NEW YORK — Tarot is a form of magic, a way of revealing the hidden meanings of events in your life.
But when it comes to buying a tarot card, you’re better off taking the advice of your tarot guru than of a movie director.
You can’t have it both ways, said Mark Daley, a retired New York City-based cardiologist and author of The Tarot Guide to Reading Tarot.
You can have the tarot and the movie, but if you can’t figure out how to play the card, it’s not going to be for you.
Tarot cards are created by a group of 12 to 15 experts in the field, and they have to be printed, signed and shipped to the cards maker.
The artist creates the artwork and then gives it to the tarots writer.
The artist is the one who designs the cards, but they’re the ones who have to hand-pick the cards.
They have to know what the cards will look like and what they’re supposed to represent.
And there’s a lot of confusion about what’s going on.
Tarot is not like a traditional card game.
It’s not like you sit down and draw a deck of cards.
It requires a lot more effort than that.
Tarots is a lot like the ancient art of painting, but with a little more skill.
So, you have to understand that there’s actually a lot less magic involved than you might think.
There’s no magic to being a tarots reader, said Daley.
The Tarot Cards is a one-hour documentary, produced by the Center for Investigative Reporting, which airs on PBS on Tuesdays at 11 p.m.
It will air on PBS in the United States on Sunday at 9 p.me/PT.