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Easy Tarot
Learn to Read the Cards Once and For All!

Over 200,000 sold!

By: Josephine Ellershaw, Ciro Marchetti
Imprint: Llewellyn
Specs: Boxed Kit | 9780738711508
English  |  240 pages | 5 x 8 x 2 IN
Pub Date: May 2007
Retail Price: $19.95
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PRODUCT SUMMARY

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?"


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