If you liked A Guide to Tarot Card Meanings, you’ll love the second book in this series — A Guide to Tarot Card Reading. Inside, you’ll find step-by-step techniques for reading cards with accuracy and confidence, plus insider insights and applications for the deck you won’t find anywhere else.
Choose a Deck. From hundreds of decks on the market, find one you’ll love.
Design Spreads. Create layouts of cards to enhance meanings and see them in context.
Learn to Read. Follow step-by-step instructions to gain insights for yourself and others.
Avoid Cons. Learn to protect yourself from con artists posing as Tarot readers.
Tarot History. Explore a brief (true!) history of the deck that few people know.
New Apps. Extend your skills with 13 additional fun applications for Tarot cards.
Best of all, this book’s unique approach honors both practical and mystical approaches to the cards — so A Guide to Tarot Card Reading helps you begin reading cards in the way that works best for you.
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I’ve published this book under a Creative Commons “share and share alike” license — which means you’re free to revise, remix, or repackage it in any way you like. You could integrate the text into your next Tarot class handouts, for example, or use it on your website — all without any worry about copyright infringement … even if you charge for your materials!
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