Kitchen Table Tarot

Author: Melissa Cynova
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780738751603
Size: 13.28 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Learn to read with your own voice and get the answers to all of your questions. For years, Melissa Cynova has been sitting down with friends and neighbors who are curious about the tarot. She's heard all the questions and misconceptions that can confuse newcomers (and sometimes more experienced readers, too). Kitchen Table Tarot was written as a guide for anyone looking for no-nonsense lessons with a warm, friendly, and knowledgeable teacher. Join Melissa as she shares straightforward guidance on decks, spreads, card meanings, and symbols. Filled with real-life examples and personal explanations of what it's like to read the cards, this book tells it like it is and provides the information you need to read with confidence. Praise: "Cynova's debut book struts forward to lead the pack with its authentic voice, candid and nimble teaching approach, and ability to pare down the principles and experience of reading tarot to its essentials . . . Exemplary. Eminent. Authoritative. A veritable gem." —Benebell Wen, author of Holistic Tarot "A punch-in-the-gut teaching guide to the tarot . . . illustrating how much the tarot encourages each of us to find our own unique language and meanings when we begin this journey."—Terry Iacuzzo, author of Small Mediums at Large "Melissa Cynova has written one of the most accessible, relatable tarot books ever. Pull up a chair, pop a cold one, and get ready for some straight-talking tarot lessons that will have you slinging the cards like a tarot badass in no time at all!"—Theresa Reed, author of The Tarot Coloring Book “I’ve read many books about tarot readings, but this one is my favorite book so far.”—Library Noire “This book is a major asset to anyone curious about tarot . . . Reading KITCHEN TABLE TAROT genuinely feels like sitting down with her and getting a whole workshop series delivered one-on-one.”—Amber Unmasked

Kitchen Table Tarot

Author: Melissa Cynova
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
ISBN: 0738750778
Size: 15.49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Kitchen Table Tarot is a book about real life tarot reading for real people. With down and dirty advice from Melissa Cynova, this book tells it like it is and helps you read the cards for yourself and others.

The Tarot Card Adult Coloring Book

Author: G. C. Carter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781682612644
Size: 11.79 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Whether you are new to the tarot or an experienced reader, The Tarot Card Adult Coloring Book will help you discover and explore the cards in a new way! Color the cards using traditional colors—or create your own unique deck! The Tarot Card Adult Coloring Book features both the major and minor arcana on 78 single-sided pages. From The Magician to The Fool, from the Ace of Wands to the King of Pentacles, each and every card is here, in original illustrations based on the traditional deck. Oversize images allow you to become more intimate with the figures and symbols of the cards while exploring your creative side. Meditate on and immerse yourself in the world of the tarot while you color—or just have some fun!

Your Tarot Your Way

Author: Barbara Moore
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780738749730
Size: 17.43 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Tarot Guidance With A Personal Touch Discover what’s its like to receive tarot lessons with a warm and encouraging teacher at your side. Join Barbara Moore as she shows you how to build tarot skills from the ground up and form your own intimate connections with the cards. Your Tarot, Your Way invites you to honor your unique life experiences as you respond to symbols and cultivate a spirit of play. With practical, real-life examples, this book helps you explore tarot as a practice for nourishing your soul and discovering new perspectives.

A Magical Course In Tarot

Author: Michele Morgan
Publisher: Conari Press
ISBN: 1573247065
Size: 11.51 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Traditionally, being able to give a reading with tarot cards has required the painstaking memorization of the details of 78 specific cards. Author Michele Morgan has now developed a method that taps into the user's intuitive and psychic abilities to discover a whole new way of interpreting ancient arcana. Illustrations.

Tarot Kit For Beginners

Author: Janet Berres
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780738705064
Size: 15.70 MB
Format: PDF
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With a universal tarot deck, an organdy bag, and a fact-filled instruction manual, this kit is packed with the wisdom and knowledge acquired by accomplished tarot practitioner Berres. 78 full-color cards.

Gay Witchcraft

Author: Christopher Penczak
Publisher: Weiser Books
ISBN: 1578632811
Size: 15.14 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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When Christopher Penczak was introduced to Witchcraft, he found a spiritual path that hononred and embraced his homosexuality. Now he has written a book of clearheaded theory and practice that is bound to become a classic. With Gay Witchcraft, Penczak joins the ranks of his forebearers in spirit, gay writers who have taken a tradition and made it home. This is a complete book of theory and spiritual practices of Witchcraft for the gay community. Penczak's writing will make it much easier for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people interested in practicing any form of Witchcraft. Exploring the history of Paganism and offering a compendium of spells, meditations, ceremonies, and affirmations that will enrich both the novice and the experienced practioner seeking out new views of myth, ritual, and healing.