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Silver Witchcraft Tarot: The Ancient Wisdom of Tarot, 78 Full Colour Tarot Cards and Instruction Booklet Paperback – 30 Jun 2014


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  • Paperback: 16 pages
  • Publisher: Lo Scarabeo (30 Jun 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8865272961
  • ISBN-13: 978-8865272961
  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 3.3 x 14 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 225,237 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inner Whispers on 4 Oct 2014
Just as there is a seemingly bottomless market for cat tarots, so too the audience for pagan/Wiccan decks appears inexhaustible. And Barbara Moore has certainly capitalised on both these trends with her Tarot of Pagan Cats (Lo Scarabeo, 2010) and her two Book of Shadows decks (Lo Scarabeo, 2012, 2013).

Her latest creation, the Silver Witchcraft Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2014) is in many ways like an amalgam of the two Book of Shadows decks. It is at least as easy to read as the So Below deck, but with many of the more esoteric aspects and Wiccan timing elements found in the As Above deck. As such, it is both innovative and traditional, easy to read straight out of the box, yet offering much extra information for those interested in the Wiccan path.

In terms of the cards themselves, they definitely break the Lo Scarabeo mould! They are borderless, with titles just in English. The artwork, too, mixes innovation and tradition. All the Majors are easily recognisable, with only one (the High Priest/Hierophant) having been renamed. Each Major features a cube as a plinth, though they vary from vine-covered to ethereal white, and many share a background, also. For example, the Hermit features the same background as all the cards from Strength to Temperance. This bearded old man with a lantern fits well with traditional archetypes, while adding an interesting element with his caduceus wand.

The Courts all show berobed figures, in suit/element appropriate robes: red for Wands, blue for Chalices, yellow for Swords, and green for Pentacles. There is nice variety in what they are doing, and the elements around them. I really like this Page of Swords, for example, with a book floating above one hand, an athame in the other, and a sylph by her side.
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Silver Witchcraft Tarot is a great name for a deck. For me, it starts to tarnish rather quickly, though. (It turns out the deck is called Silver Witchcraft because it's got silver gilding. Presumably if they'd coloured the edges gold it would have been the Golden Witchcraft Tarot, or green the Green Witchcraft Tarot. Which actually might have been more interesting, and may have actually warmed the deck somewhat from its slightly frozen state.)

Even though the deck is borderless and doesn't have multi-lingual titles, it does shout LoScarabeo from head to toe. The artwork is by Franco Rivolli, who seems to be a very prolific craftsman because he has done quite a few tarots.

Pros:
Colourful art work. It reminds me of the Radiant Rider Waite.
Shiny silver edges.
Suits have the elemental attributions I am accustomed to - Wands Fire, Cups Water, Swords Air, Pentacles Earth.
There's at least a bit of action in the deck, things being blown about by the wind and so forth.
The seasons of the year are depicted in the illustrations, somewhat.
Traditional court cards are represented
Strong earth-centric energy.
Includes variety of ages, races and body types.
No sexualised images.
Most cards have at least a vague connection to traditional meanings.
Elementals are represented (though they may also be a con!)
The cards have a vibe.

Cons:
Images are slightly samey, consisting mostly of people in robes.
The figures are fairly stiff and static.
The pip cards do not have the correct number of pips. :(
Cardstock is thick and shiny. (Some people love that)
Some of the cards do not make sense without the book. But there are only a few cards like this.
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overprised the card is thin got nice silver around the edge I have over 40 decks of Tarot and orcle so I do know what Iam talking about but each to their own but iam not too fussed on these.......maybe as I work with them they may grow on me but as a instant atraction nouthing .
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Lovely set of cards , beautiful pictures
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