Hieronymus Bosch's unusual vision of the 16th century provides the filter through which Atanassov worked to create the Bosch Tarot. The quaint, the puzzling, the mildly amusing, the simply absurd, and sometimes even the lovely go hand-in-hand with the rawest monstrosity and the most disturbingly grotesque images. All the cards are titled in Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish.
I grew up with the saying, "In like a lion, out like a lamb," as a way of predicting what the weather would be like during the month of March. As a predictive tool, it has never served me well. Tarot has proven much more useful. But even with all its awesome potential, tarot is as much a question generator as it is an answer-giving tool. And that... read this article