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Tea leaves look like mush, and the lines on your palm are marred by calluses, but maybe the colorful images of vices, virtues, and elemental forces in a tarot deck could offer some guidance. Before you go pooh poohing the cards because you think they’re new age crap, you should know that psychologist Carl Jung studied the tarot. “The cards are basically archetypes, and they apply to everybody’s lives,” says Lexie Pfetzing, who has a background in psychology and has been reading cards for about fifteen years. “Each card tells a story, and you will learn to meditate on those.” See how the deck is stacked in tonight’s tarot class from 7:00 to 9:00 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami, 7701 SW 76th Ave., Miami. Admission costs $40 for the four week series, which runs through February 23. Call 305 667 3697, or visit to register.
Thursdays. Starts: Feb. 2. Continues through Feb. 23


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