Tarot For Beginners

This hands-on workshop includes the history of this unique art form and its practices. Students will learn the rudiments of the four suits, the significance of the numbers, and the interpretation of “Major Arcana” cards. Discussion encouraged, and we will practice some simple readings, and then move on to more complex readings. We use the Rider-Waite deck, designed by Pamela Colman-Smith for in-class readings. Appropriate for beginners, and those wishing to practice and improve their abilities. Instructor: Sally Cragin

Sections

TARO-WI20.01

Start Date

March 9, 2020

Time

7:45pm

Location

CCAE

Cost

$50.00

Availability

6

Monday, 7:45-9:45pm. Mar. 9

Instructors: Sally Cragin

Instructor

Sally Cragin


Sally Cragin is an award-winning journalist whose arts writing and theater reviews appeared regularly in the Boston Phoenix, Boston Herald, and most recently, the Boston Globe. She has won two Penney-Missouri Journalism awards for feature writing. She wrote “Moon Signs” for many newspapers nationwide, including the Boston Phoenix chain. She is also the author of The Astrological Elements, and Astrology on the Cusp (Llewellyn Worldwide) which have been translated and sold in a number of countries including India, Russia, Canada, British Virgin Islands, the Czech Republic and Estonia. From 1999-2001, she provided weekly astrological audio forecasts for Audible.com. She serves on the Fitchburg School Committee and is a State Committeewoman for the Worcester/Middlesex Democratic District.