Legacy of the Divine Tarot

Legacy of the Divine Tarot

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Step into a lost world from long ago, a world enshrouded in a veil of darkness after a cataclysmic collision that stilled the earth. Millennia pass and only humankind has survived - through the divine gift of prophetic dreams. Exquisitely rich and magical, this new tarot deck by digital artist Ciro Marchetti takes you into the heart of fantasy and guides you toward hope, wisdom, and inspiration. An insightful companion guidebook, "Gateway to the Divine Tarot", presents the author's interpretations of each card's meaning and significance, along with additional perspectives from highly respected experts in the tarot community, including Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone, James Ricklef, and Leisa ReFalo.

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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 312 pages
  • 139.7 x 213.36 x 63.5mm | 635.03g
  • Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
  • Minnesota, United States
  • English
  • 78 full colour cards
  • 0738715654
  • 9780738715650
  • 14,987

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About Ciro Marchetti

Ciro Marchetti (Florida) is an award-winning artist from the United Kingdom. Marchetti manages his own design agency, gives workshops and lectures on digital imagery and illustration at the Fort Lauderdale Art Institute, and continues to create his own visionary art. Visit him online at www.ciromarchetti.com.

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Customer reviews

I got this kit yesterday and I'm still very excited. I haven't read the book yet, just excerpts or specific chapters. The cards are indeed unique and beautiful. But I have to say this, and that's the reason for this review. The cards seemed to me like they where very thin... thinner than other decks I have! This means that they are bending easily which means that extra caution and delicacy handling is needed. It's a shame really to have such a beautiful deck and be afraid that cards might be ruined eventually by accidental mishandling. It feels like the Publisher tried to reduce production expenses, by reducing the paper's weight/thickness... or their target group is limited to Tarot collectors/enthusiasts and not Tarot readers... So I'm really having second thoughts about buying again any deck from that Publisher. But that is just my humble opinion and for others this might not be an issue at all.show more
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