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Simple Fortunetelling with Tarot Cards: Corrine Kenner's Complete Guide
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Simple Fortunetelling with Tarot Cards: Corrine Kenner's Complete Guide [Kindle Edition]

Corrine Kenner
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Some call tarot a tool for meditation and self-development. Others claim these seventy-eight cards offer a glimpse of the future. So, which is right?

According to Corrine Kenner, all of the above! Practical, fun, and easy-to-use, this guide will show you how to combine wisdom from the cards with your intuition and common sense to achieve a new understanding of the past, present, and future. Kenner introduces the basics—why tarot works, its colorful history, spreads, ethics, giving readings—along with practical techniques for timing predictions and enhancing your psychic skills. The personality of each card is brought to life through myth and legend, numerical and astrological symbolism, and keywords gleaned from legendary occult scholars. You'll soon learn how to read these classic images and, with practice, divine meaning from signs and symbols in everyday life, too.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5452 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (8 Nov 2007)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003AQBIU2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #762,374 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Corrine Kenner specializes in bringing metaphysical subjects down to earth.

She has written more than a dozen books, including Tarot and Astrology, Tarot for Writers, Astrology for Writers, and Tarot Journaling. She's also the creator of The Wizards Tarot and The Epicurean Tarot, and she's the co-creator of The Tarot of Physics.

Much of her work has been translated for a worldwide audience: her books and decks are available in Chinese, French, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and Spanish.

A former newspaper reporter and magazine editor, Kenner has also edited five anthologies and several astrological publications, including Llewellyn's Astrological Calendar, Daily Planetary Guide, and Sun Sign Book.

Corrine was raised on a family farm in North Dakota, close to the Canadian border in the central United States. She has lived in Brazil and Los Angeles, where she earned a degree in philosophy from California State University. She now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband Dan, a software developer. They have four daughters who range in age from 11 to 24.

You can find her website at

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4.0 out of 5 stars Ask and the answer is there 8 Nov 2009
By Gypsy
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Love this book. It explains reading the cards in a friendly, easy manner. All the questions I have wanted answers to are answered. Only fault is the size, the book is quite large to handle, a smaller book-size would improve it. However the contents are great.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a must buy 1 April 2012
By joanne
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This book by Corrine Kenner is a must buy for anyone interested in Tarot, I have many books on tarot but this book puts everything in such simple terms,from numerology to astrology to symbolisim every word is user friendly, I really cant rate this book high enough and have ordered more of Corrines books, I hope they are as good as this little gem. I know I will be referring to this great book in the future, my only regret is I didnt buy this book first.
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3.0 out of 5 stars only ok 27 Jan 2012
I was expecting a lot more from this book i must say. Tho i did enjoy how she goes in depth on astrology of every card and symbolism in each card and on numerology tho i did find it silly how for example every ace in the book had a long description of what the number one means, what she wrote for each ace was same, why didn't she just have a chapter for numerology so she wouldn't have to copy and paste the paragraph into every ace in the tarot book! she did same for all the minor arcana cards!
Although i did enjoy her own little twist on all the card meanings, and she has it all very user friendly which i did enjoy.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely Worth Investing In If You Love Tarot 29 Jan 2008
By Lover of Books - Published on
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I find I really like the way the Author shows 3 cards - Rider-Waite, Llewellyn & Crowley explaining each one for each card - I also like the way the author further gives keywords for each card
Overall I feel it worth the investment & if others love Tarot the way I do and want a book that will help explain the cards - this book will do it
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to understand 13 May 2009
By K. Parrish - Published on
I'm about half way through the book right now, it's very easy to understand, even with the more detailed information. Card descriptions show three different artist's renderings so you can get a better idea. Great starter book that I know I will be referring to for years.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best beginner book on Tarot! 1 Jan 2010
By Fred Jones - Published on
I absolutely love this book. It covers the numerology, card definitions, reversals and a little history on the cards as well. If you're a beginner, I can't recommend this book highly enough. It DOES NOT come with any Tarot cards.
3.0 out of 5 stars mehhhhhhh nothing much 23 Mar 2014
By neobella - Published on
good book????hmmm well yeah good as short pocket guide to 3 different decks (rider waite, llewelly and liber t) nothing esoteric or astrologic..its good for any beginner who owns those 3 decks but as for advanced students ? you will find nothing much or new
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good book but could be more extensive 25 July 2008
By N. Mentor - Published on
I saw this book in the bookstore and immediately like how it was written. The author's style is very clear and down to earth. There was no high-flung mystical symbolism requiring you to study in order to 'get it'. And I like the author's interpretations of what the cards could mean within the context of giving advice or predicting an outcome. I especially liked how the author mentioned how cards indicate timeframes (hours, days, seasons, etc.) I've only seen that in Duquette's book, "The Chicken Qabalah" (Tarot chapter), which imho is too verbose and pretentious to be used as a practical reference for the non-magician Tarot reader.

However I had two issues with the book. First, although the author included 'key words' to help readers remember what the cards were about, I saw cases where the prediction provided didn't correlate with the key words. Secondly, I thought the book "Tarot made Easy" did a better job with providing plausible readings for just about any scenario a person could possible have for wanting a Tarot reading. "Simple Fortunetelling..." only provided one or two predictions, requiring the reader to still figure out how the interpretation would be modified for say, a job interview or a non-romantic relationship. When doing a reading, not all the cards in a spread predict an outcome. Usually, several cards help to describe a situation with one card being the 'outcome' card or the reader sees the cards and deducts whether the outcome is favorable or not. So I felt the book was lacking in accomodating those viewpoints as well.
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