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    is a gentle melding of ochre medium blue light green and yellow This deck would appeal to collectors historians those who read or wish to learn to read with a Marseilles style deck or those who are simply looking for a very gentle deck June 2006 Ancient Tarots of Lombardy review by Bonnie Cehovet illustrator Ferdinando Gumppenburg Lo Scarabeo 1995 ISBN 0738700282 The Ancient Tarots of Lombardy is a Marseille style reproduction of a neoclassical deck created around 1810 by Ferdinando Gumppenberg in the region of Milan Italy Gumppenberg was an engraver which allows this deck to have a finer sense of detail than the wood block images of this time period The original deck was printed from metal engraving plates and hand colored The deck follows the traditional style Justice as VIII and Strength as XI with the titles in Italian The Major Arcana are as follows Il Matto Il Bagattelliere La Papessa L Imperatrice L Imperatore Il Papa Gli Amanti Il Carro La Giustizia L Eremita La ruota della Fortuna La Forza L Appeso Death untitled La Temperanza Il Diavolo La Torre La Stelle La Luna Il SoleIl Giudizio Il Mondo The suit names are Bastoni Wands Coppe Cups Spade Swords Danari Pentacles The Court cards are Il Re King La Regina Queen Il Cavaliere Knight Il Fante Page The cards are approximately 2 3 8 by 4 1 2 on sturdy good quality card stock The backs are ochre with an overall pattern in brownish red It would not be possible to tell if a card had been drawn upright or reversed The face of the cards has an ochre background with a figurative border approximately 1 4 in from the edge The Major Arcana show the card number in Roman numerals at the top of the card in the middle The card title is written in delicate script in Italian in the middle of the bottom of the card The card of The Fool is unnumbered The Minor Arcana show suit symbols only against a plain colored background There is no suit title but the number appears in small type in the upper left hand and lower right hand corners of the card The Ace of Coppes Cups shows the name of the illustrator Gumppenberg and the city the deck originated in Milan The Court cards show the title and suit across the bottom of the card in delicate script in Italian The suit of Coppes Cups uses an ornate cup as its symbol The suit of Danari Pentacles shows a disk as its symbol The suit of Bastoni Wands uses what amounts to a club as its symbol In the cards the symbol is alternated in the upright wide end on top and reversed slender end on top positions The symbol that the court cards carry is amusing it is so large that it looks like a weapon something to conk someone over the head with The suit of Spade Swords shows all straight swords

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    melding of ochre medium blue light green and yellow This deck would appeal to collectors historians those who read or wish to learn to read with a Marseilles style deck or those who are simply looking for a very gentle deck June 2006 Ancient Tarots of Lombardy review by Bonnie Cehovet illustrator Ferdinando Gumppenburg Lo Scarabeo 1995 ISBN 0738700282 The Ancient Tarots of Lombardy is a Marseille style reproduction of a neoclassical deck created around 1810 by Ferdinando Gumppenberg in the region of Milan Italy Gumppenberg was an engraver which allows this deck to have a finer sense of detail than the wood block images of this time period The original deck was printed from metal engraving plates and hand colored The deck follows the traditional style Justice as VIII and Strength as XI with the titles in Italian The Major Arcana are as follows Il Matto Il Bagattelliere La Papessa L Imperatrice L Imperatore Il Papa Gli Amanti Il Carro La Giustizia L Eremita La ruota della Fortuna La Forza L Appeso Death untitled La Temperanza Il Diavolo La Torre La Stelle La Luna Il SoleIl Giudizio Il Mondo The suit names are Bastoni Wands Coppe Cups Spade Swords Danari Pentacles The Court cards are Il Re King La Regina Queen Il Cavaliere Knight Il Fante Page The cards are approximately 2 3 8 by 4 1 2 on sturdy good quality card stock The backs are ochre with an overall pattern in brownish red It would not be possible to tell if a card had been drawn upright or reversed The face of the cards has an ochre background with a figurative border approximately 1 4 in from the edge The Major Arcana show the card number in Roman numerals at the top of the card in the middle The card title is written in delicate script in Italian in the middle of the bottom of the card The card of The Fool is unnumbered The Minor Arcana show suit symbols only against a plain colored background There is no suit title but the number appears in small type in the upper left hand and lower right hand corners of the card The Ace of Coppes Cups shows the name of the illustrator Gumppenberg and the city the deck originated in Milan The Court cards show the title and suit across the bottom of the card in delicate script in Italian The suit of Coppes Cups uses an ornate cup as its symbol The suit of Danari Pentacles shows a disk as its symbol The suit of Bastoni Wands uses what amounts to a club as its symbol In the cards the symbol is alternated in the upright wide end on top and reversed slender end on top positions The symbol that the court cards carry is amusing it is so large that it looks like a weapon something to conk someone over the head with The suit of Spade Swords shows all straight swords rather than a

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    and yellow This deck would appeal to collectors historians those who read or wish to learn to read with a Marseilles style deck or those who are simply looking for a very gentle deck June 2006 Ancient Tarots of Lombardy review by Bonnie Cehovet illustrator Ferdinando Gumppenburg Lo Scarabeo 1995 ISBN 0738700282 The Ancient Tarots of Lombardy is a Marseille style reproduction of a neoclassical deck created around 1810 by Ferdinando Gumppenberg in the region of Milan Italy Gumppenberg was an engraver which allows this deck to have a finer sense of detail than the wood block images of this time period The original deck was printed from metal engraving plates and hand colored The deck follows the traditional style Justice as VIII and Strength as XI with the titles in Italian The Major Arcana are as follows Il Matto Il Bagattelliere La Papessa L Imperatrice L Imperatore Il Papa Gli Amanti Il Carro La Giustizia L Eremita La ruota della Fortuna La Forza L Appeso Death untitled La Temperanza Il Diavolo La Torre La Stelle La Luna Il SoleIl Giudizio Il Mondo The suit names are Bastoni Wands Coppe Cups Spade Swords Danari Pentacles The Court cards are Il Re King La Regina Queen Il Cavaliere Knight Il Fante Page The cards are approximately 2 3 8 by 4 1 2 on sturdy good quality card stock The backs are ochre with an overall pattern in brownish red It would not be possible to tell if a card had been drawn upright or reversed The face of the cards has an ochre background with a figurative border approximately 1 4 in from the edge The Major Arcana show the card number in Roman numerals at the top of the card in the middle The card title is written in delicate script in Italian in the middle of the bottom of the card The card of The Fool is unnumbered The Minor Arcana show suit symbols only against a plain colored background There is no suit title but the number appears in small type in the upper left hand and lower right hand corners of the card The Ace of Coppes Cups shows the name of the illustrator Gumppenberg and the city the deck originated in Milan The Court cards show the title and suit across the bottom of the card in delicate script in Italian The suit of Coppes Cups uses an ornate cup as its symbol The suit of Danari Pentacles shows a disk as its symbol The suit of Bastoni Wands uses what amounts to a club as its symbol In the cards the symbol is alternated in the upright wide end on top and reversed slender end on top positions The symbol that the court cards carry is amusing it is so large that it looks like a weapon something to conk someone over the head with The suit of Spade Swords shows all straight swords rather than a combination of straight and curved swords The

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    the dark border The Pips show the suit in each of the above five languages across the top and bottom of the card The Pip number appears in white against the dark border at the top of the card For the court cards the title and suit appear in each of the five above languages across the top and bottom of the card The artistry in this deck is very gentle with a very mystical quality We find the Fool as an old man with a staff in one hand and a fishing rod with a fish on the hook in the other The Magician appears as a Buddha like figure in a yellow robe seated in front of a low table on which rest his tools sword wand and chalice Behind him we see a cloud filled sky and some type of red structure two red pillars on each side with a narrow red board between then close to the top and a third pillar at the top connecting the two vertical pillars The Goddess High Priestess is a lovely multi armed figure holding an open book in one of her right hands The Empress is a bit disconcerting as she appears as a warrior with a scepter ending in a blade held firmly in her left hand and a look of determination on her face The Priest is a Hermit like figure in a gray robe with a staff in his left hand standing at the edge of a pond surrounded by animals with a full moon in the background Justice is awesome showing a huge ethereal Buddha like figure with his hand clasped together in front of him a night sky in back of him and three darkened pagodas in front of him There is definite humor in the Monk Hermit which shows a rotund Buddha like figure in a red loincloth seated on the ground fanning himself with a leaf that he hold sin his left hand What appears to be a frog figure is balancing himself above the figure on the limb of a tree The Wheel Wheel of Fortune shows a bright green dragon head and tail circled together with a Samurai at its center The Hanged Man moves away from tradition a bit as it shows two figures on the ground one of which is holding the end of the rope from which the Hanged Man is hanging with the other figure holding a swords in his right hand The Hanged Man wearing a red coat hangs by one foot only with his arms free and a sword in his right hand The World is an interesting card showing three pillars with a female figure standing on top of one of the pillars and what appears to be the same figure at the bottom of the pillar The World shows a female figure wearing a kimono holding onto a white ribbon that forms a circle with the Yin Yang symbol in the middle The Aces are interesting cards with the Ace of Chalices showing red flowers coming from a low container with an open fan to one side The Ace of pentacles shows three figures crossing a bridge with two circles one inside the other in the sky above them In the middle of the inner circle we see what appears to be an S The Ace of Wands shows a hand holding a Wand with a walled fortress behind it topped by a large building castle The Ace of Swords shows a sword held in the right hand of a warrior in war gear with an object that I cannot identify in his left hand While the symbolism in this deck is not traditional to Tarot it does follow its own tradition and is very well presented This is a theme deck yes but it would work in a reading for a reader that was well versed in the Tarot and as a comparative deck This is not a deck for beginners but could be used in meditation as well as ritual ceremony work I found it to be a deck that I connected easily with and one that brought a smile to my face May 2006 Golden Tarot of Klimt author Bepi Vigna illustrator A A Atanassov based on the artwork of Gustav Klimt Lo Scarabeo 2005 ISBN 073870790 2 In a word this deck is stunning Done in gold leaf it is based on the art of twentieth century Austrian artist Gustav Klimt His work reflects the art and culture of early twentieth century Vienna Klimt left the School of Arts and Crafts in protest of his belief that painting and other figurative arts were not being given their proper worth at this time theater and operatic music took precedence with the Austro Hungarian court With fellow painters he helped create a splinter group known as the Vienna Secession whose aim was to promote Austrian art at home and abroad Of these painters Klimt stands out as perfectly expressing the spirit of the bourgeois and the aristocratic world of his time His works created a dream like universe that was both decadent and magnificent He is considered to be one of the initiators of the tradition of modern design through his combining pictorial techniques and purely graphical techniques These are the works that inspired artist A A Atanassov to create this absolutely stunning deck The gold leaf itself is mesmerizing but the art that it enhances is also in a class of its own The work is very stylized with the figures appearing long and thin bordering on seeming emaciated the type of thing that one would see in a fun house mirror the skin tones are extremely pale with the background colors tending to orange red or shades of brown The deck follows the traditional structure of the Tarot with traditional titles for the Major Arcana and the placement of Justice at VIII and Strength at XI The Minor

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    a discussion of elements within the card upright and reversed divinatory meanings The spread that is used as an example in the LWB is the ten card Celtic Cross Spread Suggested derivations of the spread include using only the 22 Major Arcana cards using the 22 Major Arcana cards the 16 Court cards and the 4 Aces as well as using all 78 cards from the deck The cards are outsized approximately 3 5 8 by 6 7 8 They are of sturdy glossy coated card stock The backs are a solid brownish red The faces show a light yellow border followed by a light brown border followed by a border that is color coded dark blue for the Major Arcana red the Pips and dark blue for the court cards Kaplan describes the background for the Major Arcana is a decorative rectangular panel with a border containing a pattern of repetitive tooled dots generally seven dots in a circle and one dot in the center The border surrounds an overall gold background with repeating suns with eight wavy rays within a diamond or lozenge shaped pattern The figures on the four court cards for each suit are definitive the figures on the suit of Staves Wands wear silver pleated garments and carry a long stave or rod with a large vessel at either end except for the King whose rod has a finial only at the top the figures on the suit of Cups wear gold garments decorated with the heraldic device of sun and rays each figure holds a large cup or chalice as a symbol of the suit the figures in the suit of Swords are dressed in armor with each figure carrying a large sword as a symbol of the suit the figures in the suit of coins Pentacles are wearing garments decorated with blue hexagonal ribbons that wind around circular suns with straight rays The Knight of Coins has been recreated to replace the missing original The King of Coins is the only one of the four Kings to not wear a ducal crown similar to that worn by the other three Kings The Minor Arcana Pips are drawn Marseilles style with representations of the suit only with no illustrations The background for the Pips is vines and flowers There are no titles numbers or suit names on any of the cards I found the Major Arcana to be of most interest in this deck as they represent one of the first Tarot decks ever produced From these cards we can see where the changes came on through the years Here we see the Fool facing us directly without his purse and faithful companion The Magician we see seated before his table the High Priestess is seated book in hand but there are no pillars The Empress shows the a seated figure with a shield in one hand the Emperor holds a globe in his left hand and a scepter in his right hand The

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    Tale goes far beyond being a mere collection of three card readings as interesting as that would be James has broken the book down into three sections Preludes covers numerological and elemental associations court cards finding card meanings reversed cards rephrasing the question three card spreads pulling it all together and ethical considerations Three Card KnightHawk Readings includes 22 readings keyed to the 22 cards of the Major Arcana A Celtic Cross KnightHawk Tarot Reading presents a reading and explanation using the Celtic Cross spread Appendix 1 Comments on the Seventy eight Tarot Cards covers each card of the Tarot with an appropriate quote keywords comments on the cards energy and advice on how the card can be worked with Appendix 2 Card Reading Cross Reference lists all of the cards that appeared in each of the readings and the readings that they appeared in The Bibliography and References section lists books and references to where the readings have appeared previously The Prelude section is a gift to all Tarot students whatever their level In discussing numerology James makes a point of showing how the numbers flow into build upon each other as well as presenting their general significance He discusses how the energy of the numbers shows up in the mechanics of real life which translates very easily into the story of the reading being presented to the Seeker He does the same thing for the nature of the suits so that Wands are growth and energy as well as passion Cups are reflective and nourishing as well as flowing Swords can be weapons or useful tools and Pentacles relate to safety and security as well as finances and grounding The Major Arcana become the fifth suit the suit of Spirit Court cards become quite interesting when one considers that they carry not only psychological nuances but that they also carry the energy of their suit and rank This suit and rank stuff becomes an Aha experience when applied to ranking within work or group situations James also discusses associative meanings for the Court cards such as Kings and Queens being men or women in the Seeker s environment that are older than they are while Page s can be seen as a male or female in the Seeker s environment that is younger than they are with Knight s becoming the Seeker s peers That should open up quite a few readings As for the card meanings James advises studying the meanings developed by others as a way of developing determining your own meanings Reversed cards are broken into the Five D s Diminuation Delay Denial Dark Side and Direction Reversals are invariably tricky territory in that they are what they are due to the interaction with the cards surrounding them Even a small help with identifying them becomes a big help I was also impressed with the presentation of a Reversal Cube which worked with projection vrs internalization external blocks vrs internal resistance and diminution vrs delay

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    any or all of his suppositions my feeling is that this book at the very least presents ideas for further study and opens the mind in many ways not only as to the origins of the Tarot but as a mini study in word derivation and usage I am left with the thought that this material certainly warrants further study and that the material here has found its time I should mention here that there is an extensive bibliography in case the reader does want to do some research of their own Swift presents a good amount of information from this book on his Internet site http www vaxxine com mirrorofthefree It is well worth visiting as included amongst the text are scans of some of the seals that are being referred to very much an Aha experience This is a limited edition hand bound book of 317 pages with illustrations from material held at the British Museum the Directorate General of Antiquities in Baghdad the Hermer Verlag in Munich the Louvre in Paris the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York City the Vorderasiatisches Museum in Berlin and in private collections Mirror of the Free can be purchased here http cgi ebay com Mirror of the Free Rare d Ltd Ed OCCULT TAROT W0QQitemZ4588568629QQcategory Z378QQcmdZViewItem Yes this is an e Bay item directly from the publishing company January 2006 The Kaleidoscope Tarot reviewed by Bonnie Cehovet TE author Leisa ReFalo illustrator Leisa ReFalo Independently Published 2005 The Kaleidoscope Tarot is the precursor to Leisa s independently published Tarot of Color card deck Based on the color and attribution system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn this deck consists of 80 opaque stained glass colored tiles the traditional 78 tiles plus two additional tiles one for Earth and a clear tile for Spirit each bearing an appropriate symbol Elemental Planetary or Astrological symbols for the Major Arcana the Pips numbered 1 10 K for King Q for Queen k for Knight P for Page Note One change that I would make here is to use Kn for Knight the poor guy should have a capitol letter in his title The tiles come in a 2 1 4 by 3 clear plastic box well padded so that the tiles are not scratched or broken Four plastic cards line the box one on each side Two cards show graphics of the Major Arcana tiles in different arrangements one lists the Elements and the Planets with their symbols color and card associations one lists the signs of the Zodiac with their symbols color and card associations The concept here is truly interesting using the geometric form of the tiles elongated diamond spreads take on a whole new meaning Leisa has some great examples on her site http tarotjourney net tarotofcolor kaleidoscope tarot of how this can be done What an amazing way to open up a reading More examples can be seen at http leisa bitblaster com a 35792447486042234 photoalbum hptb A hint here move your cursor over each individual scan and you will see what the scan represents i e a one card spread a three card relationship spread a three card Past Present Future spread etc The limits here are only those that the reader places on themselves One of the other gifts of note on this site is a very unique comparison of traditional Universal Waite Tarot cards Tarot of Color cards and Kaleidoscope Tarot tiles Seen in this manner it is easy to imagine how these decks can be used to compliment each other as well as how the Kaleidoscope Tarot and Tarot of Color decks evolved Backing this up are easy to read charts on color and symbol associations great references for any Tarot student The downloads aren t too shabby either a Tarot of Color e book Tarot of Color in the Orphalese format Hello Tarot colored by Leisa in Orphalese format samples of the Celtic Cross Spread using the Tarot of Color the Hello Tarot and the Universal Waite Tarot a Plain Tarot black and white not illustrated and templates for spreads using the Kaleidoscope Tarot note the templates are done to size so that they can be printed out and used as is At this time there is no companion book or e book for the Kaleidoscope Tarot There is an in depth e book in process which will include a section on the colors association with specific cards issues connected with each color what too much of a color indicates what too little of a color indicates associated crystals and essential oils life illustrations sections on Elemental Planetary and Astrological associations including charts relating the Colors Planets Trumps Colors Elements Trumps Colors Zodiac Signs Trumps and a very unique section on the Zodiac Signs which includes glyphs of the signs the associated Sun Sign Opposite Sign ruling planet charts on polarity mode season keywords and associated Tarot cards In case you don t think this is enough information there is a graphic showing the seasons the Fixed Mutable and Cardinal signs and the associations with the Pips accompanied by a list of quotes on color This lovely stained glass Tarot opens up many avenues it brings out a wonderful sense of how color is related to the Tarot is a unique tool for learning teaching esoteric associations gives an entirely new look to comparative readings note try setting the spreads out side by side rather than placing the tiles by the corresponding cards lends itself well to meditation journeying these are stained glass tiles folks you can use essential oils with them and you can choose to either hold them in your hands or hold them in place over your third eye with a piece of cloth and can be used in scrying to great effect place the tile in a clear low container of water light a candle or candles behind it darken the room and gaze into the surface of the

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    the game and every card has something for us even the ones that we might consider bad or negative Here we also read about meeting and greeting our inner critic and finding a place for them Another person that we might want to meet our personal Guide This section ends with twenty two tips for keeping a journal fresh The tips were good ones but for me this was more information than was necessary which I felt occurred throughout this book What Crowns You This section covered privacy and ethics issues when working with journaling What Grounds You This section addressed using the Tarot journal as a foundation for working with Tarot cards Included in this section are various methods for interpreting the cards working with the card a day technique and the function of spreads and layouts Using the Tarot for meditation is addressed as well as timed writing and working with various Tarot prompts What Lies Behind You This section addresses looking at the past and at times rewriting it There is a presentation of the Tarot in groups of seven cards that is well worth studying here What Lies Before You This section addresses designing our own futures through the Tarot The ability to make plans as well as to move back and forth in time is discussed here Your Self This section addresses how we see ourselves what we see as our strengths what we see as our weaknesses how we express ourselves and how we see the world Included in this section is a listing of statements to be completed by the person doing the journaling These are broken down into the categories of spiritual self emotional self physical self and mental self While this is a strong section I also felt that it was overkill Your House This section addresses rebuilding relationships reconciling old grievances and reconnecting with family and friends through journaling if not in real time Your Hopes and Fears This section addresses exploring our hopes and desires as well as the shadow issues in our lives What Will Come This section addresses quite simply the future The issue of intuitive versus psychic abilities are discussed to some extent Unfortunately intuition takes a knock that it does not need to take Developing psychic ability is addressed with several common sense guidelines listed Appendices are included for writing prompts Minor Arcana correspondences conducting a Tarot reading Tarot card keywords and forms and templates for making the actual journal entries Kenner has developed an adjutant Internet site www tarotjournaling com which is rich in Tarot Journaling content including downloadable templates There is also an associated Yahoo Group www yahoogroups com tarotjournaling where weekly writing prompts are presented for group members Tarot Journaling is a very good basic start to journaling with the Tarot There will always be parts of any work that individuals disagree with a significant disagreement for me was with the presentation of the significator but that does not mean that the work does not merit study use A good caveat here would be to take with you what works and to leave the rest behind January 2006 The Kaleidoscope Tarot reviewed by Bonnie Cehovet TE author Leisa ReFalo illustrator Leisa ReFalo Independently Published 2005 The Kaleidoscope Tarot is the precursor to Leisa s independently published Tarot of Color card deck Based on the color and attribution system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn this deck consists of 80 opaque stained glass colored tiles the traditional 78 tiles plus two additional tiles one for Earth and a clear tile for Spirit each bearing an appropriate symbol Elemental Planetary or Astrological symbols for the Major Arcana the Pips numbered 1 10 K for King Q for Queen k for Knight P for Page Note One change that I would make here is to use Kn for Knight the poor guy should have a capitol letter in his title The tiles come in a 2 1 4 by 3 clear plastic box well padded so that the tiles are not scratched or broken Four plastic cards line the box one on each side Two cards show graphics of the Major Arcana tiles in different arrangements one lists the Elements and the Planets with their symbols color and card associations one lists the signs of the Zodiac with their symbols color and card associations The concept here is truly interesting using the geometric form of the tiles elongated diamond spreads take on a whole new meaning Leisa has some great examples on her site http tarotjourney net tarotofcolor kaleidoscope tarot of how this can be done What an amazing way to open up a reading More examples can be seen at http leisa bitblaster com a 35792447486042234 photoalbum hptb A hint here move your cursor over each individual scan and you will see what the scan represents i e a one card spread a three card relationship spread a three card Past Present Future spread etc The limits here are only those that the reader places on themselves One of the other gifts of note on this site is a very unique comparison of traditional Universal Waite Tarot cards Tarot of Color cards and Kaleidoscope Tarot tiles Seen in this manner it is easy to imagine how these decks can be used to compliment each other as well as how the Kaleidoscope Tarot and Tarot of Color decks evolved Backing this up are easy to read charts on color and symbol associations great references for any Tarot student The downloads aren t too shabby either a Tarot of Color e book Tarot of Color in the Orphalese format Hello Tarot colored by Leisa in Orphalese format samples of the Celtic Cross Spread using the Tarot of Color the Hello Tarot and the Universal Waite Tarot a Plain Tarot black and white not illustrated and templates for spreads using the Kaleidoscope Tarot note the templates are done to size so that they can be

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