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The Tarot Companion: A Portable Guide to Reading the Cards for Yourself and Others Spiral-Bound | April 2, 2018

Liz Dean

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The Tarot Companion: A Portable Guide to Reading the Cards for Yourself and Others is a full-color quick-reference guide to understanding and reading the Tarot.

The Tarot Companion: A Portable Guide to Reading the Cards for Yourself and Others is the quick-reference handbook you need to understand the art of reading tarot.
 
Tarot-reading is one of the oldest esoteric practices. Lore has it that the art of reading tarot cards has existed for over 600 years. Yet tarot is more popular than ever in our modern society because the cards speak to our most instinctual and primal selves through their stories, meanings, and symbols.

In The Tarot Companion, best-selling tarot author Liz Dean reveals the messages and mystery of the cards from the Major to Minor Arcana, as well as how to cleanse and shuffle your deck. This beautiful and accessible little volume lets you quickly and accurately use the cards to reveal an inner truth, gain insight into a pressing question, or divine what may unfold in your life.

Publisher: Quarto Group
Original Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN-10: 1592338216
Item Weight: 0.77 lbs
Dimensions: 5.0 x 0.53 x 10.0 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 101 to 500 ratings

Liz Dean (London, England) is a professional tarot reader and Angelic Reiki™ Healer at Psychic Sisters in Selfridges, London. A best-selling tarot author, Liz had studied divination for over 20 years. Liz is the author of The Golden Tarot (over 300,000 sold worldwide), The Ultimate Guide to Tarot, The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Spreads, The Victorian Steampunk Tarot, Fairy Tale Fortune Cards, 44 Ways to Talk to Your Angels, The Tarot Companion, The Divination Handbook, and Tarot Made Simple. Liz is also one of the “Tarot Masters” included in Kim Arnold’s eponymous collection of 38 essays. In addition, she is a former co-editor of the UK’s leading spiritual magazine, Kindred Spirit (2011–2013), and an award-winning poet.