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1-2-3 Tarot: Answers in an Instant

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Discover the easiest way to learn Tarot. With the simple system outlined in this book, you can start reading the cards immediately—even if you’ve never touched a Tarot deck before!

Most introductory Tarot books contain long lists of keywords for each of the seventy-eight cards in a deck. The key to this unique system is the Tarot sentence. A card’s complex significance boil
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Paperback, 254 pages
Published October 8th 2004 by Llewellyn Publications (first published October 1st 2004)
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Elizabeth
Dec 24, 2010 Elizabeth rated it it was ok
Shelves: tarot, divination
This isn't a dreadful book, it's just very, very limited. It will give you the means to interpret a Tarot spread, as long as that spread is a multiple of three cards and you're not looking for any depth to the interpretation. I picture this book being passed around at a party, where everyone wants a quick reading for fun and doesn't expect that reading to mean anything. What Tyson has done is create a pair of sentences for each card, one for the upright meaning and one for the reversed meaning. ...more
Cherie
Feb 24, 2011 Cherie rated it it was ok
C+ Not the best Tarot book - I don't like the way things are sometimes explained, but I did do a reading over the cards and think that might help - but this shouldn't be the one Tarot book you buy.
Jo M
May 28, 2009 Jo M rated it it was ok
Shelves: pagan, non-fiction
Personally, I don't care for this book as much as I'd like. However, it is easy to understand and is a great introduction into reading tarot cards.
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Donald Tyson is a Canadian from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Early in life he was drawn to science by an intense fascination with astronomy, building a telescope by hand when he was eight. He began university seeking a science degree, but became disillusioned with the aridity and futility of a mechanistic view of the universe and shifted his major to English. After graduating with honors he has pursued a ...more
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