The Ultimate Guide to Tarot

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A must have companion guide for reading all of the important elements, symbols and meanings of every Tarot card.

Discover the facts, myth, history, and mystery of the spiritual art of Tarot-reading. Whether you want to learn to read the cards or deepen your Tarot interpretation skills, The Ultimate Guide to Tarot honours the deep heritage of Tarot, while guiding you through practical techniques.

Tarot expert Liz Dean offers an overview to all of the important elements of each card from symbols, to links with astrology, kabbala and numerology. The Ultimate Guide to Tarot also includes all the classic tarot spreads - Celtic Cross, Horseshoe, Star and Astrological Year Ahead - plus, a mini-layout to try for each of the 22 major cards.

Learn how to combine the three essential ingredients of a great tarot reading: knowing the meaning of the cards, how to lay them out, and trusting the intuitive messages the images often spark within us during a reading. This synthesis is the true magic of tarot.

With the authority and confidence this book offers, The Ultimate Guide to Tarot will be the must-have companion for beginner readers and tarot aficionados alike.
 

Author bio:

Liz Dean is a professional tarot reader at Psychic Sisters in Selfridges, London. A bestselling tarot author, she has researched and read tarot since she happened upon her first tarot deck, the Morgan Greer, in 1989; later favourite decks included The Sacred Rose, Visconti Sforza and Rider Waite tarots. Liz is the author of six tarot/divination decks and books, including The Victorian Steampunk Tarot; Fairy Tale Fortune Cards, The Golden Tarot, The Mystery of the Tarot, The Love Tarot and the bestseller The Art of Tarot. Liz is also one of the 'Tarot Masters' included in Kim Arnold's eponymous collection of 38 essays.Liz is particularly interested in creative empowerment in tarot ?? using archetypes and tarot symbols as a pathway to intuition and psychic development, while researching the evidential origins of the earliest tarots in Renaissance Italy and their pre-occult usage. She is also a former Co-Editor of the UK's leading spiritual magazine, Kindred Spirit (2011-2013), and an award-winning poet. She lives in south London.

Paperback; 224 pp