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Beyond Worlds & The Tarot School's Ruth & Wald Amberstone!

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Are you ready to talk about the largest Tarot Convention in the World: The Reader's Studio?


Tonight, meet Tarot Grandmasters Ruth Ann & Wald Amberstone, co-founders of The Tarot School! Together they teach, write & publish about Tarot on all levels from divination to psychology to esotericism and magical practice.


More than a thousand students have taken live classes at The Tarot School since it opened its doors in 1995. Hundreds more from around the country have participated in Tarot Telecourses , and students from all over the world have purchased recordings from The Tarot School Audio Course Series and study The Tarot School Correspondence Course. Tarot Tips, the Tarot School's email newsletter, has thousands of subscribers worldwide.


The Amberstones are the authors of Tarot Tips: 78 Practical Techniques to Enhance Your Tarot Reading Skills, part of Llewellyn's "Special Topics in Tarot" series for readers and teachers. Their new book, The Secret Language of Tarot was published by Weiser Books (April 2008).


The New York Tarot Festival, presented in June 2002 by Ruth Ann, Wald, and the students of The Tarot School, was the first international Tarot symposium to be held on the East Coast.


The Readers Studio, also produced by The Tarot School, is an annual Tarot conference providing cutting-edge practical techniques to intermediate and advanced students, professional readers, teachers and authors. The next annual Readers Studio is scheduled for Spring, 2010.


See their websites at:
http://tarotschool.com
http://readersstudio.com

Erin from http://www.self-insights.com joins us to to readings during the last 30 minutes of the show!


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