The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot

The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot


The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot Cards [BOOKS] ⚡ The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot Cards By Eden Gray – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Magic is in the Cards Tarot cards have been used for centuries to predict the future, shed light on the past, and reveal the mysterious patterns of Character and Destiny The strange and beautiful The Magic is in the Cards Revealed: A Kindle Ø Tarot cards have been used for centuries to predict the future, shed light on the past, and reveal the mysterious patterns of Character and Destiny The strange and beautiful symbols of the Tarot, when properly understood, have a message for all men in all ages This book can unlock the secrets of the Tarot for you It provides a fascinating and authoritative introduction to the ancient art of the occult.

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot Cards
  • Eden Gray
  • English
  • 20 May 2017
  • 0451072057

About the Author: Eden Gray

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10 thoughts on “The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot Cards

  1. Frances Donovan Frances Donovan says:

    This was the book that launched a lifetime study of the Tarot More recently published books delve into the multicultural and feminist symbolism in a way that a woman of Gray s time period would have missed While those other texts are essential for a full understanding of the deep and complex repository of symbolism and archetype that is the Tarot, I still find myself returning to Gray s work, and to the Albano Waite deck it accompanies.

  2. Dan Sanchez Dan Sanchez says:

    This book was fairly interesting based on the fact that it was predominantly for a male s interpretation It helped a lot with understanding how tarot cards work and such, but was a bit difficult to follow at times due to specific wording I think the time period it was written in and the books that are about tarot now are very different It wasn t a bad book, but I will definitely be reading arecent book next time.

  3. S.L S.L says:

    Helpful Beginners Guide

  4. Franny Adams Franny Adams says:

    I have started to take an interest in tarot and the metaphysical I came across this book in a charity store and was impressed with the easy quick explanation of the design and meaning reverse meanings of the cards Eden Grey is straight to the point instead of the long waffle explanations for each card and how to place and read the cards I would recommend this for beginners that want an easy understanding and if they want to take it seriously then they can purchase anotheradvanced book.

  5. Eric Friedman Eric Friedman says:

    This was my very first book on Tarot I remember it fondly with much nostalgia This is a perfect book for beginning readers It s a much better introduction than the ponderous condescension of A.E Waite Eden Gray is an excellent first guide through the Mystery of Tarot This was my very first book on Tarot I remember it fondly with much nostalgia This is a perfect book for beginning readers It s a much better introduction than the ponderous condescension of A.E Waite Eden Gray is an excellent first guide through the Mystery of Tarot

  6. Brett Brett says:

    Nonfiction

  7. C-Cose Daley C-Cose Daley says:

    It s a passable quick reference for using the Tarot.Cons It uses the Rider deck, but gives no history or credit to the images on each card.

  8. turt turt says:

    for some reason i am reading this again, and trying to actually memorize all the content anyone want to recommend a better tarot book

  9. Teleri Teleri says:

    Another boo hiss My very 1st deck the Rider Waite, came packaged in a beginner set w this the other Eden Grey book Another boo hiss My very 1st deck the Rider Waite, came packaged in a beginner set w this the other Eden Grey book

  10. Jackie Jackie says:

    Weak, outdated, minimal information.

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10 thoughts on “The Tarot Revealed: A Modern Guide to Reading the Tarot Cards

  1. Frances Donovan Frances Donovan says:

    This was the book that launched a lifetime study of the Tarot More recently published books delve into the multicultural and feminist symbolism in a way that a woman of Gray s time period would have missed While those other texts are essential for a full understanding of the deep and complex repository of symbolism and archetype that is the Tarot, I still find myself returning to Gray s work, and to the Albano Waite deck it accompanies.

  2. Dan Sanchez Dan Sanchez says:

    This book was fairly interesting based on the fact that it was predominantly for a male s interpretation It helped a lot with understanding how tarot cards work and such, but was a bit difficult to follow at times due to specific wording I think the time period it was written in and the books that are about tarot now are very different It wasn t a bad book, but I will definitely be reading arecent book next time.

  3. S.L S.L says:

    Helpful Beginners Guide

  4. Franny Adams Franny Adams says:

    I have started to take an interest in tarot and the metaphysical I came across this book in a charity store and was impressed with the easy quick explanation of the design and meaning reverse meanings of the cards Eden Grey is straight to the point instead of the long waffle explanations for each card and how to place and read the cards I would recommend this for beginners that want an easy understanding and if they want to take it seriously then they can purchase anotheradvanced book.

  5. Eric Friedman Eric Friedman says:

    This was my very first book on Tarot I remember it fondly with much nostalgia This is a perfect book for beginning readers It s a much better introduction than the ponderous condescension of A.E Waite Eden Gray is an excellent first guide through the Mystery of Tarot This was my very first book on Tarot I remember it fondly with much nostalgia This is a perfect book for beginning readers It s a much better introduction than the ponderous condescension of A.E Waite Eden Gray is an excellent first guide through the Mystery of Tarot

  6. Brett Brett says:

    Nonfiction

  7. C-Cose Daley C-Cose Daley says:

    It s a passable quick reference for using the Tarot.Cons It uses the Rider deck, but gives no history or credit to the images on each card.

  8. turt turt says:

    for some reason i am reading this again, and trying to actually memorize all the content anyone want to recommend a better tarot book

  9. Teleri Teleri says:

    Another boo hiss My very 1st deck the Rider Waite, came packaged in a beginner set w this the other Eden Grey book Another boo hiss My very 1st deck the Rider Waite, came packaged in a beginner set w this the other Eden Grey book

  10. Jackie Jackie says:

    Weak, outdated, minimal information.

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