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The Tarot Workbook: An IQ Book for the Tarot Practitioner Hardcover – 27 Sep 2002


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In a question-and-answer format, this book introduces a number of theoretical spreads of tarot cards, using the most popular forms, and invites the reader to interpret different situations. Sample questions help you work through the spreads and interpret them.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e8ec474) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x9e9edc6c) out of 5 stars Excellent beginner book... 11 Mar. 2007
By Keith in Phoenix - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I recently bought this book - I have dozens of Tarot books - What is different about this one is that not only does it give meanings for each card, it teaches you to interpret several cards, taking into account the modified meanings cards take on when seen in combination with others - It teaches you with a question/answer format using 3 spreads, the Bohemian, the Romany, and the Celtic Cross - It is illustrated with Kathleen McCormack's 'Beginner's Tarot Deck', which is colorful, cheery, and has clear symbolism -
HASH(0x9e8b4d5c) out of 5 stars Some are deeper, few are as pretty. 8 Dec. 2015
By scoraccio3 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Nice quality full-color learning tool, print edition is the way to go. Likely more suited to the beginner/maybe intermediate who uses a Waite deck (though I think the author is using a flavor of Marseilles).

Covers ethical considerations and the card-reading process. Integrated within are sets of questions which are answered on following pages - so self-quizzing is possible.

At the end is a basic, if thoughtful, review of the 78 cards. Just common interpretation; no whys or symbolic analysis or historic origins - Kabbalah who? Golden Dawn what? None of that. Does it matter? I don't know.

Overall, a nice bit of work with a pleasant delivery. It leans a bit further on the spiritual side rather than the mystical for my taste, but that's just personal preference.

I like the workbook idea, and there may be room in the market for something more technical as well.

This book would make a nice gift for someone starting out. If they then want to learn more - it's all out there and few, if any, are this pretty.
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