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Complete Book of Tarot Spreads

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Publisher Comments:

Here you'll find 122 different layouts with information on when and how to use them. Start with personal day and year cards, and learn how to relate Tarot to your own interests, in order to find specific blind spots and personal resistances, as well as how to look for new chances and unexpected directions. Then you progress to the larger and theme cards, and learn to interpret networks of cards and also "to view every card as a world by itself." You'll become acquainted with the Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts) and with the practice of Tarot and astrology, using the respected Golden Dawn System developed by Arthur A. Waite and Alistair Crowley. Soon you'll appreciate the variety and creativity inherent in Tarot, to see the cards as a mirror of yourself, and to discover what the authors mean when they say that "being lucky has nothing to do with luck." 192 pages, 114 b/w illus., 6 x 9.

Synopsis:

Included in these pages are 122 different card layouts with information on when and how to use them. Start with personal day and year cards, and learn how to relate Tarot to your own interests. Progress to the larger cards and interpret networks of cards. Become acquainted with the Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts) and with the practice of Tarot and astrology, using the respected Golden Dawn System developed by Arthur A. Waite and Alistair Crowley.

Synopsis:

Tarot is like a puzzle or a work of art—and a great way to maximize intuition and have fun, too. In this insightful, imaginative look at interpretation, two of the best-known authors in the field examine 122 card layouts, complete with instructions on when and how to use them. Learn the basics; read personality and year cards in a way that's specifically related to your own interests; and explore larger cards and networks of cards. Featuring a rich variety of approaches—including Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts), tarot and astrology, and Arthur A. Waite and Aleister Crowley's Golden Dawn System—this guide contains the tools for finding answers to life's pressing questions. 

 

Synopsis:

Here you'll find 122 different layouts with information on when and how to use them. Start with personal day and year cards, and learn how to relate Tarot to your own interests, in order to find specific blind spots and personal resistances, as well as how to look for new chances and unexpected directions. Then you progress to the larger and theme cards, and learn to interpret networks of cards and also "to view every card as a world by itself." You'll become acquainted with the Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts) and with the practice of Tarot and astrology, using the respected Golden Dawn System developed by Arthur A. Waite and Alistair Crowley. Soon you'll appreciate the variety and creativity inherent in Tarot, to see the cards as a mirror of yourself, and to discover what the authors mean when they say that "being lucky has nothing to do with luck." 192 pages, 114 b/w illus., 6 x 9.

About the Author

Evelin Burger and Johannes Fiebig have written more than 30 books on tarot, the interpretation of dreams, fairytales, and other symbols and oracles, which have been translated in more than 10 languages and have sold more than 1.7 million copies. They have two adult children, and live near Kiel at the Baltic Sea, Germany. For more information, go to fiebig-und-buerger.de.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780806995052
With:
Fiebig, Johannes
Author:
Fiebig, Johannes
Author:
Burger, Evelin
Publisher:
Sterling Ethos
Location:
New York :
Subject:
Fortune Telling
Subject:
Tarot
Subject:
Psychology
Subject:
Fortune-telling by cards
Subject:
Divination - Tarot
Subject:
BG-HISTORY - BG-WORLD HISTORY
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
82-659
Publication Date:
20140304
Binding:
Kit
Language:
English
Illustrations:
114 b/w illus.
Pages:
168
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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"Synopsis" by ,
Included in these pages are 122 different card layouts with information on when and how to use them. Start with personal day and year cards, and learn how to relate Tarot to your own interests. Progress to the larger cards and interpret networks of cards. Become acquainted with the Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts) and with the practice of Tarot and astrology, using the respected Golden Dawn System developed by Arthur A. Waite and Alistair Crowley.

"Synopsis" by ,
Tarot is like a puzzle or a work of art—and a great way to maximize intuition and have fun, too. In this insightful, imaginative look at interpretation, two of the best-known authors in the field examine 122 card layouts, complete with instructions on when and how to use them. Learn the basics; read personality and year cards in a way that's specifically related to your own interests; and explore larger cards and networks of cards. Featuring a rich variety of approaches—including Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts), tarot and astrology, and Arthur A. Waite and Aleister Crowley's Golden Dawn System—this guide contains the tools for finding answers to life's pressing questions. 

 

"Synopsis" by ,
Here you'll find 122 different layouts with information on when and how to use them. Start with personal day and year cards, and learn how to relate Tarot to your own interests, in order to find specific blind spots and personal resistances, as well as how to look for new chances and unexpected directions. Then you progress to the larger and theme cards, and learn to interpret networks of cards and also "to view every card as a world by itself." You'll become acquainted with the Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts) and with the practice of Tarot and astrology, using the respected Golden Dawn System developed by Arthur A. Waite and Alistair Crowley. Soon you'll appreciate the variety and creativity inherent in Tarot, to see the cards as a mirror of yourself, and to discover what the authors mean when they say that "being lucky has nothing to do with luck." 192 pages, 114 b/w illus., 6 x 9.

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