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There are hundreds of Tarot decks being published today. Llewellyn is very proud to be one of the world's leading publishers of Tarot decks. Tarot Plain and Simple by Anthony Louis helps you understand the meaning of the cards so you can give an excellent reading with any Tarot deck. Illustrated with the beautiful art of Robin Wood, you'll have no trouble relating the descriptions of the card meanings to any deck (although of course I hope you'll use one of ours!)
One of my favorite parts of this book is the sample readings. You can learn all the spreads and card meanings you like, but until you see how they are put together, you aren't giving a complete reading. This section will show you exactly how to do this. Traditionally, this is known as "synthesis." But remember, the title of this book is Tarot Plain and Simple. No need for fancy words here. Louis simply calls this section "Putting It All Together." Nothing could be more appropriate or easy to understand.
Don't mistake the notion of simplicity for being simplistic. This book avoids using confusing concepts or difficult language. It makes the unclear clear, the complex simple. It doesn't simplify, it clarifies. The result is that you will have a deeper and more intuitive understanding of the Tarot cards.
This book can really enhance your Tarot skills. Whether you are a beginning or advanced reader, you will find that studying this book will make your reading stronger and more accurate. That will help your readings become more intuitive. Try this book and add the zip your Tarot readings need. And if you're new to Tarot you'll be reading like a pro in no time!
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Fantastic. Seriously one of the best all encompassing Tarot books. Second only to Eden Gray's book. Louis second book about Beyond the Tarot is also very good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzhoukid32
A classic and the most used book in my tarot library. A great resource for the advanced beginner.Published 1 month ago by E. Johnson
This is the book I should have had years ago. If you are new to tarot, these definitions will give you a clear, concise card meaning without all the obtuse arcane bs.Published 3 months ago by Golden San
I love this book and recommend this to anyone who wants to learn Tarot. Easy and straight to the point.Published 4 months ago by Manuel
This is the most comprehensive book I have ever read on the subject of tarot. I got my first copy when it came out in 1996 and I have bought this book for friends and students many... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kidancer
Clear descriptions and nice overview for anyone beginning and curious about tarot.Published 5 months ago by Jeanine Berrios