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Paulina Tarot Cards – January 5, 2009
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"Very delicately done, following tradition, with the addition of many whimsical elements. This is a deck that could be used under any circumstances, even when reading for children."
- Aeclectic Tarot
"This deck would be a nice fit for beginners as well as the professional reader. The deck is also suitable for all ages. It will be enjoyed by anyone who is interested in a Rider-Waite-Smith type deck, but looking for something a little more whimsical." - American Tarot Association
"…this deck is truly delightful and original. Each card is filled with incredible detail, one more striking than the other." - Tarot in a Teacup
"I highly recommend this beautiful deck." - Integrative Tarot
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The cards 'read' true. While I haven't changed the basic meaning of the cards as I've read for 40 years, the Paulina Tarot cards have pulled me into a deeper level of their meaning. This was a delightful surprise. Who doesn't like a cool and attractive tool that makes you work better?!
Paulina Cassidy is such a talented artist and visionary. This is my new favorite deck.
As part of a tarot challenge, I kept trying to use the deck and eventually began bonding with it. I found myself so drawn to its beauty and depth, that I really couldn't believe how much my opinion had changed.
For beginners: this deck may be incredibly difficult to read. Despite having been an avid reader for over 2 years, I still have difficulty reading into these cards. However, the small pamphlet that comes with the deck is very useful.
My only complaint is that the deck tends to read "darkly" because of the color pallet, despite the readings having positive or uplifting meanings. This is not a major issue for myself, but may be for others.
In the endless Rider Waite clones that get stamped out each year, Paulina Tarot rises above the heard. I generally prefer a very boldly colored deck for easier interpretation. It is true, the colors are subtle and easy on the eye. Yet, they are no less vivid. I adore the delicate lines and layers of every card. This is not my first deck, and will not be my last. I collect decks, most are locked away as art decks. This one is very useable as well as aesthetically pleasing. Your clients get a visual treat, as well as very accurate advice.
Whimsical, dreamy and nostalgic, I cannot stop singing the praises of this labor of love. I followed Paulina's plight in New Orleans, after Hurricane Katrina. Indeed, the frailty of life is reflected in this deck. It will remain near & dear to my heart! If you feel there are too many decks published annually, treat yourself to this one. It is the new pinnacle as far as other Tarots are concerned. Good luck topping this one.