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New tarot cards - Tarot card reading for beginners

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Tarot cards can teach you about the present and the future
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New tarot cards shed new tarot light on future

I wish I knew my future. Will my kids get into good colleges? Will I have tons of grandchildren? What am I having for dinner tonight?


Psychic readings can be expensive, and I already gave Miss Cleo a good chunk of change back in the late nineties. So Iíve decided to take the future into my own hands. Yes, I am totally going to pysch myself out with a do-it-yourself tarot deck and card set that will tell me everything Iíve always wanted to know about the day after tomorrow and the day after that.


Play your cards right with New Tarot Cards and sets like a Beginnerís Guide to Tarot (Deck and Book). Whether youíre an old tarot pro or a complete tarot novice, a handsome Sarman-Caselli deck will introduce beginners to all of the intricate secrets of the tarot while helping the old pros brush up on those mad tarot skills.


An ancient art dating back at least to the mid-fifteenth century, tarot reading is a mysterious art that is made easy with The Beginner's Guide to the Tarot, a beautifully illustrated book and card set where noted tarot expert Juliet Sharman-Burke leads you down the tarot path introducing you to the cards and suits, the Minor and Major Arcana, and the major layouts for the compete 78 card deck. The Fool, the King of Wands, the Ace of Swords, theyíre all there. The book is packed with a newly designed and illustrated deck, which draws upon both traditional and modern tarot iconography and is rendered in a clear, distinctive style.


Looks like Iím having chicken tonight.


DID YOU KNOW? Relationships rarely work out between psychics, they usually leave each other before the first date.

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