Calling the cards

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  Times group books publishing
  Maanya kohli
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SKU / ISBN No 9788189906702
Product Title Calling the cards
Publisher Times group books publishing
Author Maanya kohli
Publication Year 2009
Edition Revised Edition
No.of pages 175
Weight 152 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference Children Books

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Book Description; Tarot cards, also known as Tarocchi cards, are a secretlanguage and a secret scripture, a book and anlphabet, a method of highly accurate predictions and apath to higher spirituality. Unfortunately in thecontemporary world, they have been relegated to thplace of a pack of cards used for fortune telling.To understand the immense power of Tarot, let us firstunderstand the power of dreams. According to a study,we spend one-third of our lives sleeping or rather we arein the world of dreams. Dreams are a way ofcommunicating with our soul, our spirit or our higherconscious. It is said that many great discoveries or piecesof literature have been inspired by drems.Friedrich Kekule, who gave the world the structure ofBenzene, had actually seen the structure in his dream inwhich he saw a snake eating its own tail. Samuel TaylorColeridge's poem, Kubla Khan, was the product of adream that he had. US President Abraham Lincoln had apremonitory dream where he actually felt the stillness ofdeath before he was assassinated. Srinivasa Ramanuian,the famous mathematician, describes one of his dreamsof mathematical discovery:

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