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An introduction to the Tarot with Ali Mather
Fri 30 June 2017, 19:00 – 21:00 BST
Although the roots of the tarot are in the occult tradition, interest in the cards has expanded in the last few decades to include many different perspectives. New decks have been created that reflect these interests. There are Native American, herbal, dragon and Japanese decks, among others.
The tarot is most commonly viewed as a tool for divination. A traditional tarot reading involves a seeker - someone who is looking for answers to personal questions - and a reader - someone who knows how to interpret the cards. After the seeker has shuffled and cut the deck, the reader lays out the chosen cards in a pattern called a spread. Each position in the spread has a meaning, and each card has a meaning as well. The reader combines these two meanings to shed light on the seeker's question.
Ali Mather will introduce you to this form of divination in an informal and fun spiritual development class.
Places are strictly limited so pre-booking is essential. Feel free to bring your own cards along.