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  • Paperback: 196 pages
  • Publisher: U.S. Games; Tcr Crds/P edition (10 April 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1572813288
  • ISBN-13: 978-1572813281
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 11.4 x 17.1 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,136,823 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Travel to another world and time with CROW'S MAGICK TAROT DECK, a world where strange planets and empyrean worlds merge with wildlife, cyber and geometric spirits. Discover treasures and omens, meet sages and diviners, shamans and enchanters. The crow is king of this whimsical and spellbinding tarot deck.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Otherworldly and Magickal, but Empty 14 April 2007
By Richard and Jennifer Shadowfox - Published on Amazon.com
Created by Londa Marks, this deck has a very otherworldly, magickal feel. Digitally enhanced images of wildlife intermixed with different geometric shapes then sprinkled with Astrological symbols, and the truth be told, there is actually very little Tarot here. Many of the animals and objects are simply repeated in different colors, or viewed from different perspectives, for example the same snake appearing with altered color, size and angle, on The Devil, The Universe, Death and the Strength card.

It is very much a love it or leave it deck, and I fell into the former category upon initial sight. Howver, the vivid colors and foreboding, almost post apocalyptic look is possibly better suited for more experienced readers.

There isn't any cheerfulness or happiness depicted on The Sun, the Three of Cups, or the Four or Six of Wands, nor is there tragedy or catastrophe depicted on The Tower or the Nine or Ten of Swords. It has a nightmarish neutrality of no highs and no lows.

The cards contain virtually none of the traditional symbolism, and although each card contains two keywords, which in most cases only scratch the surface of the cards meaning, a good beginners deck this is not. In the Minor Arcana the number of the card is represented by the number of objects of that suit, with Coins replacing Pentacles. In the Major Arcana Strength is XI and Justice is VIII, trading places from the Rider/Waite/Smith.

The Crow's Magick Deck is a mesmerizing mixture of creature and space, color and object, and what I find appealing about this deck is inherent to me. Every individual must decide for themselves what is appealing to them, but what truly defines an individual is not what, but why, or why not? I have read that the Crow's Magick Deck is sometimes used as a meditation tool to induce psychic dreaming, so if you are drawn to this deck, perhaps a path to your own why has been placed before you.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
magical-so much to absorb and deeper than you first realize.. 24 Jan. 2006
By Robert Lloyd III - Published on Amazon.com
Truly magical and deeply evocative, this deck is very powerful and goes beyond traditional symbolism seen in most decks. This is far more than just a computer generated deck, it is a powerful tool to the subconscious and takes someone capable of seeing beyond the immediate to truly use it.
7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
a cold deck 19 Jan. 2007
By L. Edwards - Published on Amazon.com
While in purely technical terms this is a completely servicable deck in set up- I find the imagery contained therein cold and heartless. I am quite used to abstract art in my tarot cards- but the computer generated imagery followed by the very out-there connections made this a disappointing deck to me for anything but simply reading the minor and major arcana by their basic meanings.

There is also a poor choice in the major Arcana for 'The Hanged Man'. Evidently no one warned the artist of this deck that inverting a holy symbol, such as Christ upon his Cross from christian belief, is demeaning and defiling of it.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
heavy metal figures 30 April 2013
By Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
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The book does a good job describing its interpretation of each card. In case you forget, each card has two descriptive words below the name of the card. (Ex. 2 of Wands-Enterprising, Bold) They are regular size about 2 5/8" wide X 4 3/4" tall X 1" thick and shuffle easily. The designs on the cards are kinda heavy metal/fantasy/electrical symbols/Native American. I was hoping they'd be mostly crow oriented, but they're full of real and fantasy animals. The backs are mirror image birds so you could not tell if the cards are reversed. The book gives reversal meanings also. My crocheting friend made a solid black bag with a silver moon outlining a crow head for them, so they can stay.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Disappointed in Crowe's Tarot 12 Jan. 2009
By Linda Early Kearney - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been looking for a tarot deck with birds, ravens or crows in particular as Ravens are familars for me and I have had a family of them at my home for years.

In purchasing this deck the picture on the cover and the internet's assessment of "beautiful cards" made me choose this deck. The deck itself was commissioned by a person with "shaman" tendancies which would be good for anyone with native american blood or connections.

Upon arrival and looking and "feeling" the deck, it severely lacks "cohesiveness" with me. The cards are more abstract where the artist attempts to impress with visual images rather than real life bird images. The deck is for someone wanting "entertainment" at parties NOT a deck for someone who connects with the true spirit of the tarot.
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