In Colour, Each Chapter Concentrates On A Different Aspect Of The Craft, Explaining All The Meanings And Possible Interpretations, And Ends With A Short Practice Section The Final Chapter Gives A Sample Reading And The Most Popular Spreads Currently In Use Throughout The Book, The Emphasis Is On The Positive Aspects Of Tarot And Using The Cards As A Tool For Gaining Self Knowledge, While Exploring The Present And Future Possibilities Nice, clear and concise beginner Tarot book.
Bonus points for test questions after each section Interpretations are tight and consistent with the standard ones though little attention is played to the symbology other than in translation The Reversed meaning sare covered specifically, so that s nice.
What looks like the original Rider Waite deck is used called Tarot Classic here , so that limits it somewhat, though most beginners are going to grab one of the Rider Waite decks.
Lastly, it has a very complete section of 7 Spreads including Bohemian.
If I were picking a book for someone I knew with which they could start Tarot, I d probably go with this one and a Rider deck Can t go wrong.
GoodGood basics Great for beginners or refresher for old pros It was easy to understand and quite enjoyable Give it a look if Tarot interests you.
Tarot A Beginners Guide This is a must read for anyone starting out in the Tarot arts Lots of information condensed into a few paragraphs Well written for a layman s understanding which , at the beginning of learning the art of Tarot is much appreciated I am actually going to source this book in material form, so I can refer back to when ever my heart desires Also a book that can be read in one sitting 10 10 Thank you, thank you, thank you xx
The book starts with an explanation of the Major and Minor Arcanas, and proceeds to explore the cards meanings right side up as well as that of their inverted position The progression through the minor Arcana is done with an introduction about the suit itself, followed by an explanation of each card There is also a section illustrating describing various possible spreads Each section ends with some questions to help the reader recall understand what they ve just read.
Despite some glaring typos Heirophant in many places instead of Hierophant , I thought this was an easy to read