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Every Man's Tarot: Tarot and the Male Experience

by John Mangiapane

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Believing that 98% of Tarot books are written by women for other women, author John Mangiapane has used his years of Tarot knowledge and experience to create card meanings that apply to men and men's situations. He removed the coy Victorian concepts stifling the cards and created a male-defined Tarot concept; part Tarot, and part men's life experiences and philosophies, with a touch of locker room talk. This concept applies to all men, straight, gay, or bisexual.

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