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The book gives a complete description of what each card means and how to interpret the meaning when shown. It shows the many different ways of how to do a reading, from the very simple three card, to a more in-depth reading. I enjoyed working with it, it is very easy to use and understand when using the book of meanings.
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This deck comes attractively packaged, with a nice little book outlining the history and modern practise of Tarot. Basically, it IS a deck for beginners, but lets face it - there are many, many wonderfully illustrated decks out there on the market, and this isn't one of them. What possessed Adam Fronteras to re-colour the classic Rider-Waite deck in such a hideous manner? The backgrounds on all but 4 cards are a boring, depressing sickly beige; skin tones vary from stark white to morbid mauve to fluro yellow to muddy brown; gone are the bright, hopefull colours; no more do the characters react with you - they merely sink into the recesses of pea-green soup. Beginners - if you want to own a good beginners deck and book, buy the original Rider-Waite deck, with the accompanying book written by Arthur Edward Waite himself. DO NOT BUY THIS SET!