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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot—EVER!!" by Dusty Whit.]
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As interest in mystical arts and divination practices continues to grow, the ancient art of tarot reading has seen a resurgence in popularity. In The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot—Ever!!, the author and experienced Tarot reader Dusty White offers a comprehensive and easy-to-follow introduction to the world of Tarot, aimed at both novice practitioners and seasoned readers looking to deepen their understanding.
 
The Tarot has been in existence for centuries. It comprises a deck of cards with 78 pictures, broken down into two sections: the Minor Arcana and the Major Arcana. The author walks readers through the basics of the Tarot, spreads, and best decks for beginners, offering step-by-step guidance. He includes exercises that help readers develop their intuition and deepen their connection to the cards.
 
One of the most impressive aspects of this book is the depth of knowledge the author brings to the subject. Drawing on years of experience, he provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the history and symbolism of tarot cards, as well as practical guidance on how to interpret and use them effectively. From the basic meanings of each card to more advanced techniques, the author covers all the essential aspects of Tarot in a clear and accessible manner. He outlines a step-by-step approach to teaching Tarot, starting with the basics and gradually building up to more advanced concepts.
 
One aspect of this book I appreciate is the easy-to-understand writing style used by the author. His ability to break down complex concepts into simple and digestible explanations is commendable. His inclusion of visual aids, such as card images, significantly enhances the learning process. His conversational and engaging writing style makes the book more approachable and enjoyable for readers. It feels like he is personally guiding the reader through the learning process, creating a sense of connection and rapport.
 
Another aspect I appreciate is the author's inclusion of an appendix, exercises, and websites, as they are features that enhance the overall learning experience for readers. These additional features not only enhance the overall value of the book but also empower readers to actively engage with the material and apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios.
 
This book deserves 5 out of 5 stars. There was absolutely nothing to dislike. I came across an error while reading, showing it was professionally edited. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in learning more about this ancient and fascinating practice of the Tarot. Whether you're a total beginner or a seasoned reader looking to deepen your understanding, this book offers a wealth of information and practical guidance to help you.
 
 

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This book talks about the Tarot. The argument is original but very interesting. I want to read the book. Thanks for your detailed review.
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