I didn’t think that this would be my 10th book published on Amazon. I began writing this for someone else, but halfway through they got cold feet. I hate to let things go to waste, so I kept working on it. I expanded it from about 45 pages in MS Word up to more than 70 pages. Like all my non-fiction books, the quality is great, it has pictures, and it’s informative.
Anyone looking for a good introduction on Tarot cards, what they are and what they can tell you would get a lot of great information from this Tarot ebook. The Tarot ebook explains how to conduct a great reading, what each of the Major Arcana cards mean, and what most of the Minor Arcana cards mean. It tells you how to handle, shuffle, and clean your cards, as well as what they hold for your future. Dreams are discussed, and how Tarot cards can help you interpret them. All of this for the low price of $0.99!
Amazon Tarot ebooks
I was surprised to see how many Tarot ebooks are selling on Amazon. They have a Tarot section in the Divination section, so there are 100 Tarot ebook bestsellers right there. I have no intention of getting to one of those top spots, but priced at just $0.99 this book could get a few sales, and hopefully a few reviews.
The main thing is that it could generate interest in some of my other titles. Well, that’s the idea anyway. It could end up ruining my credibility by jumping around to so many niches. Time will tell, or perhaps the cards.
Tarot Card Spreads
The Tarot ebook details the history of Tarot cards, and how they didn’t come into their current form until about 100 to 150 years ago. When Tarot cards first came out they were used as playing cards, just like we use common cards today. It wasn’t until the French occultists began using them for divination purposes that they really came into the area that they’re known for today.
I’ve got pictures of nearly all of the 78 cards in the Tarot ebook, and I detail what those cards mean quite well. Not only do I describe the symbolism involved with those cards, but also what they can tell you if you have a Tarot reading. And you'll also see what earlier Tarot card decks looked like, not just the common Rider-Waite-Smith deck that's commonly known today. There's also the Tarot de Marseille as well as the Visconti-Modrone Tarot deck. Both date back to the 15th and 16th centuries, and both give us a different perspective on Tarot.
Readings will be discussed, and the major focus will be on the Celtic Cross. This reading involves 10 cards drawn by the Querent. The Querent is the person who is having the reading done for them, and the more they handle and touch the cards, the better. Many people believe this imparts cosmic energy into the cards, and results in a more accurate reading. This is how the Celtic Cross spread would look when laid down:
I have to admit I didn’t know much about Tarot cards until I took on this Tarot ebook. Little more than what I’d seen in movies like Live and Let Die. But like all of my projects, I learned. I read a lot and wrote a lot and made what was out there better. The result is a rather short Tarot ebook, a fully illustrated 70 pages on Word, and one that’s a great introduction to Tarot.
So what are you waiting for? Light your incense and grab your cards. You’re about to learn firsthand about Tarot: The Mystery and the Mystique!