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Books on Tarot Cards
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Post # 1

Hey so it's been about a year since I was last on here, and I'm trying to get back into Tarot Cards but I'm having a problem of remembering what certain cards are. So I was wondering if anyone has anyone recommendations for books on tarot cards. I know most decks nowadays, come with a book explaining what a card means etc, but I'm not really able to buy a new set since a lot of them are 15+ and I'm currently in a bit of a tight spot regarding money etc. So yeah anyone got any recommendations?

Thank!

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Re: Books on Tarot Cards
By: / Beginner
Post # 2

Hey, so some of my top recommendations would have to be

Tarot For Beginners by BarbaraMoore

Tarot And Astrology by Corrine Kenner and...

Book Of Thoth by Aleister Crowley

I have the Tarot For Beginners and Tarot And Astrology book and they both really improved my knowledge on Tarot and helped me gain a better understanding of the cards and differenttypes of spreads. I have not read Book of Thoth but one of my great friends has it and he said it was a pretty good book. Really hope these books help you or even semi-help you!

~Vozel

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Re: Books on Tarot Cards
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Post # 3

Thank You Vozel!

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Re: Books on Tarot Cards
By: / Novice
Post # 4
If you are a beginner I would not recommend the Book of Thoth unless you have the Crowley Deck. I use these cards and they are extremely complicated. However they are extremely accurate.
Most decks are based upon the Rider/Waite deck interpretations.
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