The Lovers' Tarot: For Affairs of the Heart

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Macmillan, Feb 3, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 208 pages
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For questions on love, sex, and relationships.

The Lovers' Tarot has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide, and is now revised and expanded to celebrate its 10th anniversary. This new edition includes the four suits of the Minor Arcana, and has additional card spreads with sample readings offering a wealth of advice for all affairs of the heart.

Love is the center of all our emotions. It inspires romance and passion, but can also herald doubts and fears. Most of all, love is elusive and so we often feel the need for guidance and insight into our most urgent longings and desires. The Lovers' Tarot will help you to identify potential blocks to your romantic happiness and fulfillment, and now offers even more understanding than before.

* Now with 78 beautiful cards in color
* Includes 208-page book of instruction
* Instantly accessible interpretations
 

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Contents

The Major Arcana
14
0 The Fool
16
1 The Magician
22
2 The High Priestess
28
3 The Empress
34
4 The Emperor
40
5 The Hierophant
46
6 The Lovers
52
21 The World
142
The Minor Arcana
148
The Aces
150
The Twos
154
The Threes
156
The Fours
158
The Fives
160
The Sixes
162

7 The Chariot
58
8 Strength
64
9 The Hermit
70
10 The Wheel of Fortune
76
11 Justice
82
12 The Hanged Man
88
13 Death
94
14 Temperance
100
15 The Devil
106
16 The Tower
112
17 The Star
118
18 The Moon
124
19 The Sun
130
20 Judgement
136
The Sevens
164
The Eights
166
The Nines
168
The Ten
170
The Pages
172
The Knights
176
The Queens
180
The Kings
184
Using the Lovers Tarot
188
The Lovers Tarot Layouts
189
About the Author
206
Further Reading
207
Acknowledgements
208
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About the author (2004)

Jane Lyle writes on psychology, sex, and sociology and has taught tarot for many years. She is also the author of The Renaissance Tarot and The Cup of Destiny.

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