The Magic of Tarot

Includes a full deck of 78 specially commissioned tarot cards and a 64-page illustrated book

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About The Book

Unlock the magic of tarot with this beautifully illustrated book and card deck. The easy-to-use book explains how to interpret the cards in simple terms that you will find quick to remember and then put into practice in a reading

The Tarot has a 500-year history and most Western and Eastern cultures have created their own unique decks. The cards in this set, exquisitely illustrated by artist Emma Garner, express the rich imagery and symbols of the Tarot in a way that is both stunning and immediate. There are eight different card arrangements to try laying out, plus essential information on timing a reading; this is often omitted in Tarot instruction guides, even though the first question asked of a Tarot reader is often "When will these events happen?". Particular attention is also paid to interpreting the "people" or Court cards of the Minor Arcana, as these are often stumbling blocks for the new reader. Armed with the knowledge in this book, the reader will be able to make sense of a complete reading for him or herself or a friend, and use these inspiring cards to solve problems, identify opportunities, and ultimately divine the future.

About The Author

Liz Dean is the author of thirteen tarot decks and books, including The Art of Tarot, The Golden Tarot and The Victorian Steampunk Tarot, all published by CICO Books, as well as the official HBO Game of Thrones Tarot. Other books she has written for CICO include 44 Ways to Talk to Your Angels, How to Be Creative, and My Creativity Journal. She is a fully-qualified Angelic Reiki Master Teacher and provides angelic healing at Psychic Sisters in Selfridges department store in London. She lives near Sunderland, UK.

Product Details
  • Publisher: CICO Books (May 2019)
  • Length: 64 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781782497219

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