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eBook Tarot: Tips of the Trade: Tying it All Together ePub

by Raven Willowmagic

  • ISBN: 1453648550
  • Category: New Age and Spirituality
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Raven Willowmagic
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 15, 2010)
  • Pages: 186
  • ePub book: 1986 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1975 kb
  • Other: mobi lrf azw docx
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 222

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An easy to understand book filled with unique insights. interpretations and tips are good for the more experienced reader. Raven Willowmagic a veteran psychic reader teaches ushow to tie all the cards together to read the "unique story" of each spread. Raven opened my eyes to understanding the connection between the cards. The little poems for each card make it easy to remember for the beginner. While the more in depth.

This book is your basic "tarot meanings" book for every card in a tarot deck, upright and reversed. The author begins with the suit of Wands and progresses through the Ace to the Ten, then covers the Swords, Cups, and Pentacles. She then works through the court cards, and ends with the Major Arcana. The meanings the author gives are from her own repertoire; some are what you would expect, and some have an interesting little twist

More books from Raven Willowmagic. This book is your basic "tarot meanings" book for every card in a tarot deck, upright and reversed

More books from Raven Willowmagic. Raven's Lucky Numbers Dream Book: The Only Lottery Book You'll Ever Need. Tarot Tips of the Trade: Tying it All Together. This book is your basic "tarot meanings" book for every card in a tarot deck, upright and reversed. The meanings the author gives are from her own repertoire; some are what you would expect, and some have an interesting little twist.

Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Results from Google Books. Raven Willowmagic a veteran psychic reader teaches us how to tie all the cards together to read the unique story of each spread. I learned, for example, that the tarot Aces represent new "beGRIMings" (that sounds kind of sad, doesn't it?).

Tarot: Tips of the Trade. Tying It All Together. DOWNLOAD NOW. Author: Raven Willowmagic. An easy to understand book filled with unique insights. Publisher: Raven Willowmagic. "A fresh take on reading the cards from the unique perspective of a psychic reader with 30 years experience under her belt.

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An easy to understand book filled with unique insights. Raven Willowmagic a veteran psychic reader teaches us how to tie all the cards together to read the "unique story" of each spread. "Raven opened my eyes to understanding the connection between the cards. The little poems for each card make it easy to remember for the beginner. While the more in depth interpretations and tips are good for the more experienced reader." "A fresh take on reading the cards from the unique perspective of a psychic reader with 30 years experience under her belt." " The interpretations are adapted to our modern lifestyle including such things as the internet, blogs, and texts." A must have for the novice, and the experienced reader as well!

Comments

Thetath Thetath
I ordered this ebook because I enjoy learning about how different tarot readers interpret the cards. The author claims to have 30 years of experience as a reader and to have found patterns in the cards that repeatedly hold true. The content of this book is basically sound. She illustrates the book with the Waite-Smith images, although she says she does not use this deck and never tells us which deck she prefers (or at least I do recall seeing her mentioning that, though she does mention the Hanson-Roberts deck a couple of times).

The format is a picture of each card followed by a two-line rhyme about the card, then a couple paragraphs about the meaning of the card upright and one brief paragraph about the reversed card. The result is more of a booklet than a book. It's very similar to the LWBs that comes packaged with many tarot decks. Because this "book" is so brief (a booklet really), I felt it was very overpriced. The information she gives is valuable and worth reading, however. One gets a sense that she has repeatedly found her interpretations to hold water over the years. The downside is that she gives a very specific and limited overview of each card so that the richness of the symbolism does not come across, especially when the card happens to mean something else in a particular reading.

A major "con" of the book is that it appears never to have been edited. There is a misspelling, typo, grammatical error, or misuse of language on almost every page. I learned, for example, that the tarot Aces represent new "beGRIMings" (that sounds kind of sad, doesn't it?).

If she had simply run the manuscript though a spell-check and grammar-check prior to publication, she would have caught 90% of these rather egregious errors. I found it very distracting to see "it's" when she meant "its", the "roll" you play instead of the "role" you play, "deep-seeded" instead of "deep-seated", "the the" instead of "the", "or or" instead of "or", "of" when she meant "off", "FIve" when she meant to write "Five", and the list goes on and on. If the author wants to send me a Word version of the text, I'd be happy to edit it and return it to her with the errors corrected.

In summary, I enjoyed the content of this booklet but thought it was overpriced because of its brevity. I found annoying it to have to stop and think about what she was really trying to convey given the multitude of misspellings, misuses of words, and ungrammatical sentences. It leaves the impression of something thrown together in a hurry without much care or concern for the future reader of the booklet. Nonetheless, she does offer valuable insights into the tarot and her method of reading the cards. If this book had been edited and reasonably priced, I would have given it at least "for" stars because of its useful content.
Araath Araath
this is one of only two Tarot books I use and I have been reading the cards for 40 years and I have read many books on the Tarot. Easy to understand with excellent interpretations. Unfortunately lots of typos. Only gripe.
*Nameless* *Nameless*
This book has helped me develop a much deeper understanding of the art of Tarot.
very well put together and easy to understand.