Beginner’s guide to Tarot
By: Juliet Sharman-Burke
Art by: Giovanni Caselli
An original, complete book and card set designed to introduce the beginner into the intricacies of the Tarot
In the Beginner’s guide to Tarot, the tarot is an ancient art, dating back at least to the mid-fifteenth century, and reading the tarot is a skill that can be learned and ultimately mastered. While there are many books and decks for the advanced tarot enthusiast, there is very little for the less advanced. Now there is The Beginner’s Guide to the Tarot, a book and card set designed specifically for the novice. In the fully illustrated, 192 page book, noted tarot expert Juliet Sharman-Burke leads the reader through the cards and suits, the Minor and Major Arcana, and the major layouts for the compete 78 card deck. 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. Tarot card reading is an amazing concept in use in the world for the betterment of humanity. It serves to predict the future of people and tell them about some things that are unknown to them. Tarot is basically a pack of cards and the reading of these cards is referred to as tarot card reading. Tarot card reading can help you lead a happy life by revealing to you all the inner secrets of life.
About the Author:
JULIET SHARMAN-BURKE is a practicing analytic psychotherapist who has taught tarot and astrology for twenty years. She is the author of numerous books including The Complete Book of Tarot and, with Liz Greene, the bestselling The New Mythic Tarot card and book set. She lives in England.
GIOVANNI CASELLI is a well-known illustrator noted for his work regarding the classical world and its literature, art, symbol and myths, including the tarot cards in Beginner’s Guide to Tarot and The New Mythic Tarot. He lives in Italy. A fellow of the Royal Anthrpological Institute of Great Britain (1972)
Member of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain (1985)
London Harrods 1979 . Milan 1964 – Florence (often)