Tarot can be intimidating to learn. There are 78 cards that include four suits, numbered cards, court cards, and the major arcana. Each card represents a message or a lesson. There are themes that repeat in the deck, but each card has a unique origin and story.
Besides sheer overwhelm, beginners in tarot sometimes believe there are "bad" cards in the deck like Death, the Hanged Man, and the Fool. Although these cards mean transformation, surrender, and optimism, mainstream culture says that tarot cards are dangerous and evil. Churchgoers are taught to follow one true God, implying that everything else is not true. Anything that incites questions about the man-made church structure is labeled heretical. If we know ourselves and make our own decisions, the church will lose members. I know this because I threw my cards away fifteen years ago when I joined a church.
Backing up to my first introduction to tarot cards 28 years ago, I saw truth that I
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|Publisher: ||Copper Canopy Press. www,getyourbookstarted.c|
|Date published: || 2016|
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