This deck marks the coming of age of Tarot in Italy. The classic design of the Marseilles decks, reinvented by an anonymous artist, exemplifies 19th-century Italian art: detailed, symbolic, and richly colored in vibrant greens, muted reds, and vivid golds. The whole, decadently costumed array of Tarot archetypes are presented here, along with delicately ornamented Marseilles style pips.
What do to: Earlier [in the book], I mentioned one TV psychic who zips through her Tarot cards as fast as she can. In fifteen seconds, she’ll go through ten cards, smacking them into piles and making up a story as she goes. “King of Cups! You’re seeing an older man, aren’t ya? Three of Coins! It’s lots of work maintaining that relationship, eh? But here’s the Eight of Coins, which tells me you...
I talk to people about tarot all the time, and one of the things I hear a lot is, "Oh, I'm not good at tarot," or, "I've tried and it just doesn't work for me," or, "I just don't feel it with the cards."
Well, first of all, you might not feel it, and that's okay. I grew up playing cards, from Go Fish through Hearts and Gin Rummy, everyone in my... read this article