- Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Box Tcr Cr edition (September 8, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0738754366
- ISBN-13: 978-0738754369
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 2 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 79 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,386 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Lo Scarabeo's Tarot decks have been acclaimed all over the world for originality and quality. With the best Italian and international artists, each Lo Scarabeo deck is an exceptional artistic value.
Commited to developing innovative new decks while preserving the rich tradition of Tarot, Lo Scarabeo continues to be a favorite among collectors and readers.
Llewellyn is the exclusive distributor of Lo Scarabeo products in North America.
Lunaea Weatherstone (Portland, Oregon) is a priestess, writer, teacher, and tarot counselor who has been serving the Pagan community for more than twenty-five years, since her days as owner/editor of SageWoman magazine. As Grove Mother for the Sisterhood of the Silver Branch, she offers year-long programs in goddess spirituality. Lunaea has been working with the tarot for more than forty years.~
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The images are variated, yet integrated well aesthetically from Celtic, Western-perspective-Egyptian, Western alchemy and Renaissance individuated philosophies and fashion within a well balanced and not over crowded design - the integration and aesthetic focus really help in memorizing the meaning visages offered therein.
The Book is revealing and extremely interesting, even for those who would not use this deck for other reasons - the interpretations are discerning and well balanced, rich in meaning, up to date in rejection of deterministic approaches - not imposing and are generally giving an impression of enlightened view of Tarot - free choice and hope whatever rises from necessity of external circumstances on the ground.
I do find the quality of this deck on all levels satisfactory indeed, and beyond.
A very well appreciated addition to my library - I will definitely use this deck!!
I was very skeptical about ordering this deck. In a YouTube deck review I watched the artwork on the cards looked odd and cardstock seemed thin. When I got the deck and saw it in person I was very pleased. Very nice artwork and cards shuffle very nicely. They have a very nice gloss finish. The cards are a tad bit thicker than the typical modern tarot cards that are on the market. I LOVE that there are no borders.
This deck will take time to get used to, but I really love it. It's honestly become an immediate favorite of mine.
Oh! Another reason to buy this deck...
I don’t read tarot card reversals. I rely on my intuition and surrounding and /or supporting cards. So what’s also really great about this deck is that the other images and interpretations for each card in this deck, give off different intuitive energy influences provided with this deck that increase intuitive messages that come through.
Packaging: This kit comes in a nice sturdy box with a magnetic hinge--it's really quite beautiful. The cards themselves are in one of those cardboard cut-out things inside, and the book rests perfectly on top of them.
Book: I just took a quick look through the book, So I'm not going to go into depth. Each of the majors get 2 pages: one page per side of the card. The minors each get their own page, which covers both sides. All images are in color, which is a really nice touch. There's also a little index at the back that covers symbols, which is another nice touch.
Card stock: Honestly, it's not my favorite. It feels a bit thinner than the typical LoS cardstock. If you don't have a problem with their standard stock, you probably won't have any issues with these, I just prefer a thicker card stock, personally. They're nice and glossy and shuffle well though. I don't riffle shuffle generally, but they seem perfect for that.
Card Images: Some of the cards definitely feel like cgi. They remind me a bit of 'The Night Sun' Tarot in their style, though much better done in my opinion. Some cards are much less obvious with this. Overall, it's not enough to bother me--the images are still detailed, colorful, and generally quite beautiful.
Now, the fun thing about this deck is that they're double sided--there is no back. For most of the cards, the back is simply the back view of the image. But it's not *that* simple--often the landscape is changed, and a lot of little details are added. They're really quite well done, and definitely unique. Some of the cards have completely different images for their back, though I think there were only a few of those.
Overall, it's definitely a unique deck, and will take some getting used to. The two sides offer so much more depth, it'll be interesting to see how it reads! If you're intrigued by the idea, I say go ahead and get the deck.