A Comprehensive Guide on the Tarot and Its Cards

Narrated by: Randye Kaye
Length: 58 mins
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Tarot card divination is probably one of the most popular ways to know what is happening currently as well as foretelling your future. The best thing about the tarot cards is the symbols depicted on the cards. These symbols ensure that the cards can be interpreted and read in almost the same way across the world.

It doesn't matter which country you live in and it doesn't matter which language you speak. The tarot is for everyone, irrespective of culture, creed, caste, language, region and religion.

The symbols will usually mean the same thing around the world. Of course, like every divination practice, the tarot has a lot to do with intuition also. So readings can vary from one reader to the other.

This comprehensive guide is for the person who is interested in knowing what exactly the tarot is, what is its origin, and what are the cards and their meanings. So, let's get started on a journey of reading symbols to know more about you and your future.

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  • 02-11-19

No talk about symbols

The narrator was great but this book was so simple and never talk about the symbols as stated. Yes, there are so many physical books out there but I love audible because it can read to me and it helps me memorize and review subjects at hand. This book simply discuses the origin and then talks about different decks, (which we can google) which then moves to the cards and their basic meaning. Never discuses colors, symbols or reversed meanings. She never describes the Empress as being the "another woman" because of the symbolism of her legs being open. Little symbols like that I was looking for but were never mentioned. Yes this book is less than 3 dollars but I wasted 15 minutes and another time writing this review which I never would have purchased had they not mentioned that "symbols" around the world are the same in the description.