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  • Cards: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S.; Tcr Crds/P edition (15 Jun. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738733881
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738733883
  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 13.7 x 6.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 184,136 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Lunaea Weatherstone is a writer, priestess, teacher, artist, and tarot counsellor, as well as a founding mother and former editor of SageWoman magazine. Mickie Mueller is a Pagan spiritual artist, a Reiki Master, and a teacher in the Usui Shiki Royoho Tradition. Her artwork has appeared internationally on magazine covers, and she received the Best Fantasy Artist award at the 2006 ShowMeCon. She is also the illustrator of The Well Worn Path divination deck.

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rose Thorn on 5 Jun. 2014
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I love this deck and ummed and ahhed whether to give it 5 stars, The artwork definitely deserves 5 stars but, well there has to be a but sometimes. The cards are beautiful, printed right to the edge which I adore but sadly the stock is thin and I wonder how long it will last. There is no box to keep the cards in and after I had looked at them all and giggled at the kittens and smiled at the antics of the cats, I couldn't find anywhere to put the cards back in without them falling and slipping all over the inside of the over large box. A typical Llewellyn problem, a nice book but stupid packaging hence the 4 stars.

However, for anyone who has ever marvelled at cats or who has their own you will just simply adore this deck. Don't be put off buying it but I am sure it won't last long when giving readings, The thin card is already bending at the edges and it's only day two. I would much have preferred a good heavy card stock and no book. As I seem to be the first Amazon.co.uk reviewer and none of the Amazon.com reviews have mentioned this I wonder if the decks are different?
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By jennifer f on 12 July 2014
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Beautiful cards, I fell in love with these on the Amazon site, now I own them I just can't stop looking at them and handling them, they really do speak to me, yes I am a cat lover (but I love all animals), but I honestly don't think you would have to be to get the feel of these cards. Unlike the other reviewer (Rose) I don't find them too thin, though maybe I don't use my cards as much, the pictures are so lovely and I find the book a very interesting read, I do like the spreads included in it. I find the use of Lunaea's calling the suits Clans reminds me very much of the Erin Hunter Warrior Cat books (which I also love), I find the cards do seem to "speak" to me far more than the other 3 sets of cards I have. I bought a tarot pouch to put them in as the other reviewer said there was no box, however I found the white divider was a box so am using that within the pouch at the moment, though feel I will just use the pouch from the near future. A truly lovely set of cards, and anyone who was wary of the Tarot but was a cat lover might just find a reading from these helpful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inner Whispers on 3 Oct. 2014
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The Mystical Cats Tarot (Llewellyn, 2014), authored by Lunea Weatherstone and with beautiful artwork by Mickie Mueller, is the latest in a long line of cat-themed tarots. While I'll admit I'm a total cat-lover, I also think this is a good, readable deck. While perhaps not as true to the cat's perspective as the Cat's Eye Tarot (US Games, 2011), it has a lot of lovely features, useful symbolism and is very evocative.

Take the High Priestess; this elegant grey cat sits in an amethyst cave, outside of which a crescent moon glows in a starry sky. Amethyst is a crystal associated with intuition, and with the crown chakra. Hence also with wisdom and a spiritual connection to the Universe. Between that and the crescent moon, there's plenty of symbolism that speaks to the archetype.

The Court cards are another interesting and well thought out aspect of the deck. Recently, Steve of Tiferet Tarot bemoaned decks with no apparent age difference in the Courts. In the Mystical Cats Tarot these are indicated by having a Kitten/Page (definite squee factor!), a Tom/Knight, and then the Queens and Kings. As seen with this Fire Tom (the suits are given elemental titles in line with the most frequent traditional attributions, though Air is titled Sky), the Toms show nicely the dynamic nature of the Knights. Here, the Tom wends his way between a plethora of burning candles, all without setting his tail on fire. His focus is on one candle in particular, but who knows how long that will last...

The Aces all have this kind of paw print banner, with a colour and background appropriate to their suit element. This works quite well, I think, suggesting the possibility of making our mark in a given area or field.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sonia Veenstra on 11 Sept. 2014
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I`m in love with this deck. It`s absolutely gorgeous!!! A must have for all cat lovers :)
However, i must give it only 4 stars because the cards are very thin... It`s ok if you only want it for your collection, but if you really want to use the cards, the deck won`t last long...
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The artwork and companion book both warrant a 5 star rating. However, the packaging from Llewellyn is a let down. Once you have taken the cards out of the box, you have nowhere to store them safely without forking out for (yet another) tarot bag or wooden box.

Some of the Majors have been given alternative names:

The Fool - The Cat
The Magician - Cat Magic
The Hierophant - The Priest
The Wheel of Fortune - The Wheel
Justice - Consequences
The Hanged Man - The Floating Cat
Temperance - Grace
The Devil - Demon Cat
The Star - Stars
Judgement - Good Kitty

The Minors are divided up into 'clans':

Wands = Fire Clan
Cups = Sea Clan
Swords = Air Clan
Pentacles = Earth Clan

The Court Cards in this deck are absolutely stunning and so uniquely individual. Their personalities shine through in such a way that you can easily translate them to humans you know, which makes it easy to understand and interpret them.

I find this deck very easy to read with. It engages the imagination. For learners, the companion book gives you the cat's perspective on each card as well as upright and reversed meanings.

The card backs are reversible and I find the card stock sufficiently sturdy to handle during shuffling. Perhaps the person who commented about this earlier has yet to find a shuffling technique that doesn't scuff the cards?

I LOVE that the cards are borderless. See a full review with images on tarotize dot com

PS. My cats love this deck too. I try to make sure they don't sit on the cards though. It tends to get in the way of reading with them. Yep. A new favourite for humans and fur babies alike!
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