The Complete Idiot's Guide to Tarot, 2nd Edition (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jul 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 384 pages
3 Reviews
Now updated and revised, this guide to how a Tarot deck is used to reveal one's destiny is an informative overview for longtime practitioners and a clear introduction to New Age explorers.
  

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User Review  - 1cscheid - Overstock.com

I love the way the author helps you pay attention to the card's details to help you uderstand and remember the meanings. I know how to read the tarot, and I am glad I bought this book b/c it has ... Read full review

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User Review  - *heartrl* - Goodreads

Picked this up because it's my friends favorite book about the tarot. It's interesting, clear and has a lot of information. It's an easy read and a helpful tool if you read tarot for fun or seriously. I like that it includes information on Numerology, astrology and history of the tarot. Read full review

Contents

I
1
III
3
IV
15
V
27
VII
39
VIII
41
IX
51
XI
69
XXIV
169
XXV
189
XXVI
209
XXVII
229
XXIX
247
XXX
249
XXXII
261
XXXIII
277

XII
83
XIII
85
XV
101
XVII
115
XIX
129
XX
143
XXI
157
XXII
159
XXXIV
293
XXXV
311
XXXVI
313
XXXVII
325
XXXVIII
333
XXXIX
351
XL
355
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About the author (2003)

Arlene Tognetti is the co-author of all five books in 'The Intuitive Arts' series and has been studying Tarot and astrology since the 1970's and started her own practice in 1980. She began teaching the Tarot at the University of Washington in the Experimental College in 1982 and currently teaches the Tarot at Pierce College in Tacoma, Washington.

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