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  • Cards: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S.; Tcr Crds/P edition (12 Jun. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738735728
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738735726
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 15.8 x 4.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 270,622 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Anna K devoted nearly ten years to crafting the Anna.K Tarot, her debut divination deck. She was awarded a scholarship to attend the Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in 2003 and has degrees in sociology and philosophy. Visit her online at AnnaK-tarot.at

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jannert on 17 Jun. 2014
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This is the first deck of Tarot cards I've bought in a while that really got me excited. While the pictures (for the most part) are Waite-inspired, they are not in any way copies of the Waite designs. Facial expressions and details on each card are fabulous. If the card is about an angry person or a fearful one or a happy one, these emotions show in the characters' faces. This is the kind of deck you could probably interpret even if you had never done a Tarot reading in your life.

I have a few slight issues, hence the 4-stars. The booklet is interesting, and has some good insights into layouts, and she explains her own view of the cards quite well—but she completely dismisses and ignores reversed meanings. She's one of those readers who turns all the cards right-side up when she reads. If you're the sort of reader who appreciates the nuances of a reversed meaning, you'll need to make them up yourself. Not necessarily a bad thing, but a niggle.

Another niggle ...for some reason she has swapped the position of Strength and Justice. Justice now is card VIII, while Strength (Force) is card XI. This won't matter if you're new to this and this is your first deck, but if you're an experienced reader, this will be weird. I wouldn't mind if she'd explained why she did it, but she never mentioned the swap, at least not in the booklet.

I also have an issue with one of the cards. It's the Chariot. The picture is of a man taking off into the sky, on the start of an inspirational journey. The normal meaning of the Chariot is exactly the opposite, really. It has to do with the kind of vehicle or method a person chooses to make their way in the world.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inner Whispers on 3 Oct. 2014
There are many things I love about the Anna K Tarot (self-published, 2010, Llewellyn, 2013). I was first tempted to buy the self-published version after seeing the Eight of Swords: a woman who is unbound, but sees herself in a mirror as she is more traditionally seen, with a ribbon wrapped tight around her and swords all around. After receiving and using the deck, there are many more things which delight me about it, several of which are highlighted by today’s selection of cards.

For one thing, I adore the more nature-based perspective on wisdom that the cards often embody. Take the High Priestess: she looks almost like she’s giving birth to the moon. And the phases of the moon are there, too, representing her understanding of the cycles of life. It is a deep, bodily knowing, rather than something merely intellectual. She leans up against a grand, old tree, leaning on the wisdom of nature, drawing from it. Both her gown and the tree’s roots spills into the pool next to them, representing their connection to emotions and the unconscious. In all of this, the High Priestess gazes up towards the night sky, looking totally calm and at peace - beautiful!

I love the sunny yellow that is found in so many of the cards, such as both the Queen of Wands and Ace of Wands. It’s the colour that adorns most of the walls in my home, and has done for the last 13 years. Before that, I had curtains that colour for a few years, too, before moving in with someone who didn’t like yellow... No wonder that relationship didn’t last :D

There is a warmth and radiance to this deck that fills me with happy feelings. It’s not just about the colours, but also about the expressions on people’s faces. Look at the Queen of Wands, she is joyous!
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I acquired this deck from the creator several years back (in German) and found the cards to be delightful in colour and image and easy to work with (my minimal German language skills helped with the booklet but really, it wasn't needed as the cards are so expressive and 'down to Earth'). Those familiar with the Rider-Waite will obviously 'recognise' the family resemblance(!) - although I obviously wouldn't recommend someone use them as a like for like substitute with a 'traditional Rider-Waite' Tarot book/text - and I think these cards are not only a lovely addition to an experienced Tarotist's collection but are also ideal for use by beginners to Tarot working with guide books that emphasise more of a 'say what you see/feel' approach, rather than a 'this card means XYZ' learn-by-rote approach (perhaps 'Heart of Tarot - An intuitive approach', one of my all-time favourite Tarot teaching books!). A lovely deck, an excellent guidebook and great sized, quality cards. Recommended.
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