My first (and so far, only) tattoo is of the labyrinth at Canterbury Cathedral on the inside of my left wrist. I’ve always loved the contradictions of labyrinths. So simple, on the surface, and yet, complex, in terms of what happens when one walks it. There is only one way in and one way out, and yet every time you walk a labyrinth, even the same one, it is always a different journey.
Fans of internationally renowned illustrator Luis Royo, as well as tarot afficianados, will delight in the dreamy atmosphere, sensual figures, and superb workmanship of this finely-crafted, collectible tarot deckâ€”-created by one of the most popular fantasy artists of our time. Sepia tone dominates the emotionally-charged major arcana, while the minors are divided by color according to their suits (wands, pentacles, cups, and spades). The Labyrinth Tarotâ€™spowerful images, featuring Pagan and astrological symbols, were conceived solely for this eagerly-awaited project from Royo, whose award-winning work has adorned a wide range of merchandise and media, including comic books, games, and science fiction from major publishers.
The Labyrinth Tarot takes the reader on a journey, as all labyrinths do. The theme is subtle, woven symbolically throughout the deck by way of evocative imagery, astrological symbols, Hebrew letters, and other symbols. While the feel is esoteric and mysterious, the accompanying booklet provides clear, practical interpretations.
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