Tarot A Book Of Secrets: An introduction to the secrets of Tarot card reading for beginners and how to interpret the meanings of Tarot card spreads
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Tarot - A Book Of Secrets by Stephen Williams
An interpretation of the Book of the Tarot
Tarot A Book Of Secrets examines The Book of the Tarot, that ancient deck of cards which has found a secure place in the heart
of our Age. This book has been designed as a point of reference, written in terms that can be used and understood by beginners and
even the more practiced Readers alike.
The book opens with a very short history and an explanation of Tarot cards. This has been kept as a brief examination since the main
purpose of Tarot A Book Of Secrets is to focus on interpretations of each card and how they may be read in a Tarot spread.
The Look Inside feature on this Amazon page will allow you to see the full and very detailed list of Contents, and a note on this appears
Note - Valuable Contents and Index Navigation
A full and detailed table of Contents is listed at the front of Tarot A Book Of Secrets together with an Index at the back of
When editing and compiling this eBook, Stephen Williams has made certain that every Tarot card and each example spread has been
given its own active link in both the Contents and the Index. This is an important feature of this book because having every card as an active
link in both the Contents and the Index will make it so much easier and quicker for you to navigate through the book in order to reach very
quickly the page you are looking for.
With Tarot A Book Of Secrets you will no longer have to search through the pages of a chapter to find your card because it can
easily be found from both the front and the back of the book. Touch or click the name of the card you want from either the Contents
or Index lists and you will go straight to the page.
Tarot on the Kindle has now been made easy and you can find your Tarot card meanings and Tarot spreads in moments.
NOTE: Revised and reprinted July 2015. If you have previously purchased this book, please check for an update from Amazon on your Kindle viewer or re-download for a current edition.
About The Author
Stephen Williams is the author of:
Novels ... Servant Of Desire, Death Speaks In Whispers, The Dead List, A Bad Place To Die, Beast On The Landing
Short Story Collections ... Games Men Play, Avoiding Lebanoth
Non-Fiction ... Unity In Diversity: T.S. Eliot and Religious Liberalism, Tarot A Book Of Secrets
Poetry ... Walk With Strangers, Going For The Throat, Laced With Cobwebs, Rags Of Old Conversations, Doves Eat Hawks Collected Poems 2013
All titles are now available as Amazon Kindle editions and have appeared in the top 50 sales charts of their respective categories.
Stephen Williams has also written numerous articles, essays and short stories for newspapers and magazines across the world.
In reviewing and awarding the prize for “Computerised Judas”, contained in Avoiding Lebanoth, Mr Stephen Fry commented
that Williams’ work is formally and stylistically imaginative.
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