Mastering The Tarot: Basic Lessons In An Ancient Mystic

Mastering The Tarot: Basic Lessons In An Ancient Mystic


10 thoughts on “Mastering The Tarot: Basic Lessons In An Ancient Mystic Art

  1. Maggie Maggie says:

    Rating related to usefulness of this book in learning Tarot.Scanning my own bookshelves that books I held on to through my last move 3 years ago found this So many didn t make the cut but I did keep a handful of Tarot books Both this and his Complete Guide to the Tarot base their illustrations on the popular Rider Waite deck I prefer aintuitive approach to the cards, although as an addict to knowledge I appreciate the historical, traditional approach You don t need both Complete Rating related to usefulness of this book in learning Tarot.Scanning my own bookshelves that books I held on to through my last move 3 years ago found this So many didn t make the cut but I did keep a handful of Tarot books Both this and his Complete Guide to the Tarot base their illustrations on the popular Rider Waite deck I prefer aintuitive approach to the cards, although as an addict to knowledge I appreciate the historical, traditional approach You don t need both Complete Guide to the Tarot and this 90% of the books are repeat of what is in the other They are clear, simple to follow books for anyone who d like a handy reference In this book, his intro section discusses the minor arcana by number to assist in emphasizing the numerology behind the cards He also includes different readings and emphasis than in his Complete Guide book If you re interested in Tarot, I find it useful to not be programmed by just one approach but to look at a few different authors decks to find what resonates


  2. Maureen Maureen says:

    For anyone wishing to learn Tarot divination, Eden Gray makes a superb introduction Although Ms Gray may not be as lyrical or spooky as some other writers on the Tarot, she uses the Rider Waite deck to fully illustrate basic meanings for each card Her explanations are thorough and easy to understand This book has stood the test of time because of its utility and ease of use.


  3. Lisa (Harmonybites) Lisa (Harmonybites) says:

    Tarot cards have intrigued me every since I ve seen a deck They re so pretty and mysterious and so different, yet so closely related in look to our familiar playing cards, and so many of the decks are rich in symbolism I started collecting decks, and even reading them for friends for fun, even though I m a thorough going rationalist and don t believe they can be tools of divination This was my first tarot book and the one that taught me to do readings which I did during lunch in my Catholic Tarot cards have intrigued me every since I ve seen a deck They re so pretty and mysterious and so different, yet so closely related in look to our familiar playing cards, and so many of the decks are rich in symbolism I started collecting decks, and even reading them for friends for fun, even though I m a thorough going rationalist and don t believe they can be tools of divination This was my first tarot book and the one that taught me to do readings which I did during lunch in my Catholic School until one of the nuns told me not to do that again since tarot cards are tools of Satan The introduction unfortunately perpetuates the myth that the cards are associated with the gypsies they re not the cards were known in Europe for almost a century before Gypsies entered the population in any numbers That said, it explains the purported meanings in ways that make them easy to remember, and I liked it offeredthan the standard Celtic Cross Spread There s also two three card spreads, a six card Hungarian Method, and a Horoscope and Solar Chart Method


  4. Esther Esther says:

    A solid book on the basics reader s manual Based on the Rider White deck and it includes illustration Has several sample celtic cross readings and other layouts based on astrology Starter references on the history of the deck and mayor names in this field of study Good explanations of the symbols, but basic Good fun.


  5. Judity Judity says:

    For years after I bought this book and some Tarot cards, I had fun reading them for friends and family One day I swear I saw twins in the cards, and a week later my pregnant sister had her second set of twins That scared me witless, and I never read the cards again Okay, so it was a coincidence, but why not get this book and cards to try it out for yourself


  6. Kate Mcphail Kate Mcphail says:

    Short but sweet introductory tarot book


  7. Mary Sullins Mary Sullins says:

    This is one of the older books on tarot and if you read the cards, can be very helpful.


  8. Marcello Tarot Marcello Tarot says:

    Il grande merito di Eden Gray, negli anni Sessanta e Settanta, fu quello di rendere accessibili gli insegnamenti di Sir Arthur Waite a un vasto pubblico Ma, appunto, si tratta degli _anni Sessanta e Settanta_, cio prima che Mary K Greer facesse da pioniera con il suo Tarot for Yourself che rese ancora pi accessibili i Tarocchi e li sdogan definitivamente da quell aura tremebonda nella quale erano avvolti, ricca di regole astruse e di divieti altrettanto astrusi Il testo della Gray risent Il grande merito di Eden Gray, negli anni Sessanta e Settanta, fu quello di rendere accessibili gli insegnamenti di Sir Arthur Waite a un vasto pubblico Ma, appunto, si tratta degli _anni Sessanta e Settanta_, cio prima che Mary K Greer facesse da pioniera con il suo Tarot for Yourself che rese ancora pi accessibili i Tarocchi e li sdogan definitivamente da quell aura tremebonda nella quale erano avvolti, ricca di regole astruse e di divieti altrettanto astrusi Il testo della Gray risente dell epoca in cui fu scritto e per quanto innovativo per i suoi tempi risulta un po datato ai giorni nostri Nondimeno, lo si apprezza perch nella sua semplicit spiega i concetti fondamentali, anche se in alcuni punti fa un po sorridere o storcere il naso se letto con la sensibilit attuale La Gray non si dilunga in tante spiegazioni, ma d comunque il necessario quando si tratta degli Arcani Minori quando passa poi agli Arcani Maggiori aggiunge anche che cosa potrebbero significare in seno a diverse posizioni della Croce Celtica, ma rischia di risultare un po dogmatica Le stese affrontate sono la Croce Celtica in primis, e altre sulle quali non si dilunga pi di tanto, con l eccezione di quelle astrologiche che per non tengo in considerazione io perch mantengo una rigida separazione tra Tarocchi e Astrologia Indiscusso pregio della Gray la raccomandazione di usare il buon senso nella lettura ai consultanti, l incoraggiamento che sa loro fornire, e anche la presentazione di un paio di esempi di comportamenti da _non_ tenere con tanto di _perch _


  9. Eric Friedman Eric Friedman says:

    Eden Gray was my first guide through the Mystery of Tarot Her books are a much better introduction to the cards than the ponderous condescension of A.E Waite I was fortunate to have the Eden Gray books before The Pictorial Key because they just get right down to business they don t begin by insulting all previous writers on Tarot This is a perfect book for beginning readers


  10. Bill Bill says:

    I can t believe that people believe in tarot and astrological signs, as if these things have anything to do with reality I get a kick out of how much faith and belief the average joe has in this stuff and how easily led they are down the path Sad.


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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 221 pages
  • Mastering The Tarot: Basic Lessons In An Ancient Mystic Art
  • Eden Gray
  • English
  • 13 October 2019
  • 0451167813

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10 thoughts on “Mastering The Tarot: Basic Lessons In An Ancient Mystic Art

  1. Maggie Maggie says:

    Rating related to usefulness of this book in learning Tarot.Scanning my own bookshelves that books I held on to through my last move 3 years ago found this So many didn t make the cut but I did keep a handful of Tarot books Both this and his Complete Guide to the Tarot base their illustrations on the popular Rider Waite deck I prefer aintuitive approach to the cards, although as an addict to knowledge I appreciate the historical, traditional approach You don t need both Complete Rating related to usefulness of this book in learning Tarot.Scanning my own bookshelves that books I held on to through my last move 3 years ago found this So many didn t make the cut but I did keep a handful of Tarot books Both this and his Complete Guide to the Tarot base their illustrations on the popular Rider Waite deck I prefer aintuitive approach to the cards, although as an addict to knowledge I appreciate the historical, traditional approach You don t need both Complete Guide to the Tarot and this 90% of the books are repeat of what is in the other They are clear, simple to follow books for anyone who d like a handy reference In this book, his intro section discusses the minor arcana by number to assist in emphasizing the numerology behind the cards He also includes different readings and emphasis than in his Complete Guide book If you re interested in Tarot, I find it useful to not be programmed by just one approach but to look at a few different authors decks to find what resonates

  2. Maureen Maureen says:

    For anyone wishing to learn Tarot divination, Eden Gray makes a superb introduction Although Ms Gray may not be as lyrical or spooky as some other writers on the Tarot, she uses the Rider Waite deck to fully illustrate basic meanings for each card Her explanations are thorough and easy to understand This book has stood the test of time because of its utility and ease of use.

  3. Lisa (Harmonybites) Lisa (Harmonybites) says:

    Tarot cards have intrigued me every since I ve seen a deck They re so pretty and mysterious and so different, yet so closely related in look to our familiar playing cards, and so many of the decks are rich in symbolism I started collecting decks, and even reading them for friends for fun, even though I m a thorough going rationalist and don t believe they can be tools of divination This was my first tarot book and the one that taught me to do readings which I did during lunch in my Catholic Tarot cards have intrigued me every since I ve seen a deck They re so pretty and mysterious and so different, yet so closely related in look to our familiar playing cards, and so many of the decks are rich in symbolism I started collecting decks, and even reading them for friends for fun, even though I m a thorough going rationalist and don t believe they can be tools of divination This was my first tarot book and the one that taught me to do readings which I did during lunch in my Catholic School until one of the nuns told me not to do that again since tarot cards are tools of Satan The introduction unfortunately perpetuates the myth that the cards are associated with the gypsies they re not the cards were known in Europe for almost a century before Gypsies entered the population in any numbers That said, it explains the purported meanings in ways that make them easy to remember, and I liked it offeredthan the standard Celtic Cross Spread There s also two three card spreads, a six card Hungarian Method, and a Horoscope and Solar Chart Method

  4. Esther Esther says:

    A solid book on the basics reader s manual Based on the Rider White deck and it includes illustration Has several sample celtic cross readings and other layouts based on astrology Starter references on the history of the deck and mayor names in this field of study Good explanations of the symbols, but basic Good fun.

  5. Judity Judity says:

    For years after I bought this book and some Tarot cards, I had fun reading them for friends and family One day I swear I saw twins in the cards, and a week later my pregnant sister had her second set of twins That scared me witless, and I never read the cards again Okay, so it was a coincidence, but why not get this book and cards to try it out for yourself

  6. Kate Mcphail Kate Mcphail says:

    Short but sweet introductory tarot book

  7. Mary Sullins Mary Sullins says:

    This is one of the older books on tarot and if you read the cards, can be very helpful.

  8. Marcello Tarot Marcello Tarot says:

    Il grande merito di Eden Gray, negli anni Sessanta e Settanta, fu quello di rendere accessibili gli insegnamenti di Sir Arthur Waite a un vasto pubblico Ma, appunto, si tratta degli _anni Sessanta e Settanta_, cio prima che Mary K Greer facesse da pioniera con il suo Tarot for Yourself che rese ancora pi accessibili i Tarocchi e li sdogan definitivamente da quell aura tremebonda nella quale erano avvolti, ricca di regole astruse e di divieti altrettanto astrusi Il testo della Gray risent Il grande merito di Eden Gray, negli anni Sessanta e Settanta, fu quello di rendere accessibili gli insegnamenti di Sir Arthur Waite a un vasto pubblico Ma, appunto, si tratta degli _anni Sessanta e Settanta_, cio prima che Mary K Greer facesse da pioniera con il suo Tarot for Yourself che rese ancora pi accessibili i Tarocchi e li sdogan definitivamente da quell aura tremebonda nella quale erano avvolti, ricca di regole astruse e di divieti altrettanto astrusi Il testo della Gray risente dell epoca in cui fu scritto e per quanto innovativo per i suoi tempi risulta un po datato ai giorni nostri Nondimeno, lo si apprezza perch nella sua semplicit spiega i concetti fondamentali, anche se in alcuni punti fa un po sorridere o storcere il naso se letto con la sensibilit attuale La Gray non si dilunga in tante spiegazioni, ma d comunque il necessario quando si tratta degli Arcani Minori quando passa poi agli Arcani Maggiori aggiunge anche che cosa potrebbero significare in seno a diverse posizioni della Croce Celtica, ma rischia di risultare un po dogmatica Le stese affrontate sono la Croce Celtica in primis, e altre sulle quali non si dilunga pi di tanto, con l eccezione di quelle astrologiche che per non tengo in considerazione io perch mantengo una rigida separazione tra Tarocchi e Astrologia Indiscusso pregio della Gray la raccomandazione di usare il buon senso nella lettura ai consultanti, l incoraggiamento che sa loro fornire, e anche la presentazione di un paio di esempi di comportamenti da _non_ tenere con tanto di _perch _

  9. Eric Friedman Eric Friedman says:

    Eden Gray was my first guide through the Mystery of Tarot Her books are a much better introduction to the cards than the ponderous condescension of A.E Waite I was fortunate to have the Eden Gray books before The Pictorial Key because they just get right down to business they don t begin by insulting all previous writers on Tarot This is a perfect book for beginning readers

  10. Bill Bill says:

    I can t believe that people believe in tarot and astrological signs, as if these things have anything to do with reality I get a kick out of how much faith and belief the average joe has in this stuff and how easily led they are down the path Sad.

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