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The Gill Tarot Cards – July 1, 1996
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But Gill's book gives much more versatility to Gill's wonderfully illustrated cards by giving more in depth definitions of the card images that she chose for each of the Major and Minor Arcana. There's much more in the full book than is in the 24 page booklet that is provided with just the cards. And there's much more to the Minor Arcana than the simple definitions Gill decided to print on each card - and this book gives those definitions.
The Gill Tarot has a great deal of Jewish Kabbalistic symbolism - only some of which I caught even on continued use. Like a couple of the reviewrs before me, I now find myself being drawn into a study of the Kabbalah and its meanings - a study that these cards began and that these cards will probably help me with. The Tree of Life, a continuing symbol of Gill's Tarot, is an important part of many mystic journeys, especially Kabbalistic ones, and this deck of cards will assist you while travelling down that narrow path that can only be defined by you.
There's enough info for beginners in this book, but the serious student will find something to like as well. One of my higher recommendations.