Thursday, July 30, 2015

The Ultimate Guide to Tarot A Beginner's Guide to the Cards, Spreads, and Revealing the Mystery of the Tarot by Liz Dean

The book, The Ultimate Guide to The Tarot by Liz Dean is very well written and the illustration as well as the written text of information, helps me so much! I really understand how to cleanse, shuffle and place(layout) the cards. Plus, exactly what each card means when upright and reversed.  
In the book there are many colorful photos of the cards and examples of spreads that are very helpful and easy to follow along, with the additional text. That is what makes me enjoy this book the most! It's a lot more helpful than many and the colorful look of it is so more interesting to read. Therefore, I find this is one of the most easiest books for me to understand and learn from than the many I've seen before.
I think the information you learn from this book is excellent! I feel I've learned more than I ever knew from other books that include the cards. All I can tell you is that this book really is helpful and guided me through understanding Tarot a whole lot more than any other. The spreads are interesting and and the readings are always so accurate!  So this is one I would recommend for beginners.
Finally, thanks to this book, I love reading for my friends and family members, to help find out the answer. It's a great book and very helpful one to own!

Information About The Author:
Liz Dean (London, England) is a professional tarot reader at Psychic Sisters in Selfridges, London. A bestselling tarot author, she has researched and read tarot since she happened upon her first tarot deck, the Morgan Greer, in 1989; later favourite decks included The Sacred Rose, Visconti Sforza and Rider Waite tarots. Liz is the author of six tarot/divination decks and books, including The Ultimate Guide to Tarot, The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Spreads, The Victorian Steampunk Tarot; Fairy Tale Fortune Cards, The Golden Tarot, The Mystery of the Tarot, The Love Tarot and the bestseller The Art of Tarot. Liz is also one of the 'Tarot Masters' included in Kim Arnold's eponymous collection of 38 essays.
Liz is particularly interested in creative empowerment in tarot - using archetypes and tarot symbols as a pathway to intuition and psychic development, while researching the evidential origins of the earliest tarots in Renaissance Italy and their pre-occult usage. She is also a former Co-Editor of the UK's leading spiritual magazine, Kindred Spirit (2011-2013), and an award-winning poet. She lives in south London.

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