I recently wrote a book about tarot spreads. It will be available in April. In it, I make what I think is a really good case for the importance of the design in which the cards are laid out on the table. That is, are they in a vertical line, a horizontal line, a square, a cross? I think that this matters.
Some people disagree, on being one of my esteemed colleagues and the winner of the 2011 Tarosophy Award. Angelo Nasios, if you donâ€™t know him, puts out excellent YouTube videos about tarot. Check out his channel, and in particular this video.
I was able to get a review copy for him and ask him to review it (like he reviewed my Tarot for Beginners). Iâ€™m excited to hear his opinion on the matter. Debate and discussion is how we all grow and learn as readers. Although he did a pre-review giving his initial impressions (which you can see HERE, it will be a while before we can his full review. In the meantime, what is your opinion? When you do a reading, does the geometric layout of the cards affect your interpretation at all?
Oh, and just because I am in love with it, here is the cover of my new book: