This is a unique perspective to tarot. The Crow's Magic, though in my opinion not as expressive as the Londa tarot, continues the artist's skill for each card to be its own work of art. I can envision the cards as door posters, some challenging any who step up to it. This deck is a bit more systematic in its expression, which is different from the previous, more expressive and intuitive Londa tarot. In this collection, Londa incorporates symbology, numerology, and pictology. Their incorporation is subtle, so unless the viewer understands the aspects in relation to the meaning of tarot, the true meaning of each card may be missed. I admit to experiencing this, so I suggest one look at the deeper meaning of each card before judging its surface value.