Astrology Reading Cards

Your Personal Guidance from the Stars

By: Alison Chester Lambert and Richard Crookes

$29.99

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This 36 card deck with accompanying guidebook will help you fulfill your desire to truly understand astrology. The cards make learning quick and easy through interaction with Zodiac Signs, House and Planet cards.


With the Astrology Reading Cards, you ll be able to give readings to others and yourself to unlock such questions as; How will I find my partner? Will I receive money in the future? What sort of career would suit me?

This card deck was designed by an international leading astrologer as a simple, easy-to-use pack that utilizes the archetypal energies of astrology to answer questions about the Present and the Future. Select a card from each of 3 separate sets; the Zodiac Signs, the Planets and the Houses; and then use the guidelines in the book to interpret the answer; just like going to a professional astrologer.

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ISBN: 9781921878770

Published: Mar/12 (AU/NZ)

Format: Slipcase

Dimensions: 187 mm  x  130 mm

About The Author

Alison Chester Lambert

Alison Chester Lambert

Astrologer

Alison Chester-Lambert is the founder of the Midlands School of Astrology in the United Kingdom and she also runs an astrological consultancy practice.

She writes horoscopes for several magazines in the United Kingdom and was a regular column for The Astrological Journal. She is the author of The Future in the Stars, and her academic research has been published in the Journal of Research in Astrology.

 

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Richard Crookes

Richard Crookes

Artist

Richard Crookes was born in Preston, UK, in 1960 and has been working as an artist/illustrator for over 30 years, providing illustrations for the publishing industries  - book jackets, illustration and calligraphy as well as exhibiting, selling his fine artwork and working on commission.

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