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The Only Tarot Book You'll Ever Need: Gain insight and truth to help explain the past, present, and future. Paperback – February 1, 2008
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Written by New Age author Skye Alexander, The Only Tarot Book You'll Ever Need presents Tarot fundamentals in an engaging, immensely readable format. From suit explanations to numerology, color symbolism to court cards, this 184-page soft cover book published by Adams Media (2008) serves as an excellent introduction to Tarot.
The Only Tarot Book You'll Ever Need contains material adopted and abridged from The Everything® Tarot Book (2nd Edition 2006), also written by the author, providing the core tenets from that book delivered with tighter writing and a more accessible layout.
Here are some of the topics admirably covered by Ms.Read more ›
I'd be receiving - This book totally fits the cards
I've drawn thus far - I love the layout of the book
and what the Author did with it
I'd recommend this to anyone who works with Tarot
I would definitely buy more from this Author
I feel that perhaps if I had actually been reading this book with the intent to use the cards for divination purposes, I may have been a bit overwhelmed. I would expect a book seemingly geared toward beginners to have simplified the lists of potential card meanings, whereas what I get from this book is "Each card can mean a lot of different things, including some things that aren't listed here". But, such is the nature of symbolism.
I admit some skepticism regarding the provided history of the tarot. It seems to have ignored information of the written record we have on the tarot (that it was initially created and used primarily for card games) and replaced it with speculation of its divination uses prior to this, presenting it as indisputable fact. Given that this is a book geared toward its use for divination, I think it is reasonable for the book to include the more speculative information and that which is believed be passed down through oral tradition. I just think that there is a place for the more mundane history of the tarot as well.Read more ›
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I love this book. It's small and concise but very practical. I like how it explains what the cards are made up of (numbers, colors, etc. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Love to Read
I'm not new to Tarot and I found this book to be interesting!
I have a lot of Tarot books and this is one of my favorites because it doesn't delve so much into the "spiritual" stuff but also gives good meanings for several areas. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Maria Molinari
This is an excellent introductory book to tarot. I do wish it had a couple more spreads or a glossary of the different types of decks that could be used in tarot readings.Published 11 months ago by Randi L Rubin
really good book, looking forward to using it to better my skills in the tarot :)Published 15 months ago by kim simon