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Re: Suggestions for learning

PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:55 am
by dolphinpatronus
Echo_of_shadows wrote:My suggestion is to look for a deck that comes with good instructions. Some decks comes with just a little pamphlet, while others come with whole books. My Anne Stokes Gothic tarot came with a tiny pamphlet that included text in four different languages. Unfortunately, there wasn't any information on how to read the cards, it was more like a story. :| An accompanying book is a real good idea, especially if some of the card names are a bit different than those of the traditional Rider-Waite deck. For example in the Sacred Circle Tarot, "the hanged man" is called "sacrifice," "strength" is called "the warrior," and "Judgment" is called "rebirth."
If you look through our Book Review threads there are a couple reviews of books on tarot, as well as links to sites that have free tarot E-books. :)


Wow I'm so excited with all this help. You guys are so great! Thank you so much.